A reduced function version of Basic Circuits Challenge. Each lesson has fully worked out example circuits. FREE!
The Basic Circuits Challenge App is a set of fifteen interactive lessons that let students learn by “doing”. Each lesson has fully worked out example circuits. Same as Electricity Challenge.
Add interest to your electricity and electronics classes! Students can learn more easily using interesting interactive computer based lessons.
Teach or learn AC electronics the easy way! Learn by doing. This application helps you teach or learn both circuit analysis and troubleshooting.
Binary, octal and hex number systems and math are covered. Exercises on gates, truth tables, Boolean Algebra and flip-flops are also included.
Diodes and transistor basic theory and testing are covered. Exercises are available for transistor amplifier analysis and troubleshooting.
Analyze and design common Op Amp circuits including inverting, noninverting and difference amplifiers. The program includes several troubleshooting activities.
Troubleshoot several linear power supply circuits using an on screen oscilloscope or digital voltmeter. Some very challenging activities are included.
Learn to test and troubleshoot several circuit types using a digital ohmmeter.Several activities are very challenging even for the experienced technician.
Learn to analyze circuit faults and troubleshoot using a digital voltmeter. The activities are challenging as one must think carefully to find the faults.
This program consists of learning activities for the solution to numerical trig problems. Covers angular measurement, Pythagorean Theorem, Law of Sines, Law of Cosines and basic trig functions.
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