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The control panel incorporates a system designed and patented by Alecop, which enables the analysis, diagnosis and repair of malfunctions.
Ref.: 9EQ964EAFC – Trif. 380 V
Ref.: 9EQ964EACC – Trif. 230 V
The trainer incorporates all the components and accessories required for operation under conditions very similar to those found in motor vehicles, but with a number of additional pressure gauges and thermometers to facilitate students understanding of the working of the system. It is mounted on a trolley with wheels for easy transportation and a braking systems for ensuring stability once in place.
It incorporates the following real components, arranged in the logical sequence in which they would be found in a vehicle, motor cavity, front interior and rear interior.
The learning model is based on the development of activities involving real vehicle elements, arranged according to strict teaching principles in order to facilitate the training process. They aim to:
This system enables students to develop the following skills:
The system consists of a group of elements that combine to form an air conditioning facility with a double low pressure circuit (A, B). Low pressure circuit A incorporates the fixed calibrated tube system while circuit B encompasses the expansion valve.
The trainer has a series of visual pressure gauges and thermometers that aid the analysis and comprehension of the behaviour of the coolant.
The system is also designed to carry out coolant loading, unloading and recycling operations. The circuit is loaded with coolant R-134a.
The trainer enables you to generate failures or malfunctions in the various components by means of a programming-repair system. There are two options
Contains information about how the equipment operates, standards for using it, characteristics, maintenance, electrical diagrams, list of breakdowns and their symptoms, etc.
Practical activities manual
Manual containing the various practical activities that can be carried out using the trainer, complete with the corresponding answers or solutions to make the teacher’s job easier. Activities include: individual component identification, identification of systems, signal checking, reproduction and identification of malfunction symptoms, search for and location of malfunctions, proposal of solutions and virtual repair, etc.