AEL-FTM Transparent and Functional Motors Application

TRANSPARENT AND FUNCTIONAL MOTORS APPLICATION - AEL-FTM

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The Transparent and Functional Motors Application "AEL-FTM" has been designed by Edibon for the formation at theoretical-practical and functional levels about the electric rotating machines.

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General Description

The Transparent and Functional Motors Application "AEL-FTM" has been designed by Edibon for the formation at theoretical-practical and functional levels about the electric rotating machines.

This application offers several study options which will provide the user of the knowledge, at a functional level, of the electric motors. For this purpose, the application includes a specific manual explaining, at theoretical level, the relative aspects to the electric machines. The theme covers from the parts that form different types of electric machines to how their operations are. Furthermore, a set of both optional transparent motors and modules are provided for the study of the same from a practical point of view.

The AEL-FTM offers a series of optional electric transparent motors: DC Machine with Independent Excitation, DC Series Excitation Motor-Generator, DC Machine with Shunt Excitation, DC Compound Excitation Motor-Generator, DC Independent Shunt-Series-Compound Excitation Motor-Generator, AC Synchronous Three-Phase Motor Alternator, Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage, Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor with Wound Rotor, Dahlander Three-Phase Motor, Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds, Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting Capacitor, Universal Motor, Permanent Magnet DC Motor, Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting and Running Capacitor, Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage with "Y" Connection, Brushless Motor, Stepper Motor, Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase, Three-Phase Reluctance Motor, Single-Phase Shaded Pole Motor.

In addition, a set of modules are recommended with each electric machine in order to put into operation each one. Besides, it is possible to visualize in dynamic regime the inside of each transparent motor through the stroboscope.

One of the advantages of this application is that is included a stroboscope to visualize the rotor in operation. This technique is employed frequently in the industry to calibrate or repair the equipment. Besides, with the modules which are offered in each option, can be done speed regulation tests and in some cases to study the drop voltage produced by the loads.

The basic equipment of AEL-FTM is formed by the following modules:

• N-ALI01. Industrial Main Power Supply.

• N-MED65. Digital Multimeter. (2 units)

• STRO. Stroboscope.

Optional motors to be acquired:

Option 1: Study of DC Independent Excitation Motor-Generator.

• EMT1-T. Transparent and Functional DC Independent Excitation Motor-Generator.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option). (2 units).

Option 2: Study of DC Series Excitation Motor-Generator.

• EMT2-T. Transparent and Functional DC Series Excitation Motor-Generator.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 3: Study of DC Shunt Excitation Motor-Generator.

• EMT3-T. Transparent and functional DC Shunt Excitation Motor-Generator.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 4: Study of DC Compound Excitation Motor-Generator.

• EMT4-T. Transparent and Functional DC Compound Excitation Motor-Generator.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 5: Study of all connections of DC Machines.

• EMT5-T. Transparent and Functional DC Independent Shunt-Series Compound Excitation Motor-Generator.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option). (2 units)

Option 6: Study of AC Synchronous Three-Phase Motor Alternator.

• EMT6-T. Transparent and Functional AC Synchronous Three-Phase Motor Alternator.

• EMT7. Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

• N-REFT. Three-Phase Resistor Load with Commutator.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 7: Study of Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage.

• EMT7-T. Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 8: Study of Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor with Wound Rotor.

• EMT8-T. Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor with Wound Rotor.

• N-REVT. Three-Phase Variable Resistor.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 9: Study of Dahlander Three-Phase Motor.

• EMT9-T. Transparent and Functional of Dahlander Three-Phase Motor.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 10: Study of Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds.

• EMT10-T. Transparent and Functional of Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 11: Study of Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting Capacitor.

• EMT11-T. Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting Capacitor.

Option 12: Study of Universal Motor.

• EMT12-T. Transparent and Functional Universal Motor.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

• N-REV. Variable Resistor.

Option 13: Study of Permanent Magnet DC Motor.

• EMT15-T. Transparent and Functional Permanent Magnet DC Motor.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 14: Study of Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting and Running Capacitor.

• EMT16-T. Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting and Running Capacitor.

Option 15: Study of Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage with "Y" Connection.

• EMT17-T. Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage with "Y" Connection.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 16: Study of Brushless Motor.

• EMT18-T. Transparent and Functional Brushless Motor.

• N-ALI03. AC Auxiliary Power Supply.

Option 17: Study of Stepper Motor.

• EMT19-T. Transparent and Functional Stepper Motor.

• N-ALI03. AC Auxiliary Power Supply.

• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 18: Study of Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase.

• EMT20-T. Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 19: Study of Three-Phase Reluctance Motor.

• EMT21-T. Transparent and Functional Three-Phase Reluctance Motor.

• N-VVCA/M. AC Motor Speed Controller (Intermediate option).

Option 20: Study of Single-Phase Shaded Pole Motor.

• EMT22-T. Transparent and Functional Single-Phase Shaded Pole Motor.

Additional and recommended brakes to be chosen to study these motors:

• FREND. Dynamo Brake.

• DI-FRE. Pendular Dynamo Brake.

• FRECP. Eddy Current Brake. This brake requires the DC Motor Speed Controller (N-VVCC/M).

• FRENP. Magnetic Powder Brake.

• FRE-FE. Electronic Brake.

• FREPR. Prony brake.

Additional and recommended measurement module:

• N-EAL. Network Analyzer Unit.

Expansion learning software:

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

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

• ESL-SOF. EDIBON Student Labsoft (Student Software).

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

Option A:

This application needs the following racks.

• N-RACK-M. (2 units).

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.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. Some practical possibilities with Option 1: Transparent and Functional DC Independent Excitation Motor-Generator.
    1. Wiring and starting of DC independent excitation motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of DC current motors.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. DC machine turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  2. Some practical possibilities with Option 2: Transparent and Functional DC Motor-Generator with Series Excitation.
    1. Wiring and starting of DC independent excitation motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of DC current motors.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. DC machine turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  3. Some practical possibilities with Option 3: Transparent and Functional DC Motor-Generator with Shunt Excitation.
    1. Wiring and starting of DC independent excitation motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of DC current motors.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. DC machine turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  4. Some practical possibilities with Option 4: Transparent and Functional DC Motor-Generator with Compound Excitation.
    1. Wiring and starting of DC independent excitation motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of DC current motors.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. DC machine turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  5. Some practical possibilities with Option 5: Transparent and Functional DC Motor-Generator with Series-Shunt-Compound Excitation.
    1. Wiring and starting of DC independent excitation motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of DC current motors.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. DC machine turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  6. Some practical possibilities with Option 6: Transparent and Functional AC Synchronous Three-Phase Motor-Alternator.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the AC Synchronous Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Study of drop voltage of Synchronous Motor with load.
  7. Some practical possibilities with Option 7: Transparent and Functional Three-Phase Asynchronous Motor of Squirrel Cage.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Three-Phase Asynchronous Motor of Squirrel Cage.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Three-Phase Asynchronous Motor of Squirrel Cage.
  8. Some practical possibilities with Option 8: Transparent and Functional Three-Phase Asynchronous Motor of Wound Rotor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Three-Phase Asynchronous Motor of Wound Rotor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Three-Phase Asynchronous Motor of Wound Rotor.
  9. Some practical possibilities with Option 9: Transparent and Functional Three-Phase Dahlander Motor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Three-Phase Dahlander Motor tor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Three-Phase Dahlander Motor Rotor.
    7. Manual speed variation of a Dahlander motor.
  10. Some practical possibilities with Option 10: Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds.
    7. Manual speed variation of an Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Two Independent Speeds.
  11. Some practical possibilities with Option 11: Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting Capacitor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting Capacitor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting Capacitor.
  12. Some practical possibilities with Option 12: Transparent and Functional Universal Motor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Universal Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Universal Motor.
  13. Some practical possibilities with Option 13: Transparent and Functional Permanent Magnet DC Motor.
    1. Wiring and starting of Permanent Magnet DC Motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of Permanent Magnet DC Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Permanent Magnet DC Motor turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  14. Some practical possibilities with Option 14: Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting and Running Capacitor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting and Running Capacitor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Starting and Running Capacitor.
  15. Some practical possibilities with Option 15: Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage with "Y" Connection.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Asynchronous Three-Phase Motor of Squirrel Cage.
  16. Some practical possibilities with Option 16: Transparent and Functional Brushless Motor.
    1. Wiring and starting of Brushless Motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of Brushless Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Brushless Motor turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  17. Some practical possibilities with Option 17: Transparent and Functional Stepper Motor.
    1. Wiring and starting of Stepper Motor.
    2. Study of the control parameters of Stepper Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Stepper Motor turning direction control.
    7. Excitation current control.
  18. Some practical possibilities with Option 18: Transparent and Functional Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase.
  19. Some practical possibilities with Option 19: Transparent and Functional Three-Phase Reluctance Motor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Three-Phase Reluctance Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Three-Phase Reluctance Motor.
  20. Some practical possibilities with Option 20: Transparent and Functional Single-Phase Shaded Pole Motor.
    1. Checking the main power supply.
    2. Wiring and starting the Single-Phase Shaded Pole Motor.
    3. Visualization of the rotor rotating.
    4. Visualization of the internal elements of the motor.
    5. Usage of the stroboscope for the static visualization of the rotor.
    6. Manual reversing operations of the Single-Phase Shaded Pole Motor.

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