​EXPERIMENTS


This system enables the student to perform several experiments and covers the following topics:


  • Refrigeration circuit components
  • Temperature and pressure characteristics
  • Cooling circuit gas pressure control
  • Condenser fan control
  • Electronic temperature regulation
  • Air distribution control with vacuum valves
  • Air distribution control with stepper motors
  • Fan speed control with electronic switching regulation
  • Climate control automatic and manual operation in relation to external, mixed and internal temperature analysis
  • Various operating conditions and their effect on climate control
  • Automatic operation of the system in relation to external, and internal temperature as well as analysis of manual operation and automatic regulation of internal temperature​ and speed of electric fan
  • Checking the operating conditions: cold start, air recirculation, the direction of air in relation to the position of the air distribution control
  • Connecting and disconnecting conditions of the electric fan, condenser and the simulated compressor
  • Choosing of air recirculation, unfogging​ function and economic cycle
  • Troubleshooting and maintenance


​An experiment manual for the student and  instructor manual accompany the system.

​​AT-3005
Car Air-Conditioning & Climate Control Simulator


The AT-3005 Automotive Car Air-conditioning and Climate Control Simulator is designed
to provide students with automotive training program introducing various systems and
real components in modern cars.

The simulator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the system’s
actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals, diagnosis
and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

 EXPERIMENTS


This system enables the student to perform several experiments and covers the following topics:


  • Engine sensors: temperature, pressure, knock, flow, position, speed and oxygen
  • Air control system and Idle air control
  • Fuel delivery system and Injection​ system
  • Ignition system and spark plugs
  • Exhaust gas oxygen and temperature sensors
  • Solenoid operation, find and​ repair open circuit in Exhaust Gas Recirculation valve sensor, short in EGR solenoid valve and partially​ shorted solenoid in  the Early Fuel​ Evaporation valve
  • Fault troubleshooting of various sensors, transducers, solenoids and​ valves.
  • Troubleshooting and repair of different operational modes, such as​ leakage in the starting system etc.


An experiment manual for the student and instructor manual accompany the system.

AT-3004
Engine Controls & Sensors Simulator


The AT-3004 Automotive Engine Controls & Sensors Simulator is designed to provide
students with automotive training program introducing various systems and real
components in modern cars.

The simulator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the system’s
actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals, diagnosis
and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

​​AT-3003
ABS 4 Channel System Demonstrator


The AT-3003 Automotive ABS 4 Channel System Training Demonstrator is designed
to provide students with automotive training program introducing the various related
systems and real components in modern cars.

The demonstrator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the
system’s actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals,
diagnosis and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

EXPERIMENTS


​​This system enables the student to perform several experiments and covers the following topics:​


  • Centralized injection system
  • Electronic ignition system type E-DIS
  • Sparks producing and sparks not producing ignition
  • Secondary circuit waveforms
  • Triggering pulse
  • Current restriction in primary circuit and ignition angle
  • Ignition timing
  • Engine revolution (speed) and ignition timing
  • Engine load and ignition timing
  • Engine temperature and ignition timing
  • Knock control
  • RPM measurements
  • MAP sensor
  • Sensors and valves system
  • OBDII diagnosis connector
  • CAN-BUS communication


An experiment manual for the student and instructor manual accompany the system.​​

AT-3002
Electronic Ignition Demonstrator


The AT-3002 Automotive Electronic Ignition Training Demonstrator is designed to
provide students with automotive training program introducing various systems and real
components in modern cars.

The demonstrator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the
system’s actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals,
diagnosis and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

EXPERIMENTS 

This system enables the student to perform several
experiments and covers the following topics:


  • Fuel delivery
  • Fuel pump safety circuits
  • Intake air mass measurement
  • Air density and temperature
  • TPS (Throttle Position Sensor)
  • Electromagnetic injectors
  • Injection duration and system operation
  • Injection pulses analysis
  • Injection duration at idle operation
  • Injection duration with load
  • Circuit cut-out during fuel overflow
  • Idle air control
  • O2 sensor
  • Troubleshooting


An experiment manual for the student and instructor
manual accompany the system.

AT-3001
Multipoint Injection Demonstrator


The AT-3001 Automotive Multipoint Injection Training Demonstrator is designed to
provide students with automotive training program introducing various systems and real
components in modern cars.

The demonstrator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the
system’s actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals,
diagnosis and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

Vehicles on the rood today are complex integrating state of the art electronics and computers to increase safety, performance and fuel economy.


Degem Systems Autotronics product line combines theory courses with hands-on practical demonstrations and simulations. This enables students to acquire knowledge using a wide variety of interactive training software and written courseware tools. The series of Autotronics courses provides the ideal learning program for training automotive technicians to better understand the basic principles that are important to properly diagnose malfunctions in today’s sophisticated vehicles.


  • Learn the fundamental principles
  • Familiarization with automotive components
  • Understanding the operating principles of each automotive system
  • Hands-on practice with various automotive systems
  • Troubleshooting exercises for various automotive systems
  • Troubleshooting exercises with faults inserted in a real vehicle


Degem’s Autotronics training systems cover the following fields:


  • Fundamentals of electricity and electronics
  • Demonstrations applying real vehicle components
  • Simulators for troubleshooting and diagnostics
  • The real engine workstation applying hands-on diagnosis
  • The real vehicle workstation applying hands-on diagnosis
  • E-learning automotive on-line courses


Our e-learning courses include interactive basic and advanced theory as well as simulated labs and exercises. Virtual simulations are teaching to measure important system parameters and troubleshoot the systems. Fault insertion exercises on specially converted actual vehicles provide an authentic repair shop environment.

​​AT-3006
Suspension Simulator


The AT-3006 Automotive Suspension Simulator is designed to provide students with
automotive training program introducing various systems and real components in
modern cars.

The simulator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the system’s
actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals, diagnosis
and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

EXPERIMENTS


​​This system enables the student to perform several experiments and covers the following topics:​


  • Brake main system
  • Components
  • Basic construction
  • Electronic brake control
  • Inductive RPM sensors
  • Wheel speed calculation
  • Vehicle acceleration
  • Vehicle braking process
  • Wheel lock
  • Hydraulic Modulator
  • ABS basic principles and operation
  • Controls and measurements
  • ABS electrical circuits
  • ABS control cycles
  • Faults diagnosis and repair
  • Operation in various drive conditions


An experiment manual for the student and instructor manual accompany the system.​​

 THEORY LESSONS COVERT    

      

  • ​Electronic stability control systems
  • Wheel speed sensor
  • Yaw (vehicle rotation) rate sensor
  • Steering wheel angle optical sensor 
  • Brake oil pressure sensor 
  • Brake pedal switch 
  • Throttle position sensor
  • ESP control module for the hydraulic unit

 MAIN PANEL  


  • Digital control module
  • Houses five 300 x 365 mm plug-in simulator modules
  • USB2 communications interface to PC
  • USB to VGA converter
  • USB hub for 5 plug-in modules, digital control module and
  • LCD display
  • Overall dimensions: 1240 x 864 x 100 mm
  • Power supply for 100-250 VAC, 50-60Hz.
  • Power on-off switch
  • Power consumption 150 VA maximum

MINIMUM COMPUTER CONFIGURATION      

 

  • Intel Pentium Dual Core 2.0 GHz:
  • 2048 MB RAM
  • 40 X CD
  • USB-2 port
  • SVGA graphics board
  • Color monitor 
  • Keyboard and mouse
  • Operating System: Windows XP or Windows 7/32
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or 7

​​​AT-3009
Automotive Electrical Accessories


The AT-3009 Automotive Electrical Accessories Simulator is designed to provide
students with automotive training program introducing various systems and real
components in modern cars.

The simulator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the system’s
actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals, diagnosis
and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

​​​AT- 5102
Emission Control


Advanced Autotronics Simulator


Degem’s AT-5102 Emission Control course consists of a module and computer
courseware. The module, which plugs into any free compartment in the AT-5000 main
panel, contains multicolor graphic of the entire EMISSION CONTROL system, several
test points and LED indicators.

The interactive courseware contains essential theory enhanced with vivid simulations,
guided exercises that interact with the EMC module, guided diagnostic exercises and
self assessment exercises

All of these provide the ideal learning environment to provide valuable true-to-life
diagnostic exercises to train competant autotronics technicians. 

​​EXPERIMENTS


This system enables the student to perform several experiments and covers the following topics:


  • Main head lights.
  • Parking lights, rear lights.
  • Turn signaling lights, Reversing lights, stop lights, hazard lights.
  • Interior lighting system.
  • Electric horns.
  • Wipers and washer system.
  • Airbag electronic control unit.
  • Shock sensors.
  • Safety belt tightening.
  • Inertial security switch for fuel cutoff.
  • Fuel leakage security valve.
  • Sensors and indicators: fuel level, reverse gear, oil pressure, coolant temperature, brake fluid level and​ warning light.


​An experiment manual for the student and instructor manual accompany the system.

 THEORY LESSONS COVERT      

    

  • ​Nickel metal battery characteristics: terminal voltage,​ ampere-hour capacity
  • Charging battery with motor-generator #1
  • Starting engine with motor-generator #1
  • Driving performance with motor-generator #2
  • Regenerative braking with motor-generator #2
  • DC-DC booster for main electric drive
  • DC to 3 phase AC variable frequency inverter
  • 12 VDC converter for accessory battery
  • Current sensors
  • Hybrid electronic control unit

 THEORY LESSONS COVERT           


  • MAP sensor, MAF sensor
  • Motorized throttle
  • Injectors
  • DIS ignition coil
  • CMP: Hall effect  camshaft position sensor
  • CKP: inductive crankshaft position sensor
  • ECT: engine coolant teperature sensor
  • Knock sensor
  • Accelerator position Hall effect sensor
  • Engine electronic control unit (ECU)

​​EXPERIMENTS

This system enables the student to perform several experiments and covers the following topics with an emphasis on understanding the operation of each system and troubleshooting techniques.


  • ​AM/FM receiver 
  • Speed control 
  • Power windows 
  • Door lock  
  • Windshield wiper and washer 
  • Automatic light control
  • Electric seats
  • Anti-theft alarm


An experiment manual for the student and instructor manual accompany the system.

​​AT-3007
Transmission Simulator


The AT-3007 Automotive Transmission Simulator is designed to provide students
with automotive training program introducing various systems and real components in
modern cars.

The simulator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the system’s
actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals, diagnosis
and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.


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 THEORY LESSONS COVERT           


  • Fuel tank ,fuel pump and fuel filter
  • Variable valve timing (VVT)
  • Front and rear O2 sensors
  • Carbon canister and purge valve
  • EGT: Exhaust gas temperature sensor
  • Exhaust gas analyzers
  • Three way catalytic converter

COURSEWARE                   


The courseware was written by pedagogical experts in
state-of-the-art automotive technology. The procedure for
each experiment is clearly written to allow the students to
easily complete each experiment. 

​​​AT- 5001
Main Panel 


Advanced Autotronics Simulator


​Degem’s unique AT-5000 training system houses five different plug-in simulator modules and a central control module, which comprises a 19” color LCD monitor and several push buttons and rotary controls. The function of each control is dynamically set by the system software according to the specific needs of each lesson.  Interactive courseware supplies the required theory and diagnostic procedure. Application software controls the modules under test to emulate the required vehicle operating conditions to be simulated. Virtual instruments, such as a digital multimeter and oscilloscope are simulated on the LCD monitor and provide realistic diagnostic measurement facilities. 

All of these provide the ideal learning environment for valuable true-to-life diagnostic
exercises. 

AT-3008
Safety Systems Simulator


The AT-3008 Automotive Safety Systems Simulator is designed to provide students
with automotive training program introducing various systems and real components in
modern cars.

The simulator brings a comprehensive view of the entire system in the car, the system’s
actual components and their interconnection, functions, operation, signals, diagnosis
and repair methods under hands-on safe activities.

​​​​​AT- 5301
Hybrid Vehicle Systems 


Advanced Autotronics Simulator


Degem’s AT-5301 Hybrid Vehicle Systems course consists of a module and computer
courseware. The module, which plugs into any free compartment in the AT-5000 main
panel, contains multicolor graphic of the entire HYBRID VEHICLE system, several test
points and LED indicators.

The interactive courseware contains essential theory enhanced with vivid simulations,
guided exercises that interact with the HYBRID VEHICLE module, guided diagnostic
exercises and self assessment exercises

All of these provide the ideal learning environment to provide valuable true-to-life
diagnostic exercises to train competant autotronics technicians. 

​​​AT- 5101
Multipoint Fuel Injection


Advanced Autotronics Simulator


Degem’s AT-5101 Multipoint Fuel Injection course consists of a module and computer
courseware. The module, which plugs into any free compartment in the AT-5000 main
panel, contains multicolor graphic of the entire multipoint system, several test points
and LED indicators.

The interactive courseware contains essential theory enhanced with vivid simulations,
guided exercises that interact with the MPI module, guided diagnostic exercises and self
assessment exercises

All of these provide the ideal learning environment to provide valuable true-to-life
diagnostic exercises to train competant autotronics technicians. 

DIGITAl CONTROL MODULE         

​The digital control module contains the following:


  • 19” LCD display
  • 14 push buttons
  • 4  rotary controls 
  • 6 4-mm virtual instrument measurement jacks:
  • DMM (+), DMM (-)  
  • Oscilloscope CH1, GND1
  • Oscilloscope CH2, GND2
  • 6 virtual measurement probes with 4 mm plug for
  • connecting to control module and 2mm plug to connect to plug-in module test points.
  • The LCD screen is divided into 3 sections:
    Top section for virtual measuring equipment
    Middle section for animations
    Bottom section for displaying the function for the​ dynamic controls

​DESCRIPTION       


  • Provides all support functions for the entire family of plug-in simulator  modules
  • Expensive test equipment is not required
  • Computer software offers enhanced diagnostic tools for​ student exercises
  • Quick & easy setup for plug-in modules
  • Unique learning platform provides a safe and efficient​ learning environment
  • Inherent expansion and upgrade capability 
  • Realistic troubleshooting exercises
  • USB data communication to PC
  • Fully documented operating instructions in courseware

MODULE COMPARTMENTS


Each of the 5 module compartments contains the following
to allow convenient  insertion and removal of any plug-in
simulator module:


  • ​Securing magnets for quick module change​
  • Detachable cable(s)

​​EXPERIMENTS


This system enables the student to perform several
experiments and covers the following topics:
​​


  • ​Introduction to modern car suspension system, construction, sensors and operation.
  • Accelerometer sensor signal analysis.
  • Logic intervention in relation to the vertical acceleration.
  • Steering sensor signal analysis.
  • Logic intervention in relation to the steering angle and to the car speed.
  • Logic the intervention in relation to the gear selected, to the acceleration, and to the car speed.
  • Logic intervention in relation to the braking pressure.
  • Logic intervention in relation to the steering speed and to the car speed.
  • The driving signal of the shock absorbers solenoid valves analysis (waveform and duration).
  • Insertion of non-destructive faults and troubleshooting and analysis of irregularities and operational defects,​ by means of microprocessor fault simulator faultfinding​ methods with various instruments.


An experiment manual for the student and instructor
manual accompany the system.

​​​AT- 5201
Airbag Systems 


Advanced Autotronics Simulator


Degem’s AT-5201 Airbag Systems course consists of a module and computer courseware. The module, which plugs into any free compartment in the AT-5000 main panel, contains multicolor graphic of the entire Airbag system, several test points and LED indicators.

The interactive courseware contains essential theory enhanced with vivid simulations,
guided exercises that interact with the Airbag module, guided diagnostic exercises and
self assessment exercises

All of these provide the ideal learning environment to provide valuable true-to-life
diagnostic exercises to train competant autotronics technicians. 

​​EXPERIMENTS

This system enables the student to perform several experiments and
covers the following topics:


  • Introduction to automatic  transmissions.
  • Changing gears characteristic curves analysis through 4 gears in relation to output speed of  the transmission.
  • The butterfly valve and its opening​ angles.
  • Transmission operating programs.
  • The combinational commands of​ the transmission solenoid valves in relation to the various gears and clutches.
  • Analysis of pressure control and optimization of clutch times in relation to:
  • ​Engine rpm type of gearing
  • Opening of the butterfly valve
  • Engine load
  • Output speed of transmission
  • Difference of rpm at the clutching time
  • ​Insertion of non-destructive faults​ and troubleshooting.


​An experiment manual for the student and instructor manual accompany the system.

 THEORY LESSONS COVERT      

    

  • Airbag construction and operation
  • Pyrotechnic seatbelt actuation 
  • Airbag electronic control unit
  • Accelerometer
  • Passenger and driver dual detonator airbag
  • Knee and curtain airbags
  • Satellite side impact sensor
  • Passenger deactivation switch

​​​​AT- 5202
Electronic Stability Program     


Advanced Autotronics Simulator


Degem’s AT-5202 Electronic Stability Program(ESP/ESC) course consists of a module
and computer courseware. The module, which plugs into any free compartment in the
AT-5000 main panel, contains multicolor graphic of the entire electronic stability
system, several LED indicators to illustrate system operation and test points to measure
appropriate signals and parameters during the learning process.

The interactive courseware contains essential theory enhanced with vivid simulations,
guided exercises that interact with the ESP module, guided diagnostic exercises and self
assessment exercises

All of these provide the ideal learning environment to provide valuable true-to-life
diagnostic exercises to train competant autotronics technicians.