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The training systems of electronic circuits are designed for educational practice.

All components are separated as in transparent plastic boxes with magnetic stand on a

grid panel or without magnetic on a rubber matrix. Circuit assemble is made by leads

plug. The training systems are used in some certain experiments, it can be completed

according to the written experiment manual and also you can design other more

experiments with yourself.


The training system is used in the analog electronic circuits, it can be completed according

to the F1-1 experiment manual. Totally 33 recommend experiments are contained in this

system with the corresponding components and more experiments can be designed to do by



1. Grid panel and tray / 1 pc
2. Components / 49 pcs
3. Leads / 40 pcs
4. Experiment manual / 2 pcs

1: Series resistors circuit
2: Parallel resistors circuit
3: Compound resistors circuit
4: Ohm's law I = F (V)
5: Ohm's law I = F (R)
6: Kirchhoff's Laws on voltage
7: Kirchhoff's Laws on current
8: Superposition theorem
9: Thevenin's theorem
10: Norton's theorem
11: Voltage divider circuit
12: Wheatstone bridge circuit
13: R, C series circuit in AC circuit
14: R, L series circuit in AC circuit
15: R, L, C series circuit in AC circuit
16: Characteristics of transistor
17: Common base transistor amplifier circuit
18: Common emitter transistor amplifier circuit
19: Common collector transistor amplifier circuit
20: Constant DC voltage control circuit with transistor
21: Capacitors in series and parallel circuit
22: Characteristics of PTC resistor
23: Characteristics of NTC resistor

24: Characteristics of the transformer
on load and no load

25: Half-wave rectifier
26: Full-wave rectifier
27: The function of the relay
28: Inductors in series and parallel circuit
29: Magnetic induction circuit transformer
30: Characteristics of diode in DC circuit
31: Characteristics of diode in AC circuit
32: Rectifier and filter current circuit
33: Characteristics of Zener diode