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Design and Technology. Systems and Control – Fuse Tester. Date. Date. Date. Checklist. Checklist. Checklist. This lesson I will complete _____ __________________________________________________ By _______________________ _________________________.

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Design and Technology

Systems and Control – Fuse Tester

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Date

Date

Date

Checklist

Checklist

Checklist

This lesson I will complete _____ __________________________________________________

By _______________________

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This lesson I will complete _____ __________________________________________________

By _______________________

_________________________

This lesson I will complete _____ __________________________________________________

By _______________________

_________________________

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The task

Context:

Electrical products often break due to lots of small parts and fragile electrical components, these repairs can be expensive and often unnecessary as the fault is simply caused by a ‘blown fuse’.

Context:- is the problem that has to be solved.

Brief:- is what you will do to solve the problem.

Specifications:- a list of things your product must fulfil. The specification list is what you will use to evaluate your product against when you have finished.

What kind of people could use a fuse tester?

Why would they need it?

What will make them want your fuse tester?

Brief:

To design and make an electrical device to test is a fuse is working that can be used by ……………………………

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Specifications

Use the information you have learned to write a list of specifications for your fuse tester.

Remember:- these specifications must match your design brief.

Specifications

  • The fuse tester must:
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How to solder

The steps to soldering have all gotten muddled up can you put them in the correct order and match the sentences below to the correct picture?

Step 1.

Twist the parts together

Heat the 2 parts to be joined

Leave it too cool and harden.

Slowly push the solder into the hot area

Tin the tip of the soldering iron with solder

Clean the tip of the soldering iron on a damp sponge

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Planning

B. Write down the two quality checks that are made.

A . Can you place the following tasks into the order they need to be done.

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Why were these checks made?

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Carefully twist components together

Are the components in correct place?

Teacher gives you your components

Completed circuit

Trim legs of soldered components with wire cutters

Drill Holes

Test your circuit and fault find

Carefully solder component legs together

Wear goggles

Is the solder joint secure?

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Packaging Ideas

You can use the lines drawn for you to help make an isometric cuboide for your packaging design. Then have a go at drawing your own using the rest of the page.

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Remember: Your design must include the things from your starter worksheet. And,

You must evaluate each of your ideas.

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Name:___________________

Developing ideas

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Evaluation

Name:_____________________

Look at the sentences below and tick the ones that you think apply to your game:

What level did you get up to? ____________

What could you do to improve this level? ______________________________________________________________

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What do you think went well or was easy for you in this project? ____________________________________________

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What did you find difficult about this project? And why? ___________________________________________________

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What have you learnt during this project? ______________________________________________________________

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If you could change one thing about this project what would it be? And why? __________________________________

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Keywords:

Electronic

Electrical

Electricity

Input

Output

Process

System

Control

Mechanical

Feedback

Human

Components

Circuit

Flow

Force

Resistance

Aesthetics

Voltage

Schematic

Symbols

Wire

Resistor

Light Emitting Diode (LED)

Switch

Battery

Solder

Flux

Temperature

Soldering iron

Conductor

Volts

Amps

Ohms

Ergonomics

Anthropometrics

Aesthetics