The basic set of automotive sensors enables the setup of practice-oriented examples of experiments for:
- The simple DC circuit
- Ohm’s law
- Nonlinear resistance
- Capacitor in the DC circuit
- Use of inductors in the DC circuit
- The semiconductor diode, and
- The semiconductor LED
as the fundamentals of sensor circuits.
Additionally, typical vehicle sensors are studied with the “Sensors 1” set.
The included equipment enables experiments in the following topics:
- Bipolar transistor
- Hall sensor ABS
- Hall sensor distributor element
- Inductive transmitter, and
- Line protection with fuses.
The “Sensors 2” set offers additional sensors.
- The pressure sensor
- The position pick-up
- The throttle valve potentiometer, as well as
- The sunlight sensor for automatic air conditioning.
A discrete-level sensor can be connected via the oxygen sensor adapter box and
studied using the flame from a Bunsen burner.
Further digital sensors are offered in the set “Automotive sensors 3” such as:
- digital MAP sensor
- gear neutral position sensor
- voltage encoded switch
- digitl AMR wheel sensor