2.- ÉLECTRONIQUE

Electronics is the branch of physics focused on the behavior of electrons. In engineering, electronics is the part that studies and develops electronic circuits so that the electrons circulating through them have the behavior required by the specifications of the application.

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Electronics has been one of the most developed disciplines throughout the 20th century, going from having a very limited application as power supplies to having a great impact on society. Some examples of key electronic applications to understand this great influence are the sensors and meters of all kinds of physical quantities such as pressure level, flow level and temperature measurement, the use of electronic amplifiers and filters, the development of integrated circuits, microprocessors and personal computers, the development of transistors of different technologies such as MOSFET, JFET, BJT, IGBT, etc.

Electronics applications are almost endless, and new contributions are improved and added each year. Depending on the application of the electronic circuits the following groups are differentiated: analog electronics and digital electronics depending on whether binary or analog signals are used, power electronics depending on whether high electric currents and electric voltages are used, electronic instrumentation depending on whether they are used to make electronic measurements of physical quantities, etc.

The future of electronics focuses on the miniaturization of electronic components, increasing their efficiency and speed. In this work, the discovery of revolutionary new materials, such as graphene or silicene, is of key importance.

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2.1.- ALIMENTATIONS ÉLECTRIQUES, ÉQUIPEMENTS DE MESURE ET ACCESSOIRES

The electronic laboratory equipment is the set of instruments required to carry out the experimentation in a practical session of electronics. The characteristics of the equipment will depend on the theoretical level of the laboratory to be equipped, whether it is a technical high school, a...
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2.2.- KIT POUR L'ASSEMBLAGE DE CIRCUITS

The electronic development phase of a device is a group of stages carried out to obtain a product that meets the required specifications.The most characteristic stages of any electronic device development are: defining the equipment specifications, designing the different electronic circuits that...
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2.3.- THÉORIE - PRATIQUES FONDAMENTALES

The electronics fundamentals are the set of knowledge aimed at providing the student with a solid base to analyze and understand the general operation of the most common electronic circuits, and the individual function of the electronic components that compose them.Acquiring a good theoretical...
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2.4.- ÉLECTRONIQUE INDUSTRIELLE

Automotive electronics is the branch of electronic engineering focused exclusively on the development of electrical and electronic systems specially designed to be installed in the car. All the systems developed in automotive electronics are adapted to withstand the harsh operation conditions in...
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2.5.- ELECTRONIQUE AUTOMOBILE

Automotive electronics is the branch of electronic engineering focused exclusively on the development of electrical and electronic systems specially designed to be installed in the car. All the systems developed in automotive electronics are adapted to withstand the harsh operation conditions in...
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RESISTANCE TRANSDUCERS - M41
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2.3.5.- INSTRUMENTATION ET CONTRÔLE
M41

Transducteurs de Résistance

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This module enables to carry out different practices related with variable resistance transducers. The module has five different types of transducers: PTC, NTC, LDR, strain gauge and RTD.On the chassis there are a lamp, a heater and the sensors....
APPLICATIONS OF LIGHT - M44
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14.2.1.5.- INSTRUMENTATION ET CONTRÔLE
M44

Applications de Lumière

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This module enables to carry out different practices related with the light intensity measurement. The module has five different types of light sensors: photodiode, phototransistor, photovoltaic cell, light dependent resistor and infrared...