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3284 December 1956 368 0 01 002 322 DANE Code. Education Record No. 194 "We assume as a fundamental respect and understanding meeting" Student :_____________________________ Grade: Décimo___ Date :______________ FOURTH FINAL RECOVERY Subject Area Master Jaime Rodriguez Fourth Period Technology and Computer and Information Technology The following report will review the dates of the circuits made and delivery of the written report of the workshop to be presented (check that workshops should submit information given on the agenda) THE RECOVERY IS INDIVIDUAL, EACH STUDENT PRESENTS ITS REPORT AND CIRCUIT . Delivery of the circuit and the report writin g function which can be prepared on computer or in examination papers indicating squared diagrams, procedures and clear answers to the questions raised. Consult ancy (IN HOURS OF REST THAN MAY 27 TO JUNE 9 IN THE HOURS OF REST) Indicator Achievement Date Time Topic Build Interprets and technological objects, through interpretation of drawings b ased electronic dice diagrams, taking into account the views of basic electronic concepts. • • • NIGHT LIGHT ELECTRONIC SIGNAL PEDESTRIAN AUTOMATIC MOTORCYCLE JUNE 16 JUNE 17 JUNE 19 AND 18 AND 20 Rest Time Delivery systems (running) and report writing Indicator Achievement Date Time Topic Build Interprets and technological objects, through interpretation of drawings b ased electronic dice diagrams, taking into account the views of basic electronic concepts. • • • NIGHT LIGHT ELECTRONIC SIGNAL PEDESTRIAN AUTOMATIC MOTORCYCLE JUNE 16 JUNE 17 JUNE 19 AND 18 AND 20 Rest Time Read the attached guide which describes each of the workshops: Purpose, Material s, Theoretical Framework, Procedures, schematics and analysis. You must attach t he report Pictorial diagram, the sources and conclusions. Instituto Caldas Study Approval No. 1952 1999 1488 Legal Personality No. 3284 December 1956 368 0 01 002 322 DANE Code. Education Record No. 194 "We assume as a fundamental respect and understanding meeting" Student :_____________________________ Grade: Décimo___ Date :______________ FOURTH FINAL RECOVERY Subject Area Master Jaime Rodriguez Fourth Period Technology and Computer and Information Technology AUTOMATIC NIGHT LIGHT

MATERIALS: breadboard, battery 9 V GOAL: To build a light detector circuit. Learn a practical application of a phot ocell THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK: What is the role of each of the components to be us ed which is the symbol of each component, as identified terminals of each? PROCE DURE: 1. Assemble in the breadboard the circuit shown in the schematic diagram i n Figure 1. ALWAYS CONNECT TO THE BATTERY END. 2. Make sure the LEDs D1 and D2, are in the correct polarity, ie the shortest pin coincides with the cathode (C). 3. Make sure the transistor, the polarity is correct. 4. With your hands or any object, try to obstruct the light falling on the surface of the beam. Observe a nd describe the behavior of the LEDs. 5. Move the potentiometer shaft until the circuit can differentiate whether or not there is light. 6. Record your observat ions and explain. Instituto Caldas Study Approval No. 1952 1999 1488 Legal Personality No. 3284 December 1956 368 0 01 002 322 DANE Code. Education Record No. 194 "We assume as a fundamental respect and understanding meeting" Figure 1 circuit CONCLUSIONS Automatic Night Light. Student :_____________________________ Grade: Décimo___ Date :______________ FOURTH FINAL RECOVERY Subject Area Master Jaime Rodriguez Fourth Period Technology and Computer and Information Technology MOTORCYCLE ELECTRONIC MATERIALS: breadboard, battery 9 V GOAL: To build a circuit that produces the particular sound of a motorcycle Stre ngthen knowledge of the transistor as an oscillator. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK: What is the role of each of the components to be used which is the symbol of each co mponent, as identified terminals of each? PROCEDURE: 1. Assemble in the breadboa rd the circuit shown in the schematic diagram in Figure 1. ALWAYS CONNECT TO THE BATTERY END. 2. Connect the battery and hear the sound of the speaker. Move the potentiometer R3 and listen again the sound of the speaker. 3. Move the potenti ometer shaft and listen to the variation in the sounds produced. Record what is observed and explain why it happens. Instituto Caldas Study Approval No. 1952 1488 No. 1999 Legal Personality€December 3284 DANE Code 368 001 002 322 1956. Education Record No. 194 "We assume as a fundamental respect and understanding meeting" Figure 1 Electronic Circuit Motorcycle CONCLUSIONS. Student :_____________________________ Grade: Décimo___ Date :______________ FOURTH FINAL RECOVERY Subject Area Master Jaime Rodriguez Fourth Period Technology and Computer and Information Technology Pedestrian traffic lights MATERIALS: breadboard, battery 9 V 100 uF 1000μF PURPOSE: • Build an electronic circuit that represents the changing lights of a

pedestrian traffic light. • Know the operation of the integrated circuit 555, wh ich is used in a wide variety of electronic circuits. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK: Wha t is the role of each of the components to be used which is the symbol of each c omponent, as identified terminals of each? PROCEDURE: 1. Assemble in the breadbo ard the circuit shown in the schematic diagram in Figure 1. ALWAYS CONNECT TO TH E BATTERY END. 2. Make sure the LEDs D1 and D2, are in the correct polarity, ie the shortest pin coincides with the cathode (C). Instituto Caldas Study Approval No. 1952 1999 1488 Legal Personality No. 3284 December 1956 368 0 01 002 322 DANE Code. Education Record No. 194 "We assume as a fundamental respect and understanding meeting" in March. Connect the battery to the circuit and observe the behavior of the LEDs D1 and D2 recor d your observations. 4. Replace the capacitor by a 100 mF happens. Record your o bservations and explain 5. Replace the capacitor by a 1000 uF happens. Record yo ur observations and explain Figure 1 circuit CONCLUSIONS Pedestrian Traffic Light.