KELVIN® Troubleshooting Trainers™ are ideal for middle school students and up. When working within the field of electronics, students should know how to troubleshoot, evaluate, and repair electronic circuitry. These trainers are inexpensive and easy to set-up because they require no wiring or soldering.
Using troubleshooting and problem-solving procedures, KELVIN® Troubleshooting Trainers™ show students how to find a problem on a PC board and then fix it. The trainers were developed to make teaching troubleshooting fast, easy, and effective - with actual electronic equipment, hardware, and pre-wired circuits.
According to the experiments, the teacher inserts a problem into the circuit using DIP switches. By following the circuits and measuring the components, students then isolate the trouble and fix it using problem-solving techniques and by resetting the DIP switches. System concept and student manuals developed by Lou Frenzel.
Includes all five of KELVIN® Troubleshooting Trainers™ in one complete set!?Trainers include AC, DC, Digital, Analog, Communications.
Each assembled trainer includes: Pre-Wired Printed Circuit Boards (8-1/2 x 11 in.); Three-Ring Storage Binder; Working Electronic Circuits with DIP Switches; Student Lab Manuals with experiments and tests; and a Teacher's Guide with detailed, documented faults.