|The kit comes in a professionally packaged unit.|
|All components clearly packed including CD,battery pack, pre-assembled electronics, screw kit and audio lead.|
|Ready assembled main electronics board|
|Electronics and LED PCB|
As you can see this unit produced by Middlesex University Teaching Resources enables beginners to get an NBTV monitor up and running at minimum cost and effort. I assembled mine within 15 minutes and it was up and running soon after. You have to ensure the disc is pushed on well to the motor hub in order to keep the opto sensor as near to the disc as possible to ensure accurate speed control.
Exchanging the supplied red LED with one of the clubs extra bright 'white' LED and use drawing office 'tracing paper' as a diffuser rather than the one supplied improved the picture quality enormously.
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I would also recommend securing connecting cables as these can become trapped in the disc mechanism.
For schools purchasing the unit the material used to demonstrate the televisor is limited to the CD supplied however, the unit is fully compatible with the 32 line club standard so it can be used with all club CD's, Digital 625 line CCIR to NBTV convertors and all EPROM and discrete electronics based NBTV signal sources.
|The Teaching Resources of the Middlesex University have been made
self-dependent under the name of Mindsets Online.|
Look at http://www.mindsetsonline.co.uk and search using the word "Televisor" to find your way to purchase this marvellous kit.