Christiani is active in the field of technical vocational education for over 85 years and is known for high quality products for work-based learning. Located in Germany, Christiani expanded its international business for more than 10 years and now covers more than 60 countries. The number of teaching materials in foreign languages is constantly growing thus supporting hands-on learning abroad based on the German dual system and its action-based didactic methods. With its know-how and growing range of products and services, Christiani has developed into a full-range supplier in the field of technical training. In addition to traditional textbooks and learning materials the portfolio also includes interactive media, project works and training equipment for all levels of technical education. Christiani is also a competent partner for complete solutions – whether it is a mechatronic laboratory, an electronics or metal training workshop or a complete facility for training in automotive jobs.
The solar power case follows the generator bike and constitutes the second stage of the overall didactic concept of Christiani in the field of renewable energies. Instead of using muscles, the power for the solar power case comes from the sun.
With the solar power case, students can generate their own solar electricity by means of a solar module, and save this in the battery or use it in various circuits via the additional components.
With our mechatronic training concept you not only find sophisticated technology for your training but also a tailor-made solution for your needs. Beginning from small stations up to complex systems with a robot, trainees can easily learn the correlation between electronics, mechanics and robotics. We offer the right PLC for every application, as training racks they can be used in every classroom.
Our project work "Formula 1 - racing car" is probably the hit among the project works for the basic training of industrial mechanics. Following closely the respective curricula, extensive knowledge and skills are trained from the first year on. In the sunlight or under a halogen lamp, the two wheels on the rear axle are beginning to turn. The wheels are driven by two electric motors, power is supplied by solar cells on the rear spoiler of the car.
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