- current and voltage sensors,
- temperature sensors,
- magnetic field sensors,
- light sensors,
- contactless limit switches and proximity and displacement meters,
- linear encoders,
- speed sensors,
- angular position sensors.
As measuring equipment, multimeters are included with the stand.
The front panel of the stand is divided into groups in accordance with the subject of the work being done.
For studying current and voltage pickups at the stand is used a laboratory transformer with a control range of 0-220V. As a heating element in the study of temperature pickups is used a PEV resistor (water-resistant, enameled) with a power of 50 W. To study linear displacement sensors is attached to each sensor a ruler. To control the operation of non-contact sensors-switches, are installed LEDs. The rotation speed of the driving motor, which drives the tachogenerator with installed on it a code disk, is controlled using a laboratory transformer through a step-down transformer and a rectifier. Variable resistors and a switch are used as angular position sensors.
The present stand is accompanied with a set of methodical and technical documentation dedicated for teaching stuff.