Model No.: GET-17100

Module One: GET-17100-A

Chapter 1: Solar Energy Kit

Specifications:

Light Source: 150 W Halogen Bulb

Maximum Open Output Voltage: 5.5 V

Maximum Short Output Current: 1 A

Normally Open Output Voltage: 4.5V ~ 5.3V

Normally Closed output Current: 200 mA ~ 300 mA

Experiments:

1. Output Voltage at Different Loads

Output Voltage: 2.95 V ~ 4.72 V;

Loads: 10, 22, 50

2. Output Voltage at Different Temperatures

Output Voltage: 5.2 V ~ 4.8V

Temperature: Room Temperature ~ 75 °C

3. Output Voltage at Different Angles of Incidence

Output Voltage: 0.98V (Elevation Angle 60°), 4.55 V (0°), 1.46 V (Depression Angle 60°)

Halogen Bulb Angle: Depression Angle (60°) to Elevation Angle (60°)

Module Two: GET-17100-B

Chapter 2: Wind Energy Kit

Specifications:

1. Maximum Open Output Voltage: AC 46 Vpp

2. Built-in Voltmeter

3. Wind Direction: 120 ° (-60° ~ +60°)

Experiments:

1. Half-wave Rectifier and Filter Circuit

Maximum Output Voltage: 17 ~ 21 Vpp

2. Bridge Rectifier and Filter Circuit

Maximum Output Voltage : 15 ~ 20 Vpp

3. Half-wave Voltage Doubler

Maximum Output Voltage: 45 Vpp

4. Full-wave Voltage Doubler

Maximum Output Voltage: 45 Vpp

Module Three: GET-17100-C

Chapter 3: Boost and Buck Converters, Battery Circuit

Experiments:

1. Booster Circuit (Output Voltage: 6 V or 9 V, selectable)

2. Buck Circuit (Output Voltage: 1.5 V or 3 V, selectable)

3. Battery Charger Circuit ( Battery Voltage: 4.2 V (Max), Battery Charging Current: 250 mA, Battery Discharging Current: 0.8 A (Max))

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Module Four: GET-17100-D

Chapter 4: Basic Application Circuits for Solar Energy

Experiments:

1. Dancing LEDs Circuit (5 Hz, LED State: Lighted In Turn)

2. Pulsing Breathing LCD Circuit (Output Frequency: 0.1 Hz, LED State: Gradually Light On and Dark)

3. MCU Controlled Two-color LED Circuit (MCU: PIC 18F452; Controlled Mode: PWM; PWM Frequency: 4 kHz; PWM Duty Cycle: 0 ~ 90%; PWM Setup: Button Switch)

Module Five: GET-17100-E

Chapter 5: Application Circuits for Solar Energy

Experiments:

1. MIC Voice Signal Processor Circuit (MIC Frequency Response: 400 Hz ~ 8 kHz)

2. Audio Amplifier (Frequency Response: 20 Hz ~ 20 kHz, Audio Output: 0.8 W)

3. Bluetooth Receiver and Audio Amplifier (Bluetooth Version: 4.0; User Controllable Play, Next, and Previous Keys)