Teacher/Student Measurement Interface

Teacher/Student Measurement Interface

Many a teacher would wish for highly flexible, safe student/teacher measuring location which can be networked together. Lucas-Nülle have therefore developed a system which allows for students to receive identical signals to those being read by their teacher. The signals can be transmitted from a system such as CarTrain or from an actual vehicle. This is because the new system can be connected to any electronic system, including other Lucas-Nülle training systems from topic areas other than automotive technology. The new Lucas-Nülle student/teacher measuring stations allow teachers to transmit high-voltage signals from their own stations at any time. Signals are automatically converted for each student and output at lower voltage to the students’ measuring stations. Curves of the signals, however, are displayed exactly as if there were indeed a high voltage present. This allows students to understand the typical features of high-voltage signals without being subjected to any safety hazards. Of course it is also possible to transmit signals in areas of low voltage or a CAN signal.