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© Boardworks Ltd 2010 1 of 11 Output Devices
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 2 of 11 Teacher’s notes included in the Notes Page Flash activity. These activities are not editable. Web addresses Icons key: For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation Functional Skills check Student task accompanies this slide Printable activityVideo Commonly used output devices. The differences in functionality between the main varieties of printer. Outputs that are audible or take the form of signals which control devices. This lesson will cover:
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 3 of 11 Output devices Output devices allow us to harness the processing power of computers to produce the products we require. Can you think of any output devices that have an impact on your daily life?
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 4 of 11 When a computer has finished processing information, the information needs to be output so that it can be used. Monitors: are screens or Visual Display Units (VDUs) display the effects of what the user is doing can vary in size and resolution. Sometimes we just need to see the information on screen or on paper. We can use a monitor or a printer. Printers: produce a paper copy of the user’s work: a ‘hard copy’ come in three main types: laser, inkjet and dot matrix. Some businesses also use plotters. Output devices
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 5 of 11 Visual output – light
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 6 of 11 Inkjet and laser printers
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 7 of 11 Plotters Traditional plotters work by moving pens over the surface of a page. They were originally used for printing technical drawings made up of lines. Modern plotters tend to be big inkjet printers that can print up to A0 in size. They are expensive to buy and run, and they tend to be used by architects, design firms and engineers. This small plotter is fitted with a blade rather than a pen. It can cut letters and nets for 3D shapes like boxes. It is used mostly for craft purposes. Plotters
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 8 of 11 3D printing 3D printers are increasingly being used in many industries. They can produce rapid prototypes or models in very short periods of time. Look at the following video. What uses for 3D printers are there in modern business? 3D printers are quite expensive, but if they become cheaper they could become a common place household item. What uses could 3D printers have in the home? Video courtesy of Boxford Ltd
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 9 of 11 Speakers: are used to output sound, whether it is music or voice vary a lot in quality are built into some monitors. Sometimes we need to hear information, so we use audible output devices. Headphones: work in the same way as speakers can be cordless are used for personal listening. Audible output – sound
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 10 of 11 Sometimes we want to control something, so we send a signal to a motor or to a switch that is part of another device, like a robotic arm or a computerized sewing machine. Can you think of any other output devices in your home and school that are controlled by sending electronic signals? Signal output – control
© Boardworks Ltd 2010 11 of 11 What can you remember?
based on material from Mott,Leeming,Williams Selection and use of output methods, media and devices AQA INFO 1 Section 6.
© Boardworks Ltd of 13 Control Devices Control For more detailed instructions, see the Getting Started presentation. This icon indicates the slide.
A SHORT PREVIEW ON OUTPUT DEVICES
Lesson Objectives To understand what input and output devices are, and how they are used The understand the difference between input and output devices.
Output Devices Maninder Kaur
Input and Output Devices - Outputs. Output devices Output devices are used to get data out of a system. They should be able to do this as accurately.
Input & Output Devices ASHIMA KALRA.
© Boardworks Ltd of 9 Input Devices Hardware This icon indicates that detailed teacher’s notes are available in the Notes Page. For more detailed.
Input Devices Input Devices Output Devices Output Devices BIOS BIOS Input Input Output Output Storage Devices Storage Devices Sequential.
COMPUTER DEVICES Input Devices Output Devices Storage Devices
Output Devices Start.
© Boardworks Ltd of 6 Introduction to Hardware.
© Boardworks Ltd of 14 ICT and Disability.
Output Devices. Output devices allow us to receive information from the computer system Monitor (LCD and TFT) Speakers Plotter Printers (Inkjet and.
Printing Information on a paper is known as “Hard Copy”. There are two main types of printers: - Impact - Non-Impact.
Output devices Objectives: To understand what output devices are.
Output Devices. How many output devices can you name? –Screen (VDU) –Printers (dot-matrix, laser, ink-jet) –Plotter –Speakers –Motors.
Output devices. There is no point in having a computer that can do wonderful things unless it can tell you the results of what it has been doing. This.
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