# CTE Resource Center - Verso - Electronics Systems III TSA Competitive Events Correlation by Task

CTE Resource Center - Verso

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TSA Competitive Events Correlation by Task

In this course, the following tasks/competencies reinforce the standards listed beside them. Teachers may identify additional reinforcements in locally developed instructional materials.

Task/Competency Number Task/Competency Statement Standards
39 Demonstrate adherence to safety procedures and guidelines for using lab tools and equipment. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) ♦ System Control Technology
40 Analyze digital and microprocessor circuit characteristics, using circuit simulation software. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
41 Describe the primary functions of the components of a microprocessor. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
42 Correlate electricity principles to circuitry and microprocessors. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
44 Describe complex direct current (DC) circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
49 Describe the principles of magnetism as applied to electronics and robotics. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics
50 Describe the characteristics of magnetism. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics
51 Identify coil technology. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics
52 Design a coil. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
53 Describe the components of electric motors. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics
54 Describe the design principles and concepts related to electric motors and generators. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
57 Design an electric motor. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
61 Identify types of power supply circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
62 Compare types of rectifier circuits and their functions. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
63 Describe the function of voltage regulators. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design
64 Describe the function of oscillators. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design
66 Describe the function of pulse for control circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design
67 Describe modulation. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design
68 Connect a power supply, using a rectifier circuit. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design
69 Describe digital characteristics, techniques, numbering systems, and binary arithmetic. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
72 Convert between the binary and decimal number systems. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ System Control Technology
73 Describe data representation. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
74 Compare the function of digital logic circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
75 Compare practical logic circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
76 Use Boolean algebra to express logic operations and minimize logic circuits in design. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology
77 Describe the methods used to calculate values in logical expressions. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
78 Design a logic circuit, using Boolean algebra and methods. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
79 Compare the functions of flip-flops and registers. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
80 Describe the operation of memory circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
81 Describe the characteristics of the most commonly used sequential and combinational logic circuits. TSA Competitive Events: System Control Technology
82 Describe the operation and application of binary and binary coded decimal (BCD) counters, shift registers, and other sequential logic circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
83 Develop combinational and sequential logic circuits for an application. TSA Competitive Events: Engineering Design
84 Test digital integrated circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design
85 Troubleshoot digital circuits. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
86 Compare automated system programming options. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
87 Troubleshoot a malfunctioning robot. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
88 Troubleshoot robot programming and control problems. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
89 Describe emerging technologies in robotics. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
90 Implement basic programming procedures. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology
91 Program an automated system. TSA Competitive Events: Animatronics ♦ Engineering Design ♦ System Control Technology