Electricity and electronics

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Electricity and electronics


There follows a presentation of the teaching aids for the study of electrical engineering from both an experimental and an analytical perspective, with the focal point or mainstay of the work being the “Analysis of Electrical Circuits”, addressing other blocks of content (Electromagnetism, Transformation, etc.) as and when they become important and relevant to the student’s teachinglearning process.

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Teaching activities

These activities permit the instructor to organise different types of activities (demonstrations, explanations, etc.) for small or large groups. This means removing the traditional gap between classroom theory and workshop practice, integrating the entire process within a single physical setting.

Learning activities

These enable the student to undertake activities for analysing and experimenting with circuits, machinery and components. They include a series of technological features on a range of media that prepare the ground for the analysis and quick and reliable building of the circuits.


A full array of documents, which in addition to the required user manuals for the equipment includes:

  •  The Teaching Guide: a description of the syllabus with the defi nition of goals, activities, scheduling, etc.
  • The Handbook of Practical Activities, catering for the comprehensive use of the equipment in this catalogue.
  • The Handbook of Content, as an introduction to the basics of electricity.


Each item of equipment in this catalogue has a modular arrangement in order to fulfi l teaching requirements as per the user’s needs. For further information, please contact your local distributor.


All the equipment within the fi eld of three-phase systems, transformation and the introduction to electrical machinery has been designed to operate at 22/38 V, with an assurance of safety for users that should be considered within its proper context: the operating voltages are 1/10th of the real ones (220/380 V).

Auxiliary equipment

The laboratory can be fully fi tted out with ancillary equipment, such as furniture, whiteboards, projectors, commercial instruments (multimeters, oscilloscopes, function generators) etc.

The ancillary equipment distributed by Alecop appears in full in the online catalogue (www.alecop.com)