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Exploring Sensors

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Description

Sensors play an increasingly important role in today's advanced world. The Exploring Sensors module allows students to explore the different uses of mechanical and electronic sensors from a security applications viewpoint.

Students are introduced to the variety and characteristics of sensors. They build a variety of circuits using magnetic sensors, vibration/shock sensors, pulsed infrared sensors, and motion sensors. Students also build alarm circuits using sensors, an electromechanical relay, and a buzzer.

Sensors in this module include an infrared photoelectric beam sensor, an infrared motion detector, a mechanical switch, a vibration detector, and magnetic proximity sensors.

Features & Benefits

  • Cost-effective
  • Accommodates two students
  • Includes comprehensive curriculum with lab procedures
  • Safe tabletop system
  • Components are identified
  • Perfect for Tech-Design programs

Topic Coverage

  • Introduction to the Trainer
  • Control Panels
  • Plunger Switches
  • Magnetic Proximity Sensors
  • Shock/Vibration Sensors
  • Electronic Active Sensors
  • Electronic Passive Sensors
  • Wiring Installation Techniques
  • Automobile Alarm Systems
  • Designing an Alarm System

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