Transducer & Instrumentation Trainers D1750

Transducer & Instrumentation Trainers D1750

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The Transducer & Instrumentation Trainer providing a comprehensive modular training resource covering the Principles of Transducer and Instrumentation technology.

The system comprises a rugged, self-contained portable hardware experiments modules that features a PCB mounted in a steel case. All electrical power supplies are housed in the case.

The experiments module features system layout screen-printed PCB circuits. A comprehensive series of transducer input and an output device together with signal conditioning and instrumentation circuit is provided.

The transducer and signal conditioning elements of this trainer are typical of those used throughout industry. These elements include:

• Transducer input devices
• Transducer output devices.
• Instrumentation circuitry.

Input devices: For the detection of rotary and linear position, light, pressure, strain, humidity and audible and ultrasonic sound.

Output devices: For the generation of heat, light, rotary and linear actions, audible and ultrasonic sound and visual indication of voltage.

Instrumentation circuitry: For the investigation of Wheatstone Bridges and current measurement techniques, linear and non-linear signal amplification, DC restoration of AC signals, signal transmission techniques.

The comprehensive competency-based curriculum manual provided with the trainer covers the following topic areas:

• An introduction to sensors & transducers systems.
• Input transducers - an evaluation of the various devices provided.
• Output transducers - practical investigation of the various devices provided.
• Display devices - practical investigation of the devices provided, applications in practical systems, evaluation of input requirements.
• Signal conditioning circuitry - in depth investigation/analysis of the numerous signal conditioning circuits provided, including properties of amplifiers, buffers and inverters, input/output requirements of the circuits provided, proper use of comparators, oscillators and filters and matching instrumentation circuits to the input and output transducers.
• Practical control systems - design and implementation of speed control systems, positional control systems, temperature control systems and light level control systems

The trainer is supplied with a detailed curriculum manual that provides background theory, practical activities and student assessment questions.

A student workbook is also provided, allowing students to create a personalised record of their work together with practical results as they work through the curriculum materials. Finally, an instructor's guide is provided offering solutions to all of the questions and practical activities contained in the curriculum manual and student workbook.
The bench-mounted trainer features the following devices and circuits:

• Position sensors:
Include various types of Potentiometers: Carbon track, , wire wound, slide Precision servo potentiometer etc.,
• Temperature / Heat Sensors:
Include Type 'K' Thermocouple, NTC thermistor, Platinum RTD, IC temp Sensor.
• Light Sensors:
Include Photoconductive Cell, Photovoltaic Cell, P.I.N. Photodiode & Phototransistor.
• Displacement Sensors:
Include Linear Variable Displacement Transformer (LVDT) and Linear Variable Capacitor (LVC).
• Speed / Counting Sensors :
Includes DC motor with Tachogenerator, Slotted Opto-Sensors, Reflective Opto-Sensors, Inductive sensor and Hall effect sensor.
• Strain Gauge Sensor
Include Strain Gauge.
• Environmental Sensors:
Include Air Pressure sensor, Air Flow Sensor and Humidity Sensor.
• Sound Sensors:
Include Ultrasonic Receiver and Dynamic Microphone

• Heater
• Filament Lamp
• DC Motor
• Solenoid Air Valve
• Ultrasonic transmitter
• Buzzer
• Loudspeaker
• Relay
• Solenoid
• Digital Counter with LED display
• Bargraph voltage indicator
• Galvanometer (-35µA~0V~+35µA)
• 3 ½ Digits Digital Multimeter

Provide conditioning circuits having interface between the input sensors and output devices.
• Buffers
• Inverters
• Comparator with switchable hysteresis
• Amplifiers with gain and offset control
• Current amplifier
• Summing amplifier
• Differential amplifier
• Instrumentation amplifiers
• AC amplifier
• Oscillator 40kHz
• Filter 40kHz
• Low-pass filter with switchable time constant
• Precision full-wave rectifier
• Sample and hold circuit
• Integrator with switchable time-constant
• Differentiator with switchable time constant
• V/F Voltage to Frequency converters
• F/V Frequency to Voltage converters
• V/I Voltage to Current converters
• I/V Current to Voltage converters
• Alarm oscillator with switchable latching
• Power amplifier
• Electronic switch

• DC Power Supplies Module
Fixed Output: +5V/1A, -5V/0.5A, +12V/0.5A, -12V/0.5A
Variable Output: +0V ~ +23V/0.5A, -0V ~ -23V/0.5A

• AC Power Supplies Module

• Data Switches Module
5 units slide switches and corresponding output terminals. When switch is set at "down" position, the output is LO level; contrarily, it is to be HI level when setting at "up" position.

• Function Generator Modules
Sine, Triangle and Square waveform output Frequency range: 1Hz to 1MHz in 6 decades With fine adjust, Amplitude and DC offset control
o TTL Mode: 1Hz to 1MHz in 6 decades
o Six frequency ranges:

  •  1Hz to 10Hz
  •  10Hz to 100Hz
  •  100Hz to 1KHz
  •  1KHz to 10KHz
  •  10KHz to 100KHz
  •  100KHz to 500KHz

o Sine wave output: 0 to 12Vpp variable
o Triangle wave output: 0 to 8Vpp variable
o Square wave output: 0 to 22Vpp variable

Includes the following items:
• 2mm Stackable Test Lead Set
• Carbon Core Module
• Black Box Module
• Galvanometer (-35µA~0v~+35µA)
• 3 ½ Digits Digital Multimeter
• Syringe Tube & 6mm Tubing
• Pressure Gauge
• Instruction Manual.
• Experiments Manual.
• Power Cord

The unit operates on 240 VAC, 50Hz. Each unit is supplied with complete set of manuals. The manuals provide comprehensive hands on course of study that guides the user through the technology of transducers and instrumentation.


Note: Specification, Layout, Design Etc. May Change Without Prior Notice For Products Continuous Development Process.


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