Full Vehicle Electrical System Troubleshooting Trainer
(AT-095_)
  • 1. Ignition switch fault.
  • 2. Central lock module fault.
  • 3. Right front door lock actuator fault.
  • 4. Right front window motor fault.
  • 5. Front windows fault.
  • 6. Hazard switch fault.
  • 7. Cassette fault.
  • 8. Speakers fault.
  • 9. Lighter fault.
  • 10. Interior lamp fault.
  • 11. Starter fault.
  • 12. Wipers motor fault.
  • 13. Water sensor fault.
  • 14. AC fan fault.
  • 15. Blower fan fault.
  • 16. Crank sensor fault
  • 17. Cam sensor fault.
  • 18. Right front light fault.
  • 19. Right rear high light fault. Right front high light fault.
  • 20. Right rear high light fault.
  • Full Vehicle Electrical System Troubleshooting Trainer (AT - 095)
  • Hard copy user manual

The educational unit represents the whole electric circuitry and components of a real vehicle. The unit is designed in a manner that helps observing all the electric components, how they are all connected together by a main bus and how they are controlled by one controlling unit. The unit is supplied with a touch – screen PC with an interactive software to simulate the most common faults related to the car electrical system.

  • A complete vehicle electrical system is mounted on a robust frame which can be easily relocated.
  • The unit includes all the electric components of a typical vehicle including the front lights, back lights, spark plugs, injectors, window motors, vehicle central locking system, cooling fans, speakers, radio, vehicle dash board, interior lights, horn, controlling unit ( ECU ), sensors, hazard switch, windows motors, fuel pump, windows switches, acceleration pedal, steering wheel etc.
  • The unit it completely functional with all components mounted neatly on the frame and arranged according to their position in the car, front to the back.
  • The unit is designed in manner that allows the trainee to observe all the electric circuitry and components connected clearly on the frame in order to understand the vehicle›s electrical system.
  • Large control panel that includes operation switches, faults simulation switches and a port for connecting external fault diagnosis equipment.
  • Unit allows connecting an external multi-meter between dedicated terminals at each fault switch and a common earth terminal.
  • Unit capable of simulating up to 20 electric faults.
  • The touch screen computer is equipped with an interactive software capable of simulating different faults.
  • The software includes practical exercises of different levels for the student to practice starting with an elementary guided level.
  • The software allows the instructor to set tests for the trainee, where the instructor chooses the number of faults and the level of the test and whether the score depends on the completion time or not.
  • During the test the trainee can monitor the system, use logical analysis or a multi-meter in testing components to detect malfunctions, and through the software request virtual replacement of doubtful components.
  • At the end of the test the score is calculated based on the number and cost of the components requested for replacement, and on the number and cost of components presumed faulty, and a typical technician’s fare for completing the job, taking into consideration the time spent based on the instructor request.
  • The software can also submit a complete report about the trainee based on attendance, progress during trainings, and test scores.
  • The unit is fixed on four caster wheels to eases its motion inside the laboratory, these caster wheels are equipped with brakes to prevent the trainer from sliding during the operation, and a drawer cabinet is added for storing purposes.
  • The unit is treated against rust and electrostatically painted.