Introduction to traditional and nontraditional computer system output devices.
Learners examine the sourcing and sinking of conventional current at a PLC output module and the type of field device to which it is connected. This interactive learning object includes six quiz questions.
The learner will understand the operation and configuration of various types of PLC output modules and how they're used.
Learners examine the fundamental concepts of sequencer output instruction. A simulated example shows a sequencer in operation.
In this learning activity you'll identify various types of unshielded twisted pair cables and their networking connectors.
In this animated object, learners examine the signals produced at the N.O. (normally open) and N.C. (normally closed) outputs of sourcing and sinking four-wire sensors. A brief quiz completes the activity.
You'll practice calculating inverting amplifier gain and output voltage.
You'll explore what a computer is, input, output, storage, and data processing.
The learner will calculate input and output circuit resistance for the Inverting Op-Amp configuration.
In this learning activity you'll discover how to evaluate a problem statement using both the MEA and the IP Techniques.
In this interactive and animated object, learners examine the duty cycle of a squarewave produced by a multivibrator using a 555 IC (integrated circuit). A brief quiz completes the activity.
Describe the inverting op-amp configuration and calculate the circuit gain.
In this animated object, learners examine the signals produced by sourcing and sinking two-wire sensors. A brief quiz completes the activity.
The learner will understand how to correctly wire a three-wire sinking and sourcing sensor.
In this interactive object, students view an animated depiction of Class 1 levers. A matching quiz completes the activity.
In this learning activity you'll understand what flow charts are and how they're used to create computer programs.
This interactive object is designed to help learners memorize the schematic symbols used in ladder logic diagrams. Learners quiz themselves using electronic flashcards.
You'll be introduced to command input/output, redirection, and piping in Linux.
In this animated object, learners identify the basic parts and operation of a crank slider mechanism. They also follow the steps to use rotational input velocity to determine the linear output velocity of a slider component.
Learners study how a circuit converts the AC output of a linear voltage differential transformer (LVDT) into variable DC voltage. It is recommended that learners view the learning object IAU7807, “The LVDT: A Linear Voltage Differential Transformer in Action” before going through this object.