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The learning model is based on developing activities with real vehicle components, available in a didactic medium to ease the student’s learning process, so that:
The student uses this equipment to develop the following skills:
1. Analysis of the operating principle for xenon headlights.
2. Interpretation of diagrams.
3. Circuit analysis.
4. Identifying and locating components.
5. Checking and analysing components.
6. Handling and interpreting technical documentation.
7. Handling instrumentation for checking and diagnosis.
8. Diagnosis and repair of faults.
There is a system designed by Alecop, integrated into the control panel, which makes it possible to measure the signals of all the components within the lighting system, the analysis, diagnosis and repair of faults including:
Ref.: 9EQXENON6C – 230 V
Ref.: 9EQXENON3C – 115 V
The equipment incorporates a system of bi-xenon headlights assembled with their electrical installation, sensors, actuators and vehicle controls.
To illuminate the full headlights, use the xenon lamp accompanied by a halogen lamp and for dipped headlights only use the xenon lamp as its luminosity is limited by means of a diaphragm in order not dazzle other drivers.
Automatic checking for the height of the lights is used to maintain the lights well adjusted when the bodywork ilts. This adjustment is done using an electrical motor which is controlled by the UCE, based on the bodywork position information, which is transmitted by the front and rear sensors.
The trainer is equipped with all the components and accessories which are necessary for correct operation in conditions which are similar to that of a vehicle.
The equipment has the possibility of introducing dysfunctions or faults in its operation by means of a programmingrepair system. There are two options:
This incorporates the total description of the equipment containing the features,usage standards, installation and set up, maintenance, safety measures, wiring diagrams, list of fault generation and their symptoms, etc.
Manual of practical activities
This is a manual which proposes the different types of practical which can be done with the trainer with the correct answer or solution for the activities to make the teacher’s job easier. Individual identification of components, identification of systems, checking sensors and actuators, checking signals, reproduction and identification of fault symptoms, looking for and locating faults, diagnosis code reading, proposal to resolve defects, virtual repairs, etc
Reles, fusibles, conectores RS-232C y
Software SIRVAUT integrado en el equipo.