AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING CIRCUIT Description and Specifications for Lab Tenders
This trainer should be designed to
teach students principles of lighting circuits used in modern vehicles through
comprehensive practical activities. The activities include interior light
circuits, brake (stop) circuit, reverse (backup) circuit, Hi/Lo beam circuit,
hazard warning circuit, turn signal circuit, park and tail circuit, relay
circuit, vanity light circuit.
AUTOMOTIVE LIGHTING CIRCUIT, AUTOMOTIVE LAB.
The unit should contains a circuit board with electrical and lights components, system diagrams, power supply, electrical test leads, and student experiment manual presented in hard copy and pdf format. PCB’s should be made from fiberglass, coated with epoxy to prevent corrosion and suitable for harsh environments. Labeled components with powder coated base.
The experiment exercises start with relevant theory of vehicle lighting components and circuits and proceed to practical activities using the circuit board and multi-meter for measurement and troubleshooting. Manual provided, must clearly show the following educational Objectives are met.
· Investigating a simple vanity light circuit using multi-meter.
· Troubleshoot a faulty vanity light circuit with a multi-meter.
· Build an interior light circuit operated by a door contact and add a manual override.
· Troubleshoot a faulty brake (stop) light circuit with a multi-meter.
· Investigating a reversing (backup) light circuit with a multi-meter.
· Troubleshooting a faulty Lo/Hi beam circuit.
· Investigating flasher and it's circuit.
· Build a hazard warning circuit.
· Troubleshooting a faulty hazard warning circuit with a multi-meter.
· Troubleshooting a faulty turn signal circuit.
· Troubleshooting a faulty park and tail circuit.
· Build a relay-operated headlamp circuit.
· Build a complete vehicle lighting system.
· Experiment manual.
· Power cord.
Include Additional Items:
· Computer Aided Instruction software and be compatible with Class Room Management System. The CAI contains theory, presentation, and workshop job-sheet and student activities with assessment questions.
· Digital Multimeter