ACS-1000, covered with many technical disciplines, explicates the central significance of Analog Control System. This applies particularly in mechanical and electrical engineering, and as well in production and process technology. It is indispensable to plant and system technology.
16 Valve 4 Cylinders FIAT Engine with Multi-point Electronic Injection + Gearbox 5 Forward Speeds + Reverse (On Stand with Wheels) – Electrical The engine operates electrically at 220 volts and runs at a reduced speed to let the student easily understand and observe the operation of the various mechanical parts.
This cutaway model is carefully sectioned for training purposes, professionally painted with different colours to better differentiate the various parts, cross-sections, lubricating circuits, fuel system, cooling system etc.
The most traditional training model of a 4-stroke diesel engine sectioned for training purposes.
The most rational training model of a 4-stroke petrol engine. During the combustion phase a bulb lights up to simulate the mixture ignition.The engine is operated manually through a crank handle.
The educational diesel Common Rail engine cutaway model is a great tool for students of technical studies for practical training and allows to learn the structure of the engine and its components, manual gearbox, operation modes and maintenance, technical specifications, special tools and their use.
CIC-310 CPLD/FPGA Development System is self-contained system, which contains stabilized DC power supplies, Development Board , and Experiment Board. CIC-310 also provides digital system designers for hardware verification which enables students to learn digital system design efficiently.
CIC-560 training system is designed based on the latest digital technology in conjunction with EDA experimental teaching material. This training system consists of FPGA chip with higher logic elements and large number of pins. Therefore, students are able to develop, implement and verify design of basic or advanced digital circuit, digital signal...