UniTrain is a training system supported by a multimedia environment. In addition to experiment hardware the package also contains an extensive course in software. A key focus is to perform experiments at authentic voltages. An interface for universal use links the experiment hardware to a computer. Analog input and output signals are sent to the computer via a USB port.
Each of the courses covers one topic from the world of automotive technology. You can therefore, for example, easily learn about the differences between series and parallel circuits as well as how they work. The experiments are carried out on pre-wired experiment cards, which are then connected directly to UniTrain. Depending on the topic, it is possible to link multiple cards, making it easy to convey the complexity of individual systems in an understandable way. The course on hybrid technology, for example, involves three separate experiment cards. The multimedia course supplied with the training system not only conveys the theoretical background, but only explains the experiments step by step and allows the results to be logged. This saves time, money and annoyance for teachers.