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Automotive Electrics Trainer

Brand: THEPRA
Product Code: 12020110
Availability: On Order
Level
2
Level
3
E
Learning
-+

Good reasons

The system comprises all required components; it is compact, can be used at once, and permits free wiring. The focus ofthe pedagogically valuable course documents is on car diagnosis.Diagnosis of electrical systems is essential at the car service workshop. The basis of diagnosis is the competence of recognising the electrical basic principles applied in the diverse, networked vehicle systems, how they interact in a partial system and how to verify this in measurements.

In the end these initially seemingly chaotic partial and overall systems can be reduced to complete circuits where the basic principles apply.

It can be assumed that the trainees targeted here are not dealing with electrical engineering for the first time. Still, the first tasks may commence with basic circuits already known to confirm what was taught before.When using vehicle lamps in the basic circuits and collecting experience with non-linear behaviour, the learners make their first step into the professional world .

The unique course comprises comprehensive documentation and extensive worksheets for teachers and students. Thesolutions book contains additional further explanations and solution charts.

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Dimensions:
width 266mm
lenght 297mm
height approx. 80mm
weight: approx. 1 kg

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Largest Possible Car Relation

  • Plus supply for each circuit set-up secured (5 A). Plus supply can be switched on and off according to ignition switch in the car.
  • Plus- and minus-side "corrosion resistance" can be switched on to simulate noticeable voltage drops (corroded contacts).
  • Indirect power measurement (voltage drop as current measurement method) is practised. Avoids danger of destruction of measuring device.
  • Tasks with reference to real order processing (OBD-reference and diagnosis levels).
  • Voltage distribution in the circuits as diagnosis criterion, as practised in onboard and off-board diagnosis.
  • Multimeter and oscilloscope as measuring devices
  • Suitable for car, industrial, agricultural and construction machinery training

Lesson Design Individual / Variable

  • Clear setting of tasks with prepared measuring protocols
  • Task processing and assessment frontal, in groups or separately (component diversity)
  • Repetition and improvement of specialist competence
  • Detailed and comprehensive calculations and assessments
  • Transfer of general connections into concrete diagnosis situations
  • Pre-determined error logs for assessment and diagnosis
  • Detailed sample solutions and special notes in the teacher leaflet

Thermal Protection

  • High-performance components and direct current switches.
  • Transistors and thyristors additionally secured against excessive voltages and overcurrent at wrong connection.

Circuit Construction Diversity

  • Circuit construction by highly flexible lab lines and/or alligator connection lines.
  • Fixed wiring possible because every component access is equipped with a crew terminal in addition to two lab sockets. Suitable connection lines are solid wire and/or flexible lines with wireend sleeves.

Educational objectives

  • Even in task 1, they will improve their measuring and calculation knowledge of the principles of electrical circuits with genuine vehicle lamps.
  • They will learn about the laws of the different circuit types and apply them in vehicle lamp circuits.
  • In the third section, they will recognise how the overall voltage is divided in an intact and a defective circuit.
  • They learn about indications for error points in the measuring log of a defective current branch.
  • In a vehicle-related relay control, they learn about the interaction of the components.
  • In an intact and a defective relay control, they can see how voltage measurement alone is sufficient
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