The plug-in Lab is a state of the art training solution system for multidisciplinary technologies.
Its architecture is composed of a base unit to which various learning modules can be connected.
Each module incorporates certain disciplinary feature or functionality to be experimented by students, such as electronic or digital circuits.
The base unit provides the modules with power supply and measuring capability.
The Base unit has much functionality incorporated within it for signal generation and analysis, such as digital function generator, oscilloscope, multi-meter, and digital analyzer.
The base unit has a built-in data acquisition system so it can be connected to a PC via USB for transfer of measurements, control of base unit functionalities, or for experiencing an interactive learning through dedicated software.
• Protected against electromagnetic disturbance and noise
• Safe and reliable operation
• Compatible with a comprehensive array of learning modules
• A locking mechanism insures fixation of learning modules to base unit
• Includes a comprehensive collection of sockets for external connection
• Built-in DC power supply
• Built-in AC power supply
• Built-in digital function generator
• Built-in modulation/audio generator
• Built-in clock signal generator
• Built-in 4-channel oscilloscope
• Built-in digital analyzer
• Built-in multi-meter
• Set of LEDs for status indication
• Carefully structured courses according to field of study where each module integrates real hardware components relevant to a certain field of study.
• Rigid construction made of plastic with circuit diagrams printed on top of each module.
• Different resistance values according to learning module.
• Broad range of 2mm sockets on top of each module for internal and external connection with base unit.
• Simple and user friendly interface.
• Carefully structured learning materials.
• Rich materials and lessons.
• Providing interactive learning experience by data or measurements presentation and simulation and control of processes or experiments.
Range of Experiments
• Electric circuits modules:
• Verifying Ohm's law
• Verifying Kirchhoff's current law
• Verifying Kirchhoff's voltage law
• Studying RLC series and parallel resonance
• Studying Wheatstone bridge
• Verifying Thevenin theorem
• Verifying Norton theorem
• Verifying maximum power transfer theorem
• Verifying superposition theorems
• Verifying reciprocity theorems
• Input: 1-phase, 220 VAC, 50 Hz
• Voltage: AC / DC / AD + DC 2/20 V
• Current: AC/DC 0.2/2 A
• Resistance: 2/20/200 KΩ, 2 MΩ
Digital function generator:
• Generated signal types: Sinusoidal, square wave, triangular, DC
• Frequency: 1 Hz – 10 KHz
• Max. voltage: +- 10 V
• Max. current: 250 mA
• Signal types: Sinusoidal, square wave, triangular
• Frequency: 1 Hz – 10 KHz
Digital 4-channel oscilloscope:
• 4 different inputs
• Sampling rate: 2 M samples per channel
• Resolution: 12 bit per channel
• Memory depth: 2 K samples per channel
• 9 digital inputs, TTL-compatible
• Sampling frequency: 200 Hz - 2 MHz
• Triggering on any combination of input statuses
• Memory depth: 2048 words with 9 bits
Clock signal generator:
• Frequency: 1Hz – 1 MHz (adjustable)
• Fan out: 10 TTL load
Scope of Delivery
• Plug-in lab base unit
• CD containing interface software
• Cables and connections
• Storage cabinet for modules
• User manual