AV-EC Automotive Fundamental Electronic Circuits Unit

AUTOMOTIVE FUNDAMENTAL ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS UNIT - AV-EC

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The Automotive Fundamental Electronic Circuits Unit, "AV-EC", provides a practical solution to the introduction of electronics in the automotive field with a group of common circuits used in the automobiles today.

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The Automotive Fundamental Electronic Circuits Unit, "AV-EC", provides a practical solution to the introduction of electronics in the automotive field with a group of common circuits used in the automobiles today.

The circuits included in the "AV-EC" are focused on different functions, such as power supply and speed control of a DC motor, light intensity control of lamps, a DC power supply of a car, pulse generator circuit, spark generator circuit with contact breaker, spark generator with transistorized circuit with induction sensor of Hall sensor and spark generator system semicontrolled and fully controlled by electronic means.

The "AV-EC" unit is mounted on a metallic plate that can be used alone or assembled on the EDIBON workbenches.

All circuits included in the unit are isolated to understand the function of the circuits separately. Each circuit has different test points accessible through 2 mm standard lab sockets.

The "AV-EC" circuits include a series of faults that can be inserted to different components of each circuit to allow the students to detect and understand common failures of the electronic components.

The "AV-EC" unit is provided with a different set of practical exercises, through which the student will understand how the fundamental electronic circuits used in the automotive field works.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

DC motor circuits:

  1. Switching the DC motor power supply.
  2. Adjusting the DC voltage to control the motor speed.
  3. Analysis of a DC motor power supply fault.

Lamp circuits:

  1. Lamp resistance.
  2. Light intensity variation.

DC power supply:

  1. Circuit with a car key-switch to supply 12V DC to the circuit.

Electronic ignition circuits:

  1. Study of the 555 timer integrated circuit as astable multivibrator.
  2. Analysis of a 555 timer fault.
  3. Spark generator system controlled by contact.
  4. Analysis of a faulty spark generator system controlled by contact.
  5. Spark generator system controlled by transistorized circuit and induction sensor.
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