An ideal play-and-learn construction set for constructing and programming very realistic electro-pneumatic machines and robots. The subject of electro-pneumatics and vacuum technology is represented using the exciting models, such as the compressed air motor, the color-sorting robot, colored component flipper and obstacle ball course robot. The powerful and compact compressor guarantees the reliable supply of compressed air to the model. The electromagnetic valves contained allow the models to be controlled by a computer. ROBOTICS and Electropneumatics can be used in guided and in free lesson structures and is already a classic for core subject education.
The innovative fischertechnik learning materials support you to practically teach about technology and to bring the subject closer to your students or trainees.
The accompanying activity booklet with teaching and lesson materials includes visual models and tasks for quick lesson preparation, as well as problem-solving tasks and solutions, handouts and print templates.
Educational accompanying material and example programs for the construction set:
The ROBOTICS & Electropneumatics construction set additionally requires the ROBOTICS TXT Controller 522429 and the ROBOPro 93296 software. The ROBOPro software is used for installing example programs for all models, as well as educational accompanying material in the pdf format.
Opening educational accompanying material and example programs:
After the installation of ROBOPro, click on the start button in the Windows taskbar and select Programs or All Programs and then ROBO Pro.You can open the educational accompanying documentation with the new entry TX ElectroPneumatic – Activity booklet.
You need the Adobe Reader program for this. If this program is not installed on your PC, you can download it from http://www.adobe.com.
This version of the accompanying material contains links to the ROBOPro example programs and the ROBOPro Help.
All example programs are listed under C:\Programs\ROBOPro\Example programs\ROBO TX ElectroPneumatic.
The accompanying tmaterial is also available on the eLearning Portal (but without links to the example programs).