The 0.2 kW Electromechanical Training Systems (EMS) are part of a modular instructional program designed to teach electric power technology through laboratory observations. The program, divided in four subsystems, deals with the different techniques associated with the generation and use of electrical energy. The subsystems cover the common machines, and each subsystem is offered with its courseware presented in a student manual.
Each subsystem is available as a package that consists of the equipment necessary to perform the laboratory exercises presented in the correlated student manual.
Features & Benefits
Sturdy workstations and modules constructed of heavy-gauge steel, finished in baked enamel
Cutaway bell housings to permit visual inspection of the internal construction and observation of the machine during operation
The shaft of each machine has a concave and slotted end to facilitate the use of tachometers, holding brakes, plugging switches, or inertia wheels
Metering modules are designed to cover the complete range of required measurements with a minimum number of meters
System conception and load components simplify calculations required in the learning process
Safe: all electrical components can be interconnected without electric shock hazard as all live parts of the plugs are concealed and insulated
Estimated total program duration: approximately 150 hours