Microprocessor systems
Laboratory kit
Microprocessor systems

This kit gives children the ability to work on microprocessor systems hands-on experiments as a part of a supplementary education program.

This kit is designed as a modular platform for microcontroller programming, studying the principles of data I\O devices, sensors and actuators.

Simple layout of an electric circuit built on interchangeable modules is easy to understand both for students and teachers.

Each topic included in the curriculum has a theoretical part and detailed instructions for the experiment.

Measurements and control functions are implemented using a dedicated data acquisition system. The software is developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. It’s intuitive and user-friendly interface is designed for easy adoption and optimization of teaching process.

  • Laboratory kit modular design
  • Reliably protected electric circuit, modules, and kit elements
  • Theoretical materials to each topic
  • Hands-on experiments step-by-step guide
  • User-friendly interface
  • Graphical and digital representation of results
  • Virtual Instruments (Oscilloscope, Dynamic signal analyzer, Function Generator, Digital signal generator, Logic Analyzer, Digital Multimeter)
  • Software for microcontroller programming
Set equipment
Name Quantity
Main modules
Microcontroller module (based on ATmega328P)
Operating Voltage – 5V
Digital I/O Lines - 8
PWM Digital I/O Lines - 6
Analog Input Lines - 6
Flash Memory 32 KB
USB interface
Ground output (GND)
1 pc.
Main Board (modules platform)1 pc.
Bipolar Stepper Motor module1 pc.
LED Display module1 pc.
Touch Sensor module1 pc.
Seven segment indicator module1 pc.
Microphone sensor module1 pc.
Loudspeaker module1 pc.
Pulse Generator module1 pc.
Temperature sensor module1 pc.
Ultrasonic sensor module1 pc.
Joystick module1 pc.
Auxiliary elements
Set of safe connecting wires1 pc.
Power supplay1 pc.
Practical experiments
  1. Microcontroller programming
  2. I/O port study
  3. Computer control of different devices
  4. LED indicator control study
  5. Touch array operation principle study
  6. Arithmetic and logic operations study
  7. Data display on seven-segment indicator
  8. Joystick operation principle study
  9. Stepper motor control
  10. Comparator study
  11. Switch On/Off by sound level
  12. Audio indication display
  13. Temperature sensor operation principle study
  14. US proximity sensor operation principle study

Hands-on materials and instruction are supplied on a CD.

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