Electric machines 300W
Electrical machines convert electrical energy into mechanical energy or vice versa. A fundamental distinction can be drawn between DC, AC and three-phase machines.
The machines used for training in electrical engineering are designed so that nearly all of the circuitry and drives found in industry, commerce and at home can be conveyed in a didactic fashion in hands-on training. Using the servo drive and braking system it is possible to easily determine all of the relevant data for electrical machines.
EEM 2-3 DC machines 300 W
EEM 3-3 AC machines 300 W
- EEM 3.1-3 Universal motor 300 W.
- EEM 3.3-3 Single-phase induction motor with bifilar starting winding 300 W.
- EEM 3.4-3 Single-phase induction motor with operating and auxiliary capacitor 300 W.
- EEM 3.5-3 Split-pole motor 300 W.
EEM 4-3 Asynchronous machines 300 W
- EEM 4.1-3 Three-phase induction motor with distinct pull-out torque 300 W.
- EEM 4.2-3 Three-phase induction motor with pole-changing according to Dahlander 300 W.
- EEM 4.3-3 Three-phase induction motor pole-changing with 2 separate windings 300 W.
- EEM 4.4-3 Three-phase motor with slip-rings 300 W.
- EEM 4.5-3 Fault simulation on electrical machines 300 W.
- EEM 4.6-3 Protection for electrical machines 300 W.
EEM 5-3 Synchronous machines and mains synchronization; reluctance machines 300 W
- EEM 5.1-3 Synchronous machines 300 W.
- EEM 5.2-3 Mains (grid power) synchronisation 300 W.
- EEM 5.3-3 Three-phase reluctance machine 300 W.
EEM 11-3 Energy-saving drives 300 W
- EEM 11.1-3 Energy efficient drive design 300 W.
- EEM 11.2-3 Use of energy-saving motors 300 W.
- EEM 11.3-3 Energy-savings drives using frequency converters 300 W.