AEL-AE6 Energy Counters Control Trainer

INNOVATIVE SYSTEMS

An energy counter is a device that measures the amount of electric energy consumed by a residence, a business, or an electrically powered device.

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General Description

An energy counter is a device that measures the amount of electric energy consumed by a residence, a business, or an electrically powered device. Electric utilities use electric meters installed at customers' premises to measure electric energy delivered to their customers for billing purposes. They are typically calibrated in billing units, the most common one being the kilowatt hour [kWh].

The AEL-AE6 Energy Counters Control Trainer has been designed by Edibon to study the consumption when a load is connected in AC circuit.

This trainer includes a domestic power supply to simulate the grid. Some resistive loads are included too. They will consume energy that it will be measure in our energy meter.

The AEL-AE6 includes the following modules:

• N-ALI01. Industrial Main Power Supply.

• N-REF. Resistor Load with commutator. (4 units)

• N-MED72. Energy Counter.

Optional module:

In addition, Edibon provides optional software (AEL-AE6/ICAI) to reinforce knowledge about this field. This software is formed by:

• ECM-SOF. EDIBON Classroom Manager (Instructor Software).

• ESL. EDIBON Student Labsoft (Student Software).

The application AEL-AE6 can be mounted on rack (option A) or on rail (option B):

Option A:

This application needs the following racks.

• N-RACK-M.

Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.

Option B:

This application can be mounted on rail.

Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench (Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.

See additional elements at the beginning of the catalogue.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. Identification of the elements of the main power supply.
  2. Checking the main power supply.
  3. Association of resistances in series.
  4. Association of resistances in parallel.
  5. Association of resistances in series and parallel.
  6. To measure the energy consumed by the load with the energy counter.

Quality

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