Item No.: 93710

mobileLab Digital Case

Description

With the DIGITAL case you can teach the basics of digital technology in descriptive experiments. Starting with the basics of logical connections, the basic elements of digital technology can be understood in an easy to understand way. Based on the basic elements, combinations as well as the function of more complex circuits are then constructed and examined.

The revised version of the DIGITAL case offers an improved logic analyzer with backlighting, with which all signals of the digital circuits can be made visible. This enables the learner to analyse and understand the functions of the digital circuits even in fast processes.

Thanks to the exchangeable test circuit boards, the system can be updated easily and cost-effectively in the event of further developments in semiconductor technology. In addition, the universal circuit boards can be used to carry out further experiments with your own semiconductor components.

Details

The revised version of the DIGITAL case offers an improved logic analyzer with backlight and a future-proof and expandable quick-change system for the test circuit boards.

Thanks to the exchangeable test circuit boards, the system can be updated easily and cost-effectively in the event of further developments in semiconductor technology. In addition, the universal PCBs can be used to carry out further experiments with your own semiconductor components. In addition to the basic equipment of the cases, further supplementary sets with new test circuit boards and test instructions will be available in the future.

Learning Objectives

With the DIGITAL case, the learner should be able to understand and analyse the basic elements and circuits of digital technology.

The learning objectives from the field of basic principles of digital technology in overview:

  • To understand functional equations of the basic elements of digital technology
  • To get to know circuit symbols of the basic elements
  • To get to know function charts of the basic elements
  • To create and understand function charts of combinations from the basic elements
  • To create and understand wiring diagrams on the basis of function charts
  • To understand and apply function tables and digital circuits
  • To understand and create signal time schedules

Basic elements and circuits of digital technology:

  • To get to know and analyse inverters and buffers
  • To analyse and understand an AND element
  • To analyse and understand an OR element

Setup, connection, measurement and analysis of combinations of basic elements:

  • To connect and examine AND with inverter
  • To connect and examine OR with inverter
  • To examine and understand NAND
  • To examine and understand NOR
  • To set up, analyse and understand flipflop

Topics of the extension digital technology 2:

  • Schmitt Trigger
  • Monostable Multivibrator
  • Time delay circuit
  • J-K flip-flop
  • Shift register
  • Ring register
  • 7-segment display
  • Counter with 7-segment display
  • 8-bit analog-to-digital converter
  • Differential Bus Transceiver
Scope of Delivery
  • Battery operated training case for digital technology
  • 4-channel logic analyzer
  • Overload-proof fixed voltage source
  • 5 experimental circuit boards
  • 1 universal experimental circuit board with quick-change sockets
  • All necessary connecting lines
  • Separate plug-in power supply unit for charging and operating the case without charging cabinet
Technical Data
  • Battery operation
  • Integrated 4-channel logic analyzer with switchable time deflection 4ms/DIV and 1s/DIV and backlight
  • Overload-proof fixed voltage source:
  • 5V DC, current limitation 200mA
  • Plug-in power supply unit:
  • Input: 230 V/ 50 Hz,
  • Output: 12 V AC, 18 VA
  • Dimensions: W=410 mm, H=110 mm, D=335 mm
  • Weight: 3,9 kg
Suitable for

mobileLab® is suitable for use in both in-company training and in school lessons. Due to its occupation-neutral orientation, the system is ideal for vocational schools or training centres, as a large number of expensive occupation-specific specialist room equipment can be saved. Through learning objects or the context, it is also possible to impart in-depth specialist knowledge.

Occupations that require basic electrical engineering training:

Profession Learning field Profession Learning field
Electronics technician 1, 3, 5, 6 and 7  Body and vehicle construction mechanic 3 and 4
Electronics technician for automation technology 1, 3, 5, 7 and 8 Motor vehicle service mechanic 3 and 4
Electronics technician for industrial engineering 1, 3, 5 and 6 Motor vehicle mechatronic technician 3 and 4
Electronics technician for building and infrastructure systems 1, 3 and 5 Mechanic for car body maintenance technology 3 and 4
Electronics technician for devices and systems 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7 Mechanic for agricultural and construction machinery 3 and 4
Electronics technician for aeronautical systems 1, 2 and 3 Mechanic for tyres and vulcanisation technology 3 and 4
Electronics technician for machines and drive technology 1, 3 and 5 Metal worker 4
Information electronics technician 1 Roller shutter and sun protection mechatronic technician 4
System electronics technician  1, 2 and 3 Watchmaker 4 and 8
Systems computer scientist 1 and 3 Toolmaker 3 and 4
Plant mechanic 3 and 4 Cutting machine operator 4
Plant mechanic for sanitary, heating and air conditioning technology 3 and 4 Bike mechanic 3 and 4
Railwayman/-woman in operational service 4 Occupational field chemistry, physics and biology (basic vocational training year)
Specialist for event technology 1, 3 and 5 Occupational field of electrical engineering (basic vocational training year) 1, 2 and 3
Bicycle mechanic 3 and 4 Occupational field automotive engineering (basic vocational training year) 3 and 4
Precision mechanic 8 Occupational field metal technology (basic vocational training year)  
Industrial mechanic 4