Circuit Cracker Introduction

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Circuit Cracker Introduction
Shanti Education Society’s
A.G. Patil Polytechnic Institute, Solapur
0995
DEPT. OF ELECTRONICS & TELECOMMUNICATION ENGG.
e-phlox 2017
Epholx Guideline
ROBORACE
Introduction:
Construct Your Machine to have the maximum SPEED to beat another machine on the given
track to reach the final destination in minimum time
General Rules:
 A maximum of 3 Diploma students are allowed per team.
 Registration fee is Rs.300/- per team
 All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible
to participate
 Certificate of Excellence will be awarded to the top 2 teams.
 Certificate of Participation will be given to all teams.
Robot Specification:
 The machine should fit within a box of dimensions 30cm x 30cm x 30cm (maximum
size).The external device used to control the machine such as remote control box or DC
Converter is not included in the size constraint.
 The Machines should not weight more than 3Kg for wired and 4kg for wireless.
 Uses of readymade toys are not allowed, but one can use the readymade circuits.
 The electric voltage between 2 points anywhere in the machine should not be more than
24 V DC at any point of time.
 The robot cannot split into two independent parts.
 Robot should be manually controlled.
 Chemicals, compressed gases and rockets, fuels, combustion power methods, etc. are
strictly prohibited. No weapons (blades, spikes) of any kind are to be attached onto the
robot.
Safety Rules:
Compliance with all event rules is mandatory. It is expected that competitors stay within the
rules and procedures of their own accord and do not require constant policing
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The machine you build would be first checked for size and safety.
The machine should not cause electrical power breakdown.
The robot must not contain any combustible, corrosive, or otherwise dangerous materials.
No explosive, compressive or expansive, either internal or external is permitted.
ANY ROBOT WHOSE STRATEGY OR OPERATION IS CONSIDERED DANGEROUS CAN
BE DISQUALIFIED BY THE JUDGES AT THEIR DISCRETION.
Disqualifications:
 Any bot not conforming to the specifications provided will be instantly disqualified.
 Any bot which damages the arena will be disqualified.
 Any un-necessary argument with the judges or volunteers will lead to disqualification.
Faculty Coordinator:
Mr. Vadaorao S. R.-9028583069
Mr. Mhanta R. P.-8421768912
Quiztronics – 2017
Introduction:
To think and expose the technical knowledge of Electronics & Tele-Commn,
Electronics, Electrical branch Students.
Rules & Guidelines for Technical Quiz
Topics:
1. Basic Electronics
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Basic Electricals
Communication Systems
Digital Circuit
Microprocessors & Micro-controller
Industrial Measurement
Linear Integrated circuit
Other general Electronics related topics
Rules:
 Each team should contain maximum two members.
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Rounds are decided as per the teams registered.
All students with a valid identity card of their respective educational institutes are eligible
to participate.
Certificate of Excellence will be awarded to the top 2 teams.
Certificate of participation will be given to all teams.
Further Details regarding technical quiz will be displayed at the time of event.
Decision of organizer will be final & will be blinding to all.
Faculty Coordinator:
Ms. Kamble P. V.-7276095846
Ms. Ghodke R. R.-9405404656
Circuit Cracker
Introduction:
This event is to basically test the electronic components and their behavior in the circuits.
Participants will have to debug the circuit within short time.
Round 1:
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This will be a written elimination round consisting of questions related to electronic
Fundamentals and hardware.
Question sheets will be provided to the registered teams on a particular time.
They will have 1 hour to solve the questions and submit the answer sheets.
Answers have to be written on the same sheet.
Sheets must be submitted within the time limit. No sheets will be accepted after the
deadline.
Results will be declared on the same day and selected members list will be displayed
immediately for further rounds.
Round 2:
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Participants have to design the circuit on the paper firstly then implement on the bread
board.
All the components and required material will be provided to the teams.
A total of 2 hours will be given to each team.
In case you miss/damage some equipment or tool, then you will have to pay fine for that
damage.
You must design the circuit by using the components provided by us. You may not use
any other component/material however in case something got damaged you may request
the organizer to replace the components/parts.
Working space with all tools and equipments will be made available however teams are
free to move at their pace but they have to submit finished/unfinished application and all
other unused parts to the registration desk.
Teams should draw circuit diagram with component value and IC number etc. of the
application depicting all the principles and theories involved in circuit as well as the
working of the application on a sheet.
Other unused components must be submitted within the time limit.
Rules & Guidelines:
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Teams of two participants only can contest for this event.
There will be total 2 rounds.
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First round will be elimination round with objective type questions from fields of
electronics.
Second round will be circuit designing round in which actual application has to be made.
All the rounds are open in nature, means you will be provided question
sheets/components on the registration desk and you need to submit them back within the
specified time limit.
All the components and material required for the circuit will be provided by us.
Power supply and other testing devices like multi-meter, CRO (if needed) and other tools
will be made available.
Circuits are from second semester to fourth semester.
The group which completes circuit design with required output as early as possible will
be declared winner.
Judges decision will be final.
Those who show wrong output they should be directly disqualified.
Faculty Coordinator:
Ms. Udanshiv A. S. - 7276095855
Ms. Narake A. B. - 7276095847
Ms. Ghodke R. R. - 9405404656

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