The ARM3S Cortex Microcontroller Development System features the latest ARM processor technology with a comprehensive software development suite which uses the C++ programming language.
A kit of Basic Electricity & Electronics components, housed in a convenient storage tray with identification information.
A kit of Amplifiers and Electronic Circuit Applications components, housed in a convenient storage tray with identification information.
A kit of Power Supply components, housed in a convenient storage tray with identification information.
A kit of Power Electronic components, housed in a convenient storage tray with identification information.
A kit of Power Opto-Electronic components, housed in a convenient storage tray with identification information.
A set of workboards that provides hands-on teaching of basic electricity, magnetism and electronics.
The OAT343 is an open board style Operational Amplifier Tutor.
The Electromagnetism Trainer provides an introduction to the application of electromagnetic fields through the use of devices.
The Logic Tutor LT345 Mk2 is ideal for introducing logic tuition into a syllabus on a small budget.
The CK341 is a versatile and easy to use equipment for the rapid construction of digital circuits using integrated devices.
The CK342 allows students to study the arithmetic or logic processor and of simple computers or other complex digital systems.
This is a highly versatile board, compatible with all our micro trainer hardware or a PC.
The Stepper Motor Module is an optional accessory ready to connect to P3 for the Applications Board.
Liquid Crystal Display Module is an optional accessory for the Applications Board.
The ARM7S 32/16-bit micro-controller based on the Atmel range of Microcontrollers.
The 24-102 is a comprehensive single board computer, based on the Motorola MC68HC11 micro-controller unit (MCU).
The highly flexible 80C51 single board computer is based on the Atmel T89C51RD2. It can be used as an educational trainer or target board.
The 8-bit Z80 microprocessor is a comprehensive computer which may be used as a development system for Assembler and Machine Code programs.
The 8086 16-bit microprocessor and a set of associated peripheral devices are fitted to this computer board and is supplied with an ‘on board’ EPROM-based monitor.
Based on the MC68000 16-bit microprocessor, this is a complete computer suitable for many stand-alone applications, especially for real-time control.
A low cost introduction to ‘in system’ PLD programming and application.
Programmable interface controllers (PICs) are a family of low cost, Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) micro-controllers that are powerful and easy to use.
This trainer comprises an open-board format applications unit & a PC interface. It provides a wide range of programmable devices, external sensors and associated components.
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