Automotive electronics – ADA 301
Teaching Experimental Applications ( )View Specification ( docx)
- Using component and electronic circuit measuring devices and interpreting the data obtained with the voltammeter and the oscilloscope.
- Testing electronic components with and without voltage.
- Analysing general electronic circuits and linking these with automotive components.
- Mounting basic electronic circuits.
- Diagnosing and repairing simple failures in automotive electronics systems.
- It shall include the electronic units required for studying the following circuits:
- Supply circuit
- Spark generation by contact breaker circuit
- Multivibrator or square signal generator circuit
- Transistorized spark generation circuit
- Spark generation by capacitator discharge circuit
- DC motor supply circuit
- DC motor speed variation circuit
- Lamp brightness variation circuit analysis
- Test points for taking measurements on the different circuits.
- Accessibility to all the electronic components for analysing them, with or without voltage.
- Possibility of generating malfunctions in different components of the device, enabling analysis of circuit functioning with failures.
- Possibility of making electronic assemblies on a protoboard complementing the device.
- Consumption: 25W.
- DIMENSIONS: 446x270x100 (mm)
Contents to be studied:
- Study and control of the functioning of different electronic components: Diode, transistor, zener diode, thyristor.
- Basic study of the different ignition systems used in vehicles.
- Current polarity reversal circuit in the transistorized ignition circuit.
- Current amplifier circuit.
- Integrated circuit: multivibrator.
- Rectifier circuit.
- Time-varying signal generation.
- High voltage generation from low voltage.
- Capacitor discharge circuit on coil primary.
- Voltage variation applied to a device (motor, valve lamp).
- Equipment panel
- User manual
- Practical activities manual
- Accessory store
- 12V direct current (DC) motor
- 12V/6W lamp
- Electronic components for mounting complementary circuits