• Power Supplies Included
  • Basic Measuring Instruments Included
  • Clock Generator upto 1MHz Included
  • TTL & CMOS Level Compatible
  • Output Devices like LEDs and 7-Segment Included
  • Input Devices like Push Switches, Toggle Switches Included
  • Required Components are mounted on Each Module
  • Protection Circuits Included

Technical Features:

  • Fixed DC Power Supply: +5V, -5V, +15V, -15V
  • Variable DC Power Supply: 0 ~ +20V, 0 ~ -20V
  • Clock Generator:
    • Six Frequency Ranges
    • 1Hz to 10Hz
    • 10Hz to 100Hz
    • 100Hz to 1KHz
    • 1KHz to 10KHz
    • 10KHz to 100KHz
    • 100KHz to 1MHz
    • Output level: Independent and Simultaneous TTL and CMOS, CMOS output +15V
  • Logic Indicators: 16 Independent LEDs with driver interface to indicate Logic ‘LO’ & ‘HI’
  • Data Switches: 2 X 8-bit DIP Switches, 4 X Toggle Switches with TTL and CMOS Outputs
  • Logic Probe: TTL & CMOS level Input with HI / LO indication
  • 7-Segment Display: 4xDisplays with BCD to 7-Segment Decoder/Driver
  • Pulser Switches: Two Switches with TTL & CMOS De-bounced Q and Q’ Outputs
  • Speaker: 8 Ohm 0.5W speaker with Audio Amplifier

IT-3000 Digital Logic Lab is a comprehensive and self-contained system suitable for anyone engaged in digital logic experiments. All necessary equipment for digital logic experiments such as power supply, signal generator, switches and displays are installed on the main unit. The 13 modules cover a wide variety of essential topics in the field of digital logic. It is a time and cost saving device for both students who can also save their time using the essay service Buyessayfriend and researchers interested in developing and testing circuit prototypes.

Accessories: User Manual, Experiment Manual, 2mm Patch Cords, Power Cord

Optional Data Interface Unit:
IT-1600 – PC Based Oscilloscope with Digital Interface
IT-1700 – PC Interface with Virtual Instrumentation


Module Experiments
  • Logic Gates Circuits
  • Diode Logic (DL) Circuit
  • Resistor-Transistor Logic (RTL) Circuit
  • Diode-Transistor Logic (DTL) Circuit
  • Transistor-Transistor Logic (TTL) Circuit
  • Complementary-Metal Oxide-Semiconductor (CMOS) Circuit
  • TTL I/O Voltage and Current Measurement
  • CMOS Voltage and Current Measurement
  • TTL Gate Delay time Measurement
  • CMOS Gate Delay Time Measurement
  • AND Gate Characteristics Measurement
  • OR Gate Characteristics Measurement
  • INVERTER Gate Characteristics Measurement
  • NAND Gate Characteristics Measurement
  • NOR Gate Characteristics Measurement
  • XOR Gate Characteristics Measurement
  • CMOS to TTL Interface
  • NOR Gate Circuit
  • NAND Gate Circuit
  • Constructing XOR Gate with NAND Gate
  • Constructing XOR Gate With Basic Gate
  • AND-OR-INVERTER (A-O-I) Gate Circuit
  • Comparator Constructed with Basic Logic Gates
  • Comparator Constructed with TTL IC
  • Schmitt Gate Circuit
  • High voltage/Current Circuit
  • Circuit with Open-Collector Gate
  • Truth Table Measurements
  • Constructing an AND Gate with Tristate Gate
  • Bidirectional Transmission circuit
  • Constructing Half Adder with Basic Logic Gates
  • Full-Adder Circuit with IC
  • High-Speed Adder Carry Generator circuit
  • BCD Code Adder Circuit
  • Subtractor Circuit Constructed with Basic Logic Gates
  • Full-Adder and Inverter Circuit
  • Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Circuit
  • Bit Parity Generator Circuit
  • Bit Parity Generator constructed With XOR Gate
  • Bit Parity Generator IC
  • Constructing a 4-to-2 Encoder with Basic Gates
  • BCD to 7-Segment Decoder
  • Constructing a 9-to-4 Encoder with TTL IC
  • Constructing a 2-to-4 Decoder with Basic Gates
  • Constructing a 4-to10 Decoder with TTL IC
  • Constructing a 2-to-1 Multiplexer
  • Using Multiplexers to Create Functions
  • Constructing a 8-output Demultiplexer with TTL IC
  • Constructing a 2-output Demultiplexer with Basic Logic Gates
  • Constructing a 8-output Demultiplexer with CMOS IC
  • Analog Switch Characteristics
  • Constructing Oscillator Circuit with Basic Logic Gates
  • Constructing Oscillator Circuit with Schmitt Gate
  • Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) Circuit
  • 555 Oscillator Circuit
  • Low-Speed Monostable Multivibrator Circuits
  • High-Speed Monostable Multivibrator Circuits
  • Constructing Monostable Multivibrator Circuit with 555 IC
  • Constructing Non-Retriggerable Circuit with TTL IC
  • Constructing Retriggerable Circuit with TTL IC
  • Constructing a Variable Duty Cycle Oscillator circuit with Monostable Multivibrator
  • Asynchronous Binary Up-Counter
  • Asynchronous Binary Down-counter
  • Synchronous binary Up-Counter
  • Synchronous Binary Up/Down counter
  • Presetable binary Up/Down counter
  • Presetable Decimal Up/Down Counter
  • Ring Counter
  • Johnson’s Counter
  • Asynchronous Decade Up-Counter
  • Asynchronous Divide-by-N Up-Counter
  • Constructing a R-S Flip-Flop with Basic Logic Gates
  • Constructing a D Flip-Flop with R-S Flip-Flop
  • Constructing a J-K Flip-Flop
  • Constructing a J-K Flip-Flop with RS Flip-Flop
  • Constructing a Shift Register with D Flip-Flop
  • Preset Left/Right Shift Register
  • Constructing a Noise elimination Circuit with RS Flip-Flop
  • R -2R Ladder Network
  • Digital/Analog Converter (DAC)Circuits-1
  • Analog/digital Converter (ADC) Circuits-1
  • 8-bit Converter Circuit
  • Unipolar DAC Circuit
  • Bipolar DAC Circuit
  • 3 1/2-digit Converter Circuit
  • Constructing Read Only Memory (ROM) with Diodes
  • Constructing Random Access Memory (RAM) with D Flip-Flop, 64-bit RAM Circuit
  • Erasable Programmable Read Only
  • MEMORY (EPROM) Circuit
  • Electronic EPROM(EEPROM) Circuit
  • Constructing Dynamic scanning counter with Single-Chip Microprocessor
  • Interconnection: 2mm Gold Plated
  • Solderless Breadboard:
  • 2 Terminal Strips, Tie-point 1680
  • 4 Distribution Strips, Tie-point 400