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Analogue & Digital Electronics

Analogue and Digital Electronics

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ANALOGUE ELECTRONICS - BASIC ......................................................................................................2 ELE 102010 Lab Card 1 Resistors ...........................................................................................................4 ELE 102020 Lab Card 2 Capacitors .........................................................................................................4 ELE 102030 Lab Card 3 Diodes ...............................................................................................................4 ELE 102040 Lab Card 4 Voltage regulator...............................................................................................4 ELE 102050 Lab Card 5 Transistors ......................................................................................................5 ELE 102000 Base Unit 2000 ...................................................................................................................5 ELE 102002 Storage Rack 1 row .............................................................................................................5 MV 1955 Rheostat .....................................................................................................................................5 ANALOGUE ELECTRONICS - ADVANCED .............................................................................................6 ELE 102401 AE1 Power Amplifier ............................................................................................................8 ELE 102402 AE2 Connection Board .........................................................................................................8 ELE 102403 AE3 Differential Amplifier ......................................................................................................8 ELE 102404 AE4 Pre Amplifier .................................................................................................................8 ELE 102405 AE5 Power Amplifier Output Stage .......................................................................................8 ELE 102406 AE6 IR Receiver ...................................................................................................................9 ELE 102407 AE7 IR Transmitter ...............................................................................................................9 ELE 102408 AE8 Wien Oscillator .............................................................................................................9 ELE 102000 Base Unit 2000 ...................................................................................................................9 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS - BASIC .........................................................................................................10 ELE 102060 Lab Card 6, House Alarm ...................................................................................................12 ELE 102065 Component Set DG1 ..........................................................................................................13 ELE 100090 Digital Connection Board S24 ............................................................................................13 XELE 102010 EK10A Digital Connection Board .....................................................................................13 XELE 102110 EK10B Digital Connection Board for EK10A ....................................................................13 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS - ADVANCED..................................................................................................14 ELE 102071 DB1 RAM-ALU ..................................................................................................................15 ELE 102072 DB2 Serial Data Receiver ...................................................................................................15 ELE 102073 DB3 Serial Data Transmitter ...............................................................................................15 ELE 102075 DB5 Component Set ...........................................................................................................15 OPTO ELECTRONICS ............................................................................................................................16 ELE 102501 OE1 Receiver Card ............................................................................................................16 ELE 102502 OE2 Transmitter Card ........................................................................................................16 MICROPROCESSOR TECHNIQUES .....................................................................................................17 ELE 102100 Micro Controller MC68 ........................................................................................................17 ELE 102140 ML4 Lab Card Enclosed .....................................................................................................17 PRG 101400 Programme Software ETERM 6 ........................................................................................17

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ANALOGUE ELECTRONICS - BASIC

The course in Basic Analogue Electronics is an excellent introduction to electronics. The Laboratory Package consists of the Base Unit and five laboratory cards. The Base Unit serves as a card holder and as a power supply with fuses for the laboratory cards. The Laboratory Package covers the basics in electronics, with special emphasis on the system method. Laboratory card 4 is the most intricate and contains a power supply with which the student can learn the difference between component functions and to practice trouble shooting (fault finding), in order to get a better understanding of the system. The educational package in Basic Analogue Electronics includes a Laboratory Exercise Book. Every effort has been put into the layout and teaching methods. The course objectives are: To understand the function of the components, identify them and connect them in simple circuits. To complete fault finding and to be able to use the measurement exercises using Lab Card 5. To complete a construction set which, after completing successive stages results in a DC voltage unit. TOPICS COVERED Basic Electronics covers the following topics using the Lab Cards 1-5 as indicated in brackets: · Identifying and measuring resistors (1) and capacitors (2) · The diode (3) · Full and half wave rectification (4) · Filtering (4) · Voltage stabilisation (4) · The light emitting diode, LED (4) · Transistor currents and voltages (5) · Current amplification with transistors (4) · The transistor as a regulating component (4) · Current limitation (4) · Fault detection (5)

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Order Details Equipment ELE 102000 ELE 102010 ELE 102020 ELE 102030 ELE 102040 ELE 102050 Base Unit 2000 Lab-card 1 Resistors Lab-card 2 Capacitors Lab-card 3 Diodes Lab-card 4 Voltage regulator Lab-card 5 Transistors

Extract from the Laboratory Exercise Book

MV1955 Rheostat ELE 102002 Storage Rack (1 Row) STO 170000 Lab-flex Set Technical Literature Electronic Basic Course BOK 112010 Laboratory Exercise Book Contents: Identification & measurement of resistors Identification & measurement of capacitors The diode Half wave rectifiers Filtering Full wave rectifiers Voltage stablising with a Zener diode Light emitting diode (LED) Transistor, current and voltage amplification Current amplification with transistor Transistor as a regulater component Current limiters Function test Fault finding

9.4 Connections and instruments for measuring the transistor voltage. Note: Points A and B also C and D must be shorted together with jumpers.

The contents of the teaching aids are clear and concise with many diagrams and illustrations.

It can be seen that the base current IB is much smaller than the collector current IC. The current has been amplified. This is known as the transistors current amplification factor. · How is the transistors current amplification factor written? · Write the formula for calculating the current amplification factor. (c.a.f.) · Calculate the c.a.f. at the resp. currents according to table 9.1. Enter the results in the table. Check the c.a.f. for transistor BC547B from a component catalogue to see how it looks.

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ELE 102010 Lab Card 1 Resistor

On Lab-card 1 there are 16 different hole mounted resistors, 2 potentiometers and 2 surface mounted (SMD) resistors. With this card, measurement of components can be made, also recognition of values from the resistor code. General Data: Dimension: 220 x 40 x 10 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102020 Lab Card 2 Capacitors

On Lab card 2 there are 20 different hole mounted capacitors, 1 trimmng capacitor and 4 surface mounted (SMD) capacitors. With this card measurement of components can be made, recognition of diffferent types of capacitor. General Data: Dimension: 220 x140 x 20 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102030 Lab Card 3 Diodes

Lab card 3 is used for measurement and documentation of the characteristics of diodes. A variable resistor 100 ohm is required to complete the exercises. General Data: Dimension: 180 x140 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102040 Lab Card 4 Voltage Regulator

This is a stabilised DC voltage unit having different possibilities for connection.Measurement exercises include full and halve wave rectifiers, zener diodes, light emitting diodes (LED´s), transistors and electronic current limiters. There is also possibilty to train in fault finding. General Data: Variable output voltage approx. 7-12V DC. 250 mA. Dimension: 240 x 140 x 30 mm Weight: 0.2 kg Terco reserves the right to make changes in the design and modifications or improvements of the products at any time without incurring any obligations.

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ELE 102050 Lab Card 5 Transistors

This card is used for measurement of the transistors current, voltage, power development, and function control. General Data: Dimension: 180 x 140 x 25 mm Weight: 0.2 kg

ELE 102000 Base Unit 2000

The Base Unit is used throughout the SYSTEM 2000. The unit supplies different output voltages suitable for the different lab cards used in the system. The base unit is accepted by CE standards. General Data: Supply voltage: 220 - 240V AC 50 - 60 Hz Dimension: 390 x 260 x 115 mm Weight: 3.6 kg

ELE 102002 Storage Rack 1 row

Storage rack for safe storage of the lab cards. It is constructed of hard plastic and very durable. General Data: Dimension: 355 x 180 x 180 mm Weight: 1.4 kg

MV 1955 Rheostat

The rheostat is enclosed in a robust metal case. The back, bottom and top of the case are perforated to provide optimum cooling. 2 glass fuses protect the resistor against excessive current and incorrect connection. A scale having 100 divisions indicates the resistance setting. General Data: Power Resistance Max Current Dimension: Weight:

100W 100 Ohms 1A 140 x 130 x 145 mm 1 kg

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ANALOGUE ELECTRONICS - ADVANCED

In this section, advanced analogue electronic circuits are studied. This includes how analogue signals can be amplified and controlled, how oscillating circuits and signal transfers are handled. To complete the measurement exercises there are 8 lab-cards where AE1, which when inserted in the Base Unit 2000, is the main card into which the other cards are connected. TOPICS COVERED Advanced Electronics covers the following topics using the Lab Cards as indicated in brackets: · The transistor as a voltage amplifier (1,2) · CE the step with serial compensation (1,2) · dB - the conception (1,2) · The amplifier - amplitude and board width (1,2) · LP - and HP filter (1,2) · CE the step I/O resistance (1,2) · CB the step (1,2) and CC the step (1,2) · RC coupled amplifier (1,2) · JFET - and MOSFET transistors (1,2) · Differential steps (1,3) · Constant current generator (1,2,3) · Differential steps with emitter loads (1,3) · Operational amplifier (1,2) · OP as a non-inverted amplifier (1,2) · OP as voltage tracker (1,2) · OP as differential amplifier (1,3) · OP as a comparator (1,2) · Active filter (1,2) · OP as a mixer (1,2) · The amplifier - the volume control (1,4) · The tone control (1,2) · Trouble shooting (1,4) · Power amplifier (1,5) · Working point adjustment (1,5) · Integrated power amplifier (1,4) · Oscillator with Vienna bridge (1,4) · Serial- and parallel resonant circuits (1,2) · Selective amplifiers (1,8) · VCO and PLL (1,6)

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Order Details Equipment ELE 102000 ELE 102401 ELE 102402 ELE 102403 ELE 102404 ELE 102405 ELE 102406 ELE 102407 ELE 102408 Base Unit 2000 AE1 Power Amplifier, VU-Meter etc AE2 Connection Board with Comp.set AE3 Differential Amp. Current Reflection AE4 Pre-Amp.(variable 3-channel input) AE5 Power Amp.(end stage connection) AE6 IR Receiver with Decoder (PLL) AE7 IR Transmitter (FM) AE8 RC-Oscillator, Tuned Amplifier

Technical Literature Analogue Electronics Advanced BOK 112093 Laboratory Exercise Book Contents: Transistor as a voltage amplifier Common emitter with series compensation The dB conception Amplifier frequency range, band width Low pass and high pass filters Common emitter stage in- and output resistance Common base Common collector RC Amplifiers JFET and MOSFET Differential stage Constant voltage generator and current mirror Differential stage with emitter load Operational amplifier Operational amplifier and non-inverting amplifier Operational amplifier as voltage follower Operational amplifier as comparater-comparison follower Operational amplifier as differential amplifier Active filters Operational amplifier as a mixer (adder) Amplifier - volume control Tone control Fault finding Power amplifier Working point setting Measurement and fault finding Integrated power amplifiers Oscillator with RC-bridge Series and parallel circuits Selective amplifiers VCO and PLL

The contents of the teaching aids are clear and concise with many diagrams and illustrations Abstract from Laboratory Exercise Book Extend the circuit by connecting an electrolytic capacitor CE 10 µF in parallel with RE , see diagram 2.7

2.7 By-pass common emitter stage.

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ELE 102401 AE1 Power Amplifier

Lab card AE1 is the main card for analogue circuits. To this card AE2-AE8 are connected depending on which exercise is to be carried out. The card is inserted into the Base Unit. AE1 contains a complementary power stage that can be used for different measurements concerning LF signals. There is also a sinus generator having variable frequency and amplitude, fault switches, a display in the form of LED´s, variable 0-12 V DC and a separate potentiometer of 1 kohm to be used for different measuring exercises. General data: Dimension: 300 x 140 x 55 mm Weight: 0.3 kg

ELE 102402 AE2 Connection Board

AE2 consists of a connection plinth to which the different components can be connected. e.g. resistors, capacitors, diodes and transistors. These components are included with AE2. General data: Dimension: 175 x 70 x 25 mm Weight: 0.2 kg

ELE 102403 AE3 Differential Amplifier

AE3 is a PC board on which many exercises can be completed. On this board are current generator, transistor connections, also a circuit which is used as a light meter. A differential amplifier giving current reflection. General data: Dimension: 210 x 70 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102404 AE4 Pre-amplifier

The mixer and pre-amplifier are on AE 4. This PC board is used to study LF amplifiers. The mixer has 3 channels with inputs from three different signal sources. Faults can be introduced in this PC board to practice fault finding. General data: Dimension: 210 x 70 x 35 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102405 AE5 Power Amplifier

On PC board AE5 it is possible to study the different connections of a LF end stage, and a power stage for sound amplification. Integrated power end stage with associated components. AE5 has also fault finding facilities. General data: Dimension: 210 x 70 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

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ELE 102406 AE6 IR Receiver

The receiver PC board for IR, infra-red light. AE 6 is used together with PC board AE 7, transmitter PC board for IR transfer of sound. On AE 6 there are more amplifier stages and a voltage controlled oscillator, known as a VCO. Included on AE 6 is also a PLL, phase locked loop. Together they form a circuit for sending and receiving sound signals. General data: Dimension: 210 x 70 x 20 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102407 AE7 IR Transmitter

An IR transmitter with FM waveband.PC board for sending sound signals with an infra-red diode. This board is used together with AE6. On this board there is a VCO which creates a carrier wave on which the sound signals are transferred via frequency modulation, FM. General data: Dimension: 165 x 70 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102408 AE8 RC Oscillator

This oscillator is a tuning amplifier.AE 8 contains an oscillator in the form of a RC bridge the function of which will be studied. There is also a selective amplifier which is used in the radio receiver etc. General data: Dimension: 165 x 70 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102000 Base Unit 2000

The Base Unit is used throughout the SYSTEM 2000. The unit supplies different output voltages suitable for the different lab cards used in the system. The base unit is accepted by CE standards. General Data: Supply voltage: 220 - 240V AC 50 - 60 Hz Dimension: 390 x 260 x 115 mm Weight: 3.6 kg

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DIGITAL ELECTRONICS - BASIC

Digital Electronics - Basic deals with the basic logical elements, number system,combination circuits and switches. The practical exercises are carried out on the connection board and on a completed printed circuit board connected as a house alarm. Fault finding is also possible with the house alarm.

TOPICS COVERED Digital Electronics-Basic covers the following topics using S24 and Lab Card (6) as indicated in brackets: · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · · The transistor as a switch (S24) The AND, OR, NOT, NAND, and NOR gates (S24) Logic families (S24), different types of outputs (S24) NAND synthesis (S24) Combinatory circuits (S24) + (6) XOR AND XNOR (S24) The comparator (6) Decoder (S24) BCD Decoder (S24) and BCD to 7 segment decoder (6) The demultiplexer (S24) Encoder (S24) The multiplexer (S24) The Schmitt trigger (S24) Astable multivibrator (6) and monostable multivibrator (S24) The 555 (S24) + (6) Bistable multivibrator (S24) + (6) D-multivibrator (S24) + (6) JK and T-multivibrator (S24) Registers (S24) + (6) Counters (S24) + (6) Fault detection (6)

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Order Details Equipment ELE 102000 ELE 102060 ELE 102065 ELE 100090 ELE 102002

Extract from the Laboratory Exercise Book Base Unit 2000 Lab Card 6 House Alarm Component set DG1 S24 Digital Connection Board Storage Rack for Lab Cards 1-row. Alternative to S24 (ELE100090): EK10A Digital PCB for connection to Base Unit 2000 EK 10B Digital Connection Plinth for EK10A 8.27 In the diagram below G1 is used as a data input where G2A=G2B=L. How should A,B and C be set if the data at G1 shall be sent out on the lead connected toY5?

XELE 102010 XELE 102110

Technical Literature Digital Techniques Basic BOK 112030 Laboratory Exercise Book Contents: Transistor as switch AND-gate OR-gate NOT-gate NAND-gate NOR-gate Logic families Different types of outputs NAND-synthesis Combination circuits XOR and XNOR Comparator Decoder BCD-decode BCD to 7-digit decoder Demultiplexer Encoder Fault finding protocol Multiplexer Schmitt-trigger Unstable switch Mono stable switch 555 Bi-stable switch 0-switch JK-switch, T-switch Register Counter Fault finding

If the Base Unit is used, the lab-card shall be inserted

into the contact plinth where it will receive the correct voltage supply. · On the lab-card, measurements will be made on an alarm system constructed from digital circuits. First an easy alarm function and then additional functions as each circuit has been understood. · Start by inserting the circuit 74HCT08 in the socket marked IC2 on lab card 6. If another card is already there, remove it temporarily. · Remove the jumpers between sockets 1 and 2 at J3, with IC1 and IC2 as shown in 9.15. All connections are made on the card. As can be seen in the diagram 9.15, an extra function has been added, LED that will indicate when the alarm is active. The LED has a self blinking action built into the circuit. 9.15 Four alarm inputs and one input for On and Off, of the alarm.

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ELE 102060 Lab Card 6 House Alarm

Contains all the functions of a house alarm. The functions of an alarm system are learned step by step so making fault finding more easy to understand. Altogether 8 faults can be simulated. The alarm connections are built around normal digital components, e.g. logic gates, comparators, shift registers, counters, different types of switches and decoders. The lab card is connected to the Base Unit 2000. General data: Dimension: Weight: 140 x 240 x 20 mm 0.2 kg

ELE 102065 Component Set DG1

The component set is delivered in a hard plastic box with ESD protection General data: Digital IC Diodes Transistors Trim potentiometers Resistors Capacitors Dimension: Weight: 25 2 2 2 13 4 120 x 80 x 20 mm 0.1 kg

ELE 100090 S24 Digital Connection Board

Connection board S24 consists of a connecting plinth, a voltage supply unit and number of help functions for signal generating and evaluation of signal status., General data: · 8 output sockets for +5 V, 8 outputs for 0 V. · Pulse generator with 7 fixed frequencies 0.1 Hz - 100 Hz, 5V pulse amplitude, · 8 LED´s. Displays 2 with hexa decimal decoding. Number height 12mm.Trim potentiometers · 8 bounce free change-over switches +5 V / 0 V · Connection board IC circuits are mounted i holders on top of the board and can be easily exchanged. Supply voltage: 220 - 240 V 50 - 60 Hz Dimension: Weight: 240 x 260 x 90 mm 2.0 kg

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Alternative It is possible to use XELE 102010 EK 10A and XELE 102110 EK 10B with Base Unit 2000 instead of S24 (ELE 100090).

XELE 102010 EK 10A Digital PCB

EK10A is a printed circuit board with similar functions as the S24 above. The lab card is connected to the Base Unit 2000 and is ordered separately. General data: Dimension: Weight: 240 x 140 x 25 mm 0.3 kg

XELE 102110 EK10B Digital Plinth for EK10A

This breadboard is easily connected to EK10A by means of 2 contact plugs. The board is suitable for projects where the student connects up circuits on EK10B and then connects this unit to EK10A for testing. This is a very flexible and economical method of study. General data: Connection leads 4mm sockets: 4 Connection lead BNC contact: 1 Voltage outputs (+5V, +12V, and -12V) Dimension: 220 x 100 x 30 mm Weight: 0.3 kg

EK10B Digital Plinth mounted on EK10A

ELE 102000 Base Unit 2000

The Base Unit is used throughout the SYSTEM 2000. The unit supplies different output voltages suitable for the different lab cards used in the system. The base unit is accepted by CE standards. General Data: Supply voltage: 220 - 240 V AC 50 - 60 Hz Dimension: 390 x 260 x 115 mm Weight: 3.6 kg

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DIGITAL ELECTRONICS - ADVANCED

This is a suitable introduction to learning about the micro- processor. The experiment package consists of three Lab Cards and a Component Set. The aims of the Digital Electronics-Advanced course, are to give increased and deeper knowledge in digital techniques. Many components which are included in the micro processor based system, will ne studied. e.g. different types of memory, ALU and UART. As most of the digital circuits transfer signals via a bus-system, measurement exercises shall be completed mostly on three laboraty cards DB1, DB2 and DB3. On card DB1 there is an ALU, Arithmetic Logic Unit, and a RAM, Random Access Memory. These two integrated circuits are usually the bases in a microprocessor system which is controlled with the help of instructions from programme software. In these measuring exercises, circuits are programmed manually using a logic switch. In this way it is easy to understand how circuits are programmed. Using DB2, the function of a D/A - converter is studied. DB2 also has a memory card called a flash memory. Unlike the RAM-memory, the flash memory must be programmed using special instructions to store data. There is also a UART circuit for transferring seriel data between Lab Cards DB2 and DB3. DB3 has also a UART circuit that can be connected to the UART on DB2 so that data can be transferred between the two cards. An A/D switch is included in the measurement system for temperature and light. Technical Literature Digital Electronics Advanced BOK 112037 Laboratory Exercise Book Contents: Gates Counter ALU UART Document register Flash-memory RAM-memory D/A-Converter Light and temp.inputs A/D-Converter Fault finding Connecting up to a system TOPICS COVERED CMOS(DB1) SRAM(DB1) ALU(DB1) UART receiver(DB2) Serial transmission(DB2) Baud rate generator(DB2) Pulse generator(DB2) FLASH EPROM (DB2) Temp. gauge (DB3) Light gauge(DB3) UART transmitter AND gate (S24,DB5) NAND gate(S24,DB5) OR gate(S24,DB5) NOR gate(S24,DB5) XOR gate(S24,BD5) XNOR gate (S24,DB5) NOT gate(S24,DB5) Schmitt-trigger(S24,DB5) Decade counters(S24,DB5)

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ELE 102071 DB1 RAM-ALU

Consists of a RAM memory for temporary storing of data. There is also an ALU circuit that can complete logic and mathematical operations. Indication of status on the address and data display is by means of LED´s. General data: Dimension: 280 x 140 x 42 mm Weight: 0.3 kg

ELE 102072 DB2 Serial Data Receiver

Consists of a UART circuit for receiving serial data, baude rate generator, flash memory, D/A converter, pulse generator and counter circuits.Indication of status on the address and data display is by means of LED´s. General data: Dimension: 280 x 140 x 42 mm Weight: 0.3 kg

ELE 102073 DB3 Serial Data Transmitter

This lab-card contains a sensor for light and temperature, an A/D converter, Baude rate generator and a UART circuit for transmitting serial data.Indication of status on the address and data display is by means of LED´s. General data: Dimension: 180 x 140 x 30 mm Weight: 0.2 kg

ELE 102075 DB5 Component Set

The set consists of 15 digital integrated circuits of type LS and HCT, resistor, trim potentiometer and capacitor. The components are delivered in a storage box having ESD protection. General data: Dimension: 120 x 80 x 20 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

Order Details Equipment ELE 102000 Base Unit 2000 ELE 102071 DB1 RAM-ALU ELE 102072 DB2 Data Receiver, Serial ELE 102073 DB3 Serial Data Transmitter incl. holder

ELE 102075 DB5 Component Set ELE 100090 S24 Digital Connection Board Alternative to S24 (ELE100090): EK10A Digital PCB for connection to Base Unit 2000 XELE102110 EK10B Connection Plinth for EK10A XELE102010

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OPTO-ELECTRONICS

The Opto Electronics package consists of a transmitter and receiver Laboration Cards, OE1 and OE2. This package provides a basic knowledge of the workings of opto components and their use in modern electronic circuits. The laboratory system also teaches the student about opto component symbols function in circuit diagrams. It also gives knowledge and skill in construction techniques, measuring techniques and trouble shooting in opto electronic systems.The Lab Cards have to be slotted into the Base Unit ELE 102000 (see page 13). The courseware for opto electronics includes a Laboratory Exercise Book.

ELE 102501 OE1 Receiver Card

Receiver Card OE1 consists of a receiver for infrared light, signals via optical fibre and analogue signals. OE1 has a LCD -display,driver circuits,counter circuits, Schmitt trigger, unstable multivibrator, transistors and voltage stabilisers. The card is also equipped with fault switches for fault finding training. General data: Dimension: 140 x 260 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

ELE 102502 OE2 Transmitter Card

OE2 is used for sending infra-red light, signals via optical fibre and analogue signals. In addition to different transmitters, OE2 consists of optic switches, LCD´s, opto interupter, LDR resistor and photo transistor. General data: Dimension: 140 x 255 x 30 mm Weight: 0.1 kg

Contents: Opto Laboratory Exercises Flashing-LCD 2-Coloured-LCD RGB-LCD BCD to 7 segment decoder Transmitter (IR Light) Receiver (IR Light) Counter (IR Light) Fault finding Optical reading of line codes Measurement of the opto-switch rise and fall time Transfer of analogue signals with IR light Transmitter (Analogue signals) Receiver (Analogue signals) TOPICS COVERED Order Details Equipment ELE 102000 ELE 102501 ELE 102502 ELE 102002 Base Unit 2000 OE1-Receiver Card OE2-Transmitter Card Storage Rack for Lab Cards 1-row. · · · · · · · Light emitting diode Flashing 2-Coloured light diode RGB Diode Liquid crystal display Binary coded decimal Photo-resistor · · · · · · · Photo-diode Transmission infrared light Photo-transistor Opto switch Read sensor Fibre optic transmission Analogue transmission with IR light

Technical Literature BOK 112112 Opto Laboratory Exercise Book

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MICROPROCESSOR TECHNIQUES

The Microprocessor packet is constructed from a 32 bits computer based on micro-controller MC68340 which includes a PROM programming function. The system is modular which means that it is possible to combine it with different simulators and Lab Cards. Order Details Equipment ELE 102000 ELE 102100 ELE 102140 PRG 101400 Base Unit 2000 MC68 Computer for Base Unit 2000 ML4 Experiment Package enclosed Program software ETERM6 (1-licence)

Technical Literature Microprocessor BOK 112102 Laboratory Exercise Book

ELE 102140 ML4 Lab Card Unit

ML4 is a lab-card unit designed for the first exercises in Computer Technique. The unit contains 10 different sections which can be easily connected together via a 10 pole flat cable. Every section illustrates some form of an external unit, e.g. digital input, DIP-switch, AD-converter, digital output. 7-digit display, D/A converter, A/D converter, stepper motor, photo electric cell and timer.

PRG 101400 Program Software ETERM 6

Laboratory Exercise Book Contents: Developement system PC/ETERM 7-Digit indicator Programming with delays Logical operations Conditional program flow Sub routines Reading the A/D converter Regulation of the stepper motor Using the D/A converter Counter Program software for MC68. ETERM is a serial program software for Windows. ETERM gives an integrerated developement environment where the different stages are completed with ease. It includes text editing (many files can be edited at the same time), assembler, terminal simulator for serial-communication with target computer, simulator for target system and an I/O-Simulator which is used for illustrating the functions of the ML 4 Lab Card unit.

ELE 102100 Micro-Controller MC68

MC68 is a 32 bits micro controller constructed from MC 68340 with CPU32-core. MC68 is to be mounted on Base Unit 2000. Many different units can be attached to MC68 making this unit one of the most effective one card micro controllers in technical education. General data: Dimension: 180 x 140 x 40 mm Weight: 0.3 kg · · · · Conditioned program flow Sub-routines Reading of A/D transducers Regulating the stepper motor · · · · Using the D/A transducer The counter Pulse Width Modulation Assembler programming

TOPICS COVERED · · · · Developing the PC/ETERM system The 7 segment display Delay programming Logical operation

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