M99-6 Electronics for Motors and Generators Unit
With the Electronics for Motors and Generators Unit, "M99-6", designed by EDIBON, the student is allowed to learn the most important concepts related to motors and generators and the differences between them.
The Electronics for Motors and Generators Unit, "M99-6", designed by EDIBON, enables to carry out different practices related with motors and generators. The unit has different different types of motors: DC motor, AC motor and stepper motor.
The "M99-6" unit mainly consists of:
- DC Motor. Includes a potentiometer to control the speed of the motor. There is a switch to enable the motor to run. The voltage internally applied to the motor or generated can be observe using the "M+" and "M-" terminals.
- AC Motor. Includes a switch to enable the motor to run. The voltage internally applied to the motor or generated can be observe using the "AC1" and "AC2" terminals.
- Stepper Motor. Includes two switches to control the rotation of the motor. To perform a rotation some determined steps must be carried out.
The unit is provided with a set of practices through which the user will understand how to work different electronics circuits.
Exercises and guided practices
GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL
- DC Motor.
- AC Motor.
- DC Generator.
- AC Generator.
- Stepper motor.