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didactic international
general catalogue
Alecop Didactic International – ADI - is the international marketing arm of Alecop which promotes and
supports Alecop products throughout the world.
Alecop was born with the vision of connect two complementary worlds: the study and the work.
Since its beginning, Alecop has developed applied theoretical studies and experiences of alternation in
study-work. In Alecop, we design classrooms and build adjusted machinery in order to qualify and make
easy the student’s integration at the labour market.
We hope this catalogue is understood in this integral service context, and that you will be able to share
with us any requirement considered as relevant and not collected in this volume; for improving the offer
of educational matter to the youth around the world.
Thank you very much.
José Antonio Yeregui
Manager Director
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Our solutions are designed by Engineers for Engineers and all
incorporate the most modern technologies.
To educate Engineers effectively they need to have access to
real equipment.
‘Hands-on’ training is therefore the key to success but
wherever possible, to both enhance the learning experience and
to improve its cost effectiveness, we have included software
which can be used locally or remotely. Comprehensive manuals
and courseware are included.
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working with you, from the planning and specification stage through
its implementation, to ensure your laboratories are equipped with the
best solutions to provide the most motivating environment for your
students - the next generation of Engineers.
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index
1.
Automotive engineering
page 12 Introduction
page 14 Electricity-Electronics
page 30 Engines
page 38 Transmission and braking systems
page42 Air-conditioning Systems
page 46 Auxiliary Electrical Systems
page 54 Software
2.
Mechanical manufacturing systems
page 58 Laboratory approach
page 60 Lathes
page 68 Milling machines
page 74 Software CNC
page 80 Virtual Machines
page 84 Injection molding machine
3.
Analog electronics, digital and
microprogrammers
page 88 The teaching dice system
page 92 Basic electronic teaching equipment
page94Analysis software, circuit simulation and design
page 96 Electronics microprogrammable
4.
Electrical engineering
page102 Laboratory approach
page104 Circuit analysis
page106 Electrostatics and electromagnetism
page108 Three-phase systems
page110 Transformation of electric current
page112 Introduction to electric machinery
5.
Electrical machines
page116 Laboratory approach
page118 BEM 199
page132 Automation
page135 Transformers
page136 Machines
page138 Construction of transformers
page140 SEGUMAC
page142 VIRTOOL VirMaq
6.
Power electronics
page146 Introduction
page148 The module support
page149 Assembly and power supply system
page150 Controlled and uncontrolled rectification (EP1/EP2)
page152 Switching power devices (EP3)
page154 DC/DC and AC/DC converters, choppers and inverters (EP4/EP5)
page156 Speed and current regulation accessories (EP6)
page157 Self-drive synchronous motor regulation
accessories (EP7)
page158 Electrical machines, charges and braking system
7.
Regulation and control systems
page 162 Laboratory approach
page 164 Study of speed and position control
processes Serie 540
page 166 Study of temperature control processes
Serie 540
page 168 Study of level processes and flow Serie 540
page 170 Study of physical magnitude sensors
Serie 540
index
8.
Electronic control of electrical machines
page 1
74 Equipment proposal
page 1
76 Electronic speed regulation of DC SCR motors
page 1
78 Electronic speed regulation of alternating
current motors
page 1
80 Electronic regulation of Brushless motor speed
page 1
81 Failure programming and repair system
page 1
82 Electrical machines and braking systems
9.
Advanced building systems
page186 SIVODAC environment
page188 Telephone Systems
page190 Telematics systems
page192 TV Antennas
page194 Digital Home
page196 PA Systems
page198 Remote Labs
10.
KAPTORIS data acquisition system
page202 Kaptoris
11.
Renewable energy and energy efficiency
page208 Solar photovoltaic
page211 Wind power
page214 Solar thermal
12.
Laboratory furniture
page218 Introduction
page220 Table settings
page222 Supply systems
page224 Table-mounted frames and fixtures
page225 Compatibility tables
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automotive
engineering
The Alecop offer shows the vehicle divided into independent
systems for a deep knowledge of each part: electricity,
electronics, brakes, transmission, motor, engine, softwares and
equipments.
The main objective is that the student becomes familiar with
the real vehicle mechanisms in order that his subsequent
insertion into the working market becomes the most successful
possible.
Introduction
page 12
Electricity-Electronics
page 14
page 16
page 20
page 24
page 28
page 18
page 22
page 26
page 30
page 38
page 42
ADA-306 Multiplexed CAN-LIN buses
ADA-307 Hybrid vehicle application
EAU-960 Petrol Injection Motor
EAU-961 Diesel Injection Engine
EAU-963 ABS/EDS/ESP trainer
EAU-964 Air conditioning trainer
Auxiliary Electrical Systems
page 46
page 50
ADA-305 Actuator application
ADA Engine
Air-conditioning Systems
ADA-303 Application of sensors
ADA-304 Application of ECU
Transmission and braking systems
ADA-300 Application of electricity
ADA-301 Application of electronics
Engines
page 34
Classroom-Workshop
EAU-962 Systems with Multiplexing
XENON headlights trainer
Software
page 54
SIRVAUT
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Automotive engineering
page 12
Introduction
classroom-workshop
CLASSROOM
We introduce the elements that constitute a study classroom. Here, we
will pass on basic concepts of electricity and electronics applied to the
car. The student will exercise with equipments of the ADA SERIE.
ADA301
electronics
ADA300
ADA ENGINE
electricity
self-diagnosis
ADA303
ADA304
sensors
UCE control
ADA306
CAN-LIN multiplex bus
ADA307
hybrid vehicle
ADA305
actuator
Auxiliary equipment
polyvalent
workshops
classrooms
Working benches, engines support,
Furniture, spotlights, multimedia
blackboard, cupboards, etc...
weldins equipment, several tools.
Automotive engineering
Introduction
page 13
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WORKSHOP
Here, we create an educational structure around the world of the car industry in
which we could fi nd all the systems of a real vehicle (the EAU SERIE), as well as
practising with real car components.
EAU962
multiplex electronic
systems
EAU964
air-conditioning
trainer
EAU963
ABS/EDS/ESP
trainer
EAU961
EAU960
direct diesel injection
gas injection
XENON
headlight trainer
electromechanics
bodywork
laboratory
Auxiliary mechanic equipment,
Painting and drying cabins. Preparation
Diagnosis instruments, tests bank,
frame, steering alignment system,
areas, mounting support, meters,
fumes extractor...
balancing machines, dismantle
several tools, cleaning cabins, protection
tyres, etc.
equipment.
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Automotive engineering
page 14
Electricity-Electronics
ADA 300
Application of electricity for
automotive
Equipment to study basic automotive
electricity.
BASIC ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
Ref.: 9EQ300AA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ300AA3C - 115 V
The purpose of this equipment is to familiarise students, in a
flexible way, with basic electricity in general and, more specifically,
its application in cars. The application can be used to analyse and
check different basic electric circuits as well as their components
without wasting any time on assembly and dismantling. The
configuration of the circuit to be analysed is carried out quickly by
means of connection bridges. The equipment enables also the
generation of faults in several of the circuit’s components. However,
if you want to extend some activities, the application has a
complementary circuit assembly board. This board enables electric/
electronic elements to be interconnected (resistances, capacitors,
diodes, etc.) in a quick and easy way without the need to solder
the components, making it possible to reuse the components for
several different assemblies.
Automotive engineering
Electricity-Electronics
page 15
Technical specifications
• Incorporates the following components/circuits:
- Power circuit: Alternating current (AC) and direct
current (DC).
- Circuit with lamps: Parallel, series, mixed, lamps
with different powers.
- Circuit with resistances: Parallel, series, mixed,
linear and logarithmic potentiometer.
- Circuit with relay.
- Circuit with different conductor materials:
copper,nichrome and constantan.
- Full wave/half wave rectifier circuit.
- Circuits with capacitors: filter, power store.
- Circuit with logic gates.
• Test points to take measurements on the different
circuits.
• Accessibility to all components for analysis under
voltage or without voltage.
• Possibility of generating disfunctions in components
of the equipment.
• Possibility of doing different electric/electronic
assemblies on a proto-board.
• Measurements: 446 x 270 x 100 mm.
Skills to be developed
Contents to be studied
• Using equipment to measure electric/electronic
components and circuits and interpret the data
obtained with the multimeter and the oscilloscope.
• Checking electric/electronic components not
undervoltage and under voltage.
• Analysing basic electric/electronic circuits and linking
them to car components.
• Assembling basic electric/electronic circuits.
• Running diagnostics and repairing simple faults in
car electric/electronic systems.
• AC/ DC power supply.
• Batteries: Characteristic. Association of batteries in
series and in parallel.
• Lamps. Identification. Association of lamps.
• Ohm’s law: voltage, current, resistance.
• Association of resistances in series and in parallel.
• Characteristics of linear and logarithmic
potentiometers.
• Electric power.
• Conductor materials: Copper, nichrome and
constantan.
• Study of capacitors in DC: Filter, power store.
• Binary logic: AND, OR, EXOR, NOT, NOR and NAND.
• Full wave/Half wave rectification, filtering with
capacitor.
• Components: Resistances, capacitors, diodes, leds,
potentiometers, lamps, relays.
Equipment composition
• ADA300 panel.
• User’s manual.
• Manual of practical activities.
• Wires with different conductor materials.
• Electric/electronic components to assemble
complementary circuits.
• Accessories store.
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Automotive engineering
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA 301
Application of electronics
for automotive
Equipment to study the electronics applied in
automobiles.
Ref.: 9EQ301AA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ301AA3C - 115 V
The ignition circuit has been taken as the common theme
throughout the process of teaching applied electronics in the
automobile. This circuit has undergone significant improvements
throughout history until reaching the current solutions which are
largely derived from the use of electronics. This has been one of
the reasons why we have decided to base part of the study of
electronics for the car industry on this real automobile application.
The application has different electronic circuits which can be
combined together to assemble the different systems used in
designing ignition circuits:
• Ignition spark generation using a switch.
• Ignition spark generation using a transistor circuit.
• Ignition spark generation using a condenser discharge system.
Automotive engineering
Electricity-Electronics
page 17
Technical characteristics
• Incorporates the electronic blocks which are
necessary to analyse the following circuits:
- Power pack
- Circuit to generate sparks using a switch
- Multi-vibrator circuit or square signal generator.
- Circuit to generate sparks using a transistor.
- Circuit to generate sparks using a condenser
discharge system.
- Power circuit for a CC motor.
- Circuit to vary the speed of a CC motor
- Circuit to vary the luminosity in the lights.
• Test points to take measurements on the different
circuits.
• Accessibility to all the electronic components for
analysis under voltage or without voltage.
• Possibility of generating disfunctions in different
components of the equipment.
• Possibility of doing different electronic assemblies
on a proto-board.
• Measurements: 446 x 270 x 100 mm.
Skills to be developed
Contents to be studied
• Using equipment to measure electronic components
and circuits and interpret the data obtained with
the multimeter and the oscilloscope.
• Checking electronic components not under voltage
and under voltage.
• Analysing general electronic circuits and linking
them to car components.
• Assembling basic electronic circuits.
• Running diagnostics and repairing simple faults in
car electronic systems.
• Study and checking the operation of different
electronic components: Diode, transistor, zener
diode, thyristor.
• Basic study of the different ignition systems used in
cars.
• Circuit which inverts the polarity of the current in the
transistor ignition circuit.
• Current amplifying circuit.
• Integrated circuit: NE555 Multi-vibrator.
• Rectifier circuit.
• Generation of variable time signals.
• Generation of high voltages starting from low voltage.
• Condenser discharge circuit on coil primer.
• Voltage variation applied to a device (engine, lamp,
and valve).
Equipment composition
• ADA301 Panel.
• User’s manual.
• Manual of practical activities.
• 12V cc motor.
• 12V/6w light.
• Electronic components to assemble complementary
circuits.
• Accessory store
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA 303
Application of sensors for
automotive
Equipment for the study of sensor in a car.
Ref.: 9EQ303AA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ303AA3C - 115 V
Equipment conceived to study different sensors, depending on technologies, types ofregulation, capturing
parameters and means of transmission of information used in the different electrical electronic systems which
can be found at present in a vehicle. Thanks to these sensors the electronic systems receive information of the
physical and or chemical magnitudes necessary through the ECU in order to make the calculations required to
start the different actuators working. The actuators will be in charge of producing the physical variations which
make the different electromechanical components of the vehicle work. The equipment has 12 sensors, similar
to those actually used in the car (CKP-CMP-MAF- MAP etc.) through which and thanks to the combination of
different technologies used in their construction a high number vehicle sensors can be studied. Some of the signal
reception elements can be connected to the UCE ADA304 application, and along with the ADA305 actuator they
make the equipment form a complete electronic control system.
Automotive engineering
Electricity-Electronics
page 19
Technical characteristics
• Autonomous equipment for the study of sensors in a
car.
• The equipment includes sensors using different
types of technology:
- Crankshaft position sensor: inductive.
- Camshaft sensor: Hall.
- Steering column sensor (position, speed): Optical.
- Light sensor: Optical.
- Parking distance sensor: Ultrasound.
- MAP collector absolute pressure system:
Piezoresistive.
- Lateral acceleration sensor for electronic stability
control: Capacitive.
- Air quality sensor: MOS (Metal Oxide Semiconductor).
- Accelerator pedal position sensor APP: inductive.
- KS Knock sensors: Piezoelectric.
- Air mass sensor MAF: Hot wire.
- IAT air temperature admission sensor: NTC
Resistive.
• The communication of the sensors with the outside is
carried out by different means:
- Digital output.
- Analogue Output.
- Communication by CAN bus.
- Communication by LIN bus.
• Each sensor has information printed on it about:
- The technology used.
- Type of output generated.
- Physical shape of the sensor in the vehicle.
• Testing points protected against possible incorrect
manipulations, for carrying out measurements at the
different points of the circuit.
• Possibility of generating faulty situations in the signal
sent by the sensors to the ECU, enabling the analysis
of malfunction in the system.
• Possibility of connecting various sensors to the ECU
control unit panel ADA304.
• Measurements: 446 x270 x100 mm.
Training to be carried out
• Analysis of the working of the different sensors and
their association in the different automobile systems.
• Testing electrical/electronic signals without voltage
and under voltage.
• Diagnosis of faults in the sensors: Lack of supply,
broken sensor, short circuit to mass or to positive of
the sensor, failure in the bus of communication of the
sensor (CAN-LIN) etc.
• Instrumentation handling: Oscilloscope, Polymeter.
Equipment composition
• ADA303 Panel.
• User manual.
• Practise activity manual.
• Accessories: Syringe and plastic tubes.
• Accessory store.
Contents to study
• Technologies used in sensor design.
• Types and characteristics of sensors.
• Types outputs (analogue, digital, CAN bus, LIN bus).
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA 304
ECU electronic control unit
Equipment for the study of electronic control
systems in a car
Ref.: 9EQ304AA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ304AA3C - 115 V
Equipment to study how the electronic control unit (ECU) of a petrol engine works with a multipoint sequential
injection system and static ignition. The equipment enables, by means of a series of potentiometers, different
operation conditions to be simulated (amount and air mass, temperature, rpm, cooling temperature etc.) which
the ECU, depending on the programming, uses to carry out the necessary calculations and make the different
system actuators work (injectors, coils, air fl ow valve, electrofan, etc). Input and output signals can be adjusted
independently. Nevertheless, to avoid malfunctions (unlikely) on the injected system, an AUT mode has been
implemented where the sensor signals evolves depending on the programmed algorithm thus allowing the student
to quickly begin to understand how the injection system works. Similarly, it incorporates the auto-diagnosis system
which alongside the DD-Car software allows the student to become familiar with auto-diagnosis techniques.
Automotive engineering
Electricity-Electronics
page 21
Technical characteristics
• Stand-alone equipment that incorporates the
simulation of the following sensors and actuators:
- SENSORS: Air mass sensor, air admission temperature, crankshaft position, camshaft
position, accelerator pedal position, coolant
temperature, wide band Lambda sensor, absolute
pressure sensor and vibration sensor.
- ACTUATORS: Gas injectors, gas valves, spark
plugs, Turbo electrovalve and MAL (Malfunction
Indicator Lamp).
• Sensor and actuator communication with the ECU
by different types of signal; analogue, digital,
multiplexing buses CAN and LIN.
• Testing points protected against possible incorrect
manipulations, for carrying out measurements at the
different points of the circuit.
• Possibility of generating malfunctions in the signal
sent by the sensors to the ECU.
• Automatic or individual operation of the sensors
(AUT/IND).
• Reprogramming function (Flash ) of the ECU as a
Turbo motor or Atmospheric.
• Auto-diagnosis function implemented in the ECU.
• Possibility of disconnecting the sensors/actuators
simulated in the panel and of connecting the real
sensors/ actuators of the ADA303 and ADA305
applications
• Measurements: 446 x270 x100 mm.
Training to be carried out
• Analysis of how the electronic injection control unit
works on an ECU- Motor .
• Analysis of the ECU input signals.
• Analysis of the ECU output signals.
• Testing electrical/electronic signals with without
voltage and under voltage.
• Handling of auto-diagnosis tools: DD-Car.
• Fault Diagnosis: Broken sensor, failure in the
communication bus (CAN-LIN), etc.
• Testing of sensors and actuators using an
autodiagnosis tool.
• Instrumentation handling: Oscilloscope, Polymeter.
AUTO-DIAGNOSIS SOFTWARE
Equipment composition
• ADA304 Panel.
• User manual.
• Practise activity manual.
• DD-Car auto-diagnosis software.
• Accessory Store.
Contents to study
• ECU Sensor inputs: types, characteristics etc.
• Actuator outputs from the ECU: types, characteristics
etc.
• Internal architecture of an electronic control unit.
• Working of an electronic injection control unit,
injection control algorithms.
• Injection time and ignition time (ignition angle and
DWELL angle).
• Types and characteristics of sensor/actuator signals:
Analogue, digital, multiplexing buses (CAN and LIN).
• Auto-diagnosis in electronic injection systems, failure
EOBD codes.
• Reprogramming (Flash) of the electronic control unit.
• Digital /Analogue and Analogue/ Digital conversion.
DD-Car is a Diagnosis Teaching Tool prepared to work with the ADA304. Working with DD-Car will allow the
student to become familiar with the operation of auto-diagnosis consoles on the market allowing their
adaptation to any of them to be quicker and easier, in addition testing can be carried out without the risk
entailed on working directly on the systems of the vehicles. The following functions can be made:
• Reading and deleting the breakdown code.
• Reading of values and analysis in real time of the operation of the system.
• Activation of the actuators.
• ECU Programming (fl ash).
• Carrying out basic adjustments in the system.
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA 305
Actuator application for the
automotive industry
Equipment for the study of actuators in a car
Ref.: 9EQ305AA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ305AA3C - 115 V
Equipment conceived to study different actuators, depending on technologies, types of regulation and means of
control used in the different systems which can be found at present in a vehicle. These actuators are controlled
from the electronic control unit ECU based on control algorithms programmed on the unit, which are responsible
for making the system respond to the variation required for the behaviour of the vehicle. The equipment has 10
actuators, similar to the ones in use at present in a car (spark plug, injector, step motor, canister valve, etc.),
through which, and thanks to the combination of different technologies they use and of the different means of
control, they allow a high number of vehicle actuators to be studied. Some of the equipment actuators can be
controlled from application UCE ADA304, and can together with the ADA303 sensor equipment form a complete
control system.
Automotive engineering
Electricity-Electronics
page 23
Technical characteristics
• Autonomous equipment for the study of actuators in
a car .
• The actuators included in the equipment are:
- Ignition coil with incorporated spark.
- Electromagnetic injector .
- DC Motor: Open loop speed control and closed
loop control position potenciometre on the shaft.
- Cooling fan: Analogue or series resistance speed
control.
- Electrovalve: All/Nothing Control (ON/OFF) and
linear control by means of Pulse Width Modulation
(PWM).
- Electromagnet: ON/OFF Control.
- Windscreen washer motor pump: Motor pump
control in both directions.
- Step Motor: Two working speeds.
- Actuators related with lighting: Position-brake light,
emergency warning lights, lights on warning.
- Acoustic actuator, piezoelectric buzzer: Actuation
of the same with two different tones.
• The control technologies implemented are:
- Digital control.
- Analogue Control.
- Control by CAN bus.
- Control by pulse width modulation PWM.
• Testing points protected against possible incorrect
manipulations, for carrying out measurements at the
different points of the circuit.
• Possibility of controlling various actuators from the
control unit ECU-ADA304.
• Measurements: 446 x270 x100 mm.
Training to be carried out
• Analysis of how the different actuators work.
• Testing electrical/electronic signals with without
voltage and under voltage.
• Diagnosis of faults in the actuators: Lack of supply,
actuator broken, short circuit to mass or to actuation
positive, failure in the communication bus of the
actuator (CAN-LIN).
• Instrumentation handling: Oscilloscope, Polymeter.
Equipment composition
• ADA305 Panel.
• User manual.
• Practise activity manual.
• Accessory store.
Contents to study
• Technologies used in the actuator design.
• Types and characteristics of actuators.
• Types actuator control systems (analogue, digital,
CAN bus, LIN bus).
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA Engine
With Auto-diagnosis
Auto-diagnosis in electronic
injection systems EOBD. Study
of the sensors, power units and
actuators applied to the car.
By means of connecting the ADA303 application sensors
and the ADA305 actuators to the UCE ADA304, the
injection system of a basic atmospheric or turbo engine
can be simulated. Then, in this engine we can observe,
through the auto-diagnosis DD-Car, how the engine
parameters process is changing in a real time. One of
the main features of this set of equipments is that it can
be adapted to all the formative requirements and needs,
as required. On one hand, the individual acquisition of
each equipment allows us to work and study each group
of components on an individual basis; ADA 303 study of
the sensors, ADA 304 study of the control unities with
auto-diagnosis and ADA 305 study of the car actuators.
Developing in each case the analysis abilities, checking
and diagnosis. The acquisition of the three equipments,
in which all the components are accessible and very
easy to recognize (sensors, UCE, actuators), and where
the student himself will have to assemble and operating
the fuel injection system in an interconnected
way, carrying out manually the electrical-electronical
association of all the components required (sensors,
UCE, actuators). So that the student is a very active
element in the learning process, aware at every moment
of the steps he has to carry out to make the system
operate correctly, so that the student himself checks very
rapidly, directly and visually the work he has done. A very
important point to underline is that the student will be
able to carry out a very fast and real introduction to the
auto-diagnosis through the DD-CAR software, seeing in
real time the variation of the parameters of the sensors,
the reading and deleting of the breakdown code, the
activating, programming and basic adjustments, all of
which controlled by the current EOBD norm. The work
with DD-CAR will allow that the student get accustomed
with the running of auto-diagnosis consoles of the
market, so that he can adapt to any one of them very
rapidly after having worked with the above-mentioned
software.
Automotive engineering
Technical characteristics
• Set of equipments that allows working with real or
simulated sensors applied to the current car, making
possible a rapidly and visually observation of the
running as a whole of many electrical-electronical
components of a generic injection system (fuel or
current diesel).
• Sensor and actuator communication with the ECU
by different types of signal; analogue, digital,
multiplexing buses CAN and LIN.
• Testing points protected against possible incorrect
manipulations, for carrying out measurements at the
different points of the circuit.
• Possibility of generating malfunctions in the signal
sent by the sensors to the ECU.
• Reprogramming function (Flash) of the ECU as a
Turbo motor or Atmospheric.
• Auto-diagnosis function implemented in the ECU.
• Possibility of disconnecting the sensors/actuators
simulated in the panel and of connecting the real
sensors/ actuators of the ADA303 and ADA305
applications.
• Measurements: 446 x 270 x 100 mm.
Electricity-Electronics
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AUTO-DIAGNOSIS
Software
DD-Car is a Diagnosis Teaching Tool prepared to
work with the ADA304. Working with DD-Car will allow
the student to become familiar with the operation of
auto-diagnosis consoles on the market allowing their
adaptation to any of them to be quicker and easier ,
in addition testing can be carried out without the risk
entailed on working directly on the systems of the
vehicles.
The following functions can be made:
• Reading and deleting the breakdown code.
• Reading of values and analysis in real time of the
operation of the system.
• Activation of the actuators.
• ECU Programming (flash).
• Carrying out basic adjustments in the system.
Equipment composition
• Sensor application, ADA303.
• ECU application, ADA304.
• Actuator application, ADA305.
• User manual.
• Practise activity manual.
Contents to study
• Technologies used in the sensor design.
• Types and characteristics of sensors.
• ECU Sensor inputs: types, characteristics, etc.
• Technologies used in the actuator design.
• Types and characteristics of actuators.
• Actuator outputs from the ECU: types, characteristics,
etc.
• Internal architecture of an electronic control unit.
• Working of an electronic injection control unit, injection
control algorithms.
• Injection time and ignition time (ignition angle and
DWELL angle).
• Types and characteristics of sensor/actuator signals:
Analogue, digital, multiplexing buses (CAN and LIN).
• Auto-diagnosis in electronic injection systems, failure
EOBD codes.
• Reprogramming (Flash) of the electronic control unit.
• Digital /Analogue and Analogue/ Digital conversion.
Training to be
carried out
• Analysis of the working of the
different sensors and their
association in the different
automobile systems.
• Testing electrical/electronic signals
without voltage and under voltage.
• Diagnosis of faults in the sensors: Lack of supply,
broken sensor, short circuit to mass or to positive of the
sensor, failure in the bus of communication of the sensor
(CANLIN) etc.
• Analysis of how the electronic injection control unit
works on an ECU-Motor.
• Analysis of the ECU input signals.
• Handling of auto-diagnosis tools: DD-Car.
• Testing of sensors and actuators using an autodiagnosis tool.
• Instrumentation handling: Oscilloscope, Polymeter.
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA 306
Automotive multiplexed
CAN-LIN buses
Equipment for conceptual study of the data
networks and multiplexing in the car.
CENTRAL LOCKING • ELECTRIC WINDOWS • AIRBAG
Ref.: 9EQ306AA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ306AA3C - 115 V
The objective of this equipment is to familiarise the student with
data and multiplex networks. The information is transmitted by
means of two buses: CAN (Controller Area Network, ISO 118983 or ISO 11519-2 specification) and LIN (Local Interconnect
Network).
The equipment allows the operation of the two buses
implemented in real mode and in slow mode to be analysed. This
latter mode allows analysis how the series data transmission,
employed in all multiplexed buses, operates in a simple and very
didactic way. In the real mode the two buses operate at real speed
(125 Kbits/sec for the CAN and 19200 bits/sec for the LIN) whilst
the slow mode can operate at 1 bits/sec or at 5 bits/sec. while
makes it easy to analyse the data which has been sent.
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Technical characteristics
• Implementation of multiplexed comfort bus with CAN
ISO 11898-3 line which is tolerant to faults at 125
Kbits/sec.
• Implementation of switch and electric window control
in the vehicle doors with LIN bus at 19200 bits/sec.
• Test points in the different lines of the buses.
• Possibility of generating dysfunctions in the different
buses:
- Short circuits to battery and to earth.
- Short circuits between the lines.
- Cuts in the lines.
- Simulation of faults in the control units l.
• Real or slow operation selection switch. It allows
analysis of operation with an oscilloscope (real
operation) or using a multimeter (slow operation).
• In slow mode, display of the different frames which
are circulating in the buses on alphanumerical
displays in hexadecimal notation.
• Possibility of CAN communication using optical fibre.
It substitutes the conventional wiring with optical fibre
in the CANH or CANL lines..
• Measurements: 446 x 270 x 100 mm.
Skills to be developed
Contents to be studied
• Analysis of multiplexed systems.
• Handling instrumentation for checking and diagnosis.
• Running diagnostics and repairing faults in
multiplexed systems.
• Binary logic.
• Numerical systems (Binary, hexadecimal).
• Transmission of information in series.
• Layouts of data networks (Multi-Master, Master-Slave).
• CAN Bus (Transmission of differential data, voltage
levels, frames, fault tolerance, etc.).
• LIN Bus (Transmission of differential data, voltage
levels, LIN frames, etc.).
• Transmission of data by optical fibre.
Equipment composition
• ADA306 Panel.
• User’s manual.
• Manual of practical activities.
• ACCFI306ZX: accessory to transmit data by optical
fibre.
• Accessories store.
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Electricity-Electronics
ADA 307
Hybrid vehicle application
Tool used in conceptual studies of
combined cycle hybrid vehicles.
Ref.: 9EQ307AAZC
The goal of this equipment is to get students to know hybrid vehicle technology. The application uses the most
efficient system on the market: the plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).
The application consists of a panel showing all the parts of a hybrid vehicle and a virtual instrument panel with
advanced functions for data generation, acquisition, and analysis.
This system is used to:
• Make conceptual studies in combined cycle PHEVs simulating the operation of a real vehicle on different
journeys and contexts.
• Assess high-voltage electricity flows.
• Analyse the power combination of an internal combustion engine and an electric motor/generator.
It includes an application developed with MATLAB/Simulink, the user manual, and practical exercises.
Interactive panel
The interactive panel has the same devices as a vehicle: start switch, accelerator, brakes, speed selector, A/C
switch, and off-board battery charge button (plug-in).
It reproduces the different stages in an engine operation cycle (electric motor, internal combustion engine) as
well as the battery pack status (charged, depleted, generator).
Two measuring positions, V1/V2, to check the parameters selected with the software:
• Battery pack charge level.
• Battery voltage.
• Battery charging current.
• Electric motor work voltage.
• Vehicle speed.
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Modelling with
MATLAB Simulink®
Virtual model
It is delivered as executable software to be used with no
need of a MATLAB licence, including sources.
SimulHyb offers:
• Vehicle operating simulation (considering weight, fuel
level, vehicle power, etc.)
• Energy distribution simulation:
- in acceleration mode (consumption).
- in braking mode (recharge).
The hardware trainer is a driving simulator
(gear, speed, battery charge, fuel gauge).
All the actions performed on the panel are
represented in the software instrument
panel.
The ADA307 software provides information
on vehicle performance in figures, graphics,
and gauges. The user can choose to view
the numerical data screen, the nomogram
screen, or the synoptic chart screen.
MATLAB and
Simulink®
sources included
Nomogram
The effect of various situations on hybrid vehicle
performance can be assessed by programming
journeys and carrying out tests. The data can be
exported to Excel.
Synoptic graphic
Data acquisition
Programming journeys
The virtual model shows all operating stages:
•Electric motor.
•Internal combustion engine.
•Electric motor + internal combustion engine and
overlapping mode.
•Energy restoration and battery charging.
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Engines
EAU-960
Petrol Injection
Motor Trainer
Teaching equipment for studying motors with
Integrated Systems for Sequential Digital
Electronic Petrol Injection, Direct Ignition
Systems, and double Lambda regulators. The
teaching equipment will include the latest
generation in-line 4 cylinder motor (1.6L
Duratec 16V 100CV) mounted on a functional
mobile support, in running order, and with all of
the components and accessories necessary for
its operation in conditions similar to those of a
car.
Ref.: 9EQ960EAZC
Teaching application
The teaching model is based on activities with genuine
car parts arranged to facilitate the student’s learning
process:
• The application is real, with all of the parts of the
motor to be learned about effectively integrated
(verification of the injection system operating
parameters, analysis of gases, starter and charging
circuits, reading diagrams, etc.).
• Help in significantly reducing procedural activities
learning time, thanks to the easy accessibility to the
components, connectors and verification points. In
addition, the characteristics of a car mounted motor
are preserved.
• The instructor has the possibility of demonstrating
the various systems and how to check the symptoms
of different malfunctions.
• It enables students to develop diagnostic capabilities
using professional tools and to repair break-downs.
• It is motivational for the students.
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Teaching
characteristics
The student will develop many skillsusing this
equipment:
1. Motor and system maintenance.
2. Instrument operation for verification and diagnosis.
3. Simulation of malfunctions, verification and symptom
recognition.
4. Diagnosis and repair of break-downs.
5. Circuit Analysis.
6. Diagram interpretation.
7. Verification and analysis of components and
systems.
8. Use and interpretation of technical documentation.
9. Finding and identifying components.
10. Maintenance of starter and charging systems.
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Teaching features
Integrated into the control panel, there is a system
enabling the measurement of static and dynamic
signals from the injection and starter systems, as well
as the relays used by the system, analysis, diagnostics
and repair of break-downs, including:
• Terminal plate for the analysis and diagnosis of the
electrical-electronic signals used in the system.
• Module to generate malfunctions and breakdowns
representative of those that could really appear in a
vehicle, including the starter and injection systems
as well as others which control the operation of the
motor.
• Equipment usage authorization switch.
• Indicators for batteries, alarm groups, etc.
• Adjustable accelerator, ignition key, instrument panel,
safety switch, ON-OFF switch.
Classroom management and student evaluation via SIRVAUT software
integrated in the equipment.
TEACHING SUPPORT
User Manual.
Contains the standards of use for the equipment,
characteristics, maintenance, etc.
Practice Activities Manual.
The manual proposes different types of activities that
can be done using the trainer. It includes answers
and appropriate solutions to the problems presented
in order to make the teaching process easier.
Identification of individual components, identification
of systems, verification of sensors and actuators,
verification of E.C.U. input signals, verification of the
E.C.U. output signals, reproduction and identification
of breakdown symptoms, breakdown search and
find, reading diagnostic codes, proposals for defect
resolution, virtual repair, etc.
Wiring diagram manual.
This is a manual of diagrams similar to that used
in automobile repair workshops that will help in the
activities where circuits are followed, in locating
and identifying installations, and in determining the
breakdowns that have been initiated in the trainer.
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Engines
EAU-960 Petrol Injection Motor Trainer
Technical characteristics
• Systems for Sequential Digital Multipoint Injection
with an Electronic Control unit (ECU) and an EOBD
diagnostic connection.
• Emission control system with: Catalytic converter,
precatalytic and post-catalytic Lambda sensors,
vapour purge valve (Canister).
• Charging system composed of an alternator with
incorporated regulator, intelligent regulation control
system and charging indicator on the instrument
panel.
• Accelerator and electronic butterfly valve.
• Electronic starter system with passive antitheft
(PATS) and a status indicator.
• Fuel tank with a level indicator on the instrument
panel.
• Complete cooling circuit.
• Standard EOBD (EOBDII) connection.
• Battery.
• Instrument and Control function panel with:
- RPM indicator.
- Motor temperature indicator.
- Coolant temperature.
- Fuel level indicator.
- Oil pressure indicator.
- Battery charge indicator.
- Motor malfunction warnings.
• Safety systems made up by::
- Starter block switch.
- Emergency switch.
- Protection with bornier tests for possible short circuits.
- Low oil pressure triggers an alarm and the motor stops.
- Belt guard with a safety micro-interrupter.
- Moving parts and hot areas are protected.
• Sensor for measuring starter current and battery
charge.
• The equipment is mounted on wheels.
• Dimensions and weights:
- Equipment dimensions: 1.150 x 1.260 x 1.420 mm.
- Package dimensions: 1.400 x 1.500 x 1.650 mm.
- Package weight: 370Kgs.
BREAKDOWNS
Using a repair program system, the
trainer can introduce malfunctions
orbreakdowns to the motor.
There are two options:
• Interactive computer-aided virtual
repair system for breakdowns
(SIRVAUT) which enables not only
breakdown analysis but also virtual
repair generating a history log for
evaluation by the instructor.
• Manual breakdown repair system
(using switches).
New original components
An original new motor (not rebuilt).
Relays, fuses, and an anti-start (PATS) employed in the system.
Sensor for measuring current.
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petrol injection
motor trainer
• Genuine new motor.
• Emission control system.
• Ignition System.
• Starter and charging system.
• Security System.
• Diagnosis.
• Breakdown repair.
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EAU-961
Diesel Injection Engine
Training Unit
With particle filter
Didactic equipment for studying the operation of
direct diesel injection engines with a common
rail electronic control system and particle
filter. The equipment incorporates the latest
generation of common rail 4-cylinder in line
diesel engine (1.6L Duratorq TDCi 110CV) with
particle filter, mounted on a mobile functional
support in running order, equipped with all the
components and accessories necessary for its
correct operation under similar conditions to
those in a vehicle. Engine developed by FORD
and PSA.
Ref.: 9EQ961EAZC
Teaching application
The teaching model is based on activities with genuine
car parts arranged to facilitate the student’s learning
process:
• The application is real, with all of the parts of the
motor to be learned about effectively integrated
(verification of the injection system operating
parameters, analysis of gases, starter and charging
circuits, reading diagrams, etc.).
• Help in significantly reducing procedural activities
learning time, thanks to the easy accessibility to the
components, connectors and verification points. In
addition, the characteristics of a car mounted motor
are preserved.
• The instructor has the possibility of demonstrating the
various systems and how to check the symptoms of
different malfunctions.
• It enables students to develop diagnostic capabilities
using professional tools and to repair break-downs.
• It is motivational for the students.
Automotive engineering
Teaching
characteristics
The student will develop many skills using this
equipment:
1. Motor and system maintenance.
2. Instrument operation for verification and diagnosis.
3. Simulation of malfunctions, verification and symptom
recognition.
4. Diagnosis and repair of break-downs.
5. Circuit Analysis.
6. Diagram interpretation.
7. Verification and analysis of components and
systems.
8. Use and interpretation of technical documentation.
9. Finding and identifying components.
10. Maintenance of starter and charging systems.
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Teaching features
Integrated into the control panel, there is a system
enabling the measurement of static and dynamic
signals from the injection system, as well as the relays
used by the system, analysis, diagnostics and repair of
break-downs, including:
• Terminal plate for the analysis and diagnosis of the
electrical-electronic signals used in the system.
• Module to generate malfunctions and breakdowns
representative of those that could really appear in a
vehicle, including the starter and injection systems
as well as others which control the operation of the
motor.
• Equipment usage authorization switch.
• Indicators for batteries, alarm groups, operating
hours, etc.
• Adjustable accelerator, ignition key, instrument panel,
safety switch, ON-OFF switch.
Classroom management and student evaluation via SIRVAUT software integrat-
TEACHING SUPPORT
ed in the equipment.
User Manual.
Teachers Manual.
Contains equipment usage rules, characteristics,
maintenance, safeties, and a theoretical description
of the operation of the different systems that are
incorporated in said trainer.
A specific manual for the teacher, which indicates
potential faults that can be generated on the trainer, its
usage, and which components or systems it affects.
This manual also includes solutions for student’s
practical activities, in addition to presenting additional
complementary activities.
Practice Activities Manual.
Proposes the different types of practical that can
be carried out on the trainer by students. Individual
identification of components, identification of systems,
verification of sensors and actuators, verification of
U.C.E. input signals, verification of U.C.E. output
signals, reproduction and identification of fault
symptoms, fault seeking and location, reading of
diagnostic codes, proposed defect resolution, virtual
repairs, etc.
Wiring diagram manual.
This is a manual of diagrams similar to that used
in automobile repair workshops that will help in the
activities where circuits are followed, in locating
and identifying installations, and in determining the
breakdowns that have been initiated in the trainer.
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Engines
EAU-961 Diesel Injection Engine Training Unit
Technical characteristics
• Direct Diesel Injection system with common
rail electronic control at a pressure of 1600 bar,
equipped with pre-injection, injection and
postinjection.
• Complete anti-pollution system with: Catalyser,
FAP particle filter and FAP system additive tank.
• Intercooler for cooling intake air.
• Variable geometry turbocompressor with
electronic control cap.
• The engine incorporates the following sensors:
- Hot wire air measurement sensor.
- Antiparticle filter pressure sensor.
- After catalyser exhaust gas temperature sensor.
- Boost pressure sensor.
- Intake air temperature sensor and post-turbo air
intake temperature sensor.
- Revolution and crankshaft position sensor.
- Camshaft position sensor.
- Ramp high-pressure sensor.
- Diesel oil temperature sensor.
- Vehicle speed sensor.
• Charging system composed of an alternator with
incorporated regulator, intelligent regulation
control system and charging indicator on the
instrument panel.
• Accelerator electronic.
• Electronic starter system with passive antitheft
(PATS) and a status indicator.
• Fuel tank with a level indicator on the instrument
panel and fuel cap opening sensor.
• Complete cooling circuit.
• Electronic Control unit and standard diagnosis
EOBD (EOBDII) connection.
• Battery.
• Instrument and Control function panel with:
- RPM indicator
- Motor temperature indicator
- Coolant temperature
- Fuel level indicator
- Oil pressure indicator
- Battery charge indicator
- Motor malfunction warnings
• Safety systems made up by:
- Starter block switch.
- Emergency switch.
- Internal protection of test terminal strip against
potential short-circuits to safeguard the
electronics in the systems.
BREAKDOWNS
Using a repair program system, the trainer
can introduce malfunctions or breakdowns to
the motor.
There are two options:
• Interactive computer-aided virtual repair
system for breakdowns (SIRVAUT) which
enables not only breakdown analysis but
also virtual repair generating a history log
for evaluation by the instructor.
• Manual breakdown repair system (using
switches).
- Low oil pressure triggers an alarm and the motor
stops.
- Belt guard with a safety micro-interrupter.
- Moving parts and hot areas are protected.
• The equipment is mounted on wheels.
• Dimensions and Weights:
- Equipment dimensions: 1.150 x 1.290 x 1.425 mm.
- Package dimensions: 1.400 x 1.500 x 1.650 mm.
- Package weight: 430 Kgs.
New original components
An original new motor (not rebuilt).
Relays, fuses, and an anti-start (PATS) employed in the system.
Operating hours timer.
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direct diesel injection
engine trainer
• Genuine new motor.
• Antipollution system (with particle filter)
• Power supply system.
• Starter and charging system.
• Security System.
• Diagnosis.
• Breakdown repair.
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Transmission and braking systems
EAU-963
ABS / EDS / ESP
Trainer
This trainer is designed to aid in the training
of subjects related to new technologies being
applied to combination antilock braking
systems (ABS-EBD), electronic differential lock
systems (EDS traction control) and
electronic stability programs (ESP) with
genuine components, the same as used in
the latest generation of the Ford Focus.
The trainer is equipped with all of the
components and accessories necessary to
simulate the real conditions experienced with a
car.
Ref.: 9EQ963EA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ963EA3C - 115 V
Teaching application
The teaching model is based on activities with genuine
car parts arranged to facilitate the student’s learning
process:
• The application is real, with all of the pieces of the
vehicle that are to be learned about effectively
integrated (electrical installations, connections,
cabling, components, circuits, etc.)
• Help in significantly reducing procedural activities
learning time, thanks to the easy accessibility to the
components, connectors and verification points. In
addition, the characteristics of a car mounted motor
are preserved.
• The instructor has the possibility of demonstrating
the various systems and how to check the symptoms
of different malfunctions.
• It enables students to develop diagnostic capabilities
using professional tools and to repair break-downs.
• It is motivational for the students.
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Transmission and braking systems
Teaching
characteristics
The student will develop many skills using this
equipment:
1. Traction and brake system maintenance.
2. Verification and analysis of components and
systems.
3. Brake circuit analysis.
4. Component analysis.
5. Reading of diagrams.
6. Operation of instruments.
7. Diagnosis and repair of breakdowns.
8. Simulation of malfunctions, verification and symptom
recognition.
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Teaching features
The training system can be adjusted to test the reactions
of the ABS/EDB as well as the EDS in any possible
operational situation.
• Different braking situations can be generated through
the use of 4 switches; normal braking, sudden braking
causing ABS activation, and rear axle braking activating
the EBD.
• Conditions of low traction at acceleration causing the
EDS to activate can be generated through the use of 2
switches.
SIRVAUT Software integrated into the equipment.
BREAKDOWNS
Using a repair program system, the trainer can
introduce malfunctions or breakdowns to the motor.
There are two options:
• Interactive computer-aided virtual repair system
for breakdowns (SIRVAUT) which enables not only
breakdown analysis but also virtual repair generating
a history log for evaluation by the instructor.
TEACHING SUPPORT
• Manual breakdown repair system (using switches).
User Manual.
Contains information about how the equipment
operates, standards for using it, characteristics,
maintenance, electrical diagrams, list of breakdowns
and their symptoms, etc.
Practice Activities Manual.
The manual proposes different types of activities
that can be carried out using the trainer. It includes
answers and appropriate solutions to the problems
presented in order to make the teaching process
easier. Individual identification of components,
system identification, signal verification, reproduction
and identification of breakdown symptoms, search
and locate breakdowns, defect resolution proposals,
virtual repair, etc.
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EAU-963 ABS / EDS / ESP Trainer
Transmission and braking systems
Technical characteristics
• On / Starter switch.
• ABS module.
• ABS-EBD/EDS control unit.
• Tandem brake master cylinder.
• Hidraulic control unit.
• Brake switch.
• Brake indicator light.
• Instrument panel with multiplex network:
- ABS indicator light.
- ESP indicator light.
• System fuse box.
• Four crowns with fully independent speed
regulation.
• Four new automobile active receivers
(magnetoresistant).
• Four switches for simulating the possible braking
conditions of a car, both normal and sudden.
• Two switches for simulate low traction at
acceleration in order to activate the EDS traction
control.
• Five gauges incorporated into the panel in order to
read the pressure of the servo and each wheel.
• Accelerator pedal.
• Brake pedal.
• Standard EOBD (EOBDII) connection.
• Module to general 16 breakdowns (8 for the ESP),
through switches protected by a cover and lock, or
through a virtual breakdown repair software.
• The equipment is mounted on wheels.
• Accessories for studying the electronic stability
program ESP (Optional):
- Direction position sensor.
- Skid direction sensor (with multiplex).
- Electronic Control Unit (ECU) motor.
- Switch to disconnect the ESP.
- Steering wheel.
- Car body.
- Control Panel.
• Dimensions and weights:
- Equipment dimensions:830 x 875 x 1.770 mm.
- Package dimensions: 1.025 x 1.080 x 1.955 mm.
- Package weight: 190 Kgs.
Optional accesory
STABILITY CONTROL ESP
Electronic stability control accessory (ESP) for
cars, a feature of and only applicable to trainer:
EAU-963 ABS / EDS Braking systems.
Adjusting the equipment enables all the reactions,
both of the ESP and the ABD as well as the EDS
to be checked during possible operating situations for these systems.
A breakdown generation module, by means of
switches protected with a cover and a key, or
using the virtual breakdown separation software
built into the EAU-963 trainer.
Technical characteristics:
• Column sensor.
• Vertical axle and transversal acceleration sensor.
• ESP disconnection switch.
• Steering wheel simulator.
• The equipment enables the different pressure
curves and deceleration or acceleration of the
system to be viewed using an oscilloscope.
Teaching support:
• User manual.
• Practice activity manual.
• SIRVAUT software:
- Breakdown control (8 x 3 levels of difficulty)
and virtual repair of the same.
- Tool provides classroom management and
student assessment.
- Communication connector.
Ref.: 9EQ963AAZC
New original components
The components he
components used to build the
trainer are original, new from
the manufacturer, so that the
difference between training
practice and a real workshop
will be minimal.
Fuses, EOBD connector, SIRVAUT and
ESP connector.
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Transmission and breaking systems
ABS / EDS / ESP
Trainer
• Genuine components.
• Antilock brake system ABS-EBD.
• Electronic differential-lock system EDS (traction
control).
• Electronic stability program ESP (Optional).
• Servo-brake system.
• CAN-BUS multiplex network.
• Diagnosis.
• Simulation and repair of breakdowns.
Using the trainer’s oscilloscope, the
A system enabling analysis, diagnosis and repair of
different pressure, acceleration and
breakdowns is incorporated into the control panel.
deceleration
• Terminal plate enabling the measuring of all static and
curves can be
viewed.
dynamic signals involved in the ABS-EBD / EDS system.
• Breakdown generation module, through the use switches
protected with a cover and lock, or through virtual
breakdown repair software.
• Equipment usage authorization switch.
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Air-conditioning Systems
EAU-964
Air conditioning trainer
The trainer incorporates all the components
and accessories required for operation under
conditions very similar to those found in motor
vehicles, but with a number of additional
pressure gauges and thermometers to facilitate
students understanding of the working of the
system. It is mounted on a trolley with wheels
for easy transportation and a braking systems
for ensuring stability once in place.
It incorporates the following real components,
arranged in the logical sequence in which they
would be found in a vehicle, motor cavity, front
interior and rear interior.
Ref.: 9EQ964EAFC - Trif. 380 V
Ref.: 9EQ964EACC - Trif. 230 V
Educational application
concept
The learning model is based on the development of
activities involving real vehicle elements, arranged
according to strict teaching principles in order to
facilitate the training process. They aim to:
• Be motivating for students.
• Have a real application, combining all aspects of air
conditioning systems (components, circuits, loading/
unloading of gas, etc.) logically and effectively.
• Enable the reversal of the classic learning sequence,
replacing the component – circuit – application
process with that of application – circuit –component.
• Enable students to develop their malfunction
diagnosis and repair skills.
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Didactic
characteristics
This system enables students to develop the following
skills:
1. Analysis of the operating principle of air conditioning
systems.
2. Analysis of air conditioning circuits.
3. Interpretation of diagrams.
4. Component control.
5. Malfunction diagnosis and repair.
6. Carrying out of coolant gas loading and unloading
processes.
7. Control of air tightness. Leak detection.
8. Use of controls.
9. Use of technical documents.
The system consists of a group of elements that
combine to form an air conditioning facility with a double
low pressure circuit (A, B). Low pressure circuit A
incorporates the fixed calibrated tube system while circuit
B encompasses the expansion valve.
The trainer has a series of visual pressure gauges and thermometers that aid the analysis and comprehension of the
behaviour of the coolant.
The system is also designed to carry out coolant loading, unloading and recycling operations. The circuit is
loaded with coolant R-134a.
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Air-conditioning Systems
EAU-964 Air conditioning trainer
Teaching features
The control panel incorporates a system designed and
patented by Alecop, which enables the analysis,
diagnosis and repair of malfunctions.
TEACHING SUPPORT
• Condenser speed adjustment control (0 to 4000 rpm).
• Terminal block for measuring voltage and current in
the system’s components.
• Module for generating failures or malfunctions similar
to those that may occur in a real vehicle.
• Circuit A or B selector switch.
• Battery ON-OFF switch for carrying out continuity
tests.
User Manual.
Contains information about how the equipment
operates, standards for using it, characteristics,
maintenance, electrical diagrams, list of breakdowns
and their symptoms, etc.
Practical activities manual.
Manual containing the various practical activities
that can be carried out using the trainer, complete
with the corresponding answers or solutions to make
the teacher’s job easier. Activities include: individual
component identification, identification of systems,
signal checking, reproduction and identification of
malfunction symptoms, search for and location of
malfunctions, proposal of solutions and virtual repair,
etc.
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Air-conditioning Systems
Technical characteristics
• Variable volume compressor.
• Condenser and double-speed power fan.
• High pressure pressostat.
• Calibrated expansion tube.
• Expansion valve.
• Thermostat.
• 2 evaporators and 2 triple-speed power fans.
• Low pressure pressostat.
• Drier filter.
• Keyswitch.
• A/D drive switch.
• Speed adjustment controls for evaporator air thrusters.
• Condenser speed adjustment control.
• Electric motor with speed variation for driving the
condenser.
• 6 coolant status displays, located at the input and
output of each component.
• 6 pressure gauges in low and high pressure circuits,
for displaying the various pressure levels.
• 6 digital thermometers at the input and output of each
component.
• Digital thermometer showing room temperature.
• Specific electrical installation for the A/A system.
• Relay and fuse box.
• Control panel.
• Malfunction generation module.
• Condenser access protection system, with safety
microswitch.
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BREAKDOWNS
The trainer enables you to generate
failures or malfunctions in the
various components by means of a
programming-repair system.
There are two options:
• Manual malfunction generation
system (using switches).
• Intelligent computer-aided virtual
malfunction generation system
(SIRVAUT), whose interactive
software enables students not only
to analyse the malfunction, but to
repair it virtually as well.
Software SIRVAUT integrado en el equipo.
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Auxiliary Electrical Systems
EAU-962
Auxiliary Electrical
Systems with Multiplexing
The trainer is designed to aid the study of new
technologies applied to the Auxiliary Electrical
Systems incorporated into vehicles, those systems
which carry out additional functions (i.e. other than
producing movement).
The parts used in the trainer are genuine and found
in the most recent generation of the Ford Focus,
which uses the Multiplex CAN-BUS network,
a system with ultrasound parking sensors, an
interior rear-view mirror with automatic darkening
and anti-dazzle light sensors, and a combined rain
/ luminosity sensor to automatically switch on the
lights and start the windscreen wipers.
The trainer has the components and accessories
necessary for its performance to be similar to those
systems contained in a vehicle.
Ref.: 9EQ962EA6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQ962EA3C - 115 V
Teaching application
The teaching model is based on activities with genuine
car parts arranged to facilitate the student’s learning
process:
• The application is real, with all of the pieces of
the vehicle that are to be learned about effectively
integrated (electrical installations, connections,
cabling, components, circuits, etc.).
• Help in significantly reducing procedural activities
learning time, thanks to the easy accessibility to the
components, connectors and verification points. In
addition, the characteristics of a car mounted motor
are preserved.
• The instructor has the possibility of demonstrating
the various systems and how to check the symptoms
of different malfunctions.
• It enables students to develop diagnostic
capabilities using professional tools and to repair
break-downs.
• It is motivational for the students.
Automotive engineering
Auxiliary Electrical Systems
Teaching
characteristics
TEACHING SUPPORT
The student will develop many skills using this
equipment:
1. Diagram interpretation.
2. Circuit Analysis.
3. Identification of symbols, connectors, cable coding
and component location.
4. Verification and analysis of components and
systems.
5. Maintenance and regulation of the auxiliary
electrical systems.
6. Use and interpretation of technical documentation.
7. Instrument operation for verification and diagnosis.
8. Diagnosis and repair of break-downs.
9. Simulations of malfunctions, verification and
symptom recognition.
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Teaching features
A system enabling analysis, diagnosis and repair of
breakdowns in different circuits is incorporated into the
control panel, and includes:
• A terminal plate for measuring the tension and
intensity of current in system components.
• Module to generate malfunctions and breakdowns
representative of those that could really appear in a
vehicle.
• Equipment usage authorization switch.
• Switch to disconnect the multiplex network on the
instrument panel.
User Manual.
This manual contains explanations regarding the
workings of different circuits, diagrams of basic
principles, real related reference diagrams, fuse
characteristic, relays, lamps and electrical boxes,
standards regarding light installation, operating
standards for the equipment, characteristics,
maintenance, etc.
presented in order to make the teaching process
easier. Identification of individual components,
identification of systems, verification of sensors and
actuators, verification of signals, re-creation and
identification of breakdown symptoms, breakdown
search and find, proposals for defect resolution, virtual
repair, etc.
SIRVAUT software integrated in the equipment.
Practice Activities Manual.
The manual proposes different types of activities
that can be carried out using the trainer. It includes
answers and appropriate solutions to the problems
Wiring diagram manual.
This is a manual of electrical diagrams similar to that
used in automobile repair workshops and will help in
the activities where circuits are followed, in locating
and identifying installations, and in determining the
breakdowns that have been initiated in the trainer.
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Multiplexing
Auxiliary Electrical Systems
Technical characteristics
• Light system with switch and panel illumination:
- Automatic front headlights with running lights and
turn signal, headlight stabilizer in case of braking.
- Electrical headlight balancing system.
- Rear lights.
- Back and front anti-fog lights.
- Turn signals.
- Emergency light.
- Interior light.
- Hatchback light.
- Number plate light.
- Third break light.
- Backup lights.
• Door and Hatchback opening and closing systems
with a remote control:
- Centralized locking.
- Fuel tank lock.
- Hatchback lock.
• Motors and buttons for the front electric windows
openers integrated in the multiplex network.
• Rear-view mirrors:
- Adjustable heated exterior mirrors.
- Interior mirror with automatic darkening and light
sensor based dazzle control.
• Ultrasound parking sensors.
• Rain and luminosity sensor for automatic headlights
and windscreen wipers.
• Front and back windscreen wipers.
• Pump for windscreen cleaning liquid.
• Horn with a button incorporated on the steering wheel.
• Accessories plug-in socket.
• Fuel level sensors.
• Motors for automatic closing of fuel tank.
• Switch for brake, hatchback and backup lights.
• Illuminated instrument panel indicating:
- Lighting and signalling system.
- Fuel level.
• Emergency light switch.
• Steering wheel with light and windscreen wiper
switches.
• Central Electrical Box and battery, fuse, relay unions.
• Standard EOBD (EOBDII) connection.
• Power Supply (battery substitute).
• Back window heating simulator.
• Terminal plates enabling the measurement of signals
in different components of the system for analysis,
diagnostics and breakdown repair.
• Module for generating breakdowns.
• Safety systems made up by:
- Function permission button.
- Protection with bornier tests.
• The equipment is mounted on wheels.
• Dimensions and weights
- Equipment dimensions: 1.250 x 1.080 x 1.900 mm.
- Package dimensions: 1.465 x 1.230 x 2.080 mm.
- Package weight: 300 kg.
INCLUDED ACCESSORIES:
Safety connectors, test points, fuses and screwdrivers.
BREAKDOWNS
Using a repair program system, the
trainer can introduce malfunctions or
breakdowns to the motor.
There are two options:
• Interactive computer-aided virtual
repair system for breakdowns
(SIRVAUT) which enables not only
breakdown analysis but also virtual
repair generating a history log for
evaluation by the instructor.
• Manual breakdown repair system
(using switches)
New real components
The components used to
The components are easily removed with a
manufacture the trainer are original
quick fixing system.
and new from the manufacturer,
so that the difference between
training practice and work in a real
workshop will be minimal. Some of
the equipment details are presented
below:
Allows component verification.
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AUXILIARY
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
• Genuine removable components
• Ultrasound parking sensors
• Multiplex CAN-BUS network
• Rain and automatic light sensor
• Lighting and signalling system
• Instrument panel
• Door control system
• Diagnosis
• Electronic window control
• Simulation and repair of breakdowns
• Windscreen wiper system
Allows making adjustment to the headlights and anti-fog lights.
Fuse and relay box (GEM module).
Ultrasound parking sensors.
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Auxiliary Electrical Systems
XENON
headlights trainer
Ref.: 9EQXENON6C - 230 V
Ref.: 9EQXENON3C - 115 V
The equipment incorporates a system of bi-xenon
headlights assembled with their electrical installation,
sensors, actuators and vehicle controls.
To illuminate the full headlights, use the xenon lamp
accompanied by a halogen lamp and for dipped
headlights only use the xenon lamp as its luminosity
is limited by means of a diaphragm in order not dazzle
other drivers.
Automatic checking for the height of the lights is used
to maintain the lights well adjusted when the bodywork
tilts. This adjustment is done using an electrical motor
which is controlled by the UCE, based on the bodywork
position information, which is transmitted by the front
and rear sensors.
The trainer is equipped with all the components and
accessories which are necessary for correct operation
in conditions which are similar to that of a vehicle.
Didactic application
The learning model is based on developing activities with
real vehicle components, available in a didactic medium to
ease the student’s learning process, so that:
• It has real application, integrating
effectively all the target contents for
learning about lighting.
• It helps to significantly reduce learning
time in the procedure-related activities
thanks to the easy accessibility
of the components and checking
points. Furthermore it maintains the
characteristics of the equipment
assembled on the vehicle.
• It is motivating for the student.
Automotive engineering
Auxiliary Electrical Systems
Didactic
characteristics
The student uses this equipment to develop the
following skills:
1. Analysis of the operating principle for xenon
headlights.
2. Interpretation of diagrams.
3. Circuit analysis.
4. Identifying and locating components.
5. Checking and analysing components.
6. Handling and interpreting technical documentation.
7. Handling instrumentation for checking and
diagnosis.
8. Diagnosis and repair of faults.
There is a system designed by Alecop, integrated into
the control panel, which makes it possible to measure
the signals of all the components within the lighting
system, the analysis, diagnosis and repair of faults
including:
• Terminal plate for analysis and diagnosis of all the
signals in the system.
• Module to generate dysfunctions or faults which are
similar to what can really be produced in vehicles.
• Operation authorisation and equipment use switch.
• Indicators for correct battery operation, safety alarm,
etc.
• Start up key, battery ON-OFF switch, light panel and
instrument panel simulator.
• Shaft sensors, for the system which automatically
regulates the height of the headlights with vehicle
simulation.
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Auxiliary Electrical Systems
XENON headlights trainer
Technical characteristics
SOPORTE DIDÁCTICO
• Complete bi-xenon light.
• Ignition amplifier.
• Electronic ballast.
• Actuator motor to adjust the height of the focus.
• Front module sensor.
• Rear sensor.
• Headlight cleaner simulator.
• Light control box.
• Ignition key.
• Potentiometer to simulate the vehicle speed.
• Diagnosis connector which is standard EOBD
(EOBDII).
User manual.
This incorporates the total description of the
equipment containing the features,usage standards,
installation and set up, maintenance, safety measures,
wiring diagrams, list of fault generation and their
symptoms, etc.
• Relays and fuses used in the system.
• Module to generate faults.
• RS-232C series line connector.
• Safety systems made up of:
• Operation permission press button.
• Safety micro-switch for access to headlight
components.
• Checking terminal protection.
• Equipment dimensions: 900 x 555 x 355 mm.
• Approx. weight: 16 Kg.
signals, reproduction and identification of fault
symptoms, looking for and locating faults, diagnosis
code reading, proposal to resolve defects, virtual
repairs, etc.
Manual of practical activities.
This is a manual which proposes the different types
of practical which can be done with the trainer with
the correct answer or solution for the activities to
make the teacher’s job easier. Individual identification
of components, identification of systems, checking
sensors and actuators, checking
Real car components
Bi-xenon headlight.
Front sensor with integrated
module and rear sensor.
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BREAKDOWNS
The equipment has the possibility of
• Intelligent system for virtual computer
introducing dysfunctions or faults in its
aided fault repair (SIRVAUT), which by
operation by means of a programming-
using interactive software allows not
repair system.
only analysis of the fault but also virtual
There are two options:
repair of the fault generating a report
• Manual fault repair system (using
to be evaluated by the teacher.
switches).
Relays, fuses, RS-232C and EOBD II
connectors.
SIRVAUT Software integrated into the
equipment.
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Software
Sirvaut
Interactive system of
breakdowns Virtual Repair for
the automotive
• It allows the teacher to control
detailed data and activities of the
students in the courses.
• It allows the student to broach the
break down analyse and diagnosis
systematically and iteratively.
Access
with password
The student may access by entering its personal
password. The teacher has access to the exclusive use
restricted area by means of a personal password.
Virtual
repair of breakdowns
• Causes breakdowns and malfunctions in the trainers
of the automotive industry.
• Different levels of breakdowns repair and indications.
• Guided repair through the authorization option.
• Checking of the individual repair process through
historics.
• Introduction of breaks in the repair process.
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Classroom management
• Management of the students groups and their
individual data.
• Possibility of creating subgroups within a class.
• Data export and import to floppy disk.
• Printing of historics in differents formats.
Individual work and
teamwork
• Its database stores very useful information for the
assessment of the work carried out by each student
and by group.
Connecting any trainer of automotive
industry to a PC is possible when the
SIRVAUT program is installed with list
of trainers.
EAU960
EAU961
fuel injection
direct diesel injection
EAU962
multiplexed electrical
systems
EAU963
trainer ABS/EDS/ESP
EAU964
XENON
air conditioning
trainer
xenon headlights trainer
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mechanical manufacturing
systems
Our mechanical manufacturing proposal stands for enabling the
design of sw/hw learning environments adaptable to all needs:
- Machine-tool of different sizes and features.
- Machine control via PC, multi-mask software.
- Software for CNC programming and simulation.
- Machine-tools controlled by industrial CNC.
- Virtual machine-tool.
This equipment has the following learning objectives:
- CNC Programming.
- Operator’s skills.
- Adjustment and maintenance of CNC machine-tools.
Introduction
page 58
Classroom-workshop
Lathes
page 60
page 62
page 64
Expert Lathe
Apolo plus Lathe
Eclipse Lathe
Milling machines
page 68
Armoni plus Milling machine
page 70
Odisea Milling machine
Software CNC
page 74
Winunisoft ISO Code programming
page 78
Wincontrol PC control machines
Virtual Machines
page 80
VIRTOOL virtual machine.
(Virutor, Virufre, Eclipse-Fagor, Odisea-Fagor)
Injection molding machine
page 84
Babyplast
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Introduction
ad-hoc
clasroomworkshop
Armoni plus
Apolo plus
PC CONTROL MACHINES
Our mechanical manufacturing
proposal stands for enabling
the design of sw/hw learning
environments adaptable to all
needs.
Expert
INDUSTRIAL
CONTROL MACHINES
CONVENTIONAL
MACHINES
Babyplast
Eclipse
Odisea
PLASTIC INJECTION
Characteristics:
• Machines with different sizes and features.
• Machine Control via PC, via multimask software (Fanuc, Fagor, Siemens)
• Software for CNC programming and simulation in different programming languages.
• Control of machines through industrial CNC.
• Virtual machines.
In addition to our trainers we distribute all materials and equipment necessary to complete your classroom/workshop.
Mechanical manufacturing systems
Introduction
CONTROL PC
page 59
Virtool
VIRTUAL MACHINES
Wincontrol
Winunisoft
Comprehensive
equipment:
BANK ADJUSTMENT
GRINDER MACHINE
SHARPEN
WELDINS
DRILLS
SAW
TRACE TABLE
PNEUMATIC
CAD
...
TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
CNC PROGRAMMING
Educational objectives:
CNC Programming
Operator skills
Adjustments and maintenance of CNC and machine
tools
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Lathes
Expert
PC Controlled CNC
Desktop lathe
Specially designed for use in basic
Multi CNC.
Programming and visualization of
FAGOR, SIEMENS and FANUC simulators.
educational levels.
The EXPERT lathe is designed to work as an automatic
machine tool with numerical control as far as conventional
manual-machine by feed handles included in the transversal and
longitudinal axes.
With this product we offer an extremely secure solution, adapted
to the needs of the learning process and following European
safety guidelines.
SKILL DEVELOPMENT
• Development and adaptation of cnc programs
Applied to a lathe.
• Determination of the machining process for
turning operations.
• Selection of cutting tools.
• Implementation of methods study for each
manufacturing process.
Technical Characteristics
Swing over bed
Swing over carriage
Distance between centres
Tail spindle
Carriage longitudinal travel
Carriage cross travel
Main spindle speed
Spindle motor AC Motor
Jaw chuck
Axes motors
Rapid traverse rate
Mains supply
Installed power
Dimensions
Weight
150 mm
96 mm
360 mm
Travel / taper 45 mm / MT-2
250 mm
65 mm
100 to 3000 rpm (2 directions of rotation)
470 W
85 mm diameter
Stepper motor 200 s/rev
400 mm/min
230V 50/60 Hz
700 W
760 x 440 x 320 mm
45 Kg
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Lathes
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STANDARD SETTING
• Lathe with built-in safety devices.
• Integral fairing.
• Flyers for manual operation.
• 3-jaw plate (ø85 mm).
• Counterpoint.
• Installation and operation manuals.
• PC control software.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• HSS Tooling package.
• Set of tool holders and tips.
• Tool quick change device.
• Quick change 4 position tool holder.
• CNC edition and simulation program WinUnisoft.
Wincontrol multi-CNC PC control software
The program allows to simulate and execute the machining of a CNC
program, ISO code edited or defined by a CAD / CAM system, analyzing
possible errors.
The machine control is done through a realistic simulation of the control
(FAGOR, SIEMENS, FANUC) we are using.
The main features of the program are:
• Creation of new projects assisted custom chosen control. Graphica
aid when programming all ISO functions ISO supported by the chosen
control.
• Control of machine drives.
• Launch program in automatic mode or block to block.
• Simulation of different tool geometries.
• 3D simulation views of the workpiece, tool and paths.
• Section of the workpiece according to different planes.
• Selecting different colors for different tools.
• Collision detection of the tool with the workpiece and the jaw chuck
• Printing of all data, the CNC program and representation graphs.
Apart from its performance, the excellent graphic quality of its simulator
makes a rapid comprehension possible of the performed machining
operations on the part.
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Lathes
Apolo plus
PC-controlled CNC lathe
for technical training
Multi CNC.
Programming and visualization of
FAGOR, SIEMENS and FANUC simulators.
With this innovation, Alecop S. Coop. go forward in the development of didactic machines, proposing a
solution adapted to the needs of technical training.
A result of the needs analysis, and of the adaptation of new technologies applicable to technical
training, Alecop S. Coop. opens the doors to this new member of the didactic CNC lathes family.
Technical Characteristics
Swing over bed
Distance between centres
Longitudinal travel Z
Cross travel X
Spindle motor
Spindle speedl
Axes motors X, Z
Rapid traverse rate
Station indexable turret
Electronic resolution
Door opening Manual
Mains suplly
Installed power
Dimensions
Approximate weight
230 mm
530 mm
275 mm
96 mm
Asynchronous three-phase 1,5 Kw
100 - 4000 rpm
Stepper motor 200 s/rev
2500 mm/min
8 pos (12 x 12 mm)
0,0025 mm
Manual
220 V 50/60 Hz
1,9 KW
1190 x 615 x 700 mm
300 Kg
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STANDARD EQUIPMENT
• Comprehensive fairing with safeguards incorporated.
• Manual jaw chuck with diameter of 125 mm.
• Conventional toolholder turret.
• Game guides and programming.
• Control software form PC WinControl.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• 60 mm manual Counterpoint. career, CM2 morse taper.
• Coolant system.
• Pneumatic jaw chuck diam. 110 mm.
• Torretta holder with VDI quick-change system.
• Automatic gateway operated by pneumatic cylinder (For
use in CFF).
• Tooling and workholding accessories.
• Supporting table for the machine and PC.
• Edition and simulation software WinUnisoft.
Wincontrol multi-CNC PC control software
The program allows to simulate and execute the machining of a
CNC program, ISO code edited or defined by a CAD / CAM system,
analyzing possible errors.
The machine control is done through a realistic simulation of the
control (FAGOR, SIEMENS, FANUC) we are using.
The main features of the program are:
• Creation of new projects assisted custom chosen control.
• Graphica aid when programming all ISO functions ISO supported by the
chosen control.
• Control of machine drives.
• Launch program in automatic mode or block to block.
• Simulation of different tool geometries.
• 3D simulation views of the workpiece, tool and paths.
• Section of the workpiece according to different planes.
• Selecting different colors for different tools.
• Collision detection of the tool with the workpiece and the jaw chuck
• Printing of all data, the CNC program and representation graphs.
Apart from its performance, the excellent graphic quality of its
simulator makes a rapid comprehension possible of the performed
machining operations on the part.
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Lathes
Eclipse
Numerical control lathe
for technical training
Quality and a commitment to
improvement have always been
strongholds in our vast experience
in offering educational solutions.
This allows us to be pioneers
in the design of machines and
didactic resources that combine
the performance of production
equipment with the practicality
required for training human
resources, who are the future
protagonists of the production
sector.
Flexible Configuration
One can choose from a range of options for the machine configuration to
meet the needs of each user.
Industrial CNC. Several CNC
options adaptable to the machine
depending on the needs.
Conventional
VDI.
INDEXABLE TURRET
The VDI disc turret allows working with pre-set tools which is particularly
useful when the same machine is used by different groups of students.
Coolant system
Manual
Pneumatic
JAW CHUCK
Manual tailstock (optional)
The pneumatic jaw chuck is absolutely indispensable to integrate the lathe
in Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS). When you choose this option, the
automatic opening and closing of the safety guard is included.
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Educational solution
Based on a needs study, this machine was
conceived as a way to achieve educational
aims which meet the demands for specific
professional skill development.
Definition of the
manufacturing process
Selection of tools
and devices
Drawing up of machining
programs
Setting up for
production
Performance of
production
We emphasise the importance of the learning environment and ergonomics, bearing in
mind the need to combine individual and group activities. The machine can easily be
integrated in different environments by means of complements and accessories:
• Production set-up classroom
• Machining manufacturing classroom-workshop
• Computer Integrated Manufacturing System (CIM) classroom.
Electronic handwheels (optional)
Emergency Stop-button
Tool devices compartment
Tool devices compartment
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Lathes
Safety
Safety has been taken into account and
conceived for students who start the
learning process with no or little experience
in the operation of machines.
Totally enclosed interlocked sliding guard providing access to mobile zones which cancels
unnecessary risks when the machine operation is set to automatic mode.
Transparent high impact guard which avoids propelling of chips and coolant liquid. Restricted
access by locking doors to electrical danger zones which have been suitably provided with
warning signs.
Design
Compact. Design integrated in one single body, totally
mobile in the classroom-workshop.
Robust. Cast iron bed dimensioned with modern tools: CAE
with finite elements methods.
Resistant. High cutting capacity suitable for machining
steel.
Coolant system
Machining manufacturing classroom-workshop
Winunisoft CNC simulator
Machining with coolant
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Lathes
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Technical features
Material:
Cutting speed:
Feed:
Depth of pass:
Steel F1100
200 m/min
0.15 mm/turn
1.5 mm
Material:
Cutting speed:
Feed:
Depth of pass:
Aluminium alloy COBRAL 11 T3
250 m/min
0.2 mm/turn
2 mm
Swing over bed
230 mm
Distance between centres
530 mm
Longitudinal travel Z
275 mm
Cross travel X
96 mm
Spindle motor
Asynchronous three-phase 1.5 Kw
Spindle speed
100 - 4000 rpm
Axes motors
C.C. (1.44 Nm)
Rapid traverse rate
5000 mm/min
Station indexable turret 8 (12 x 12 mm)
Electronic resolution
0,001 mm
Single-phase mains supply
220 V 50/60 Hz
Dimensions
1470x620x1540 mm
Approximate weight
400 Kg
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Milling machines
Armoni plus
PC-controlled CNC
machining centre for
technical training
Multi CNC.
Programming and visualization of
FAGOR, SIEMENS and FANUC simulators.
Vertical milling machine controlled by PC HARMONY PLUS, an industrial concept adapted to education.
Because safety is a major factor, with this product we offer an extremely safe solution adapted to the needs of the
learning process. The optional incorporation of appropriate accessories converts this equipment into a complete
machining center, that could be a part of a flexible system.
Technical Specifications
X longitudinal travel
Y cross travel
Z vertical travel
Working Table area
Distance spindle to table
Spindle motor
Spindle cone
Spindle speed range
Axes motors stepper motor
Rapid traverse rate
System resolution
Door opening
Mains suplly
Dimensions
Approximate weight
200 mm
200 mm
200 mm
450 x 180 mm
320 mm
Asynchronous three-phase 1,5 Kw
ISO 30
100-4000 rpm
200 s/rev
2500 mm/min.
0,0025 mm.
Automatic
220 V 50/60 Hz
970 x 750 x 900 mm
310 Kg
Mechanical manufacturing systems
Milling machines
STANDAR CONFIGURATION
• Bench mill with built-in safety devices.
• Installation and Programming Manuals.
• Control software from PC WinControl.
OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
• Automatic 8 positions Tool Changer(ATC).
• Workpiece clamping devices (manual and pneumatic).
• Collet-holders ISO-30. Collets and mills.
• Support table for machine and PC.
• Coolant system.
• Silent compressor.
• Edition and simulation software WinUnisoft.
Wincontrol multi-CNC PC control software
The program allows to simulate and execute the machining of a
CNC program, ISO code edited or defined by a CAD / CAM system,
analyzing possible errors.
The machine control is done through a realistic simulation of the
control (FAGOR, SIEMENS, FANUC) we are using.
The main features of the program are:
• Creation of new projects assisted custom chosen control.
Graphica aid when programming all ISO functions ISO supported
by the chosen control.
• Control of machine drives.
• Launch program in automatic mode or block to block.
• Simulation of different tool geometries.
• 3D simulation views of the workpiece, tool and paths.
• Section of the workpiece according to different planes.
• Selecting different colors for different tools.
• Collision detection of the tool with the workpiece and the jaw
chuck.
• Printing of all data, the CNC program and representation graphs.
Apart from its performance, the excellent graphic quality of its
simulator makes a rapid comprehension possible of the performed
machining operations on the part.
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Milling machines
Odisea
CNC Machining
centre for technical
training
Industrial CNC. Several CNC options
adaptable to the machine depending
on the needs.
Flexible Configuration
The modular concept allows the unit to be configured by selecting various optional devices. The configuration
can go from the most basic up to complete automation ready for integration in advanced FMS or CIM systems.
WORK HOLDING DEVICES
Coolant system (optional)
High precision manual
clamp
Manually operated
jaw
Pneumatic clamp (3kN)
Tool Changer
• Automatic 8 position Tool Changer
• DC gear motor drive.
• Tool detector.
• Isolated from chips and coolant liquid.
Automatic indexing plate (optional)
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Design
Flexible, reliable performance is given by the optimum design
integrated into a single body, which is sufficiently stable and
rigid to provide a high machining capacity.
• Linear motion guides with ball re-circulation.
• Ground preloaded ball screws with double nut.
• Spindle equipped with high precision ball bearings.
Safety
Safety is a prime factor and this product
offers an extremely safe solution which
is specially adapted to training needs.
Totally enclosed interlocked sliding guard providing access
to mobile zones which cancels unnecessary risks when the
machine operation is set to automatic mode.
Transparent high impact guard which avoids propelling
of chips and coolant liquid. Restricted access by locking
doors to electrical danger zones which have been suitably
provided with warning signs.
Electronic wheels (optional)
Chucks and tools
Emergency button
Electronic devices approved
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Milling machines
Training for the future
Professional development must be based on activities which allow
acquired knowledge to be transferred to other contexts similar to
those used in the teaching/learning process.
Knowledge, skills and
habilitéis
PRODUCTION
SECTOR
TEACHING
RESOURCES
Skills
development
EDUCATIONAL
CENTRE
Activity structure
Our units are excellent educational resources since they recreate real work situations
which put learning in context. We have developed the perfect tool to synchronise
training activities leading to future professional development.
Machining manufacturing
classroom-workshop
Machining with coolant
WINUNISOFT CNC Simulator
Coolant system (optional)
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Technical Charecteristics
Longitudinal travel X
200 mm
Cross travel Y
200 mm
Vertical travel Z
200 mm
Table size
450x180 mm
Spindle to table
320 mm
Spindle taper
ISO 30
Spindle motor
Asynchronous three-phase 1,5 kW
Spindle speed
100 to 4000 rpm
Cone head
ISO 30
DC motors
DC (1.44 Nm)
Rapid traverse
5000 mm/min
Electronic resolution
0,001 mm
Door opening
Automatic
Single-phase supply voltage
230V 50/60Hz
Dimensions
1470x 918x 1855 mm
Approximate weight
550 Kg
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Software CNC
WinUnisoft
Training software for
CNC programming
SIMPLIFYING LEARNING.
The Alecop initiative for developing
training materials finds its prime
example in the WinUnisoft training
software for editing and simulating
CNC programs. This product, which
is a reference in its sector, is a tool
that is easy to use but gives effective
results allowing users to practise, on
a single platform, programming of the
different numerical controls existing in
the market.
Universal design
WinUnisoft consists of a series of independent modules which give the program
the flexibility necessary for meeting the requirements of each training scenario.
Here are some of its most important features.
AVAILABLE FOR THE FOLLOWING MODELS:
• SINUMERIK 810-T/M
• SINUMERIK 840D-T/M
• GE FANUC Series 21i T/M
• GE FANUC Series 0i T/M
• FAGOR 8025 T/M
• FAGOR 8050-55 T/M
To access the list of functions simulated for each
CNC, go to: www.alecop.com
• A shared platform for learning the various
programming languages used by the main CNC
manufacturers.
• The same program can be used simultaneously
for exercises with lathes and milling machines.
• A wide range of exercises offered for turning and
milling that allows the program to be adapted to
different training levels.
• Licences for the different programming languages
can be purchased successively. Each licence
includes the lathe and milling machine version.
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Integrated into the process
In the process of teaching and learning it is essential to have tools
that allow simulation and adaptation of machining programs prior
to their execution in order to avoid risks and reduce the time the
machines are used.
Through the use of WinUnisoft software learners can:
• Get to know, understand and master the different programming
languages used by the various CNCs.
• Make modifications to programs generated by CAD/CAM
tools.
• Create their own machining programs.
• Transfer programs directly to the machine.
Design
Process
Programming
Manufacturing
EDITING
SIMULATION
OPTIMIZATION
TRANSMISSION
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Software CNC
Designed for learning
WinUnisoft has been specifically designed for use in the teaching and
learning process. Without neglecting the technological content, the program
has been provided with specific features that allow students to acquire
knowledge very quickly.
• Graphic wizard for programming all ISO functions.
• Adaptation of software parameters to any machine tool (industrial
or educational).
• Definition of different types of working materials and mooring
systems.
• Graphic simulation in different 3D displays with representation of
the tool and the processes.
• Graphic editor for cutting tools with a wide range of predefined
shapes.
• Cross-section view of parts from different angles.
• Calculation of machining time.
• Detection of collisions between tool and working material, clamp or
plate.
• Inspection and measurement of the shape of the part. Detection of
basic shapes (arches, planes, etc.)
• Printout of the CNC program and the graphic simulation
• Connection via DNC with numerical controls (sending, receiving
and executing programs from the PC).
Project Organized Work
Unlike industrial simulators where work only takes place with the machining program, with the
WinUnisoft program, the exercises are based on what is known as the “Machining project”. Each
project has the following information which can be configured by the user:
• Shot of finished part (in GIF, JPG, BMP or WMF
format).
• Machining process (in TXT or PDF format).
• Record of machine tool and CNC type.
• Dimensions of the part prior to machining.
• Tools table.
• Program origins table.
• CNC program.
For each project, combining the different documents
described, a wide variety of types of practice
exercises can be defined, thus allowing the teacher
to establish the training plan so that learners can
develop, amongst others, the skills of analysis,
deduction and execution.
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CNC classroom
WinUnisoft software is integrated into
a CNC Classroom configuration that
allows easy but efficient sharing of
the resources available in the training
centre.
This classroom, based on the use of a
local network (Win98/2000/XP),
allows communication between all
programming stations with all CNCs
and printers. The main advantages
offered by this configuration are:
• Unlimited number of programming stations.
• The same classroom can be used to combine industrial and education machines, with different numerical controls.
• Any PC can be used to send and receive programs from all the machines connected to the classroom.
• The program is compatible with access and remote control applications.
• The classroom does not require specific devices, thus allowing it to be used for other applications such as CADCAM, management IT, etc.
Configure Your Own Classroom
Configure your learning environment according to requirements at any time. Quickly
and economically, as a complement to the version with parallel port key protection,
with the incorporation of a new protection system via the Internet, WinUnisoft is
available in three new formats:
• Indefinite licence.
• Temporary 4 month licence.
• Temporary 1 year licence.
• In this way, you can adapt your resources to requirements at any time, thus offering your learners the
possibility of purchasing the product for the training period, selecting as required the different modules
according to the type of machine and digital control.
• Program download takes place from the download area on the Alecop S. Coop. web site.
• While the program is being used, an Internet connection is required. Access is temporary and for a short
time only.
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Software CNC
Wincontrol
Software for editing, simulation and
control of machines from PC
WinControl is distributed with Alecop PC
machines and allows you to edit the ISO
code, simulates the execution of programs
and controls the machine using the control
simulator of choice:
• FAGOR
• SINUMERIK
• FANUC
Key Features
• Assisted creation of new projects.
• Editing with graphic support for programming all ISO functions.
• Editing functions using Cut-Copy-Paste.
• Customize the features of the machine-tool.
• Simulation of different geometries for lathe and milling machine tools.
• 3D simulation representing different views of the too and its path.
• Representation of the vice and the jaw-chuck.
• Selecting different colors for different tools.
• Calculation of machining time.
• Collision detection between the tool and its handle with the part and the jaw.
• Preparing the machine for the machining. Control of axes, speed, adjustment of tools, pre-selection of
origins.
• Control of machining the part on the machine, continuous or block to block.
• Printing of all data, the CNC program and the graphical representations.
To all of these features must be added the great graphic quality that contributes to quick understanding of
the simulated machining and clear detection of errors.
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Working Process
WinControl allows the learning of the processes
necessary to define the machining of a piece due
to practice, based on the plane and manufacturing
process and arriving at the control and the
machining.
Choose the numerical control
CNC program development
(with the programming
assistant)
Setting machine tools
parameters
Simulation
of the machining
Machining in the machine-tool
trough the front panel of the
selected control.
> You choose the type of simulator control with which to work. From here
on code, editing and representation of the control screen are the ones
selected by the user.
> Use the wizard to choose the appropriate code and
define its parameters.
> Syntax error detection in writing or by selecting Analyze
to verify the whole program.
> Definition of machine data to determine the possibility of
machining the part in it.
> Representation of the vice and the jaw to detect
collisions of the tool.
> Definition of the tool geometry and corrector.
> Different graphical representations of the part (zoom,
number of views, sections, perspective, etc..) And the
type of simulation (solid trajectory with and without
compensation).
> Programming error detection, syntactic and trajectories.
> Realization of the machining of the workpiece on the
machine stop control, execution block by block, MDI
program, speed control, devices control, etc...
> The machine can be handeld through the simulation
of the front panel of a control or a generic
representation.
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Virtual Machines
VIRTOOL
Interactive virtual learning
environment for machine-tool
processes.
Interactive 3D graphic-based training
software application.
VIRTOOL Machine for training students
in the preparation and use of swarf
extraction machines (lathes and milling
machines), both conventional and CNC.
With VIRTOOL Machine students can do basic training in
a virtual machine that will considerably reduce the working
time needed before a real machine, and help them acquire
and reinforce the basics of preparation and conventional
machining machine tool and CNC.
Virtual machine-tools that functions just like the real one machines. Each virtual
machine is distributed with a complete case of study library and teaching
multimedia material to resolve those cases.
LEARNING BY DOING
On the base of instructional design is problem-based learning and offer the
possibility of training more autonomous. It uses an advanced instructional
design based on the latest educational research and the latest technology. (PBL
Problem Based Learning, Self-Training, Learning by Doing).
24 HOURS AVAILABLE MACHINE-TOOLS
Allows to work in low availability machines without time limit.
SECURE AND INDESTRUCTIBLE MACHINE-TOOL
Lower risk of accidents and equipment deterioration during learning
process.
REDUCES COSTS OF THE LEARNING PROCESS
It reduces the necessary time in front of an operating machine. It provides a
real effective learning with less support needs.
ONE PERSON ONE MACHINE-TOOL
Allows adjustment between workshop and classroom use, a very hard to get
goal when you only have real machinery.
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How to work with VIRTOOL Machine
The exercise library supplied with each virtual machine is divided in cases of
study. The types of cases are very varied and complete, including from tool
identification to the execution of complex machining processes. This variety
enables the trainer and the student to carry out the training in whichever order
they prefer.
In VIRTOOL Machine the student/user gets knowledge by resolving cases of
study into a virtual environment. The user has all the information necessary to
deal with each case.
• An explanation of the case of study.
• Additional theoretical resources related with each case.
• Continuous communication of errors and guidelines that will help to solve each
step to the consecution of the case.
• The system provides customized html reports that will help the evaluation of
the done work.
INTERACTING WITH THE VIRTUAL MACHINE
It is done through a series of operations that enable students to mechanize complex parts:
> Select: Allows you to identify items.
> Assembly: Mounts or assemble an item in the machine or other item shown in the scene.
> Disassembly: Allows you to disassemble, remove or release an item from the scene.
> Close: Allows you to bind or fix a component to another machine using a tool if necessary.
> Open: You can drop an item from the machine using proper hand tool.
> Scroll: To move the movable elements sequentially or continuously.
> Machining.
> Flip the piece.
> Viewer dimensions: On bounds viewer that works like the real thing.
> CNC: This control manages and interacts with the machine as it
was a real control.
MOVING IN 3D SCENE
It’s simple and intuitive. Even includes preset views to turn to when looking for a specific
element.
Licensing
Customize your CLASSROOM
The modular protection system allows to configure ad-hoc licensing that fits to your
needs. There are currently two protection modes:
> USB key protection.
> Internet license with three timing available.
• 4 months.
• 1 year.
• Unlimited.
• This way you can adapt its resources to current needs and provide students the opportunity to purchase
the product for the period of training.
• Each machine is licensed separately.
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Virtual Machines
ECLIPSE Lathe
FAGOR 8055T numerical control
ECLIPSE is Alecop CNC lathe. There is as real and
virtual machine having both the same performance.
Today is distributed exclusively with FAGOR 8055T simulator control.
With its complete set of activities or case studies, students can study from
the components of the machine until the virtual completion of complex
machining, highlighting:
• Identifying parts of the machine.
• Operating the machine (moving cars, head movements).
• Identification and assembly of tools and tool holders (VDI disk).
• Types of tie, selection and installation of workpiece.
• Security features.
• Identification and implementation of machining.
• Implementation of machining programs.
• Basic Operation of a CNC:
> Search of 0.
> Establishment of speeds of cars and head.
> Working in MDI mode.
> Working in Auto mode.
> Working in manual mode.
> Changing tools correctors.
> Running Programs.
ODISEA milling machine FAGOR 8055M numerical control
Odyssey is one of the CNC mill Alecop.
Odyssey real and exists as a virtual machine having
both the same performance.
Today is distributed exclusively with the FAGOR 8055M control simulator.
With its complete set of activities or case studies, students can study from
the components of the machine until the virtual completion of complex
machining, highlighting:
• Identification of components of the machine.
• Understanding the dynamics of the machine.
• Types of mooring and its elements. Installation and adjustment of
components.
• Identify and install tools and components holder an auxiliary machine
tool magazine.
• Basic Operation of a CNC:
> Preparation of machining.
> Working in MDI mode.
> Working in manual mode.
> Edit correction tools.
> Running Programs.
> Implementation of machining processes. Complex machining.
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VIRUFRE milling machine
This is the VIRTOOL milling machine whose
activities, or case studies, help the student to reach
certain skills.
Each case study / practice is oriented specifically. The students learns
from the components of the machine until complex machining:
• Identification of machine components
• Understanding the dynamics of the machine.
• Types of mooring and its elements.
• Installation and adjustment of components.
• Identify and install tools and components holder
auxiliaries.
• Preparation of machining.
• Operating the machine.
• Perform basic machining.
• Implementation of machining processes.
• Complex machining.
VIRUTOR conventional lathe
With this virtual parallel lathe and the cases of
study library it includes, the students learns:
With this virtual parallel lathe and the cases of study library it includes,
the students learns:
• Identifying the parts of the machine.
• Operating the machine (moving carriages, head movements).
• Identification and assembly of tools and tool holders.
• Types of holders, selection and installation of workpiece.
• Calculation and setting of cutting conditions.
• Security features.
• Identification and implementation of machining.
• Implementation of machining processes.
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Injection molding machine
Babyplast 610P
Plastic injection machine
An industrial machine adapted for training. Ease of
implementation, simple programming via touch screen,
proportional control in all axes, high reliability and low
maintenance.
Babyplast is the result of more than 10 years of
experience in the field of microinjection.
It is particularly suited for training:
• Programming menus easily identified by icons.
• Synoptic indicating in real-time status of sensors and actuators, enables
monitoring of production.
• Compact, quiet and clean.
• Easy maintenance: modular design.
Technical characteristcs
Piston diameter (mm): 10
12
14
16
Injection pressure (kg/cm): 2650 1830 1340 1030
Closing force: 62,5 KN
Opening Force: 4 KN
Career Opening: 30 -110 mm
Expulsion Force: 7,5 KN
Career expulsion: 45 mm
Hydraulic Pressure: 130 bar
Oil tank capacity: 16 liters
Cycle in vacuum: 2,4”
Power: 2,95 Kw
Mold Thickness: 70:135 mm
Parameter memory storage: 100 molds
Cooling: Water open circuit
Cooling (optional): closed circuit cooler table
Weight: 125 Kg
Dimensions: 1100 x 500 x 700 mm
Power: 3x 380 Vac (3 phase + neutral + ground)
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Industrial machinery
An original cast
system
• BABYPLAST 610 is a bench press to inject the
bulk of the market thermoplastics: PP, PA, ABS,
PS, PBT, POM, PPS.
• The machine is fully hydraulic power unit, pump
and tank integrated.
• Gauge display: injection pressure, pressure
mold closing.
• Microprocessor control unit with touch screen
color.
• USB and Ethernet.
• Five barrel sizes for a perfect adaptation to the
expected production.
• Control of all movements in closed loop
proportional control.
• Two programmable outputs for management
cores, air blower, etc..
• Four heating zones with digital PID controllers.
• Cooling control of four flow zones.
• The system of housing and the plate is
an integral part of the machine.
• Only the footprint block is
interchangeable.
• It respects the traditional structure of a
mold.
• The advantages of this device are:
- Low cost molds.
- Lower cost of production.
- Accuracy of the produced parts.
Maximum security
• Emergency stop using mushroom.
• Protective shield detectors.
• Hydraulic safety prohibiting any risk of movement with the guard open.
• Protection of hotspots.
• Drawer Parts Recovery and exit ramp to drain.
• CE and EMC.
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Complement advanced analog electronics
Digital electronic teaching equipment
Advanced digital electronic supplement
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800 Series
Analysis software, circuit simulation and design
page 94
TINA Plus
Electronics microprogrammable
page 96
The E-Blocks
Note: Please see section 3 for details of the Analogue and Digital Electronics
components of the Teaching Dice range.
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The teaching dice system
The teaching
dice system
A modular arrangement that allows the design and
analysis of circuits as per the user’s needs. The
dice are mounted onto a circuit board, which is also
modular and has unlimited possibilities for working
horizontally or vertically.
The entire system can be fitted on the tabletop frame, permitting
combined assemblies involving fully compatible modules and
panels. They are also suitable for demonstration purposes.
The design of the dice ensures the system is extremely versatile:
they are ergonomic, stackable and made of strong shockproof
material. Their transparent base protects the component or
circuit, whilst providing a clear view of the inside.
Further highlights:
• It has a side conductor panel that transmits the current to the
adjacent dice, avoiding the need for multiple wiring.
• It includes a recess for the attachment of labels (included) with the
name of the component or circuit in several languages.
• The connection is made through extremely robust 2 mm eye bolts.
• The component’s symbol is printed on the upper part of the dice
in accordance with European regulations and the International
Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
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Label
Cover
Printed circuit
Pivots
Base
Six-segment
dice
Singlesegment dice
Circuit board
Double-segment dice
Four-segment
dice
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The teaching dice system
Educational digital
electronics equipment
Ref.: 9EQBTELG5A
It is based on a set of electronic elements
mounted on modular frames (block) which enable
you to analyse and design digital electronic circuits
in a quick, convenient and reliable way.
CONTENTS:
2 no. 201 blocks: open connection.
1 no. 208 block: 1-component frame.
2 no. 210 blocks: 4-pin component support.
1 no. 213 block: 1 circuit/2 position Commutator.
6 no. 220 blocks: support resistance (simple).
3 no. 221 blocks: support resistance (double).
2 no. 223 blocks: 10 ohm / 4W Resistance.
1 no. 224 block: 47 ohm / 4 W Resistance.
2 no. 225 blocks: 100 ohm / 4 W Resistance.
1 no. 226 block: 470 ohm / 2 W Resistance.
2 no. 229 blocks: resistance 10 K / 0.5W.
3 no. 238 blocks: electric condenser support (simple).
2 no. 240 block: support capacitor (simple).
1 no. 247 block: 100 nF Condenser.
1 no. 252 block: 100 uF Condenser.
2 no. 253 blocks: 470 uF Condenser.
1 no. 254 block: 1000 uF Condenser.
1 no. 263 block: 2 Kohm potentiometer.
1 no. 264 block: 5 Kohm potentiometer.
1 no. 265 block: 10 Kohm potentiometer.
1 no. 266 block: 50 Kohm potentiometer.
1 no. 267 block: 100 Kohm potentiometer.
1 no. 268 block: 500 Kohm potentiometer.
4 no. 270 blocks: 1N4007 diode.
1 no. 273 block: BZY97C10V Zener diode.
1 no. 276 block: photodiode.
1 no. 279 block: phototransistor.
1 no. 280 block: BC337 transistor.
2 no. 282 blocks: BD137 transistor.
1 no. 283 block: BD138 transistor.
1 no. 288 block: unijunction transistor 2N2646.
1 no. 294 block: DB3 diac.
1 no. 295 block: thyristor C106D.
1 no. 296 block: SC141D triac.
1 no. 314 block: large fixture.
1 no. 333 block: bridge rectifier.
1 no. 350 block: Operational E. Connect.
1 no. 351 block: Operating with connected inputs.
1 no. 358 block: Red LED.
1 no. 363 block: 12 + 12V transformer.
2 no. 372 blocks: 100 mH inductance.
Standard accessories included:
• Base Plates circuit assembly.
• Set of parts / consumables.
• Connectors.
• Storage Boxes.
• Field Manual.
Optional accessories:
• Desktop Chassis.
• Instrumentation (oscilloscope, multimeter ...)
• Manual of theoretical.
Advanced
analog electronics
complement
Ref.: 9EQANALAVA
Given set of plug-in that allows zener study,
regulators, optocouplers, resistance NTC, PTC,
LDR etc.
CONTENTS
1 no. 228 didactic block: 4.7 Kohm resistance / 0.5.
1 no. 246 didactic block: 47 nF capacitor.
1 no. 251 didactic block: 10 mF capacitor.
1 no. 262 didactic block: 1 Kohm potentiometer.
1 no. 272 didactic block: BZY97C5V1 Zener diode.
1 no. 274 didactic block: BZY97C12V Zener diode.
1 no. 285 didactic block: FET 2N5486.
1 no. 286 didactic block: Transistor FET 2N5460.
1 no. 287 didactic block: PUT 2N6027.
1 no. 330 didactic block: regulator 7805.
1 no. 331 didactic block: 7905 controller.
1 no. 332 didactic block: LM317 regulator.
1 no. 335 didactic block: H11A1 Optocoupler.
1 no. 336 didactic block: 6N136 optocoupler.
1 no. 341 didactic block: NTC resistance.
1 no. 342 didactic block: PTC.
1 no. 343 didactic block: LDR resistance.
1 no. 345 didactic block: 2 relay contacts / 2 positions.
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Educational digital
electronics equipment
Ref.: 9EQBTELD5A
It is based on a set of electronic elements
mounted on modular frames (block) which
enable you to analyse and design digital
electronic circuits in a quick, convenient
and reliable way.
CONTENTS
3 no. 220 block: resistance mount.
2 no. 240 block: condenser mount.
1 no. 282 block: BD 137 transistor.
1 no. 212 block: NA button.
1 no. 311 block: small D.C. motor.
1 no. 340 block: quartz crystal.
1 no. 345 block: 2c 2p relay.
3 no. 400 block: 4 2-input AND gates.
4 no. 401 block: 4 2-input NAND gates.
2 no. 402 block: 4 2-input OR gates.
4 no. 403 block: 4 2-input NOR gates.
2 no. 404 block: 4 2-input XOR gates.
2 no. 406 block: 6 inverters.
4 no. 411 block: J-K weighgear and R-S inputs.
2 no. 412 block: 2 type J-K weighgears.
1 no. 413 block: D weighgear and R-S inputs.
1 no. 414 block: type D weighgear.
2 no. 422 block: 4-bit adder with carry.
2 no. 423 block: 4-bit comparator.
1 no. 425 block: shift register.
1 no. 426 block: 4 Tri-state power dividers.
1 no. 426 block: 4 Tri-state power dividers.
1 no. 427 block: 4-output demultiplexer.
3 no. 428 block: 4-input Tri-state.
1 no. 429 block: 8-output decoder.
1 no. 430 block: decimal BCD decoder.
1 no. 431 block: 7-segment decimal decoder.
1 no. 432 block: 7-segment display.
1 no. 433 block: 7-segment display with BCD input.
3 no. 434 block: 4-bit counter.
1 no. 435 block: 4-bit counter.
1 no. 436 block: BCD programmable counter.
1 no. 437 block: 4-bit counter/discounter.
1 no. 441 block: 2 4-input NAND gates.
3 no. 445 block: 4 logic output commutators.
2 no. 446 block: 8 LED with amplifier.
2 no. 450 block: 14-pin DIL footing.
1 no. 451 block: 16-pin DIL footing.
1 no. 455 block: arithmetic logic unit (ALU).
1 no. 461 block: oscillator.
2 no. 463 block: 555 integrated circuit.
1 no. 490 block: 5V supply source.
Accessories supplied as standard:
• Base plates for assembling circuits.
• Set of consumable components/material.
• Connectors.
• Storage cases.
• A manual of practical exercises.
Optional accessories:
• Tabletop frame.
• Instrumentation (oscilloscope, multi-purpose tester...).
Advanced digital
electronics
complement
Ref.: 9EQDIGIAVA
CONTENTS
1 Educational block no. 213: 1 circuit/2 positions commutator.
1 Educational block no. 245: 10 nF condenser.
2 Educational block no. 271: 1N4148 diode.
1 Educational block no. 399: analog digital converter.
1 Educational block no. 348: analog digital converter.
1 Educational block no. 444: 8 OR/NOR gate.
1 Educational block no. 460: timer.
1 Educational block no. 462: motor simulator.
1 Educational block no. 464: PLL unit.
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Basic electronics training devices
Basic electronics
training devices 800 Series
The training cube system optionally includes the 800 Series training devices for studying
the basic analogue and digital electronics circuits. They are supplied in the form of
training panels on which a series of cards are placed with electronic circuits already
mounted for analysis.
Analogue electronics training device ANG-800
Ref.: 9EQAN8006C
Training device for studying
the basic analogue electronics
circuits. It consists of a base
module to which ready-mounted
circuits can be fitted for analysis
and on which activities can be
carried out on a protoboard.
It includes the following elements:
• ANG-800 base module:
- Power source +/-15 volts DC/0.5A
- Transformer with medium socket 12-0-12 volts AC/0.3A
- Two variable voltage sources +/-10 volts DC/0.1A
- One AC voltage source with variable amplitude (0 - 10 volts)
and frequency (1Hz - 1KHz)
- Protoboard
• ANG-801 rectification and filtering application card.
• ANG-802 circuit to transistor application card.
• ANG-803 operational amplifier application card.
• Storage drawer with connectors, accessories and electronic
components.
• CD with User Manual, Practical Manual and information
(datasheets) on the main electronic components used on the
device.
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Digital electronics training device DIG-800
Ref.: 9EQDI8006C
Training device for studying the
basic digital electronics circuits.
It consists of a base module to
which ready-mounted circuits can
be instantly fitted for analysis and
on which activities can be carried
out on a protoboard.
It includes the following
elements:
• DIG-800 base module: - Power source +5 volts DC/1A
- Variable frequency oscillator, 1Hz - 100KHz (0-5V TTL)
- Digital signal generator via push-button with debouncing circuit
- Protoboard
• DIG-801 gate and logic function application card
• DIG-802 combinational circuit application card
• DIG-803 sequential circuit application card
• Storage drawer with connectors, accessories and electronic components
• CD with User Manual, Practical Manual and information (datasheets) on the main electronic components used on
the device
Step-by-step motor card DIG-805
Ref.: 9EQMPPARG2
It is increasingly common to find step-by-step motors in industrial products,
whether as a result of their affordability, reliability – they have greatly improved as
regards both features and variety of choice - or simplicity of operation and control.
These motors are used in robotics and positioning systems, for example, or in small
computer disk drives.
Alecop has developed the DIG-805 card for study and analysis of the characteristics
of these motors.
The card functions with an independent external power source with a 0 and +5V output, or it can be powered from the
Alecop DIG-800 Panel, as this panel already has 2 mm socket type outputs.
Controls and characteristics
Speed control
Change of rotation direction
Internal or external control (automaton)
Resolution 0.45º
Binary or BCD pulse counter from external control
Half step/full step
Zero search
Continuous or pulse control
Pins for signal capture by oscilloscope
A CD user manual for the training device is delivered with the unit.
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Circuit analysis, simulation and design software
Circuit analysis, simulation and
design software
TINA PLUS electronic design/
simulation software
Tina Plus is a design and simulation program
for analogue, digital and programmable (VHDL)
electronic circuits, MCU micro controllers and PCB
printed circuit design. It also allows programmed
inclusion of failures in components, to facilitate the
electronic circuit analysis and diagnosis stage. It
includes a manual in English.
INCLUDES LIBRARIES WITH THOUSANDS OF COMPONENTS:
• Passive components: resistors, coils, potentiometers, capacitors, diodes,
etc.
• Active components: transistors, thyristors, triacs, diacs, operational
amplifiers, etc.
• Sources: current sources, voltage sources, current and voltage
generators, controlled sources, digital pulse sources, digital clock, etc.
• Ports: AND, OR, NAND, NOR, XOR.
• Scales: D, RS, JK, etc.
INCLUDES A SET OF VIRTUAL MEASUREMENT ELEMENTS:
• Voltmeters, ammeters, watt meter.
• Impedance meter.
• Digital multimeter.
• Function generator.
• Storage oscilloscope.
• Signal analyser.
• Digital signal generator.
• Logic analyser.
Analog electronics, digital and microprogrammers
Circuit analysis, simulation and design software
page 95
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Enables analysis of digital circuits with VHDL simulation and
with PIC micro controllers
TINA includes a powerful VHDL simulation motor. With TINA, any digital
circuit can be automatically converted to VHDL code and analysed as a
VHDL design. A wide variety of hardware available in VHDL can also be
analysed and its own components defined in VHDL. Once these are defined,
they can automatically take on the form of programmable logic devices such
as FPGA or CPLD.
Enables PCB design (option
only available on DESIGNSUITE version)
TINA includes all the necessary
tools for advanced PCB design,
including automatic placement and
routing, “follow me” and manual trace
placement, DRC (Design Rule Check),
forward and back annotation, pin and
gate swapping, keep-in and keep-out
areas, thermal relief, fanout function,
plane layers, Gerber file output, etc.
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Micro-programmable electronics: E-Blocks system
Micro-programmable electronics:
E-Blocks system
What are E-Blocks?
E-blocks are small electronic circuit
boards, each of which contains a functional
block of electronics typically found in an
electronic system.
The E-blocks range consists of around
150 separate items that can be combined
to design a large number of systems in
different fields of micro-programmable
electronics.
Starter training devices
A set of E-blocks for training students in the different types of PICAVR-ARM micro controllers and CPLD/FPGA type programmable
devices. They may be used as study units or for project work.
They include their corresponding set of E-blocks (up to 20 different
items), mounted on a metal support, power source, storage
drawers, documentation and accessories. If required, the set may
be extended to include any available E-block module. They do not
include FLOWCODE or any other type of programming tools.
STARTER TRAINING DEVICES AVAILABLE:
• Basic training device for studying PIC micros
• Advanced training device for studying PIC micros
• Basic training device for studying AVR micros
• Advanced training device for studying AVR micros
• Basic training device for studying ARM micros
• Advanced training device for studying ARM micros
• CPLD training device (2500 gates)
• FPGA training device (120K gates)
Analog electronics, digital and microprogrammers
Micro-programmable electronics: E-Blocks system
page 97
This is a simple, powerful programming tool for
developing complex electronic systems with no need
for advanced programming knowledge.
Conversion of flow diagrams to C and then to Assembler helps the students to learn these programming
languages and study the functioning of the different micro controllers. It includes simulation tools for the
program generated, and system input variables can be worked on.
ADVANTAGES:
• It allows students to quickly learn programming
strategies.
• It provides access to electronic technology for students
of very different levels.
• It introduces students to C and Assembler programming
concepts.
• It motivates the students, as it allows them to design
complex real systems (a mobile phone, for example).
Licences available (individual, 10 stations or centre):
• Flowcode for PIC micros
• Flowcode for AVR micros
• Flowcode for ARM micros
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Micro-programmable electronics: E-Blocks system
Applications with micro controllers
The applications are training devices for the study, research and
development of different micro controller-based systems.
They include their corresponding set of E-blocks (up to 20 different items)
mounted on a metal support, power source, storage drawers, cables and
accessories. The applications include Flowcode, for centres with macros
available to facilitate programming.
TRAINING DEVICES AVAILABLE:
• Vehicle electronics – CAN Bus
• Vehicle electronics accessory – LIN Bus
• Bluetooth communications training device
• Wireless communications training device – Mobile Phone
• Digital communications training device – Ethernet-Internet
• Zigbee wireless communications training device
• RFID systems training device
• PLC construction
Analog electronics, digital and microprogrammers
Micro-programmable electronics: E-Blocks system
page 99
List of E-Blocks
The modular nature of the E-Blocks system allows tailored configurations to be created
according to requirements. Consult our website for further information on the e-blocks
available and other related products.
PHASE 1
Choose the control device to be used
(PIC, ATMEL, CPLD, FPGA, etc).
PHASE 2
Add the necessary peripherals (inputs, outputs,
LED, displays, serial line, etc).
PHASE 3
Program the system using FLOWCODE or conventional tools (C
compiler, assembler).
PHASE 4
For developing complete electronic systems
such as this mobile phone.
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electrical engineering
There follows a presentation of the teaching aids for the
study of electrical engineering from both an experimental
and an analytical perspective, with the focal point or
mainstay of the work being the “Analysis of Electrical Circuits”,
addressing other blocks of content (Electromagnetism,
Transformation, etc.) as and when they become important
and relevant to the student’s teaching-learning process.
Introduction
page 102
Laboratory approach
Circuit analysis
page 104
Electrostatics and electromagnetism
page 106
Three-phase systems
page 108
Transformation of electric current
page 110
Introduction to electric machinery
page 112
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Electrical engineering
page 102 Introduction
the
electrical
Nuestra oferta
para fabricación mecánica engineering
destaca por posibilitar el
diseño de entornos de aprendizaje software/hardware adaptables
laboratory
approach
a todas las necesidades.
Teaching activities
These activities permit the instructor to organise different types of activities
(demonstrations, explanations, etc.) for small or large groups. This means
removing the traditional gap between classroom theory and workshop practice,
integrating the entire process within a single physical setting.
Electrostatics
Magnetic
Fields
Electric
Fields
Current
Transformation
Documentation
A full array of documents, which in addition to the
required user manuals for the equipment includes:
- The Teaching Guide: a description of the syllabus with
the definition of goals, activities, scheduling, etc.
- The Handbook of Practical Activities, catering for the
comprehensive use of the equipment in this catalogue.
- The Handbook of Content, as an introduction to the
basics of electricity.
Safety
All the equipment within the field of
three-phase systems, transformation and
the introduction to electrical machinery
has been designed to operate at 22/38
V, with an assurance of safety for users
that should be considered within its
proper context: the operating voltages
are 1/10th of the real ones (220/380 V).
Electrical engineering
Introduction
page 103
There follows a presentation of the teaching aids for the study of electrical engineering from both an experimental and an analytical perspective, with the focal
point or mainstay of the work being the “Analysis of Electrical Circuits”, addressing
other blocks of content (Electromagnetism, Transformation, etc.) as and when
they become important and relevant to the student’s teaching-learning process.
Learning activities
These enable the student to undertake activities for analysing and
experimenting with circuits, machinery and components. They include a series
of technological features on a range of media that prepare the ground for the
analysis and quick and reliable building of the circuits.
DC and AC circuits
Three-phase
Systems
Electric
Machinery
Instruments
Modularity
Each item of equipment in
this catalogue has a modular
arrangement in order to fulfil
teaching requirements as per
the user’s needs. For further
information, please contact your
local distributor.
Ancillary equipment
The laboratory can be fully fitted out with
ancillary equipment, such as furniture,
whiteboards, projectors, commercial
instruments (multimeters, oscilloscopes,
function generators) etc. The ancillary
equipment distributed by Alecop appears
in full in the online catalogue
(www.alecop.com)
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page 104 Circuit analysis
Circuit analysis
TABLETOP TEACHING FRAME
SET OF CONNECTION TEACHING DICE
An upright structure used to hold dice, modules and
panels for demonstration purposes.
It provides a ±15 V supply from the ALI-700 module
to any other module that so requires.
They provide a graphic portrayal of the circuit and simplify
the wiring arrangement. The set includes dice for open
connection, lines, angles, crossovers... Recommended for
demonstration purposes.
THE TEACHING DICE SYSTEM
A modular arrangement that allows the design and analysis
of circuits as per the user’s needs. The dice are mounted
onto a circuit board, which is also modular and has unlimited
possibilities for working horizontally or vertically.
The entire system can be fitted on the tabletop frame, permitting
combined assemblies involving fully compatible modules and
panels. They are also suitable for demonstration purposes.
Label
Cover
The design of the dice ensures the system is extremely versatile:
they are ergonomic, stackable and made of strong shockproof
material. Their transparent base protects the component or circuit,
whilst providing a clear view of the inside.
Printed circuit
Pivots
Base
Six-segment
dice
Singlesegment dice
Circuit board
Double-segment dice
Four-segment
dice
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Circuit analysis page 105
Contents:
SET OF EDUCATIONAL CIRCUIT
ANALYSIS BLOCK
These are electrical elements fitted onto a block framework which
provides an easy way for the analysis and the rapid and reliable
construction of D.C. and A.C. currents. The blocks give a visual
access to the component/circuit, incorporating electrical contacts,
standard silk-screening and identification labels.
Further highlights:
• It has a side conductor panel that transmits the current to
the adjacent dice, avoiding the need for multiple wiring.
• It includes a recess for the attachment of labels
(included) with the name of the component or circuit in
several languages.
• The connection is made through extremely robust 2 mm
eye bolts.
• The component’s symbol is printed on the upper part of
the dice in accordance with European regulations and
the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).
1 no. 208 block: 1-component frame
1 no. 211 block: switch
1 no. 213 block: 1 circuit/2 position Commutator
1 no. 222 block: 1 ohm / 4 W Resistance
2 no. 223 blocks: 10 ohm / 4W Resistance
1 no. 224 block: 47 ohm / 4 W Resistance
2 no. 225 blocks: 100 ohm / 4 W Resistance
1 no. 226 block: 470 ohm / 2 W Resistance
2 no. 227 blocks: 1 Kohm / 1 W Resistance
1 no. 243 block: 220 pF Condenser
1 no. 244 block: 1 nF Condenser
1 no. 245 block: 10 nF Condenser
1 no. 247 block: 100 nF Condenser
1 no. 249 block: 1 uF / 63 V Condenser
1 no. 252 block: 100 uF Condenser
2 no. 253 blocks: 470 uF Condenser
1 no. 254 block: 1000 uF Condenser
1 no. 255 block: 2200 uF Condenser
1 no. 256 block: 4700 uF Condenser
4 no. 270 blocks: 1N4007 diode
1 no. 273 block: BZY97C10V Zener diode
4 no. 310 blocks: 1.5 V battery holder
2 no. 313 blocks: small bulb holder
1 no. 370 block: 8 H / 0.05 amp inductance
1 no. 371 block: inductance with ferrite core
2 no. 372 blocks: 100 mH inductance
1 no. 380 block: Constantan wire (CuNi)
1 no. 381 block: Chrome-nickel wire (CrNi)
1 no. 382 block: Copper wire
1 no. 362 block: Battery
1 no. 394 block: Voltage supply
1 no. 395 block: Current supply
1 no. 314 block: Large bulb socket
Accessories supplied as standard:
• Base plates for creating circuits.
• Batteries and light bulbs.
• Lighter.
• Connectors.
• Storage boxes.
Recommended optional accessories:
• Tabletop frame
Required instrumentation:
• Oscilloscope.
• Voltmeter and ammeter (or multimeter).
Recommended optional elements:
• Desktop frame
• Power module ALI-700 source of + 15 V
• DRV-120 Educational unit: power driver
• MIM-700 Educational unit: magnetic induction
measurer
• Function generator
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Electrical engineering
page 106 Electrostatics and electromagnetism
Electrostatics and electromagnetism
DIDACTIC ELECTROSTATICS KIT
KEL-120
DIDACTIC ELECTRICAL FIELD KIT
KCE-120
Carrier case for analysing electrostatic phenomena,
which contains the following items:
This consists of a set of elements which are assembled by the user on a perspex base, which
enable the force of a charge on an electric field, the
principle of the workings of the condenser, etc., to
be analysed. The phenomena can be observed on a
screen with the aid of an over-head projector.
• A cat-skin cloth.
• A cork ball frame.
• A PVC stick.
• A perspex stick.
The elements included in the briefcase are:
Standard accessories included: • User manual
Recommended Optional Accessories: • Coulombimeter COL-120.
• A base plate.
• 2 specific charge parts.
• 2 straight condenser parts.
• 1 cup part.
• 1 jar of semolina.
• 2 wires.
• 1 steel ball.
Standard accessories included: • User manual
NECESSARY accessories:
• FAT-120 high voltage source
Electrical engineering
Electrostatics and electromagnetism
DIDACTIC MAGNETIC FIELD KIT
KCM-120
This is a set of elements which, once they have been
assembled on a perspex base, allow the force lines
of a magnetic field generated by different types of
conductor elements to be analysed. The resulting
phenomena can be visualised on a screen with the
aid of an over-head projector. The various parts
supplied with the briefcase include:
• A magnet base plate
• A plain base
• A straight-line current wire base
• A spire plate
• A coil plate
• 4 20 x 40 mm magnets
• 4 pieces of iron, 20 x 40 mm
• 4 pieces of aluminium, 20 x 40 mm
• 4 pieces of plastic, 20 x 40 mm
• 1 jar of iron filings
• 6 magnetised needles
• 1 magnetised needle with frame
Standard accessories included: • User manual
NECESSARY accessories:
• FAC-120 high voltage source
page 107
HIGH VOLTAGE SOURCE FOR
TEACHING PURPOSES
FAT-120
A high voltage source that is fully protected to ensure
user safety. It provides a direct voltage of up to 7500
V that can be regulated by means of a potentiometer
control, with a maximum current of 100 μA.
It has a digital display with a voltage reading. The
power supply is 110-230 V / 50-60 Hz depending on
the model.
Standard accessories included:
• User manual
DIDACTIC HIGH CURRENT SUPPLY
FAC-120
A source of high current set into a panel which can
be placed on a frame or on a tabletop. It provides a
current of up to 100 amp A.C. in the founder. Direct
and alternating output, via separate sockets. A
potentiometer allows you to vary the current. It has a
visual display and special connectors for connecting
different types of metal wires (for the analysis of
heating, melting, etc).
Standard accessories included:
• User manual
• Conductor materials: copper,nichrome and
constantan.
• Fuses
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page 108 Three-phase systems
Three-phase systems
EDUCATIONAL UNIT RNC-120
TEACHING MODULE
uncontrolled single-three-phase rectification
battery module
There is a series of rectifier bridges incorporated
onto a 6 power diode base (10A/600W) which are
interconnectable and individually insulated against
overvoltage.
Modular item for simulating a back electromotive
force, consisting of a 12 V, 6.5 Ah battery. The battery
is charged internally by connecting the module to the
power supply (110-230 V / 50-60 Hz depending on the
module) and turning on the light switch. Safety bushings
included.
With the use of set of templates and connectors, it is
possible to select and configure the various types of
rectifier bridges which are under analysis:
• RNC-121 Template: medium wave single phase rectifier.
• RNC-122 Template: single phase bridge rectifier.
• RNC-123 Template: medium wave two-phase rectifier.
• RNC-124 Template: medium wave three phase rectifier.
• RNC-125 Template: three phase bridge rectifier.
The unit is designed to work on both standard as well as
low voltage (22/38). There are high security 4mm
bushes and 2m bushes provided for this, which also
allow you to be able to measure the voltages and the
currents of the circuits.
The unit s supply inputs are protected by 10A ultra-rapid
fuses.
Standard accessories included:
• User manual.
• Connection bridges.
NECESSARY accessories:
• TRI-120 teaching module: three-phase transformer (for
low voltage operation, if required).
BAT-120
Standard accessories included:
• User manual
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Three-phase systems
page 109
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EDUCATIONAL UNIT CIR-120
EDUCATIONAL UNIT CRC-120
resistive-inductive charge
capacitive charge
This a triple unit with three groups of R-L charges. Each
group is composed of a 150mH/1A inductance and a
33 ohm/35W resistance in series with a rheostat of the
same value. There is protection against overcurrent
measured at 1A for each group. The maximum charge
applicable is 50Vef.
This a triple modular frame which incorporates a series
of condensers grouped electrically into three groups:
C1, C2, and C3. By means of a set of templates (3)
and connectors (no more than three), it is possible to
configure:
Using a different multi-template and jumpers, you can
select the type of connection charges and the desired
work. The use of cables in the assembly is minimal.
The template collection includes:
• CIR-121 Template: Charge R free connection.
• CIR-122 Template: Charge L free connection.
• CIR-123 Template: Charge R-L free series connection.
• CIR-124 Template: Charge R-L free parallel connection.
• CIR-125 Template: Charge R triangle connection.
• CIR-126 Template: Charge L triangle connection.
• CIR-127 Template: Charge R-L triangle series connection.
• CIR-128 template: parallel RL load delta connection.
• CIR-129 template: Charging R star connection.
• CIR-130 template: Cargo L star connection.
• CIR-131 template: Load RL series star connection.
Standard accessories included:
• User manual.
• Connection bridges.
NECESSARY accessories:
• TRI-120 teaching module: three-phase transformer.
• CRC-121 Template: Free connection.
• CRC-122 Template: Star connection.
• CRC-123 Template: Triangle connection.
Each group of condensers can adopt capacities of 1,
5, 10, 25, 50 and/or 100(F which can be selected by
means of a change-over switch. The maximum working
voltage of each group is 63V.
Standard accessories included: • User manual.
• Connection bridges.
Recommended Optional Accessories:
• Instrumentation: voltmeter, ammeter, phase meter, ...
NECESSARY accessories:
• TRI-120 teaching module: three-phase transformer.
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page 110 Transformation of electric current
Transformation of electric current
DIDACTIC MONOPHASE TRANSFORMER
KIT
KTM-120
EDUCATIONAL UNIT TRI-120
A kit for assembling and studying different types of
single phase transformers. It enables you to analyse
the principles of electromagnetism: the functioning
of a relay, of a bell, ...
This is a three-phase transformer which, depending on
the model (TRI-122 or TRI-123), has a transformation
ratio of either 220V to 22/38V or 380V to 22V-38V, with
an apparent power of 300 VA.
It consists of a triple unit for a assembly base and
a briefcase which contains the various construction
elements such as:
The output voltage is 22V between phases (12.7V
neutral phase) and 4 Amperes or 38V between
phases (22V neutral phase) and 3.75 Amperes which
can be selected by means of a commutator on the
front template.
• A U nucleus
• An I nucleus with an air gap variation control
• 2 x 500-spire coils
• 2 x 250-spire coils
• 2 x 100-spire pendulum coils
• Pendulum sheet (relay, bell, etc.)
• Bell ringer
• 2 frames (relay contact)
• Pendulum arm (Foucault)
• Magnets
• Various parts (pieces of iron, aluminium, etc.)
Standard accessories included:
• User manual.
three-phase transformer 230/400-22/38V
The output is by both 4mm and 2mm bushes
and they are protected against overcurrent and
shortcircuit with a light indicator per phase. They are
thermally insulated with resetting being produced
automatically after the protective elements have been
cold for a period of time.
The frontal light display shows the order of phases
(L1-L2-L3 or L1-L3-L2).
The transformer primary is protected by 2A fuses with
a light indication if any should blow (pilot light out).
Standard accessories included:
• User manual.
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Transformation of electric current
page 111
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EDUCATIONAL UNIT ETT-120
threephase transformer study
Equipment for analysing the different types of connections on three-phase transformers.
It is composed of an ETT-120 three-phase transformer
multitemplate unit and a set of 12 templates.
The unit incorporates three single phase transformers,
each of which has two secondaries of an identical transformation ratio (0.5/1). The nominal voltage for the primary
windings is 22v and 11V for the secondary ones.
TEACHING MODULE
AUT-120
By means of the templates (12), and connectors (never
more than 9), the following three-phase transformer configurations may be obtained:
single-phase autotransformer
Single-phase autotransformer with 230 V / 50-60
Hz input voltage and variable output adjusted by a
potentiometer control.
• Maximum output voltage: 250 V
• Maximum output load: 1 A
• Protection: 1 A fuse
• Safety bushings
Standard accessories included:
• User manual
• T-E-1 Template: Triangle-Startime phase difference 1
• T-E-5 Template: Triangle-Startime phase difference 5
• T-E-11 Template: Triangle-Startime phase difference 11
• T-2E Template: Triangle-Double Star
• T-T-0 Template: Triangle-Triangle-time phase difference 0
• T-Z-0 Template: Triangle-Zig/Zag-time phase difference 0
• E-E-0 Template: Star-Star- time phase difference 0
• E-E-6 Template: Star-Star- time phase difference 6
• E-T-5 Template: Star-Triangletime phase difference 5
• E-T-11 Template: Star- Triangletime phase difference 11
• E-Z-5 Template: Star-Zig-Zagtime phase difference 5
• E-Z-11 Template: Star-Zig-Zagtime phase difference 11
The input/output terminals are printed on all the labels.
Each one of the six secondary windings is fitted with a thermal protection circuit with a light indicator, set at 0.65 A.
Required accessories:
• TRI-120 three phase transformer didactic module.
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page 112 Introduction to electric machinery
Introduction to electric machinery
DISSECTIBLE ROTARY ELECTRIC
MACHINES KMQ-120
The KMQ-120 dissectible machine has been designed for
the clear and straightforward study of the building, operation
and performance of the most common rotary machines. With
relatively few parts and an easily understandable operation,
a large number of tests can be carried out, combining the
advantage of a simplified but real system with the highly
accurate reproduction of practical conditions.
The equipment consists of a tabletop panel, which may be
mounted upright on a frame, and a carrier case with a series
of parts (rotors, brush holdings, coils, field poles, etc.),
which can be used to build different rotary machines on the
panel in a quick and easy way.
The support disc is attached to the panel, being used for
screwing on the various field poles. The shaft protrudes
from the centre of the disc and this is where the different
rotors are attached. The necessary parts included (rotors,
field poles, light poles, etc.), as required for building the
machines, are the following:
1 Two-pole rotor
1 Three-pole rotor
1 Twelve-pole rotor
1 Squirrel cage rotor
6 Narrow field poles
3 Wide field poles
6 Windings of 240 turns
4 Windings of 1400 turns
5 Brushes
1 Brush holder
6 Light poles
1 Drive motor with belts
1 Drive belt
6 M5 X 50 mm Allen screws.
1 x 5 mm Allen key
1 x 2.5 mm Allen key
4 x 4 mm. X 150 mm red wires
4 x 4 mm. X 1 mm black wires
An area has been set aside on the upper left-hand corner of
the panel for the attachment of a drive motor that will allow
experiments to be conducted with generators or provide a
braking torque for the motors.
The right-hand side of the panel has the area for electric
connections, using interchangeable labels.
These allow the quick and clear interconnection of the various
windings on the rotary machine subject to the experiment,
providing the necessary information for its assembly. The
areas the label is subdivided into make it easy to distinguish
the electric connections both inside and outside the machine
(connection board), without losing the perspective of a real
machine.
The panel includes an adjustable power supply for the
excitation of the machines, as well as a tachometer for
measuring the motor’s velocity during the different types of
tests.
The machines built are powered by a low voltage supply
- 22/38 V AC/DC -, which ensures the students’ safety.
Accordingly, provision is made for a three-phase transformer
230-400/22-38 V (TRI-120), or a low voltage three-phase
generator that takes the single-phase mains supply of 110230 V / 50-60 Hz (depending on the module) to supply a
three-phase voltage of 22/38 V. (GTT-120).
Electrical engineering
Introduction to electric machinery
page 113
The kit caters for the study of the following rotary machines,
amongst others:
• DC generators
• AC motors
• Asynchronous alternator
• Synchronous motor
• Universal motor
• Single-phase induction motor
• Repulsion motor
• Wound-rotor three-phase motor
• Dahlander motor
• etc.
Standard accessories included:
• User manual
• Practicals handbook
NECESSARY accessories:
• GTT-120 three-phase generator or TRI-120 three-phase
transformer
Recommended optional accessories:
• CIR-120 teaching module: RL loads
• CRC-120 teaching module: RC loads
DISSECTIBLE ROTARY ELECTRIC
MACHINES KMQ-100
This is a “reduced” version of the dissectible machine,
designed as a student work station. Although it has
fewer options than the full kit, it may be a valid option,
depending on the nature of the practicals to be held.
Basically, the differences are as follows:
- The panel is smaller, removing the options of drive
motor, tachometer, power source, and connections
area, maintaining just a small assembly panel.
- There are fewer components for building machines,
with the following contents:
THREE-PHASE GENERATOR GTT-120
Panel for mounting on the frame or tabletop that
incorporates a low voltage variable frequency threephase generator with a single-phase mains supply of
110-230 V / 50-60 Hz (depending on the module). It
has the following specifications:
• Phase-neutral voltage: 0-22 V variable strength
adjusted by a potentiometer control.
• Phase-Phase: 0-38 V strength.
• Maximum current per phase: 5 A.
• Protection against current surges and short circuits.
• Frequency variation: 1-100 Hz in two scales and
potentiometer control.
• Instant value output from the three-phase network,
variable between 0-360º.
• 3 simultaneously variable 0-30 V / 5 A DC outputs
• Option of independent control of the value of the
amplitude and frequency.
6 Windings of 250 turns
2 Windings of 1400 turns
1 Twelve-pole rotor
1 Squirrel cage rotor
1 Brush holder
5 Brushes
2 Wide field poles
6 Narrow field poles
1 assembly support base
1 assembly shaft
All the equipment is supplied in a carrier case.
Standard accessories included:
• User manual
• Practicals handbook
NECESSARY accessories:
• GTT-120 three-phase generator or TRI-120 threephase transformer
Recommended optional accessories:
• CIR-120 teaching module: RL loads
• CRC-120 teaching module: RC loads
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electrical machines
Our lab proposal includes everything needed for the
study at different levels of static and rotating electrical
machines.
Introduction
page 116
Proposal for a Laboratory
BEM 199
page 118
Modular test bench BEM 199
page 122
Bench
page 123
Module ALI-199
page 124
page 126
Module FTC-199
page 125 Module FCC-199
Module CRG-199
page 127 Module GTP-199
page 128
Module CTR-199
Module SAD40M
page 130 DIANA Software
page 129
Automation
page 132
Control and testing with electrical machines CM-281
page 134 Mains voltage electrical automation
Transformers
page 135
Machines
page 136
A.C electrical machines / D.C.
Construction of transformers
page 138
Construction of transformers
SEGUMAC
page 140
Transformers for educational use
Segumac, bank security
VIRTOOL VirMaq
page 142
VIRTOOL VirMaq is a software application
developed for users to identify the different parts
of a three-phase asynchronous motor and
assemble its entire structure
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Electrical machines
page 116 Introduction
Proposal for a Laboratory
of electrical machines
WORKSHOP
Electrical machines
TESTING
AUTOMATION
MAINTENANCE
Documentation
Modularity
Each resource has a set of supporting documents to facilitate the teacher’s
work:
- User Manual: contains instructions for the implementation and operation
of equipment, its technical features and information about precautions to
be taken into account for proper operation.
- Workbook: Defines the objectives, sequence of implementation and an
answer key for each of the practice sessions.
The equipment allows
a modular configuration
according to the available
equipment and the training
needs of the user.
Electrical machines
5
Introduction
page 111
Educational resources for the study of electrical, static and rotary
machines. Ranging from the operating principles to the construction of
automatic devices and the maintenance operations of the machines.
CLASSROOM-WORKSHOP
Safety
Economics
The resources presented in this catalogue
have been designed to meet European
directives on the safety of machinery, low
voltage and electromagnetic compatibility.
The scalability of the teaching resources
and the potential for use in the classroom,
allows a considerable reduction in the
investment to be made for a specific
program of electrical machines.
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page 118 Modular test bench BEM 199
BEM199
Modular test bench
Ref: 9EQBNCMD6C
The BEM-199 provides the most modern and
cost effective approach to teaching the theory
and practice of Electrical Machines. Operating
from a single phase supply, producing its
own dc and 3-phase, there is now no need
to provide a dedicated laboratory for testing
Electrical Machines; the experiments can be
performed in any classroom. The BEM-199 can
be used as a traditional stand-alone system,
with its comprehensive range of modules, but
its full potential is only realised when used
with the powerful DIANA software package
in a networked environment. No longer is
it essential for each group of students to
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have an individual test bench and range of
machines. Not only can the BEM-199 be used
for demonstration but each student on the
network can have access and control of the
hardware to perform their own tests supervised
by the instructor. Familiarisation with the
equipment and post experiment analysis of
data and report writing can be performed
outside the laboratory. In addition DIANA
includes comprehensive simulations for each
machine. Safety, to protect both the equipment
and the student, is paramount and to protect
the environment power is returned to the grid
when the system is acting as a load.
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MODULES series 199
Each module, functional block, is
chosen according to the needs
of the experiment.
BENCH
Allows you to work
safely with rotating
machines of different
types and power.
SOFTWARE
rotating machine
For carrying out real and
simulated testing. from the
configuration to the analysis of
the results.
Electrical machines
Modular test bench BEM 199
page 119
Adapted to classroom needs
The BEM system enables students to learn concepts and
procedures of the operation of static and rotating electrical
machines.
Scalability
The modular system makes it possible to
acquire the components that best meet
the needs of its centre, for both curriculum
and budget. The BEM is compatible with
conventional elements in your classroom/
workshop (resistors, inductors, capacitors,
rectifier bridges...)
Time and motion economy
One machine per class is sufficient, reducing
acquisition and maintenance costs.
The “199” module series, designed for this system
has standard instrumentation built in.
The most complex assembly takes only a few
minutes and with few cables.
ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY
PRODUCT
The equipment returns the energy
to the grid that is traditional
dissipated into heat. In addition to
reducing consumption, it implies
the reduction of the size of the
modules and bench, and the
elimination of potentially dangerous
hot spots.
SAFETY
This equipment goes
beyond the current
regulations relating to safety,
implementing a series of
added protection to prevent
accidents in the field of
education.
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page 120 Modular test bench BEM 199
Work process
The BEM allows the student to put into practise the basic concepts
learnt in the theory related to the operation of electrical machines. The
putting into practise is by testing, whether real or simulated. Each test is
performed following these 6 steps:
IDENTIFICATION
of the test
ASSEMBLY
of the equipment
DEFINITION
DOCUMENTATION
of the parameters
producing reports
ANALYSIS
of the results
TESTING
of the machines
Electrical machines
Modular test bench BEM 199
page 121
Classroom work
MANUAL
MIXED
SIMULATION
Testing with the modules and
the bench. Fieldwork. Manual
demonstrations.
Combines the use computer to
prepare exercises and sending
the manual application, to the
machine bench.
Enables the entire work process
to be carried out through the
software. The library has the
most significant test activities to
achieve global learning.
Configuration
Students in the class are kept active thus avoiding, as far as possible, waiting times.
Classroom connectivity completes the work:
simple
non-networked, students work individually on their
computers and run the test manually or from the
teacher’s computer.
in network
Having a local area network enables tests to be
carried out from any computer and enables the
DIANA monitoring options.
internet
If Internet is added, the users who are not physically
in the classroom, may access the test bench thus
facilitating distance learning.
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Electrical machines
page 122 Modular test bench BEM 199
Bench
Ref: 9EQBNC199A
Independent bench for testing rotating
electrical machines.
Lets you set the machine under test
conditions easily in the test bench, under
safety standards that prevent the incorrect
operation of the bench.
The control of the bench is carried out by
potentiometric dials with variable torque
or speed, or by external signals that allow
SAD and computer control.
Power, speed and torque exerted on the shaft of the bench, signals
available on the external connector can be seen at all times.
In the face of any malfunction on the bench (high or insufficient voltage,
excessive torque applied, high speed, etc) the protection activated is
indicated by the display.
The bench absorbs energy from the single phase power supply when
operating as a traction motor and returns power to the grid when
operating as a brake.
FUNCTION
Test traction motor and machine
brake.
Technical specifications
GENERAL
Dimensions: 950 x 360 x 420 mm
Weight: 41 Kg
Power supply: Single phase network 190 a 250Vac- 5,25 Amp.50/60Hz
Machines type to be tested: - Foot height type 71, 80 and 90 mm.
- 80 and 90 mm height on Alecop profiles.
The testing machine is attached using elastic coupling
OPERATING AS A TRACTION MOTOR
Speed: 0 to 2000 rpm
Rated: 800 w
Maximum torque: 9,7 Nm
OPERATING AS A BRAKE
Maximum speed: 2450 rpm
Torque: 0 a 10 Nm
Rated: 800 w
PROTECTIONS
Mobile protection with electric anchor.
Emergency stop button on the bench.
4mm safety terminals for the connection of
the machine under testing.
Internal protections:
internal temperature, torque, speed,
insufficient voltage, excessive over voltage
and grid over-current.
Electrical machines
Modular test bench BEM 199
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page 123
Module ALI-199
Ref: MDULALI199
Power supply module of the rest of the other
ALI 199
modules of the BEM199 equipment using the
profiles of the frame where it is housed.
ER
+15V
Controls the power supply to other equipment
modules providing single-phase voltage via safety
terminals.
-15V
0 ÷ +10
Functional Description
0V
0
The support comprises a double-size training module: 250 x
144 x 130 mm.
The power required for its operation is:
• Voltage: 190 ÷ 250 Vac 50/60Hz.
• Maximum power: 1 Kw.
1.5
10A
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P.E.
230V 50/60Hz
P
Includes serigraph identifying the functional blocks and
components symbols.
Uses 2 mm. in diameter safety sockets which serve as
testing points and 4 mm safety sockets diameter for the
power supply (red).
Technical specifications
Input supply voltage
Mains Frequency
Output voltage
Maximum current
Protections
Outputs from the source
Indications
9 X 53.5
Ø5.1
62,5 X 32.5
Ø9
Single-phase 190 to 250VAC using a socket.
50Hz / 60Hz.
±15V c.c.
2 Amp.
Input: using 10amp fuse.
0 Ø10.1
÷ +10V
Ø10.5
Output: Thermal Protection calculated at 2 Amp.
0 ÷ 250V
Using the frame chassis and 2mm safety plugs.
Ø2
Ø10.1
On light to indicate main supply and outputs from the active source.
EXT
INT
PC
Ø10.5
10
0V
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L2
L3
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Ø12.5
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V
page 124 Modular test bench BEM 199
Module FTC-199
Ref: MDULFTC199
Adjustable DC voltage for power
ALI 199 induced
FTC 199
current machines.
Ø
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Functional Description
EXT
-15V
The support comprises a double-size training module: 250 x 144
x 130 mm.
PC
0 ÷ +10V
10
0 ÷ 250V
EXT
The power required for its operation is:
0V
• ± 15 V., 15 V, by plugging into the ALECOP support frame.
• Voltage: 190 ÷ 250 V.
0
10A
• Maximum power: 1 Kw.
0÷+
Ø10.2
INT
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1.5V/A
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L
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Includes serigraph identifying the functional blocks and
N
components symbols.
1V/25V
Ø
Ø12.5
L
Ø12.5
N
N
Ø12.5
P.E.
P.E.
Uses 2 mm. in diameter safety sockets which serve as testing
points and 4 mm safety sockets diameter for the power supply
(red).
230V 50/60Hz
P.E.
230V
Technical specifications
The module includes a continuous voltage source whose characteristics are:
Output voltage variation
0 ÷ 250 V.
9 X 53.5
Output current
6,6 A max.
Ø5.1
62,5 X 32.5
Ø3.3
V
Types of settings
- Interior: with a dial.
Ø3.3
A
Ø3.3
P
- Exterior: Using a DB26 with a safety socket
ofØ10.1
2mm.
Ø3.3
Q
Ø3.3
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Ø9
1%.
Accuracy
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Ø3.3
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Physical Measurements:
INT
CTR
9 X 53.5
Ø10.2
9 X 53.5 (r=0)
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Electrical machines
Ranura
+10Vde 2.6mm de anc
(los puntos indican el com
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-10V
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Ø10.2
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12.9x19.2
0 Ø10.1
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Ø10.5
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60
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÷ 250V
a switch) on the 3½ dígit display.
- Voltage Range
/ Precision: 0 ÷ 250 V c.c. 1% F.E. Ø10.1
Ø2
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0V
- Current Range / Precision:
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L2
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P.E.
BLK
E1
+10V
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0.5Nm/V
Ø10.2
- Analogue signals in the DB26 connector: Output voltage
and current.
Ø10.1
Ø12.5- Analogue signals in the sockets: output voltage and
Ø12.5 current.
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
L
- Voltage
range / precision: 0 ÷ 250 V c.c. ( 0 ± L10 V ) 1% F.E.
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
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(L1)
Magnitude signal capture
BLK
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P.E.
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Ø10.2
200rpm/V
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Ø10.2
0V
Electrical machines
Modular test bench BEM 199
5
page 125
Module FCC-199
Ref: MDULFCC199
Adjustable DC power supply
FTC 199for inductors of
FCC 199
alternating and direct current machines.
ERR
9 X 53.5
Ø5.1
ERR
9 X 53.5
V
+15V
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V
Functional Description
EXT
-15V
INT
9 X 53.5
LI 199
PC
INT
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Ø9.25 PC
M10X0.75
The support comprises a double-size training module: 250 x 144
0 ÷ +10V
x 130 mm.
10
0 ÷ +10V
Ø10.2
Ø10.5
10
0 ֯10.1
+10V
0 ÷ 10A
0 ÷ 250V
EXT
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The power required for its operation is:
0V
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• Voltage: 190 ÷ 250 V.
1V/25V
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• Maximum power: 1 Kw.
0V
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Ø10.2
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Ø10.2
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Ø10.2
Ø10.1
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Ø12.5
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Ø12.5
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P.E.
Uses 2 mm. in diameterP.E.
safety sockets
which serve
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points and 4 mm safety sockets diameter for the power supply
(red).
Ø12.5
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Ø12.5
Ø12.5
P.E.
Ø10.1
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Includes serigraph identifying the functional blocks and
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components symbols. N
N
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P.E.
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V
P.E.
Technical specifications
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60
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0V
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Incorporates electronic protection, protecting the module
against overloads
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Ø10.2
Ø10.2
230V
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1V/Nm
Ø10.2
Ø10.2 voltage and current.
- Analogue0.5Nm/V
signals in the DB26 connector: Output
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output
voltage
and current.
BNC 199
- Voltage range / precision: 0 ÷ 350 V c.c. ( 0 ± 10 V ) 1% F.E.
Ø10.2
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range: 0 ÷ 3,5 A c.c. ( 0 n± 10 V ) 1% F.E.
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S1
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outputVvoltage
and current. (Switch
Ø10.2
selectable) in a 3½ digit display.
S3
cos
Ø10.21% F.E.
- Voltage range / precision:
0
÷
310
V
c.c.
S2
E2
V
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-10V
(L1)
Ø12.5
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Ø10.2
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Ø10.1
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Ø10.2
Ø10.2
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Ø2
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10
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PhysicalØ10.5
Measurements:
0 Ø10.1
÷ +10V
SA
9 X 101.8
Ø5.1
9 X 101.8 (r=0)
9 X 53.5
9 X 53.5 (r=0)
The module includes a voltage source whose characteristics are:
Output voltage variation
0 ÷ 310 V.
CTR 199
9 X 53.5
Output current
0 ÷ 3,3 A.
62,5 X 32.5
BLK1
Ø3.3
V
Types of settings
- Interior: with a dial.
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
Ø3.3
A
S1
E1
Ø3.3
P
Ø10.1
- Exterior: Using a DB26 connectorVwith a safety socket of 2mm.
Ø3.3
Q
Ø10.2
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S
S3
cos
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cosφ
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F
+10V
-10V
0
5
Module CRG-199
9 X 53.5
9 X 53.5
ERR
9 X 53.5
V
Ø5.1
62.5 X 32.5
Electronic power load teaching module
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PC
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INT
P.E.
PC
Ø10.5
0 ֯10.1
+10V
1V/25V
A
3V/A
-10V ֯10.1
+10V
Ø10.5
Ø10.5
+90º÷-90º
Ø2
Ø10.2
Ø10.1
Ø10.1
0V
V
N
Ø9
INT
10
Ø2
Ability to capture and control magnitudes by PC via a data
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
acquisition system and DIANA software.
The incorporated
controls
allow it to operate in accordance
passive
Ø12.5
Ø12.5 with the various types of
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
L
L
L
loads:
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
N
• Direct Ncurrent resistive load. N
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
• Inductive load - resistive – single-phase capacitive.
230V
P.E.
230V
P.E.
P.E.
• Inductive load - resistive –three-phase capacitive.
• Power factor variable between 0 and 1 (inductive and capacitive).
L
EXT
I
0 ÷ 10A
INT
0V
1.5V/A
Ø3.3
cosφ
Ø9.25 PC
M10X0.75
10
EXT
Ø3.3
S
INT
EXT
Ø10.1
Ø3.3
Q
for power transformers and A.C. and D.C.
INT
Ø3.3
V
Ø9
rotary machines (single-phase and three-
0 ÷ +10V
62,5 X 32.5
Ø3.3
A
I
Ø6.5
9 X 53.5
ERR
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L
Ø12.5
Z
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
L
N
U
V
W
N
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(u)
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
(u-v)
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
P.E.
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V
Functional Description
CTR 199
It operates installed in a desktop
vertical rack from
where it gets its ± 15 V power required for operation.
Interconnection with other modules
in the test bench BNCV
cos 26-pin connector.
199 and DIANA software with a fast
9 X 53.5
BLK1
E1
RMS
Ranura
+10Vde 2.6mm de ancho
(los puntos indican el comienzo y el final)
H
Ø10.2
E2
VRMS
S2
Ø10.2
2 mm sockets for external measurements and set values.
4 mm safety terminals input power (mains
connection).
V
60
Includes serigraph identifying the functional
blocks. Has many
cos
advantages over other traditional load
types
(resistors, capacitor
V
banks, inductances, etc.), Including the following:
CN
CN
• Reduced volume: all possible load types in one module.
• Improved Performance: Incorporates electronic circuitry
Ø10.2
PC
Ø10.2
12.9x19.2
50
BLK2
E1
RMS
+10V
CN
S1
S3
H
H
CN
H
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
CN
H
CN
H
(E1 - E2)
-10V
Ø10.1
CN
(E1 - E2)
-10V
Ø3.3
f
S3
Ø10.2
9 X 101.8
CN
S1
9 X 101.8 (r=0)
Ø10.2
Ø10.1
9 X 53.5 (r=0)
Ø3.3
V
Ø3.3
A
Ø3.3
P
Ø3.3
Q
Ø3.3
S
cosφ
Ø3.3
φ
Ø3.3
which returns the energy to the power supply.
• Safety: Incorporates protection against overloads
and short circuits, as well as safety terminals for user
protection. SAD 450M
Accuracy
and resolution: Electronic control of electrical
16•Ranura
de 2.6mm de ancho
(los puntos indican el comienzo y el final)
magnitudes (current amplitude and power factor).
1
36xØ10.2
• Instrumentation
built into the module itself.
2 C
1
1
1
RS
• Interconnection with other elements of the232C
Test Bench
0V
2 Y
2
2
BNC-199 tests and control from the PC with DIANA software.
E2
RMS
S2
Ø10.1
0.5Nm/V
Ø10.2
L
CN
L3
Technical specifications
Ø12.5
P.E.
n
n
N
H
CN
H
2
E
0V
Ø10.2
200rpm/V
2.5V/Krpm
39.5x13 (r=1.3)
Ø10.2
Power supply
Ø10.2
0V
Maximum power
Power factor
Maximum input voltage
Maximum intensity
Short-circuit switch
Module with integrated
Instrumentation through LCD
display and magnitude selector
push button
CN
H
3
3
of autonomous operation
with
manual or computer
CN
CN
H
1
CN
H
2
0V
1
2
H
Ø10.2
H
H
D
4
assisted
control (general purpose
data4 acquisition system).
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BNC 199
Ø12.5
0V
2
1
T
T
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
1V/Nm
Ø10.2
•
1
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6
6
CN
H
7
7
H
8
8
0V
0V
0V
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
(L1-L2)
13x31
The support comprises a triple-size training module: 250 x
216 x 130 mm.
G
V
FCC 199
Ø5.1
Ref: MDULCRG199
5
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FTC 199
32.5
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F
+10V
0V
Z
CN
A
5
W
+5V
- Control: ± 15 VDC from the ALECOP support frame.
- Power: Single phase 190 to 250 Vac across safety terminals.
- 1 CV Direct Current
- 1 CV single phase alternating current
- 1 KW three-phase alternating current
Variable between 0 and 1 (inductive and capacitive)
- 250 V Direct Current
- 280 V AC single and three phase
10 A
Current variation between 0 and 100%
- Voltmeter
- Ammeter
- Wattmeter (active, reactive and apparent)
- Power Factor Meter
- Phase angle meter to measure the angle between voltage and current
- Frequency
-10V
0V
L
Electrical machines
5
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N
N
V
L
L
I
P.E.
230V 50/60Hz
Modular test
bench BEM 199
pageP.E.127
P.E.
230V
Module GTP-199
9 X 53.5
9 X 53.5
Ø5.1
Three-phase power generator teaching module
62,5 X 32.5
Ø9
phase).
EXT
INT
Ø
PC
Ø
12.9x19.2
10
0 Ø10.1
÷ +10V
Ø10.5
50
0 ÷ 250V
Functional Description
The support comprises a triple-size training module:
250 x 216 x 130 mm.
60
Ø2
C
Ø10.1
0V
Ø
L
Ø12.5
G
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
L
N
L1
L2
L3
N
(L1)
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
(L1-L2)
Ø10.1
Includes serigraph identifying the functional blocks. Has
many advantages over other types of variable voltage
(auto-linear drive frequency, etc...), Among which are the
following:
• Reduced volume: Single and three-phase generator
with its instrumentation in a single module.
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V
P.E.
and short circuits, as well as safety terminals for user
protection.
• Accuracy and resolution: electronic control of electrical
quantities (voltage amplitude).
• Instrumentation built into the module itself.
• Interconnection with other elements of the BNC-199
Test Bench and control from the PC with DIANA
software.
Possibility of autonomous operation with manual or
computer assisted control (data acquisition system for
general use).
Technical specifications
Module with integrated
Instrumentation through LCD
display and magnitude selector
push button
H
n
Ø12.5
• Safety: Incorporates protection against overloads
circuits returning power to the mains.
Maximum power
Power factor
Maximum output voltage
Maximum intensity
T
CN
Ø12.5
• Improved performance: incorporates power electronic
Power supply
0.5Nm/V
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
It operates installed in a desktop vertical rack from
where it gets its ± 15 V power required for operation.
Interconnection with other modules in the test bench
BNC-199 and DIANA software with a fast 26-pin
connector. 2 mm sockets for external measurements and
set values. 4 mm safety terminals input power (mains
connection).
C
Ø10.5
Ø10.1
Works autonomously or is able to capture and control
magnitudes by PC via a data acquisition system and DIANA
software.
Ø
Ø10.1
Ø3.3
f
for power transformers and A.C. and D.C.
rotary machines (single-phase and three-
Ø3.3
V
Ø3.3
A
Ø3.3
P
Ø3.3
Q
Ø3.3
S
cosφ
Ø3.3
φ
Ø3.3
9 X 53.5 (r=0)
Ref: MDULGTP199
- Control: ± 15 VDC from the ALECOP support frame.
- Power: Single phase 190 to 250 Vac using safety terminals.
1 KW
Variable between 0 and 1 (inductive and capacitive)
250 V AC
10 A
- Voltmeter
- Ammeter
- Wattmeter (active, reactive and apparent)
- Power Factor Meter
- Phase angle meter to measure the angle between voltage and current
- Frequency
Incorporates electronic protection, protecting the module against overloads and short circuits.
Ø10.2
200rpm/V
Ø10.2
0
Electrical machines
I
L
L
N
N
1V/25V
3V/A
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
page 128 Modular test bench BEM 199
L
L
Ø12.5
A
1V/35V
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
L
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
N
N
N
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V 50/60Hz
P.E.
P.E.
230V
P.E.
P.E.
230V
Module CTR-199
Ref: MDULCTR199
Ø5.1
62,5 X 32.5
functions in the system BEM199.
Ø3.3
V
Ø3.3
A
Ø3.3
P
Ø3.3
Q
Ø3.3
S
cosφ
Ø3.3
φ
Ø3.3
Ø9
Ø10.2
Ø10.1
• Union between BNC-199 bench and test bench, allowing set values to
be applied to the bench and their signals to be read.
EXT
INT
CTR 199
9 X 53.5
BLK1
E1
VRMS
Ranura
+10Vde 2.6mm de ancho
(los puntos indican el comienzo y el final)
CN
cos
H
E2
PC
Ø10.2
• Two blocks are available
to calculate
the true efficient values
12.9x19.2of two
0 Ø10.1
÷ +10V
Ø10.5
10
50
0 ÷ 250V
60
VRMS
CN
cos
H
Ø10.1
needed by the DIANA software for automatic configuration of the test.
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
G
Ø12.5
Ø10.2
(L1-L2)
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
L
S1
S3
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
P.E.
L1
L2
L3
VRMS
S2
CN
0.5Nm/V
Ø10.2
1V/Nm
Ø10.2
230V
P.E.
Ø10.2
n
Ø10.2
200rpm/V
2.5V/Krpm
39.5x13 (r=1.3)
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
0V
The support comprises a double-size training module: 250 x 144 x 130 mm. The power required for its operation is:
• ± 15 V, by inserting into the ALECOP support frame.
Includes serigraph identifying the functional blocks and components symbols. Use safety sockets 2 mm. in diameter that
serve as test points.
Technical specifications
BNC-199 connection
Input-output control
H
CN
CN
H
CN
H
CN
H
CN
H
BNC 199
Functional Description
True effective value block
H
CN
H
n
Ø12.5
CN
T
T
CN
N
H
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
N
H
CN
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
CN
(E1 - E2)
E2
0V
L
VRMS
+10V
• Organizes the analogue inputs and outputs of the SAD450 DIANA as
(L1)
S2
BLK2
E1
-10V
Ø2
Ø10.1
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
Ø10.5
signals and the power factor between them.
S3
16
(lo
Ø10.2
(E1 - E2)
-10V
Ø3.3
f
S1
9 X 101.8
9 X 53.5
9 X 101.8 (r=0)
This module should perform three
9 X 53.5 (r=0)
5
V
1.5V/A
10A
- Number of inputs: 2 (Two effective values). ± 10V.
- Number of outputs: 3 (Two effective values 0 to +10V, and an out of phase
Cosine ± 10V).
- Bandwidth: >500Hz.
- Accuracy: 1% f.e. (RMS), 2% f.e. (power factor).
- Number of active signals: 6.
- Number of outputs (default value): 2 (Torque and speed)
- Number of inputs (measurements): 2 (Torque and speed)
- Number of control signals: 2 (Error and Control)
- 2 mm safety plugs for set point control or testing.
- Number of modules to control: 4 + BNC199 Test benches + 2 RMS blocks.
- Number of combinations: 128.
0 ÷ 250V
EXT
INT
0 ÷ 3.3A
EXT
Ø10.2
0V
V
1.5V/A
L
Ø2
INT
1V/25V
L
Ø10.1
Ø10.1
0V
Electrical machines
Modular A
test bench BEM 199
3V/A
Ø10.2
1V/35V
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
L
Ø12.5
L
Ø12.5
N
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
U
V
W
P.E.
Ref: MDULSAD450
CTR 199
Ø10.5
9 X 53.5 (r=0)
H
E2
CN
RMS
RMS
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
S1
S3
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
E2
RMS
S2
L2
230V
H
1
CN
H
2
CN
H
1
CN
H
2
CN
Ø10.1
0.5Nm/V
Ø10.2
L
L3
n
P.E.
Ø10.2
200rpm/V
2.5V/Krpm
39.5x13 (r=1.3)
Ø10.2
H
1
1
CN
H
2
2
CN
H
3
3
CN
H
4
4
CN
H
5
CN
H
6
6
CN
H
7
7
H
8
8
0V
0V
CN
Y
0V
D
H
CN
H
2
E
0V
Ø10.2
1
2
CN
H
1
CN
H
2
Ø10.2
0V
0V
1
2
H
n
Ø12.5
CN
BNC 199
CN
N
CN
1
T
T
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
1V/Nm
Ø10.2
36xØ10.2
0V
Ø10.2
(L1-L2)
C
0V
Ø10.2
Ø12.5
L1
CN
(E1 - E2)
-10V
G
S2
BLK2
E1
H
Ø10.1
0V
S3
16 Ranura de 2.6mm de ancho
(los puntos indican el comienzo y el final)
Ø10.2
Ø10.2
+10V
Ø2
S1
(E1 - E2)
-10V
Ø10.2
Ø10.5
RMS
Ranura
+10Vde 2.6mm de ancho
(los puntos indican el comienzo y el final)
CN
12.9x19.2
10
BLK1
E1
9 X 101.8
PC
Ø10.2
Ø10.1
9 X 101.8 (r=0)
EXT
INT
Ø3.3
V
Ø3.3
A
Ø3.3
P
Ø3.3
Q
Ø3.3
S
cosφ
Ø3.3
φ
Ø3.3
Ø3.3
f
SAD 450M
13x31
Along with the DIANA software it is part of a test bench
governed from a computer which enables tests to be
performed on real machines (transformers, DCV rotary
cos
machines, and AC single and three phase rotary electrical
V
machines. This module requires a desktop chassis
with
power supply (ALI -700 or ALI-199) for its operation.
V
It has inputs / output connections in 2 mm sockets
to connect
50
60
cos
quickly with the equipment to be analyzed. In addition to the
V
sockets, all connections are available in a 64-way
connector.
9 X 53.5
62,5 X 32.5
F
0V
Z
CN
A
+10V
+5V
-10V
0V
Along with the SAD-450 a module a cable for a line connection to a PC USB is incorporated. The SAD450
module is divided into 8 blocks or channels, each with a determined I / O type and with different nomenclature
based on whether they are inputs or outputs.
Each analogue or digital input channel has a switch to select whether the input comes from the socket
(position H) or a 64-way connector (CN). Based on this switch the origin of the signal to be acquired by the
data acquisition system will be determined.
The outputs have no switch and will be accessible both from the socket and from the connector at all times.
Technical specifications
Communication via ASCII commands
Consumption
Physical Measurements
External connections
Conversion times
+15V – 162mA.
215x250x147 mm. (W x H x D)
- PC connection: USB wire.
- Power Supply Connector to the frame
- I/O Connector: 64-way connector.
- 1 channel analogue Fmax 200 Khz.
- Fmax 1 digital channel 333 Khz.
60K of RAM for data
8 Analog Inputs
12 bits of resolution.
L
N
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V
Module SAD40M
1
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
P.E.
230V
(u-v)
Ø12.5
N
Ø12.5
P.E.
5
Ø12.5
N
Ø12.5
P.E.
Ø12.5
L
Ø12.5
230V
Z
page 129
(u)
Ø10.1
Ø12.5
Ø12.5
N
N
P.E.
Ø2
Ø10.2
0V
5
RS
232C
W
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page 130 Modular test bench BEM 199
DIANA Software
Interactive Learning Design for electrical
machines.
Diana is the BEM199 software part. It simulates tests and offers
interesting possibilities either as a standalone component or part
of a computer network.
• Visual configuration of the test with real elements.
• Analysis functions of test results and report creation for the user.
• It can work with the other BEM199 elements or alone, thanks to its full
simulators.
• Includes advanced communication capabilities.
• Monitoring of PCs in a classroom and online.
Conducting a test
Description of the test
You can enter a title and
description that includes
images about the practice.
Definition of assembly
The items chosen as part of the
test, their interconnection and
instrumentation through a block
diagram.
Real elements
The block diagram is translated to real
elements DIANA offers various possibilities
for each element and shows how to do the
actual connection.
Testbench Network
The test is applied and transmitted to
a BEM199 through the local network or
Internet.
Local test bench
The BEM is connected
to the PC directly.
Document
A DIANA wizard generates personalised
reports on the work carried out with
graphic and numerical information.
Analysis of the results
In each test a set of signals are collected
a signal that is stored in the results. With
DIANA signals can be viewed, compared,
operations can be carried out among them
and filters can even be applied.
Simulated test bench
Advanced machine simulators
incorporated by DIANA offer a result tightly
adjusted to reality without the need for any
hardware.
Electrical machines
Modular test bench BEM 199
page 131
5
Classroom application
• The teacher/student can carry out demonstrations and
students can see them on their own screen.
• Users can work offline when the BEM is busy setting up and
simulating tests.
• The teacher can see the work being done by their students
and take control of their PCs.
• Anyone can perform a test of a fixed duration or continuously
from their PC on the real BEM199.
• The teacher may interrupt a test and block access to the
BEM199.
• Users can share information through libraries and the
network.
Includes a comprehensive
library of activities
Chronogram
The signals which are sent and received
from and to the test elements are
configured in this section (units, signal
shape and its timer).
It is not necessary to start from scratch to set up the tests. DIANA is
distributed with a complete library of activities designed and developed
by experts, including:
- Headings.
- Configuration of items.
- Definition of the diagram.
- Results analyzed with comments.
Tests for AC, DC electric machines and transformers.
DIANA is full of content on electrical machines!
Licensing system
Performing the test
Once the definition of the test is complete
it can be launched and the status of the
signals of interest can be monitored.
DIANA licenses can be hardware or Internet licenses:
• USB keys
• Web Licenses
- Undefined
- 1 year
- 4 months
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Electrical machines
page 132 Automation
Automation
Control and testing with electrical
machines CM-281
Designed to study the operating principles of electric machines, allows for
commissioning, testing on empty and loaded to obtain curves, etc.
Instrumentation training modules
• Module “AMMETER 281”: 0,5-2,5-5. In A.C./D.C.
• Module “AMMETER 282”: 5-10-25 A. In A.C/D.C.
• Module “VOLTMETER-281” 100-250-500 V. In A.C/D.C.
• Module “WATTMETER-281Q: 1KW 220 V/5 A.
Supply training modules
• Module “ALI-24” 24V power supply.
• Module “CNM-281” 3-way switch/3 positions.
• Module “SIN-281” synchronism light.
• Module “REC-281”: 200 Vcc rectifier. / 10 A.
• Module “CON-281” condenser.
Electrical machines
5
Automation
page 133
Power training modules.
• Module “CPT-281” fuse protection circuit 6 and 20 A.
• Module “CNT-281”: energy meter.
• Module “RT-281”: thermal relay.
Control training modules
• Module “PUL-281”: 2 buttons.
• Module LAM-281 “: 4 different coloured lamps.
• Module “RELAY-281” manoeuvre relay with auxiliary contacts.
• Module “MET-281”: timed from 0 to 60 sec.
Rheostats
Set of resistive loads equipped with 4 mm safety terminals for a fast
connection to electrical machines under study. The electrical parts are
protected from shock by electrically insulated metal casing.
RHEOSTATS
D.C.START-UP
EXCITATION
0.5 CV MODELS.
150/500
1500/250
References
9EQR150500
9EQR1K5250
9EQR325000
9EQRTR3470
FEATURES
150 ohm.
1.500 ohm.
3 x 470 ohm.
3 x 47 ohm.
500W.
250W
3 x 250 W.
3 x 300 W.
1,83 A.
0,41 A.
3 x 0,73 A.
3 x 2,4 A.
THREE-PHASE LOAD
3250
THREE-PHASE START-UP
347
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Electrical machines
page 134 Automation
Mains voltage electrical
automatic devices
Teaching equipment for the study of different types of operations with
single
and three phase electric motors. Allows electric automatism practices and
exercises to be carried out: commissioning and typical operation, interlocks,
rotation inversions, protection, etc. They also allow the simulation and testing
of any type of automation.
MT-332 electrical automation
training equipment
The equipment comprises:
• 1 desktop frame.
• 1 modular set of elements: protection modules and
control and signalling modules.
• 1 set of accessories: operating practices, safety plugs,
fuses, spare parts, etc.
Ref: 9EQMT332SE
Electrical machines
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Transformers
page 135
Educational
Transformers
For the study and interconnection of different types of three-phase and single-phase
transformers.
They have the following general characteristics:
• E-shaped or U-shaped oriented grain magnetic core.
• Set of standard coils for the 127/220 V.
• Safety terminals.
REFERENCES
MODEL
NAME-FEATURES
9EQTM1K596
TM-1K5
1.5 KVA single-phase transformer
9EQTT1K496
TT-1K4
1.4 KVA three-phase transformer
9EQTT3K596
TT-3K5
3.5 KVA three-phase transformer
Three-phase autotransformer AT-3822
Three-phase functional autotransformer 1 KVA 380 - 220 V, . Output available
in safety terminal and power socket. Pilot lights indicating the presence of
phases. Protection of phase using fuse.
Ref: 9EQAT38221
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Electrical machines
page 136 Machines
Machines
A.C. / D.C. Electrical machines
The machines are designed to work under safety standards, and can work
coupled with other machines or independently.
To prevent user access to moving parts, the machine has built-in protectors in both axis outputs. The
handling of the protectors is defined in the manual of each machine. They also incorporate a printed
terminal block with safety terminals.
All electric machines are mounted on an aluminium bench with hooks at their ends so they can be quickly
and easily fitted together without tools.
• The system is compatible with BNC-199 bench.
• Machines are available for 50 and 60 Hz.
A.C electrical machines.
MODEL
AL-106
AL-306
NAME-FEATURES
Educational single-phase asynchronous motor. Permanent capacitor
0.5 CV.
Three-phase asynchronous motor, 2-speed and separate windings
200W-500W.
Dahlander educational three-phase 2-speed asynchronous motor
(Constant torque) 0.5 C.V.
Dahlander educational three-phase 2-speed asynchronous motor
(Fan torque) 0.5 C.V.
Dahlander educational three-phase 2-speed asynchronous motor
(Constant Power) 0.5 C.V.
0.5 CV Three-phase asynchronous motor rotor winding.
AL-406
Educational synchronous rotor winding machine 0.5 CV.
AL-1106
Asynchronous three-phase squirrel cage motor 0.5. C.V.
AL-205
AL-206
AL-207
AL-208
REFERENCE
(50 Hz) 9MAK01064C
(60 Hz) 9MAK01065C
(50 HZ) 9MAK0205GC
(60 Hz) 9MAK0205HC
(50 Hz) 9MAK0206AC
(60 Hz)9MAK0206BC
(50 Hz) 9MAK0207AC
(60 Hz) 9MAK0207BC
(50 Hz) 9MAK0208AC
(60 Hz) 9MAK0208BC
(50 Hz) 9MAK0306GC
(60 Hz) 9MAK0306HC
(50 Hz) 9MAK0406GC
(60 Hz) 9MAK0406HC
(50 Hz) 9MAK1106GC
(60 Hz) 9MAK1106HC
Electrical machines
Machines
page 137
D.C electrical machines
MODEL
NAME-FEATURES
REFERENCES
AL-506
DC educational independent excitation machine 0.5 CV
9MAK0506ZC
AL-606
DC. educational excitation machine series 370W
9MAK0606ZC
AL-1006
DC. educational excitation machine series Compound 0.5CV
9MAK1006ZC
AL-1305
Pendular dynamic brake 600W
9MAK1305ZC
Electrical machines
without winding
The number of machines is available in 0.5
CV version without winding. Mechanical
assemblies are provided (housing, rotor,
bearings, etc ...) for the implementation and
testing of electrical machines. They have
the same power features, speed, etc. than
machines.
DESCRIPTION
REFERENCES
Single-phase motor winding Kit AL-106 / 0.5 CV.
9MAK01S6ZC
Three-phase motor winding Kit AL-206 / 0.5 CV.
9MAK02S6ZC
Three-phase motor winding Kit AL-306 / 0.5 CV.
9MAK03S6ZC
Three-phase synchronous machine kit for winding AL406 /0.5 C.V.
9MAK04S6ZC
Separately excited DC machine Kit AL506 /0.5 CV.
9MAK05S6ZC
Separately excited DC machine Kit AL-606/0.5CV
9MAK06S6ZC
Separately excited compound machine Kit AL1006 /0.5 C.V.
9MAK10S6ZC
Three-phase motor winding Kit AL1106 / 1 CV.
9MAK11S6ZC
Three phase synchronous training motor assembly AL-1106-D / 50Hz
9MAK11D64C
Three phase synchronous training motor assembly AL-1106-D / 60Hz
9MAK11D6HC
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Electrical machines
page 138 Construction of transformers
Construction of
transformers
Equipment designed to develop skills of analysis, design, construction and testing of different
types of processors, both single and three phase.
The materials are in bags or boxes, including all the necessary elements for the construction of
actual processors, with the help of complete educational documentation, including the practical
solutions proposed.
Single-phase transformers
Kit KMF-128
Allows the following practical activities to be carried out:
• Analysis of static windable devices.
• Construction of a simple single-phase transformer (design, documentation,
construction and verification).
• Construction of a bi-voltage single-phase transformer (design, documentation,
construction and verification).
• Construction of a double output single-phase transformer (design,
documentation, construction and verification).
• Construction of a single-phase autotransformer (design, documentation,
construction and verification).
• Analysis of the construction techniques and means for transformers.
• Development of transformers manufacturing plans.
CONTENTS
4.1 Kg magnetic sheet RC-36-MA.
4.1 kg of grain-oriented electrical steel.
Reels of different types.
Shell-type transformer.
Insulating paper.
Cover of different diameters.
4 angular profiles.
1 symmetric DIN profile.
Straight edge.
Stackable terminals.
Safety terminals.
Screws, bolts, washers, etc.
Wooden blocks for setting up pieces for the winder.
Field Manual.
Case (depending on model).
Ref: 9EQKITMAMF
IN A CASE
Ref: 9EQKITMNFS
NO CASE
Electrical machines
Construction of transformers page 139
Three-phase transformers
KMF-129
Allows the following practical activities to be carried out:
• Analysis of static windable devices.
• Construction of a simple three-phase transformer (design, documentation, construction and verification).
• Construction of a secondary multiple three-phase transformer (design, documentation, construction and verification).
• Construction of a single-phase autotransformer (design, documentation, construction and verification).
• Analysis of the construction techniques and means for transformers.
• Development of transformers manufacturing plans.
CONTENTS
7,3 Kg magnetic sheet EI-30 TRIF.
7,3 Kg of grain-oriented electrical steel.
Reels of different types.
Insulating paper.
Cover of different diameters.
4 angular profiles.
1 symmetric DIN profile.
Straight edge.
Stackable terminals.
Safety terminals.
Screws, bolts, washers, etc.
Wooden blocks for setting up pieces for the winder.
Field Manual.
Case (depending on model).
Ref: 9EQKITMATR
IN A CASE
Ref: 9EQKITTRIF
NO CASE
Enamelled copper
REFERENCES
wire for winding
SINGLE-PHASE TRNSFORMADOR KIT
Enamelled copper wire for
winding, weighing approximately
1 kg/coil.
TYPE
FUNG068
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 0.6 mm
FUNG072
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 0.8 mm
FUNG073
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 0.85 mm
FUNG075
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 1 mm
FUNG076
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 1.2 mm
FUNG078
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 1.7 mm
FUNG079
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 2 mm
THREE-PHASE TRNSFORMADOR KIT
FUNG073
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 0.85 mm
FUNG075
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 1 mm
FUNG076
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 1.2 mm
FUNG078
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 1.7 mm
FUNG079
Enamelled wire bobbin diameter 2 mm
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page 140 Segumac
Segumac
Safety Bench for electrical
machines
Training equipment designed to work according to safety standards with electrical
machines that do not incorporate mechanical and/or electric protection devices.
Allows any type of equipment
available to be used, either the
Alecop brand or any other manufacturer.
If the electrical machines have
moving parts or electrical connections available, this bench is
the ideal solution for carrying out
activities safely, complying with
current legislation.
Safety guards and
mechanical interlocks
!
Safety terminals and
electrical interlocking
Avoids the risk of mechanical
and electrical accidents
Protection elements
incorporated:
GUARD WITH APPROVED SAFETY INTERLOCKS. Prevents
access to moving parts and electrical connections in the bench. As it is
transparent, the inside of the bench can be seen, with the machines electrics
and it connections visible.
SIDE SAFETY TERMINALS
Has two groups of twelve safety terminals, six internal and
six external, on either side of the bench. This allows the
connection of electrical devices to power sources and/or
external control.
Electrical machines
Segumac page 141
MECHANICAL INTERLOCKS
One on each side of the bed, blocking the opening of the guards and
in turn giving orders to activate the contactors that connect the interior
terminals with the external terminals, leaving the electrical machines in
operation.
AUTO STOP
Disabling either of the two side interlocks
the power supply is cut off, causing the
shutdown of the electrical machines.
SIGNAL PILOT
It includes red indicating bench light connected to the mains,
and a green indicator light indicating that the guard is closed
and locked.
Possible combinations of
electrical machines:
The size and the number of side terminals available enable the safety bench to be used
with the following combinations of Alecop electrical machines:
• A single motor running independently.
• A traction motor and generator unit (dynamo or alternator).
• A motor and dynamo tachometer unit.
Technical specifications
Power supply: 230V-50Hz
Maximum current side terminals: 20 Amperios
Dimensions: 1.000 x 360 x 400 mm
Package dimensions: 1.020 x 370 x 415 mm
Weight: 16 Kgs.
Weight with packaging: 18Kgs.
Equipment composition
SAFETY BENCH
Ref.: 9EQSEGUMAC
USER MANUAL
POWER CABLE
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page 142 VIRTOOL VirMaq
VIRTOOL VirMaq
Interactive 3D system for electric
machine analysis and assembly
VIRTOOL VirMaq is a software application developed for
users to identify the different parts of a three-phase
asynchronous motor and assemble its entire structure.
Interaction
The simulator enables the
following:
• Component selection and identification
• Assembling and mounting the different
machine parts
• Dismantling components
• Assembly, bolting or fixing of components
with bolts, studs, washers, etc.
• Using hand tools or machines that
function as in real life
Electrical machines
VIRTOOL VirMaq
page 143
Activities
• Identifying the motor parts.
• Simple wiring of the terminal block.
• Assembly of the different components using all the
necessary tools, including a hydraulic press for
assembling and pressing bearings.
12 HOURS OF SELF-TRAINING (APPROX.)
VirMAQ Licences
This product has an online system
and must be installed on a PC with
a permanent internet connection.
SOFEVIR50X
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power electronics
This training equipment takes the form of a modular programme
for study through analysis of the four types of power converters
used in industrial applications (rectifiers, choppers, inverters/
undulators and AC regulators) and the power devices forming the
basis for the design of these applications. The equipment includes
a specific switched power source study section.
Introduction
page 146
Power electronics: industrial electronics
The module support
page 148
Assembly and power supply system
page 149
Controlled and uncontrolled rectification (EP1/EP2)
page 150
Switching power devices (EP3)
page 152
DC/DC and AC/DC converters, choppers and inverters (EP4/EP5)
page 154
Speed and current regulation accessories (EP6)
page 156
Self-drive synchronous motor regulation
accessories (EP7)
page 157
Electrical machines, charges and braking system
page 158
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page 146 Introduction
Power electronics:
industrial electronics
This training equipment takes the form of a modular programme for study through
analysis of the four types of power converters used in industrial applications (rectifiers, choppers, inverters/undulators and AC regulators) and the power devices forming the basis for the design of these applications.
Uncontrolled
rectification
Controlled
rectification
Switching
power devices
DC/DC
converters
POWER
ELECTRONICS
AC/DC
converters
Voltage
and current
regulation
Switched
sources
Self-drive
synchronous
motor
regulation
Safety
Quality
Safety connections at voltage points
exceeding 30 V (connectors and sockets).
Compliant with the European low voltage
and electromagnetic compatibility directives.
Elements stamped in accordance with the IEC
(Electrotechnical Commission) standard.
Power electronics
Introduction page 147
MODULAR PROGRAMME
The system is based on a “module” support, which can be configured
according to user needs and can be added to as required.
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Back-up resources
This equipment includes a set of back-up elements to aid the trainer, e.g.:
• Training Guide, or trainer’s class work guide, which defines goals, activities, sequencing,
etc. and proposes a course outline. The activities and use of the different available
resources (training devices, instruments, etc.) are structured on the basis of this guide.
• Practical Manual, which contains a series of units describing goals, teaching sequence,
materials required, assessment criteria, etc.
• User Manual, with a technical description and information on the equipment.
• Theory Manual.
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page 148 The module support
The module
support
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The module is a physical support with the
following dimensions: 250 x 72 mm for
the single module, 250 x 144 mm for the
dual module and 250 x 216 mm for the
triple module. These sizes make it easy
to handle and suitable for work on panels
or vertical frames. The figure shows a
model of the module and indicates its
main structural features.
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Double module model.
1
The support consists of two elements: the front panel
and the box. The front panel is made of recyclable
shockproof polystyrene plastic, whose main features
are its excellent surface finish, high dielectric
strength and rigidity. The box is made of transparent
polycarbonate, a rigid material with a high thermal
and electric resistance and weatherproof. Both
the polystyrene and the polycarbonate are free of
cadmium, a substance classified as carcinogenic.
2
The printed information is a vital communication
support and an element of great didactic value,
associating each industrial component or circuit with
the corresponding symbol in accordance with the IEC
(International Electrotechnical Commission) standard.
3
Name: all the modules have a name printed on the
front panel to facilitate identification and storage.
4
Electrical connection points: fixed to a socket type
terminal for connection via a banana plug. The socket
diameter depends on the type of electrical connection
at each point: 4 mm for power connections using
safety sockets, and 2 mm for control connections.
5
The rear connectors facilitate mounting the module
on the vertical panels, and supply the voltage required
for the internal circuits to function. For this purpose, the
vertical frames and in general all the Alecop cabinets
designed to house the modules are equipped with small
interwired connectors.
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The handles on the top and bottom of the devices
enable the module to be fitted to and removed from the
different frames, panels and cabinets designed for this
purpose.
These characteristics make the module an ideal working element for students, as the basis of their practical training, and
also for the trainer as a demonstration device for presenting the theory and practical methodology.
Power electronics
Assembly and power supply system page 149
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Assembly and power supply system
The assembly frame and the ALI-700 power supply module form the basis of
the modular programme and are required for all training module configuration
requiring an electronic power supply.
Table-mounted training
frame
• This is a physical support for the modules, blocks
and panels used for the practical activities.
• It transmits the electrical supply from the power
supply modules to all the modules requiring it.
The frame dimensions are selected in accordance
with the equipment to be mounted on the frame. Its
horizontal structure consists of an aluminium section
and the rectangular side supports are oven-dried
painted iron sections.
As regards locating the frame on the work tables, it
may be fixed (the frame can be fixed to the tables) or
mobile (in which case it is supplied with removable
legs with non-slip feet). The module power supply
and fixing systems consist of a series of connectors,
into which the connection points located on the
rear of the modules are inserted, exerting a slight
pressure. All the frame connectors are interwired in
order to share a common voltage, guaranteeing a
suitable power supply to the modules installed. The
power is supplied via the ALI-700 module..
Ref.: 9EBxPxxCP
x: 1, 2: frame height in tiers.
xx: 10, 14, 18, 20, 22, 28, 36, 44: nº of insertable
single modules.
Training Module
ALI-700
±15 V. SUPLLY
A supply source of ± 15 V. The power supply is
transmitted via the table-mounted frame, and these
voltages are also available at 2 mm terminals.
It includes the corresponding pilot LEDs to indicate
correct output functioning, providing a nominal
current of 2 A. It includes thermal and short-circuit
protection, with automatic reset after a few seconds.
Ref.: MDULALI700
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page 150 Controlled and uncontrolled rectification (EP1/EP2)
Controlled and uncontrolled
rectification (EP1/EP2)
Equipment for studying uncontrolled rectification (EP1), controlled rectification and
alternating current regulation (EP2). It can be used at either low voltage (22/38 VAC,
with CIR-120 and CRC-120 charges) or mains voltage.
Training Module RNC-120
Training Module MGI-120
UNCONTROLLED RECTIFICATION.
PULSE GENERATOR.
It enables the study of power diode-based rectifiers
and their applications: single-phase, two-phase and
three-phase half wave and full wave rectifiers.
Sync and pulse train generator for ignition of the
RTC-120 module thyristors.
• Based on the multi-panel concept.
• Includes the base module and five panels for study
of the different bridges.
• Operating range: 22 VAC - 380 VAC.
• Safety connections and over-voltage and overload
protection.
Ref: MDULRNC120
• Control of up to 6 thyristors in three-phase bridge
configuration.
• Three separate sync inputs, 10 – 380 VAC.
• Six pulse outputs, simultaneous and electrically
insulated in pairs.
• Time-shifted pulse train according to external or
internal set point.
• Input terminal for enabling/inhibiting pulse outputs.
• Requires ALI-700 ±15 V power supply module and
table-mounted frame.
Ref: MDULMGI120
Training Module RTC-120
CONTROLLED RECTIFICATION.
It enables the study of power thyristor based
controlled rectifiers and their applications: semicontrolled and fully controlled single-phase, twophase and three-phase half wave and full wave
rectifiers.
• Based on the multi-panel concept.
• Includes the base module and eight panels for
study of the different bridges.
• Operating range: 22 VAC - 380 VAC.
• Safety connections and over-voltage and overload
protection.
Ref: MDULRTC120
Power electronics
Controlled and uncontrolled rectification (EP1/EP2)
page 151
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Training Module TRI-120
Training Module BAT-120
THREE-PHASE TRANSFORMER 220/380-22/38 Vac.
RECHARGEABLE BATTERY.
Phase transformer, depending on the model has a
ratio of 220 V. to 22/38 V. or 380 V. a 22/38 V, with an
apparent power of 300 VA. It is required for obtaining
a low-power three-phase system, supplying the RNC/
RTC-120 modules.
Module for simulating counter-electromotive force
(DC motor), with single-phase 230 VAC mains
supply. Charging circuit 12 V/6.5 Ah.
• Selection of 22/38 V output voltage by selector
switch.
• Successive phase indicator light.
• Overload and over-voltage protection.
• Requires ALI-700 ±15 V power supply module and
table-mounted frame.
Training Module CRC-120
Ref: MDULTRI120
Ref: MDULBAT120
RESISTIVE-CAPACITIVE CHARGES.
Charge module for low-power rectifier bridge work.
• Multi-panel system.
• Three panels for configuring different types of
charge connection.
• Charges: Y/A, free connection, etc., up to 63 Vef.
Ref: MDULCRC120
Given set of teaching
materials for the study of
pulse generators.
Training Module CIR-120
RESISTIVE-INDUCTIVE CHARGE.
Charge module for low-power rectifier bridge work.
• Multi-panel system.
• Twelve panels for configuring different charge
connection types.
• Charges: Y/A, R, L, R-L, free connection, etc., up
to 50 Vef.
• Self-powered fan.
Ref: MDULCIR120
Trainer for the study of the different circuits used in
the pulse generation for thyristors and triacs, based
on devices such as: UJT, DIAC, TCA-758, etc.
Composed by:
1 Block nº 363: transformer 12+12 V.
1 Block nº 393: pulse generator.
1 Block nº 333: B250 rectification bridge.
1 Block nº 355: pulse transformer.
1 Block nº 288: uni-junction transistor.
1 Block nº 296: triac.
1 Block nº 294: diac.
1 Block nº 265: potentiometer 10 K.
1 Block nº 268: potentiometer 500K.
6 Blocks nº 208: support for components.
1 Block nº 314: lamp holder.
2 Base plates for the assembling of the educational blocks.
Ref: 9EQCNJDAEP
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page 152 Switching power devices (EP3)
Switching power
devices (EP3)
Set of modules enabling practical analysis of the behaviour, advantages, disadvantages
and problems of control of switching mode power devices.
Each module includes a block with the circuit’s most significant voltage and current
measurements, at reduced voltage and measured at the same point. The modules also
include an electronic overcurrent and short-circuit protection system.
Training Module
TRS-200
Training Module
MFT-200
BIPOLAR TRANSISTOR.
MOSFET.
For studying the bipolar switching power transistor. It
includes a PWM signal generator circuit for transistor
control, which generates the input signal to the basic
circuit (DRIVER), obtaining a 4 KHz rectangular
signal with a variable duty cycle according to the
user-accessible PWM potentiometer and Ton selector
incorporated.
Equipped with a switching aid circuit via an antisaturation diode.
Didactic module to study the switching
behaviour of the MOSFET power transistor,
including a MOSFET module, as well as its
control circuitry. To control the MOSFET, a
PWM signal generator is used which generates
the input signal to the gate circuit (DRIVER);
the latter is a rectangular 10 KHz. signal with
a variable Ton of between 25 and 80 µsec,
depending on the PWM potentiometer.
Ref: MDULTRS200
Training Module
GTR-200
IGBT.
Didactic module to study the switching behaviour of
the IGBT (insulated gate bipolar transistor), included
on the power IGBT module, as well as its control
circuitry. To control the IGBT, a PWM signal generator
is used which generates the input signal to the gate
circuit (DRIVER), the latter is a rectangular 8 KHz.
signal with a variable Ton of between 25 and 100
µsec, depending on the accessible potentiometer.
Ref: MDULGTR200
Ref: MDULMFT200
Power electronics
Switching power devices (EP3)
Training Module SCR-200
THYRISTOR.
Didactic module to study the switching behaviour of the power
thyristor, including a thyristor module, as well as its control
circuitry. To control the thyristor, a PWM signal generator is
used which generates the input signal to the gate circuit
(DRIVER); the latter is a rectangular 350 Hz. signal with a
variable Ton of between 0.6 and 2.3 µsec, depending on the
PWM potentiometer.
The DRIVER block generates pulses for the power thyristor
gate, as well as for the auxiliary thyristor of the integrated
forced commutation circuit.
Elements REQUIRED:
• Table-mounted frame
• ALI-700 supply module
• ALI-200 supply module
• TRF-200 transformer module
Ref: MDULSCR200
page 153
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page 154 DC/DC and AC/DC converters, choppers and inverters (EP4/EP5)
DC/DC and AC/DC converters,
choppers and inverters (EP4/EP5)
A set of modules that can be configured differently for studying DC/DC and AC/
DC converters (inverters or undulators), the various modulation techniques and
their different applications such as the regulation and control of DC and AC motors,
uninterruptable power systems, etc.
POWER MODULES
Training Module
ALI-200
Training Module
TRF-200
CONTINUOUS POWER BUS
ISOLATION TRANSFORMER.
This didactic module contains a power supply of
310 V. continuous voltage, and can provide as far
as a 10 A current. This is the constant direct voltage
source for supplying the different convertors, and
it distributes the mains voltage to the other power
modules.
230/230 VAC transformer isolating the ALI-200
module network. It has primary and secondary
protection by means of 10 A fuses.
It incorporates 10 A fuses on the alternate and
continuous side, protecting the module against line
surges and short circuits.
The module disposes of a voltage sampling on the
continuous bus; this signal is used as a protection
measurement against possible high voltages on the
BUS.
Ref: MDULALI200
Ref: MDULTRF200
Training Module
SEG-200
SAFETY DEVICE CENTRALISATION.
This is a safety stage that must be included
in all converters. It is a centralised protection
block that protects the various convertor
circuits against bus overvoltage and overloads.
It also adapts the control signals to be sent to
the RAMA modules of the converter in question
in both amplitude and impedance, to act on the
transistor base drivers.
Ref: MDULSEG200
Power electronics
DC/DC and AC/DC converters, choppers and inverters (EP4/EP5) page 155
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Training Module RAMA-200
BRANCH OF BIPOLAR TRANSISTORS.
These modules allow configuring of the power
blocks of any type of transistorised converter,
each of them forming one of the branches of the
converter. The number of modules to use depends
on the type of circuit which will be implemented
(two for DC/DC converters and three for DC/AC
converters).
Each module includes two power transistors as
well as base DRIVER circuits required for control
purposes.
error in the RAM operation. If an error occurs,
the processor blocks automatically and remains
inoperative. The factors why the protection system
lock the operation of the module are:
• Instantaneous intensity by transistors greater than
25 A with a longer duration than 4 msec.
• BUS voltage below 120 V.
• Network supply failure.
• Internal defects of circuit.
It includes a JACK-type connector where the
control signals from the SEG-200 module are
received. These signals are optocoupled allowing
a complete separation of the circuits from the
power circuits.
Elements REQUIRED:
• Table-mounted frame
• ALI-700 supply module
• ALI-200 supply module
• TRF-200 transformer module
Inside the module, a logic processor has been
integrated which is responsible for detecting any
Ref: MDULRAM200
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page 156 DC/DC and AC/DC converters, choppers and inverters (EP4/EP5)
POWER MODULES
Training Module
SNG-200
SET POINT GENERATOR.
This module generates three types of control set
points: step, ramp and a set point that can be varied
manually through potentiometric control.
Ref: MDULSNG200
Training Module
VCO-200
VOLTAGE-FREQUENCY CONVERTER.
It converts the set point voltage applied at the input
into a frequency using a voltage-controlled oscillator.
It forms the control part of the transistorised inverter
together with the TON-200 and MDX-200 modules, for
asynchronous machine speed variation.
Ref: MDULVCO200
Training Module
TON-200
TON DRIVER.
The TON-200 module is in charge of the pulse
width modulation coming from the voltagefrequency converter (VCO-200) for the control of the
transistorised ondulator. It includes a pulse width
adjustment circuit (Ton) and an overdrive circuit.
Ref: MDULTON200
Training Module
MDX-200
GENERATOR-INVERTER-PHASE MODULATOR.
This module generates the control signals to be
applied to the six transistors that make up the
inverter bridge.
It has a phase generator, a phase inverter in
accordance with the set point sign and a modulating
circuit.
Ref: MDULMDX200z
Training Module
PWM-200
PULSE WIDTH MODULATOR.
It generates pulse width-modulated signals,
providing the control commands to the power
converters. It includes an oscillator block, which
generates a triangular voltage and three 120°
out -of-phase sinusoidal voltages, a “three-phase
control” unit, for control of three-phase inverters, and
a “single-phase control” unit for the single-phase
inverters.
Ref: MDULPWM200
Speed and current
regulation accessories (EP6)
A small set of two modules that can complement the sets of converters to enable
study of closed loop speed regulation.
Training Module
PII-200
Training Module
PIV-200
CURRENT LOOP IP CORRECTOR.
PI CORRECTOR SPEED LOOP.
Equipped with a current sensor, based on a
Hall-effect cell, with an incorporated adjustable
gain conditioner and three possible userselectable control actions (proportional,
integral and proportional-integral).
Provided with an adjustable gain conditioner
circuit for tachometer, comparator of set point
with feedback voltage, and three possible
control operations (proportional, integral and
proportional-integral).
Ref: MDULPII200
Ref: MDULPIV200
Power electronics
Self-drive synchronous motor regulation accessories (EP7) page 157
Self-drive
synchronous
motor
Complementos
para regulación
del
regulation
accessories
(EP7)
motor síncrono
autopilotado
(EP7)
The set of elements described below complements the converter
equipment to enable study of speed regulation in self-drive synchronous
motors.
Training Module
CRR-200
Training Module
AL-906
CORRECTION.
SELF-DRIVE SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR.
Didactic module for regulation of current of a threephase load. It has been fitted with three current
sensing devices, based on LEM cells with integrated
conditioner circuit and three proportional-integral
controllers with a PWM modulator at the output.
This motor has an absolute encoder coupled
to its shaft with three optical sensors enabling
detection of rotor position every 60°. Mounted
on a bedplate that can be quickly and easily
coupled to other machines, tacho, brake, etc.
Its technical characteristics are as follows:
Ref: MDULCRR200
Training Module
CSI-200
ADAPTER SIGNAL ENCODER.
Didactic module responsible for generating the three
current set points required to control the converter
that supplies the self-steering synchronous motor
AL-906.
Ref: MDULCSI200
Training Module
REC-200
RECTIFIER BRIDGE.
Training module which incorporates a monophase
bridge rectifier.
Needs 230 V. supply, monophase network voltage,
providing 220V continuous voltage in the output. It
can provide a maximum current of 7 A.
It has two ultra rapid fuses of 7 A. each, for
protection of high currents and short circuits.
Ref: MDULREC200
CHARACTERISTICS
Reference
Power
Nominal voltage
Nominal speed
Shaft height
AL-906
9MAK0906ZC
370W
230V
1500rpm
80
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page 158 Electrical machines, charges and braking system
Electrical machines, charges
and braking system
All the electrical machines are mounted on an aluminium bedplate, with
their corresponding end connections for quick, easy coupling to other
machines, brakes or tacho dynamos. They also include a printed terminal
block with safety terminals and protection guards on the shafts.
DC training motor
AL-506/AL-1006
Model AL-506 is an independent excitation motor. Model
AL-1006 is an excitation and compound machine.
CHARACTERISTICS
Reference
Power
Supply voltage
Maximum speed
Axis height
AL-506
9MAK0506ZC
370W
220V
2500rpm
80
AL-1006
9MAK1006ZC
370W
220V
2500rpm
80
Asynchronous training motor
AL-1106
Single-speed three-phase asynchronous squirrel-cage motor.
CHARACTERISTICS 50Hz
Reference
Power
Supply voltage
Maximum speed
Axis height
AL-1106
9MAK1106GC
400W
230/400V
1420rpm
80
CHARACTERISTICS 60Hz
Reference
Power
Supply voltage
Maximum speed
Axis height
AL-1106
9MAK1106HC
400W
230/400V
1690rpm
80
Power electronics
Electrical machines, charges and braking system
page 159
Didactic tachodynamo REO-444
CHARACTERISTICS
Reference
Constant
Maximum speed
Axis height
REO-444-80
9EQDINTQ80
60 V/1000 r.p.m.
1000 r.p.m.
80 mm
REO-444-90
9EQDINTQ90
60 V/1000 r.p.m.
1000 r.p.m.
80 mm
Braking system - bank
Lets you set the machine easily into the bed, under safety standards that prevent the operation of the bank
improperly.
The control of the bed is made by potentiometric dials variable torque or speed, or by external signals that allow for
SAD and control by computer.
Viewing every moment of the power, speed and torque exerted on the shaft of the bench, signals available on
external connector.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERIC
Supply: single-phase net 190 to 250Vac 5.25 Amp. - 50/60Hz
Type machines to be tested: - Type foot high 71, 80 and 90 mm.
- Height 80 to 90 mm on Alecop profiles.
Securing the machine under test by coupling.
FUNCTION
Drive motor and
brake of the
machine under
test.
OPERATING AS MOTOR DRIVE
Speed: 0 to 2000 rpm
Rated: 800 w
Maximum torque: 9.7 Nm
WORKS AS A BRAKE
Maximum speed: 2450 rpm
Par: 0 to 10 Nm
Rated: 800 w
System TP-200 rolling loads TP-200
Transportable loads unit which disposes of a 100 Ohm./1000W rheostat, six 72 Ohm./200W
resistances independent from each other (series, parallel or mixed connection), three
inductances of 30mH./5 A and a condenser of 25 μF./450 V.
Ref: 9EQCATP200
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SENSORS, PROCESS REGULATION AND
PROGRAMMABLE AUTOMATONS
The training equipment designed for this area consists of
a modular programme enabling study through the analysis
and design of different measurement and regulation systems.
Functional models with integrated industrial sensors are used to
study both these sensors and closed loop regulation systems for
different processes.
Introduction
page 162
Proposed laboratory
Study of speed and position control
processes
page 164
Series 540
Study of temperature control processes
page 166
Series 540
Study of level processes and flow
page 168
Series 540
Study of physical magnitude sensors
page 170
Series 540
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page 162 Introduction
Proposed laboratory
Regulation and control systems
The training equipment designed for this area consists of a modular programme
enabling study through the analysis and design of different measurement and regulation
systems. Functional models with integrated industrial sensors are used to study both
these sensors and closed loop regulation systems for different processes (speed,
temperature and level).
Speed
and position
regulation
P.I.D system
regulation
TYPES OF SENSORS
Temperature
regulation
AND THEIR SIGNAL
CONDITIONERS
Signal
linearisation
Simplicity
Process models with ready-to-work integrated
actuators and sensors. 2 mm sockets for quick
connection and multi-point measurement.
Quality
Compliant with the European low voltage
and electromagnetic compatibility directives.
Elements printed in accordance with
the IEC (Electrotechnical Commission)
standard.
Level
and
pressure
regulation
Back-up resources
This equipment includes a set of back-up elements to
aid the trainer, e.g.:
• Practical Manuals
• Theory Manuals
• Data collection and display software
• Technical instruments, etc.
Regulation and control systems
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Introduction
page 163
MODULAR PROGRAMME
The system is based on a “module” support, which can be configured
according to user needs. The 540 series enables all the content to be
studied, with high function integration on each module.
ASSEMBLY AND POWER SUPPLY SYSTEM
The basis of the modular programme consists of the assembly frame and the ±15 V
power supply module (ALI-700 module), which is required for all training module
configuration requiring an electronic power supply.
TABLE-MOUNTED TRAINING FRAME
• This is a physical support for the modules, blocks
and panels used for the practical activities.
• It transmits the electrical supply from the power
supply modules to all the modules requiring it.
The frame dimensions are selected in accordance
with the equipment to be mounted on the frame. Its
horizontal structure consists of an aluminium section
and the rectangular side supports are oven-dried
painted iron sections.
As regards locating the frame on the work tables, it
may be fixed (the frame can be fixed to the tables) or
mobile (in which case it is supplied with removable
legs with non-slip feet). The module power supply
and fixing systems consist of a series of connectors,
into which the connection points located on the
rear of the modules are inserted, exerting a slight
pressure.
Ref.: 9EBxPxxCP
x: 1,2: frame height in tiers.
xx: 10, 14, 18, 20, 22, 28, 36, 44: nº of insertable
single modules.
TRAINING MODULE
ALI-700
±15 V. POWER SUPPLY
Power source: ± 15 V. It transmits the power supply
via the table-mounted frame. These voltages are also
available at 2 mm terminals.
It provides a nominal current of 2 A, and includes
thermal and short circuit protection with automatic
reset after a few seconds.
Ref.: MDULALI700
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Regulation and control systems
page 164 Study of speed and position control processes. Series 540.
Study of speed and position
control processes Series 540
DIDACTIC UNIT
MV-541
TRAINING MODULE
CONSIGNA-547
SPEED AND POSITION IN A D.C ENGINE.
SETTING AND DRIVER.
It consists of a model that incorporates a rotation
axis powered by a DC motor, including the sensors,
which are arranged in an accessible form to facilitate
understanding by the student.
• This contains the signal generator for the speed
setting (step or ramp) and the position setting.
• Power driver acting on the DC motor, with
overvoltage protection calibrated to 1 A.
In associated with the motor axis, is available:
• A tacho speed for capturing
• An absolute encoder and an incremental angular
displacement uptake.
• A speed reducer indicating the angle of its axis
reduced
• A potentiometric angular position sensor.
The printed connection terminals are located on
the front panel of the model, between the different
sensors and the motor, with the conditioning and
control models.
TRAINING MODULE
ENCODER-547
ENCODER CONDITIONER.
• Display panel containing 7-segment displays of the
number of pulses and turns from the absolute or
incremental encoders.
• Pilot lights for right-left pulses and right-left or leftright turns, with their corresponding terminals.
• Terminals with BCD output for the value of each
digit on the display.
• Selection of counter for incremental encoder and
decoder for absolute encoder.
• Reset is manual or synchronised with the
incremental encoder signal.
Regulation and control systems
Study of speed and position control processes. Series 540. page 165
ENCODER 547
CORRECTOR 547
3
2
1
4
5
6
Ø6.25
M7x0.75
0
10
7
3
2
9 1
5
4
6
Ø6.25
M7x0.75
8
7
3
2
1
8
9
0
4
5
0
10
6
7
Ø6.25
M7x0.75
3
2
9 1
5
4
10
6
Ø6.25
M7x0.75
8
7
8
91.5 x 25
9
0
10
Ø3.1
A
A
K
K
K/Tp
A
POSITION
Ø2.7
D4
D-I
D3 R-L
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
R-L... 0 …D-I
L-R... 1 …I-D
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
K(1+1/Tp)
A
Ø2.7
SPEED
Ø2.7
Ø3.1
S2
S1
S0
Ø3.1
PULSES
I
L
S3
Ø2.7
CORRECTOR
CORRECTOR
Ø2.7
Ø3.1
REVOLUTIONS
D5
I-D
L-R
K/Tp
K(1+1/Tp)
7
D
R
D2
D1
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
R... 0 …D
L... 1 …I
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
ABSOLUTO / ABSOLUTE
DECODER
Ø2.7
Ø6.5
0.5
1
Ø6.25
M7x0.75
0 HP
INCREMENTAL / INCREMENTAL
Ø6.25
M7x0.75
COUNTER
A
0 HV 2
1
ASYNCHRONOUS
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
T
Ø2.7
I0
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
TRAINING MODULE
0V
CORRECTOR-547
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
RESET
Ø7
SYNCHRONOUS
IB
Ø2.7
IA
Ø2.7
AENCODER
+5V
Ø2.7
0V
Ø2.7
Ø3.1
A
Ø2.7
B
Ø2.7
C
Ø2.7
D
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
0V
TRAINING MODULE
MUX-547
SPEED AND POSITION CORRECTOR.
4-CHANNEL MULTIPLEXER.
• These are speed and position correctors which
may be either proportional, integral or proportionalintegral, selectable via rotary switch.
• Corrector parameters adjustable via potentiometric
controls.
• Includes conditioners for the tacho dynamo and
the potentiometric sensor.
• Includes analogue comparator and adder.
• Enables up to four analogue and/or digital signals
to be viewed on an oscilloscope.
• The four input channels have offset adjustment
control and actuator switch or reset to zero.
• It is equipped with a selector switch for sync with
respect to any of the inputs and another selector
for alternate or chopped display.
• Outputs for connection to the oscilloscope channel
and for connection to its external sync.
Ref.: 9EQCAMV541
Standard components included:
• Table-mounted frame.
• ALI-700 power supply module.
• Series 540 model and specific control modules.
Standard accessories:
• Mains connection cable and 2 mm connectors.
• User Manual and Practical Manual.
Optional elements recommended:
• FPB training module: Low pass filter..
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page 166 Study of temperature control processes. Series 540.
Study of temperature control
processes Series 540
DIDACTIC UNIT
MT-542
A FURNACE TEMPERATURE.
The model consists of a simulator of a furnace in
which are located inside the heating (equipped with
aluminum radiator) and the different temperature
sensors.
On the left side of the oven is located a fan whose
window can be closed by a lid, available on the
reverse side of a ventilation window also with a lid.
The sensors contained on the model are:
• 1 integrated temperature transducer AD-590.
• 1 type J thermo-couple.
• 1 positive temperature coefficient resistance
transducer PTC.
• 1 platinum resistive transducer PT-100.
The last three sensors above are in heat contact
with another three integrated transducers AD590 installed, and which serve as reference
thermometers for these. Readings are taken from
these transducers on the digital thermometer placed
on the front panel of the model.
Printed connection terminals between the heater
and the different sensors are included with the
conditioning and control modules.
TRAINING MODULE
CSH-547
SET POINT AND HYSTERESIS CONTROL.
• Set point signal generator, adjustable via
potentiometric control.
• Comparator with hysteresis, with adjustable strip
and pilot light indicating output level (0 or 1).
Regulation and control systems
Study of temperature control processes. Series 540. page 167
CSH 547
ACONDITERMO 547
ACONDIPLAT 547
PTC AMPLIFIER
SET UP
2
reset
10
10
PT100
1
Ø2
RX
RX
V
K
Ø10.5
Ø2
Ø2
+H
A
PTC
+H
Ø2.7
mA
20
Ø3.1
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
AD590
A
V
Ø2.7
0V
RS
Ø3.1
A
Ø2.7
RL
V
on
on
Ø6.5
Ø6.5
off
off
K
Ø2.7
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
4
-H
Vm
1mv/
A
Ø2.7
10mv/µA
Vc
A
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
RL
x1000
Ø3.1
tº
2
10
Ø10.5
x0.1v
V
100
COMPARATOR
10
100
1
100
Ø2.7
100mv/mv
2
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2
RS
x200
x10+100
x1v
-H
Ø10.5
tº
Ø6.5
Ø2
Ø3.1
10
Ø10.5
10
Ø10.5
Ø2.7
0V
THERMOCOUPLE AMPLIFIER
1v/mv
V
K
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
K
V
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
Vref
0V
TRAINING MODULE
ACONDITERMO-547
TRAINING MODULE
CONDIPLAT-547
THERMOCOUPLE AND PTC CONDITIONER.
AD-549 AND PT100 CONDITIONER.
• PTC temperature sensor and thermocouple
conditioners.
• Offset adjustment and gain controls.
• Platinum resistance conditioner (PT100).
• AD-590 conditioner.
• Offset adjustment and gain controls.
Ref.: 9EQCAMT542
Standard components included:
• Table-mounted frame.
• ALI-700 power supply module.
• Series 540 model and specific control modules.
Standard accessories:
• Mains connection cable and 2 mm connectors.
• User Manual and Practical Manual.
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Regulation and control systems
page 168 Study of level processes and flow. Series 540.
Study of level processes
and flow Series 540
DIDACTIC UNIT
MD-544
LEVEL AND FLOW OF A DEPOSIT.
The model has a water-tight tank with two
compartments, one to control the level and the
other for drainage; there is a motorised pump which
transfers the liquid from one place to another, and a
set of sensors:
• For levels, using a float with linear potentiometer.
• For levels, by variable capacity.
• For levels, by ultrasound.
• For flow, by differences in hydrostatic pressure.
• For flow, by turbine.
• For hydrostatic pressure.
Printed connection terminals between the pump
motor and the different sensors are included with the
conditioning and control modules.
TRAINING MODULE
CSS-547
TRAINING MODULE
PID-547
SETTING AND DRIVER FOR PUMP MOTOR.
PID CORRECTOR.
• Set point generator (adjustable ramp and step)
• Power amplifier for the motor pump.
• Overcurrent protection circuit calibrated to 1 A with
automatic disconnection.
• Adjustment of corrector parameter values via
potentiometric controls.
• Selection of P, I, D correctors or any combination of
the same.
• Reset switch.
Regulation and control systems
Study of level processes and flow. Series 540.
NBP 547
CORRECTOR PID 547
ACONDINIV 547
LEVEL-FLOAT
OFF x1 x10 x100
OFF x1 x10 x100
ACONDICAUD 547
LEVEL-ULTRASONICS
FLOW-PRESSURE
E1
OFF x0.01 x0.1 x1
S1
Ø2.7
0.1v/mv
V
Ø10.25
Ø10.25
Ø10.25
-1
SEG
SEG
E2
.6
.4
.8
.2
Ø7.25
0
.8
.2
Ø6.5
Vc
Ve
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
1
Tis
Ø2.7
Tds
P
I
1
LEVEL-PRESSURE
Vi
Ø2.7
0V
R
S
Ø2.7
A
Vd
S2
Ø2.7
25mv/Hz
S
Ø2.7
K
C
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
FLOW-TURBINE
Ø2.7
R
C1
C2
Ø2.7
VP2
V
Ø2.7
LEVEL-CAPACITY
S1
R
Ø2.7
Hz
Ø2.7
V
K
Ø2.7
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
S2
Vr
Ø2.7
V
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
Vk
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
0.1v/mv
P2
RECEIVER
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
K
S1
Ø2.7
R2
P
D
R1
K
RESET
K
A
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
Ø2.7
Ø7.25
0
1
Ø2.7
.8
.2
Ø7.25
0
1
.6
.4
Ø2.7
V
S2
Ø2.7
TRANSMITTER
.6
.4
VP1
P1
S
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page 169
Ø2.7
TRAINING MODULE
0V
NBP-547
FLOAT AND HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE
CONDITIONER.
• Hydrostatic pressure sensor conditioner.
• Float type sensor conditioner.
• Offset and gain adjustment.
TRAINING MODULE
Ø2.7
0V
TRAINING MODULE
0V
ACONDICAUD-547
FLOW CONDITIONER.
• Pressure-difference flow sensor conditioner with
offset and gain adjustment.
• Turbine flow sensor conditioner with frequency/
voltage converter and
gain adjustment.
ACONDINIV-547
ULTRASONIC AND CAPACITIVE LEVEL
CONDITIONER.
• Ultrasonic level sensor conditioner with oscillator
and offset and gain adjustment.
• Capacitive level sensor conditioner with oscillator
and offset and gain adjustment.
Ø2.7
Ref.: 9EQCAMD544
Standard components included:
• Table-mounted frame.
• ALI-700 power supply module.
• Series 540 model and specific modules.
Standard accessories:
• Mains connection cable and 2 mm connectors.
• User Manual and Practical Manual.
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Regulation and control systems
page 170 Study of physical magnitude sensors. Series 540.
Study of physical magnitude
sensors Series 540
DIDACTIC UNIT
MF-540
PHYSICAL MEASURES.
The MF-540 unit is designed to make a real,
practical study of physical magnitude sensors, such
as movement, linear speed and acceleration and
buckling forces on a plate.
The model is made up of a vibrating cantilever
consisting of two plates firmly fixed at either end to
a fixed mount on the model, and to a vertical rod. As
collectors items containing:
• An LVDT (linear variation differential transformer) as
the sensor for movement.
• An inductive speed sensor.
• A piezoelectric acceleration sensor
• Four strain gauges, 2 working by traction and 2 by
compression, to collect the buckling forces.
The drive device for the vibrating cantilever is a coil,
which when excited by an oscillating signal, will
make the cantilever vibrate.
The connecting terminals from the various sensors
and the drive coil to the modular control cabinet is on
the front panel.
TRAINING MODULE
BEX-547
OSCILLATOR COIL DRIVER.
• Oscillator with variable amplitude and frequency,
from 0 - 10 V and 0.1 Hz - 100 Hz.
• The signal is amplified by a current buffer providing
up to 0.3 A.
Regulation and control systems
Study of physical magnitude sensors. Series 540. page 171
BEX 547
AVA 547
GENERATOR
ACCELERATION
10
ACONDICIONADOR 547
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
10
10
10
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
Ø10.5
Ø2
GENERATOR
x0.1
LVDT
Ø2.7
x1 Vp
x1
Ø2.7
x2 Vp-p
x10
FRECUENCY
A
RANGE
A
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
SPEED
10
Ø5.25
M6x0.75
10
Ø2.7
Ø10.5
Ø7
Ø2
DC SOURCE
EXCITATION COIL
STRAIN GAUGES
Ø2.7
A
A
BUFFER
N
S
0V
TRAINING MODULE
0V
AVA-547
10mA
20mA
30mA
Ø2.7
A
Ø2.7
A
Ø2.7
Ø2.7
0V
TRAINING MODULE
ACONDICIONADOR-547
SPEED AND ACCELERATION CONDITIONER.
LVDT CONDITIONER AND GAUGES.
• Conditioners for the speed and acceleration sensor
signals.
• Preamplifier and internal bandpass filter to
eliminate mains noise.
• Adjustable amplifier and offset.
Ref.: 9EQCAMF540
Standard components included:
• Table-mounted frame.
• ALI-700 power supply module.
• Series 540 model and specific modules.
Standard accessories:
• Mains connection cable and 2 mm connectors.
• User Manual and Practical Manual.
• Micrometer.
• Weights.
• Allen key and adjustment screwdriver.
• Conditioners for displacement sensor signals
(LVDT) and bending stresses (strain gauges).
• Adjustment controls for zero displacement and
for calibre and gain for the LVDT.
• Gauge conditioner with rotary selector switch
for setting Wheatstone bridge current.
• Controls for correction of offset and calibre and
gain adjustment.
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electronic control of
electrical machines
engine
The electronic motor speed regulation training devices
presented in this catalogue are the result of having converted
the corresponding industrial regulators into training devices,
reproducing their construction and operating principles while
providing major educational and functional advantages.
Introduction
page 174
Equipment proposal
Electronic speed regulation of DC SCR
motors
page 176
Electronic speed regulation of alternating
current motors
page 178
Electronic regulation of Brushless motor speed
page 180
Failure programming and repair system
page 181
Electrical machines and braking systems
page 182
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Electronic control of electrical machines
page 174 Introduction
Equipment
proposal
The electronic motor speed regulation training devices presented in this catalogue
are the result of having converted the corresponding industrial regulators into training
devices, reproducing their construction and operating principles while providing major
educational and functional advantages.
Basic content that
can be worked
on using this
equipment:
Block diagram representation of control systems.
Speed control in both rotation directions.
Four-quadrant operation.
Operation at constant torque and power.
Current and speed regulation, types of feedback and correctors.
Speed regulation, P and PI correctors.
Torque and speed regulation. Feedback loops and correctors.
Torque regulation: detection of rotor position and set point generation.
Dissipative braking: crowbar circuit.
Analytic corrector tuning in accordance with the symmetric optimum criterion.
Adjustment and tuning techniques.
Asynchronous motor speed variation. Voltage/frequency ratio.
Failure diagnosis and repair.
Functions
• Panel support, for use in either vertical position (frame) or table-mounted.
• Wireless equipment configuration.
• Power and control circuit symbols printed according to the IEC (International
Electronic Commission) European standards.
• Test points in 2 mm sockets for control signal measurement.
• External set points may be worked with, to enable actuation from an
automaton or other control element.
• Motor operating conditions (voltage, current, speed, etc.) can be viewed on a
display on the panel, with no need for additional instruments.
• One single supply for all the equipment.
Safety
Both the control panels and the electrical
machines have safety terminals at voltage
points exceeding 30 V, in compliance with the
European Low Voltage Directive.
Failures
The training devices enable students to develop
failure diagnosis and repair skills: they can
analyse and diagnose the failures and repair
them virtually.
Electronic control of electrical machines
Introduction page 175
ELECTROTECHNICAL POWER SYSTEMS
RMCC-900
DC motor speed
regulation
RMCA-900
AC motor speed
regulation
RMBR-900
Brushless motor speed
regulation
Back-up resources
This equipment includes a set of back-up elements to aid the
trainer, e.g.:
• User Manual, containing the instructions for start-up and
operation of the equipment, its technical characteristics
and detailed information on the failure repair system.
• Practical Manual, describing goals, teaching sequence
and solutions for each of the practical activities.
• Theory Manual.
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page 176
Electronic speed regulation of DC SCR motors
Electronic speed regulation
of DC SCR motors
Equipment designed for studying the functioning, adjustment and
repair of the speed regulation systems of DC motors, based on double
thyristor bridge technology, and the different associated control
options.
The following basic content may be worked on:
• Block diagram representation of control systems.
• Current and speed regulation, types of feedback and correctors.
• Four-quadrant operation.
• Constant torque and power operation.
• Adjustment and tuning techniques.
• Failure diagnosis and repair.
Didactic DC engine regulation unit
RMCC-900
A multi-panel system which enables
different types of controls to be set
up. It has six panels, each with unit
diagrams printed on it, which are
automatically recognised by the
equipment when they are fixed in
place. This allows for the following
setups:
• Torque regulator in a single quadrant.
• One-way speed regulator, with feedback via tachodynamo.
• Speed regulator with feedback via f.c.e.m.
• One-way speed regulator, with operation at a constant torque and power.
• Four quadrant torque regulation.
• Speed regulator in both spin directions, with regenerative braking. The board controls allow selection of the
working mode of the controller and adjusting the system parameters:
• Slogans external, internal, manual, ramps, ...
• Parameters of the different weightings.
• Limitations of current and speed.
• Etc.
The panel incorporates two LCD displays which enables the speed and current to be displayed, as well as
indicator lights for the functioning quadrant of the motor.
Electronic control of electrical machines
Electronic speed regulation of DC SCR motors page 177
The unit is equipped with a set of protection devices
and alarms to facilitate analysis of any occurrence,
guaranteeing total safety:
• Phase loss.
• Incorrect phase sequence.
• Control supply failure.
• Excitation current loss.
• Maximum current limitation.
• Open armature circuit.
• I2 x t protection.
Accessories supplied:
• User’s manual and practical activities.
NECESSARY elements which are not supplied:
• AL-506 or 1006 motor (page 182).
• Braking system (page 183).
Optional elements:
• Failure programming console (page 181).
• Theory Manual.
• Data collection and display system.
• 380-220 Triphasic autotransformer.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
RMCC-900
Reference
9EQRMCC900
Supply
Three-phase 230 V- 50/60 Hz
Armature output
0 a 230 V- 3 A
Excitation output
0 a 230 V- 0,6 A
Power
0,6 KW
Regulation range at constant torque
0 a 1500 r.p.m.
Regulation range at constant power
0 a 3000 r.p.m.
DIDACTIC
TRANSFORMER 380220 TRIPHASIC AT-3822
An autotransformer for various applications in
which it is necessary to have a 220 V triphasic
voltage, with the following characteristics:
• Supply: triphasic 380 V - 50 Hz.
• Output: triphasic 220 V - 50 Hz.
• Power: 1 KVA.
• Output available as safety terminals and power
points.
• Pilot lights indicating presence of phases.
• Fused protection in each phase.
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page 178
Electronic speed regulation of alternating current motors
Electronic speed regulation
of alternating current motors
Equipment designed for studying the functioning, adjustment and
repair of asynchronous motor speed regulation systems, based on
frequency converter technology.
The following basic content may be worked on:
• Block diagram representation of control systems.
• Asynchronous motor speed variation. Voltage/frequency ratio.
• Dissipative braking: crowbar circuit.
• Speed control in both rotation directions: four-quadrant operation.
• Operation at constant torque and power.
• Adjustment and tuning techniques.
• Failure diagnosis and repair.
Didactic AC engine regulation unit
RMCA-900
The panel incorporates a frequency converter designed to supply an asynchronous motor of up to 1 kW
power. It consists of a triphasic invertor based on IGBTs and all of the circuitry necessary for their control.
It enables a triphasic output voltage, variable in amplitude and frequency, to be obtained, by means of
the PWM modulation. The frequency may be increased to double the nominal frequency in the constant
power mode, which enables a control to be obtained above and beyond the nominal speed of the motor.
Sine or trapezoidal PWM modulation can be selected.
Electronic control of electrical machines
Electronic speed regulation of alternating current motors
The controls incorporated enable the work mode
of the converter to be selected, as well as the
parameters of the system to be adjusted:
page 179
Accessories supplied:
• User’s manual and practical activities.
NECESSARY elements which are not supplied:
• AL-1106/06 motor (page 182).
• Tachodynamo (page 183).
• Braking system (page 183).
• External, internal, manual commands, ramps.
• Parameters at constant torque and power.
• Low speed torque compensation.
• Etc.
The effective voltage and frequency may be
displayed alternately on the panels LCD display, and
additionally there are lights indicating the quadrant
of the functioning of the motor and the activation of
energy devolution system (braking).
Optional elements:
• Failure programming console (page 181).
• Theory Manual.
• Data collection and display system.
The unit is equipped with a set of protection devices
and alarms to facilitate analysis of any occurrence,
guaranteeing total safety:
• Maximum current.
• Maximum temperature.
• Maximum bus voltage.
• Minimum bus voltage.
• Control supply failure.
• I2 x t protection.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
RMCA-900
Reference
9EQRMCA900
Supply
Single-phase 230 V- 50/60 Hz
Output voltage
Three-phase 0 a 220 V
Output frequency at constant torque
0 to 50 Hz or 0 to 60 Hz
Regulation range at constant power
0 to 100 Hz or 0 ato120 Hz
Power
1 KW
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page 180
Electronic regulation of Brushless motor speed
Electronic regulation
of Brushless motor speed
Equipment designed for studying the functioning, adjustment and repair of AC
brushless motor speed regulation.
The following basic content may be worked with:
• Block diagram representation of control systems.
• Torque regulation: detection of rotor position and set point generation.
• Speed regulation, P and PI correctors.
• Dissipative braking: the crowbar circuit.
• Adjustment and tuning techniques.
• Failure diagnosis and repair.
Didactic Brushless
engine regulation
unit RMBR-900
The power circuit is made up of a rectifier bridge,
a filter condenser and a triphasic invertor based on
IGBTs. In addition to this, it incorporates a crowbar
circuit for protecting the equipment when the
voltage in the bus increases through braking energy
devolution.
The controls incorporated enable the function
mode of the converter to be selected, in addition
to enabling the parameters of the system to be
adjusted:
• External, internal, manual commands, ramps,...
• Corrector parameters.
• Regulation in current or in speed.
• Limitation of maximum speed.
The speed and current may be displayed on the
panel s LCD display, and additionally there are
lights indicating the quadrant of the functioning of
the motor and the activation of energy devolution
system (braking).
The unit is equipped with a set of protection
devices and alarms to facilitate analysis of any
occurrence, guaranteeing total safety:
• Maximum current.
• Maximum temperature.
• Maximum bus voltage.
• Minimum bus voltage.
• Control supply failure.
• I2 x t protection.
Accessories supplied:
• User’s manual and practical activities.
NECESSARY elements which are not
supplied:
• Brushless motor (pag. 11).
• Braking system (pag. 11).
Optional elements:
• Failure programming console (page 9).
• Data collection and display system.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
RMBR-900
Reference
9EQRMBR900
Supply
Single-phase 230 V- 50/60 Hz
Output voltage
0 to 196 V
Output frequency
0 to 200 Hz
Power
1 KW
Electronic control of electrical machines
Failure programming and repair system
page 181
Failure programming
and repair system
The RMCC, RMCA and RMBR-900 regulation panels have
a system for failure diagnosis and virtual repair, based on
a micro processor in the panel which communicates with
the user via a failure programming console with a 4 x 24
character LCD display and a 21-key membrane keyboard.
An electronic key, inserted in a slot in the panel, allows
access to the trainer menu to change the codes that
generate the failures.
UNIT
Nº OF FAILURES
PROGRAMMABLE
Nº OF FAILURES
PROGRAMMABLE
RMCC-900
31
Set point failures, tacho dynamo failures,
thyristor triggering failures, etc.
RMCA-900
14
Set point failures, rotation reversal failures,
crowbar failure, etc.
RMBR-900
26
Set point failures, corrector failure, failure in
the encoder processing circuit, etc.
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Electronic control of electrical machines
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Electrical machines and braking systems
Electrical machines
and braking systems
All the electrical machines are mounted on an aluminium bedplate, with
their corresponding end connections for quick, easy coupling to other
machines, brakes or tacho dynamos. They also include a printed terminal
block with safety terminals and protection guards on the shafts.
DC training motor
AL-506/AL-1006
Model AL-506 is an independent excitation motor.
Model AL-1006 is an compound excitation machine.
CHARACTERISTICS
Reference
Power
Nominal voltage
Nominal speed
Shaft height
AL-506
9MAK0506ZC
370W
220V
2500rpm
80
AL-1006
9MAK1006ZC
370W
220V
2500rpm
80
Three-phase asynchronous
training motor AL-1106
Single-speed three-phase asynchronous squirrel-cage
motor (50Hz/60Hz).
CHARACTERISTICS 50Hz
Reference
Power
Nominal voltage
Nominal speed
Shaft height
AL-1106
9MAK1106GC
400W
230/400V
1420rpm
80
CHARACTERISTICS 60Hz
Reference
Power
Nominal voltage
Nominal speed
Shaft height
AL-1106
9MAK1106HC
400W
230/400V
1690rpm
80
Electronic control of electrical machines
Electrical machines and braking systems
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Asynchronous didactic motor
BRUSHLESS AC
CHARACTERISTICS
Reference
F.c.e.m.
Nominal intensity
Nominal torque
Maximum speed
Encoder
Shaft height
AL-BRU80
MTRALBRU80
150 V
4A
2,5 Nm
4000 r.p.m.
2000 impulses/turn
80 mm
AC Servomotor, associated to the corresponding regulator, it behaves as a high prestation’s DC motor (high
nominal speed, low inertia, small,...), without needing of brushes . It is composed by an inducted winding
placed in the stator, permanent magnets in the rotor and solidary encoder.
Didactic tachodinamo
REO-444
CHARACTERISTICS
Reference
Constant
Maximum speed
Axis height
REO-444-80
9EQDINTQ80
60 V/1000 r.p.m.
10000 r.p.m.
80 mm
Braking system - bank
This machine can be easily coupled to the bedplate, in accordance with safety standards preventing bedplate
malfunctioning.
The bedplate is controlled by potentiometric dials for torque and speed, or by means of external signals enabling it
to be controlled by DAS and computer.
Constant display of power, speed and torque exerted on the bedplate axis, signals available at an external
connector.
TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS
GENERAL
Supply: Single-phase mains 190 – 250 VAC – 5.25 Amp.- 50/60Hz
Type of machines tested: - Free-standing, heights 71, 80 and 90 mm.
- Heights 80 and 90 mm on Alecop sections.
Machine fixed for testing by elastic coupling
FUNCTION
Drag motor and
braking of
machines for
testing.
FUNCTIONING AS A DRAG MOTOR
Speed: 0 - 2000 rpm
Nominal power: 800 W
Maximum torque: 9.7 Nm
FUNCTIONING AS A BRAKE
Maximum speed: 2450 rpm
Torque: 0 - 10 Nm
Nominal power: 800 w
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advanced building
systems
Alecop’s product for this area is the SIVODAC
environment, ideal for incorporating methodology
such as project work and efficiently enabling students
to apply their knowledge in real-life situations.
Introduction
page 186
SIVODAC environment
Telephone Systems
page 188
SIVOTEL
Telematics systems
page 190
SIVODAT
TV Antennas
page 192
SIVOTV
Digital Home
page 194
SIVOCP
PA Systems
page 196
SIVOMEG
Remote Labs
page 198
MRLAB
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Advanced building systems
page 186 Introduction
SIVODAC: Training
environment for Advanced
Building Systems
A COMPREHENSIVE LEARNING SYSTEM
SIVODAC allows innovative methodologies to be used within the Advanced
Building Systems teaching and learning process, helping students to develop
professional skills in the following areas:
Skills in
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Developing projects responding to
previously identified needs.
CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION
Creating the installations, programming the
electronic devices and making the relevant
adjustments.
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR
Determining the causes of the failures
and restoring system functioning.
Telecommunications
All transmission, emission or reception of
signs, signals, writings, images, sounds
or information of any nature by wire,
radio, optical or any other electromagnetic
systems.
Easy integration of
industrial elements
The design of the equipment facilitates the
integration of Alecop’s own elements and
any other commercial element that could
be of interest for the teaching and learning
process.
Advanced building systems
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Introduction
page 187
The SIVODAC range of products form a complete training environment for
the area referred to as Advanced Building Systems: Telephony Systems,
Telematic Systems, Digital Home, Home Systems, etc.
An aid for trainers
SIVODAT can be adapted to different work modes, greatly aiding the organisation of
training/learning activities:
Practical mode
Each work station is configured to solve a
particular problem.
Project mode
Each group makes their own configuration,
and the complete project is made up by
interconnecting the different stations.
Remote Mode
Students and teachers
interact with remote
labs via the Internet.
REAL-LIFE SITUATIONS FOR TRAINING
Learners are motivated by solving real-life problems. The
SIVODAC work proposals are therefore based on real-life
contexts, depicted on interchangeable panels representing
rooms in different buildings. This realistic approach allows the
problems to be focused on from different levels of difficulty,
making the learning process progressive and meaningful.
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Advanced building systems
page 188 SIVOTEL
SIVOTEL
Integral learning system
Orientated towards all of
telephony world, SIVOTEL is a
trainer for the SIVODAC family of
products, that allows professional
competence to be developed in
the fields of:
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
To draw up designs of telephony facilities that respond to previously identified needs.
CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION
To construct telephony installations, programming
the electronic devices and making the relevant
adjustments, based on the design plan and current
regulations.
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR
To determine the causes of faults in the telephone
systems and to re-establish the relevant operating
set-up, using for this purpose methods and instruments appropriate for each situation.
Real situations for learning
Student motivation is achieved through the resolution of real problems. For this
purpose SIVOTEL bases its work proposals in a context called “University Campus”
materialized in interchangeable screens that represent each of their offices. This
strategy of approaching reality manages to focus the presentation of the problem
from various degrees of difficulty, making student learning become progressive and
significant.
Measurements and interconnection
Prewired panel: rapid set up
Interconnection of stations (optional)
Digital telephony options
Dect technology
Relay card
and intercom
Analogue phones
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SIVOTEL
page 189
Personalised configuration
The same rack allows up to two workstations to be set
up. Each workstation will be formed by the panel and the
required optional components.
RACK
ANALYSIS
INSTALLATION
PANEL
PANEL
TELEPHONE
SYSTEM
TELEPHONE PBX
The analysis panel can be equipped
with professional telephony
systems in their two versions:
INSTALLATION
KIT
PERFORATED
MESH
In it real wiring assemblies can
be carried out.
ANALOGUE
TELEPHONY
Automatic
operator and fax
discriminador
Intercom
Call metering
system
Analogue telephony options
Automatic
Automatic operator
operator
and fax
fax discriminator
discriminator
and
Intercom
Call metering system
DIGITAL
TELEPHONY
ADAPTATION
KIT
DECT
Technology
Relay Card and
intercom
Allows the
integration of any
type of PBX
Analogue
phones
Faults simulator: Incorporated in the SIVOTEL trainer
Practical mode for individual work
Project mode for interconnected stations
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Advanced building systems
page 190 SIVODAT
SIVODAT
Telematics system
for buildings
Focusing on the field of data network
installations, SIVODAT is a training
device integrated within the SIVODAC
advanced building systems learning
environment, which allows professional
skills to be developed in the following
areas:
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Developing data network installation projects
responding to previously analysed needs.
CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION
Building data network installations, creating the
infrastructures, integrating and parametrising the
components and making the relevant adjustments, on
the basis of the project and current legislation.
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR
Determining the causes of failures in the data network
infrastructure and restoring the service, using suitable
methods and instruments for each situation.
Real-life situations for learning
The SIVODAT work proposals are therefore based on a context called the “University
Campus”, which consists of interchangeable cover sheets representing each of its
buildings. This realistic approach allows the problems to be focused on from different
levels of difficulty, making the learning process progressive and meaningful.
Measurements and interconnection
Pre-wired panel: quick configuration
Interconnected stations (optional)
Hardware and software (optional)
SWITCH
ROUTER
VoIP
FIREWALL
PROXY
MAIL
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SIVODAT
page 191
Custom configuration
Located on either the same frame as the analysis panel or
on a different one, the distribution panel contains commercial
network electronics and communication components.
FRAME
DISTRIBUTION
PANEL
ANALYSIS
PANEL
INSTALLATION
PANEL
STRUCTURED
CABLING KIT
DISTRIBUTION PANEL
The network training device complies with international structured cabling and
computer network standards. The 19” distribution panel is installed on a frame.
The SIVODAT unit has a wide range of electronic components (switch, router,
gateway or VoIP phone, etc.) and software (proxy, firewall, mail server, etc.) so that
full use can be made of it.
APPLICATION
LEVEL
LINK AND
NETWORK LEVEL
Proxy
Network electronics
Firewall
Resources (optional)
WIFI
OPTICAL FIBER
UTP/FTP
Optical fibre
Mail Server
Communication
electronics
Remote control
VoIP
Faults simulator: Incorporated in the SIVOTEL trainer
PHYSICAL
LEVEL
WIFI
Practical mode for individual work
Project mode for interconnected stations
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Advanced building systems
page 192 SIVOTV
SIVOTV
TV Antennas
Geared to the TV installation field,
SIVOTV is the training device
integrated within the SIVODAC
advanced building systems learning
environment that allows professional
skills to be developed in the following
areas:
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Developing projects for radio and television signal reception and
distribution, responding to previously identified needs and current
legislation (ICT 2003).
CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION
Creating installations for radio and television signal reception and
distribution, positioning the reception devices and adjusting the
electronic amplification devices, on the basis of the project and
current legislation.
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR
Determining the causes of failures in radio and television signal
reception and distribution systems and restoring the relevant
functioning mode, using suitable methods and instruments for
each situation.
Real-life situations for learning
Learners are motivated by solving real-life problems. The SIVOTV work proposals are therefore based
on two specific contexts: the individual home and the community building, which are depicted on
interchangeable cover sheets, each representing a building and a type of radio and television signal
distribution. This realistic approach allows the problems to be focused on from different levels of
difficulty, making the learning process progressive and meaningful.
Detail of wheels (optional)
Quick connection
ICT cabling kit
Reception system option (Antennas)
UHF/FM/DAB
SAT
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SIVOTV
page 193
Custom configuration
The analysis panel, which contains the most basic elements for a house
distribution study, may be extended with a range of reception, amplification and assembly elements enabling custom configuration.
RECEPTION
DISTRIBUTION
FRAME
ANTENNA
ANALYSIS
PANEL
AMPLIFICATION
INSTALLATION
PANEL
ASSEMBLY
KIT
HOME SYSTEMS
APPLICATIONS
RECEPTION
PERFORATED MESH
RECEPTION
Perforated mesh for making real ICT assemblies
Rolling mast
UHF/FM/DAB
reception
Satellite
reception
DIGITAL
HEAD-END
19” source support
and 2FI
PROGRAMMABLE
SELECTIVE
AMPLIFIER
FM and DAB
reception
Specific TDT channels
Amplification option (selective)
Analysis panel cover sheets
Practical mode for individual work
Project mode for interconnected stations
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Advanced building systems
page 194 SIVOCP
SIVOCP
Digital Home
Geared to the home systems/
digital home field, SIVOCP is the
training device for the SIVODAC
advanced building systems
learning environment that allows
professional skills to be developed
in the following areas:
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Developing projects for carrier current-based home systems
installations responding to previously identified needs (Security,
Power Management, Comfort, Communication).
CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION
Creating home systems installations, programming the
incorporated electronics devices and making the relevant
adjustments, on the basis of the project and current legislation.
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR
Determining the causes of failures in carrier current-based home
systems and restoring the relevant functioning mode, using
suitable methods and instruments for each situation.
Real-life situations for learning
Learners are motivated by solving real-life problems. The SIVOCP work proposals are therefore
based on a specific context: the individual home, depicted on interchangeable cover sheets
representing each room in a house and a series of detector and actuator identification
elements. This realistic approach allows the problems to be focused on from different levels of
difficulty, making the learning process progressive and meaningful.
Home systems applications
Telephone switchboard
Home systems kit for household appliances
Spy module and display software
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SIVOCP
page 195
Custom configuration
User comfort, household appliance control, detection and the control of
technical or intruder alarms are individual functions available as part of the
different options for the home systems management panel.
FRAME
HOME SYSTEMS
MANAGEMENT PANEL
APPLICATION
SUPPORT PANEL
TELEPHONE
SWITCHBOARD
HOME SYSTEMS
APPLICATIONS
ANALOGUE. For line generation.
Required for parametrising
the Fagor Maior Domo control
unit and enabling alarm
communication management
and realisation of telephone
remote control functions.
MAINTENANCE TOOL
Software and
spy module
HOME SYSTEMS
APPLICATIONS
Roller blind
control
Electronic
component
management
Water
leakage management
Alarm
management
This is the maintenance tool for the carrier current-based
digital home installation. It provides information on the
signal power at each point of the installation and the entire
grid. It allows a grid to be generated to check for the
presence of the home systems components, e.g. washing
machine, controls, etc.
Household appliance
Analysis panel cover sheets
Each one is assigned a special home systems function.
These modules can be used on a support panel or
directly mounted on the table.
Practical mode for individual work
Project mode for interconnected stations
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Advanced building systems
page 196 SIVOMEG
SIVOMEG
PA systems
Focusing on PA and speaker systems
in the home-geared building
environment, SIVOMEG is a trainer
forming part of the SIVODAC range
of products which allows professional
skills to be developed in the following
fields:
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Developing PA and speaker installation projects responding to
previously identified needs and functions.
CONFIGURATION AND INSTALLATION
Creating PA and speaker installations, configuring the electronic devices (control units, control devices, power amplifiers,
etc.) and making the relevant adjustments, on the basis of the
project and current legislation.
DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR
Determining the causes of failures in the PA and speaker installations and restoring their functioning, using suitable methods
and instruments for each situation.
Working with real elements
The front part of the panel is equipped with the key components of a typical PA/interphone
installation: central audio unit, control device, auxiliary module, power amplifier, and the
reproduction elements (speakers). The electrical connections of these components are located
on the panel surface in 2 mm sockets to facilitate connection. A set of diverter switches enables
simulation of different loud speaker impedances, for studying their different modes of association.
It includes a failure generation system and a bus expansion connector to facilitate future
extensions of the system.
Measurements and interconnection
Pre-wired panel: quick configuration
Intercom extension (optional)
Interphone extension (optional)
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SIVOMEG
page 197
Custom configuration
There are two frame support options for the panels: front frame
and double-sided frame. Up to two work stations can be configured on one single frame. Each work station consists of the
frame, the PA panel and the optional components as required.
FRAME
PA PANEL
INSTALLATION
PANEL
EXTENSIONS
INSTALLATION
KIT
PERFORATED
MESH
Perforated mesh for making
real cabling assemblies
Detail of wheels (optional)
Failure simulator: Incorporated to the SIVODAT training device
Practical mode for individual work
Project mode for interconnected stations
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Advanced building systems
page 198 MRLAB
Remote Laboratories
for experimentation
The use of new technologies means students and
teachers can work with real equipment: all they
need is an Internet connection.
The MRLABs consist of real professional
equipment for developing experimental practices of
different types through internet access. Before now,
the students’ hands-on presence was required for
access and use of the equipment.
REMOTE LABORATORIES FOR
STUDYING DIFFERENT TECHNOLOGIES
Telephone
exchanges
LAN networks
Digital
terrestrial TV
WAN networks
IP-based
TV
The students and teachers can access the equipment remotely
from wherever they happen to be, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The system has a TURN MANAGEMENT web application for
students and teachers to programme their access days and times.
In addition to the experimental practice, the laboratories may
also have the backing of MULTIMEDIA CONTENT, enabling them
to acquire conceptual and procedural knowledge that can be
integrated with hands-on, semi-hands-on and online training
processes.
Visit the website www.icteduca.com to access the list of digital content available on:
*RADIO AND TV ANTENNAS *TELEPHONY SYSTEMS *TELEMATICS *IP-BASED TELEPHONY *DIGITAL
TERRESTRIAL TV *IP-BASED TV *ICT PROJECT DEVELOPMENT *STRUCTURED CABLING INSTALLATION
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT.
Advanced building systems
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MRLAB
page 199
Pay-as-you-go
The pay-as-you-go system is a different way for the
training centre to invest in laboratories and workshops,
as it is now a services concept.
The experimentation continues to be carried out at the
Remote Laboratories using real equipment but with
less maintenance, management and investment in the
training centre’s labs and workshops, plus a reduction
in the time the students actually need to spend at the
laboratories.
With the pay-as-you-go system the centre can purchase HOURS OF USE of the laboratories for providing the training. During this time students and teaching staff can book to access the laboratory and carry
out the practical activities.
Real Equipment
Server
Turn Management
System
Internet
WWW
Users
Student
Tutor
REMOTE
ACCESS
Centre
Laboratory
LOCAL
ACCESS
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KAPTORIS Data
acquisition system
The data acquisition system KAPTORIS is a general
purpose tool essential for analyzing laboratory teaching
applications of electricity, electronics, etc.
Data acquisition system
page 202
Kaptoris
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Data acquisition system
page 202 Kaptoris
Kaptoris
Data acquisition
system
Acquiring data from a prototype.
Versatile and powerful
Two features which make the KAPTORIS data acquisition system a general purpose
tool indispensable for the analysis of teaching applications in laboratories of
electricity, electronics, etc.
Team work
Using the KAPTORIS data acquisition
system in a network facilitates group
learning through tools, which allow:
Student
Student
Student
• Teaching resources to be shared among several stations
within the classroom: while one student captures the data,
the others can analyse the obtained results.
• Monitoring the screen of any PC: while the teacher
captures data on a real unit, the students can observe how
he performs this task.
• Carry out e-learning, on real units available in the
classroom.
Student
Student
LOCAL AREA NETWORK
Teacher
Data acquisition system
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Kaptoris
page 203
Ease of use
Because the KAPTORIS data acquisition system is so
simple to use, the students are able to start working with
it very quickly. There are only 5 steps needed to make the
adquisitions, display and data processing.
CONFIGURATION
This consists of defining the channels,
which form part of the acquisition, the
characteristics belonging to each of
them and the parameters that define the
acquisition.
PROGRAMMING
This consists of communicating the
configuration decided on above, to the data
acquisition unit.
ACQUISITION
Capturing and storing data is done
automatically by the data acquisition unit,
and a computer is not needed for this.
DISPLAY
Once capturing has been completed,
the data memorised in the unit must be
transferred to the PC in order that they may
be displayed graphically.
SIGNAL PROCESSING
• Signal calculator (arithmetical operations,
filters, etc.).
• Comparison of signals.
• Generation of reports.
• Exporting data (TXT, BMP, WMF) etc.
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Data acquisition system
page 204 Kaptoris
SAD450 (desktop)
9EQKAPTORI
This system is made up of three components that enable it to
be adapted easily to the requirements of the various systems
to be analysed.
Data acquisition unit SAD450
It is connected to the PC via serial interface RS232C or USB (by adapter) and is controlled
by an open protocol using ASCII commands, thus enabling made to measure software to be
designed.
ANALOGUE INPUTS:
ANALOGUE OUTPUTS:
ALECOP RS232-USB
- 8 inputs of 12-bit resolution.
- Variable input voltage range between
±0.2V, ±0.5V, ±1V, ±2V, ±5V, ±10V
programmable by software.
- 4 outputs of 9-bit resolution (8bits+Sign).
- Output voltage range ±10V.
DIGITAL OUTPUTS:
DIGITAL INPUTS:
- 16 digital outputs TTL (0-5V).
- 16 digital inputs TTL (0-5V).
- 2 rapid counting inputs.
CONVERSION TIMES:
adapter available
- Fmax 1 analogue channel 200 Khz.
- Fmax 1 digital channel 333 Khz.
Connecting interface SAD451
This interface is a 2mm socket adaptor for all the
inputs/outputs on the data acquisition system. It
is divided into blocks according to the type of
input/output.
Signal conditioners
These are connected directly to the SAD451 and enable signals from outside to be
conditioned to both the physical and electrical characteristics on it.
Conditioners included with the unit:
1 SAD430: Screw connection for 8 digital inputs.
2 SAD431: Screw connection for 8 digital outputs.
3 SAD460: Perforated plate for prototypes (2 analogue inputs).
4 SAD461: Screw connection for 2 analogue inputs.
5 SAD462: BNC connection for 2 analogue inputs.
6 SAD463: Screw connection for 2 analogue outputs.
Case for the unit
The SAD unit (desktop) is supplied with
a case for better protection, handling
and use. All the components for the unit
and the KAPTORIS software are housed
in this case.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Data acquisition system
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Kaptoris
page 205
SAD450M (module)
MDULSAD450M
The SAD450M has the same technical features as the
SAD450 but is in module format, and facilitates data
acquisition with Alecop units in module format.
A frame and an ALI700 mains supply source are needed
to operate. These are not included with the unit.
Kaptoris software included.
SOFTWARE
General purpose tool for adquiring, displaying and processing signals,
both analogue and digital
Features of the software
• Simple data analysis, very easy to use.
• Graphic display of signals.
• Real time monitoring of the data as it is acquired.
• Programming by level or by time the start of the adquisition.
• Comparative analysis of signals.
• Operations between signals: Integration, derivation, arithmetical
operations, filters.
• Generation of reports and data tables.
• Exporting data to TXT format.
• Exporting graphics to BMP, WMF format.
• Data acquisition from a unit with a remote connection through a local
network. (Internet).
• Monitoring the screen of any PC connected to the network.
System configuration
Data processing
MINIMUM REQUIREMENT OF THE SYSTEM
• PC with Windows operating system.
• USB communication line.
• Local network, only if wishing to make remote acquisitions.
Display of results
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renewable energy
and energy efficiency
Solar photovoltaic
page 208
Wind power
page 211
EFT-900. Solar photovoltaic training devices
EOL-900 Wind power training system
Solar thermal
page 214
VIRTOOL Solarterm. Interactive virtual
environment for DHW system installation
training
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Renewable energy and energy efficiency
page 208 Solar photovoltaic
EFT-900
Solar
photovoltaic
training devices
Simulates an autonomous
photovoltaic system with •
real and educational
components
This trainer implements a low Eproduction photovoltaic installation. Allows the analysis and study of the elements
and components production, storage and transformation of energy. The system includes:
• A training panel with all the elements that take part in electric energy transformation process.
• Solar panel.
• Battery on training support and with battery charging circuit.
• LabView virtual instrumentation software application.
• Includes a data acquisition system for measuring solar radiance, temperature and electric variables (voltage,
current and power) at the different points of the circuit from a PC.
EFT-900 photovoltaic training panel
Ref.: 9EQEFTAVZZ
With main solar photovoltaic installation components: solar controller, AC/DC inverter and consumables.
Solar controller characteristics:
• Battery charge controller with micro processor.
• Connections to photovoltaic panel and
to battery training module.
• Digital display showing:
- Battery voltage.
- Charging current and 12VDC consumption current.
- Button-selectable.
• Two 12VDC lamp holders.
• Bridges for connection and disconnection
of circuit components.
• Load resistor for solar panel testing.
Inverter characteristics:
• AC/DC converter: 12VDC input. 220V 50Hz output.
• Output power: 150W (300W peak).
• Schuko socket for external charging.
• Two 220VAC lamp holders.
• Bridges for connection/disconnection of circuit components.
• Load resistor for testing the AC/DC converter included with the accessories.
Renewable energy and energy efficiency
Solar photovoltaic page 209
EFT-901 battery
training module with
charging circuit
• For connection to the EFT-900 photovoltaic training
panel.
• The module has a battery charging system using
mains voltage.
• Includes protective fuse. The battery is powered
whether or not the charging circuit is functioning.
Accessories and manuals
• Two 12V lamps, two 220V lamps, one variable
load resistor, a set of cables and safety connection
bridges.
• User manual and practical manual (on CD-ROM).
LabVIEW virtual instrumentation application
The photovoltaic training devices with virtual instrumentation include a data acquisition system and an
application developed in LabView enabling monitoring of the photovoltaic system’s main variables via
PC and different types of testing to be performed, and control of the installation from the PC.
The application includes the following functions:
• “Activities” windows: The activities windows help the students to carry out the exercises in the training device
practical manual. When the student accesses a specific activity, the diagram of this activity is shown with its
associated virtual instrumentation. Also, the training device is configured automatically via the internal relays, as
shown in the diagram.
• “Measurements” windows: For measuring variables
in the different components or points on the circuit.
The variables are presented in numerical and
graphic form. Measurements on solar panel, battery,
12V charge and inverter.
• “Control” window: For controlling the training
device’s internal relays via virtual buttons for opening
and closing the different points of the circuit. For
configuring the training panel from the PC, according
to the particular test to be performed.
• “Tests” windows: For performing testing and
obtaining characteristic curves (e.g. I-V curve for the
solar panel). They include configuration functions for
the signals to be received and testing times, results
analysis functions, exporting data, printing and
saving images, creating X-Y graphs, etc.
• “Monitors” window: This window shows the
electrical variables at the different points of the circuit
(voltage, current and power) on a single screen,
together with the irradiance and temperature on the
photovoltaic panel.
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OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES (not included in standard version)
SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL WITH FIXED
SUPPORT AND COLLECTORS
SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PANEL WITH WHEELED
SUPPORT AND COLLECTORS
Ref.: 9EQMFTBA02
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Number of cells in series: 36. Power: 40W.
Current at maximum power (Imp) = 2.10A.
Voltage at maximum power (Vmp)= 16.80V.
Short-circuit current (Isc): 2.35A. Open circuit current
(Voc): 20.55V.
Blocking diode.
Dimensions: 637 x 527 x 35 mm.
Support for external and internal assembly of panel, with
adjustable tilt.
Irradiance and temperature collector.
Ref.: 9EQMFTAV02
• Number of cells in series: 36. Power: 40W.
• Current at maximum power (Imp) = 2.10A.
• Voltage at maximum power (Vmp)= 16.80V.
• Short-circuit current (Isc): 2.35A.
• Open circuit current (Voc): 20.55V.
• Blocking diode.
• Dimensions: 637 x 527 x 35 mm.
• Support with castors for easy transportation.
• Adjustable tilt, with graduated scale.
• Irradiance and temperature collector.
FLOODLIGHT ACCESSORY WITH FIXED SUPPORT
Ref.: ACCFOBA6Z
• Two halogen floodlights, 500W
(lighting) and 400W (electric)
each one (efficiency class C).
• Mast with support stand to
hold floodlights.
• Rotatable, height-adjustable,
and floodlight tilt can be
adjusted with respect to the
solar panel.
• Light intensity can be varied
via a 1000W electronic
controller.
MODULE SUPPORT TRAINING FRAME
Ref.: 9EQB1P10CP
• Bench-mounted single-deck frame, for 10 recesses.
• Constructed in iron and extruded aluminium,
used for fitting blocks, modules and panels.
FLOODLIGHT ACCESSORY FOR WHEELED
SUPPORT
Ref.: ACCFOCAV6Z
• Two halogen floodlights, 500W
(lighting) and 400W (electric) each one
(efficiency class C).
• Rotating mast with graduated scale for
measuring the angle of incidence.
• Rotatable, height-adjustable, and
floodlight tilt can be adjusted with
respect to the solar panel.
• Light intensity can be varied via a
1000W electronic controller.
Renewable energy and energy efficiency
Wind power page 211
EOL-900
Wind power
training system
Simulates an autonomous wind power system
with real and educational components.
Ref.: 9EQEOL906Z
Allows the analysis and study of the elements involved in the production, storage and transformation of wind power
with wind simulation independent of the external climatic conditions.
Activities can be performed using conventional instrumentation or virtual instrumentation on connection to the PC.
Includes a data acquisition system and a LabView software application for measurement and control of the system
from the PC.
The software application EOL-900 LAB and its automatic setup features, make simple working with the different
activities supplied with the equipment.
Vertical wind generator EOL-900
• Wind Mini-generator(12V/20W). Three phase output voltage.
• The generator drag by a c.c. electric motor (24V-8A). Power
transmission by pulleys and belt with 1:2 relation
• Electronic regulator(10A) for the motor speed variation from 0
to 2000rpm
• Manual speed control , through potentiometer, or automatically,
through an external setpoint with a nominal value from 0 to
10Vcc.
• Electrical and mechanical protection, with a transparent guard.
• Outputs, protected by a three phase magnetothermal circuit
breaker (2A).
- 5 Pin plug (three phase output of the generator and nominal
value of the motor) for connection to the EOL-900 panel.
- Drag system power supply: 100 - 240Vac, 47 - 63Hz. Fuse
protection (1A).
- Consumption: 150VA at full Charge.
• Dimensions: 450 x 450 x 550mm.
• Weight: 20Kg.
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Renewable energy and energy efficiency
page 212 Wind power
EOL-900 wind power system training panel
Incorporates the real elements of an isolated wind power system. Includes
the data acquisition system and the connection with the PC.
Features:
• The serigraphy represents the circuit.
• Sockets and bridges for manual connection of circuit elements and
doing measurements with conventional instrumentation.
• Wind regulator for battery overload protection, with the following
incorporated functions:
- LED indication of battery charge status (very low, low, medium, full)
- LED indicator of the battery charge regime: (loading, regulating and
loading, regulating).
- Temperature compensation for an optimal load of the batteries.
- Multistage loading for an optimal loading regime. - Stop switch for installation and maintenance.
• Two LED (12V/5W) lamps with control switches
• Car lighter plug to connect other types of charges to the system.
• Data acquisition system incorporated inside the panel, with the
following features:
- USB interface for PC connection
- Conditioning circuits for the measurement of wind generator three
phase voltages, output frequency of the wind generator, voltage
and current at three phase rectifier output, voltage and current per
battery, voltage and current on 12Vcc charge, and the 0-10V output
for the generator drag system external nominal value.
Relays (12V/8A) for disconnect/connect the electric generator and the
lamps from the PC.
EFT-901
battery training
module with
charging circuit
• For connection to the EFT-900
Photovoltaic Training System and the
Wind Energy Training System EOL-900.
• Characteristics: 12V / 12A / 20HR
• The module has a battery charging
system using mains voltage.
• Includes protective fuse. The battery is
powered whether or not the charging
circuit is functioning.
Renewable energy and energy efficiency
Wind power page 213
EOL-900 LAB Virtual instrumentation
and control software
Virtual instrumentation software application developed in LabView, enabling monitoring and control
the wind power system from the PC.
The application includes the following functions:
• Activities: The activities window helps
the students to carry out the activities in
the manual. When the student accesses
a specific activity, the diagram of the
activity is shown with its associated
virtual instrumentation. Also, the training
device is configured automatically via
the internal relays.
- EOL-900/1: Wind generator
characteristics in vacuum.
- EOL-900/2: Wind regulator
characteristics in charge.
- EOL-900/3: Battery charging.
- EOL-900/4: Battery discharging.
- EOL-900/5: Wind regulator currents distribution.
- EOL-900/6: Wind regulator charge stages.
• Measurements: For measuring variables in the different components or points on the circuit. The variables are
presented in numerical and graphic format.
- Wind generator measurements: wind speed in m/s, wind generator rotation speed in rpm, voltages and
frequency at generator outupt, voltage, current and power at the rectifier output.
- Battery measurements: Voltage, current and battery power.
- Charge measurements of 12Vcc: Voltage, current and charge power.
- Wind regulator measurements: Voltages, currents and powers in the regulator inputs and outputs.
- All the windows have implemented a speed regulator for the drag motor.
• Control: For controlling the training device’s internal relays via virtual buttons for opening and closing the different
points on the circuit. For configuring the training panel from the PC, according to the particular test to be performed.
• Tests: For performing testing and obtaining characteristic curves (e.g. I-V curve for the solar panel). They include
configuration functions for the signals to be received and testing times, results analysis functions, exporting data,
printing and saving images, creating X-Y graphs, etc.
*Mounted training frame not included
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Renewable energy and energy efficiency
page 214 Solar thermal
VIRTOOL
Solarterm
Interactive virtual environment
for DHW system installation
training
VIRTOOL SolarTerm provides users with DHW system
installer skills and includes detailed basic system
assembly and start-up procedures
It is a software application designed and developed for
training purposes, including practical activities/case studies
and a full range of content. It is a virtual model that functions
just as in real life.
LEARNING BY DOING
The application is based on problem-based learning and
enables independent study. Its advanced educational
design is a result of the latest studies conducted in this
field and state-of-the-art technology. (PBL Problem Based
Learning, Self-Training, Learning by Doing). Working with VIRTOOL
The practical activity library is divided into study
cases.
SAFE, INDESTRUCTIBLE INSTALLATIONS
Reduces the risk of accidents and damage to equipment
during the training process.
LOWER TRAINING COSTS
With VIRTOOL SolarTerm, the user/student performs
the learning activities by solving case studies in a
virtual environment. Users have all the information
required for the case studies:
• A full description
• Back-up materials
• Instructions are constantly provided and errors
notified, helping students to successfully solve
all the case studies
• Online reports can be obtained for student
assessment by tutors
The time spent working at real installations is shorter, and
genuinely effective learning is provided with less need for
tutor support.
ONE INSTALLATION, ONE STUDENT
Each student works on their own separate installation.
INSTALLATIONS AVAILABLE 24 HOURS A
DAY
Renewable energy and energy efficiency
Solar thermal page 215
Interaction
The simulator is used to practise the
following:
• Component selection and identification.
• Assembling the different parts of the
installation on a roof and inside a model
home.
• Determining the installation position of
the various components.
• Assembling, bolting or fixing the
components in place using the
necessary tools.
Activities
• Identifying the parts of a DHW system
• Assembling each component.
• Fully assembling the entire system.
- Assembling the sections.
- Assembling the solar collectors.
- Connecting the collectors and pipe casing.
- Connecting the pipe casing and the water tank.
- Connecting the water tank and the boiler.
Back-up resources
SolarTerm Licences
Virtool SolarTerm is sold with web
licences of different duration:
• SOFEVIR60X (unlimited)
• SOFEVIR61X (4 months)
• SOFEVIR62X (1 year)
VIRTOOL has a wide range of back-up resources for
these activities:
• Thermal solar power
• DHW installation components
• Solar collectors
• Adjustment and control
• Tools
• Hydraulic pump units
• Pipes and insulation
• Structures
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laboratory
furniture
Configurable modular fixtures. We adapt our
equipment to new designs and proposals
arising from our customers’ requirements.
Introduction
page 218
Laboratory units
Table settings
page 220
Supply systems
page 222
Table-mounted frames and fixtures
page 224
Compatibility tables
page 225
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Laboratory furniture
page 218 Laboratory units
Laboratory units
The provision of laboratories and workshops equipped with appropriate teaching
the purposes of such spaces, necessarily includes the furniture. The carefully
designed modular nature of the ideas presented in this catalogue enables
endless combinations to be tailor made to suit ever y kind of requirement:
useful space, shelving space, drawers, power supplies, didactic equipment
storage unit system, etc.
Functionality
• Tables which are either fixed or which
can be pushed around.
• Power supply channel for electricity
and/or electronics.
• Drilled top surface to which different
elements can be attached.
• Frames which are designed to be
used for placing equipment in different
formats: die, modules, panels...
Robustness
• Highly resistant metal structure with
epoxy finish.
• Surface tops which are resistant to
water, damp, corrosive agents such as
acids, alkalis, solvents, ...).
• Withstand all abrasions and
temperatures of up to 180 ºC.
Modularity
• Modular table programme.
• Modular power supply system programme,
with safety terminals.
• Modular support programme (frames,
storage units, ...) for didactic equipment.
Laboratory furniture
Laboratory units page 219
9EQB1P18CP
9EQB1P14CP
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9EQB1P10CP
9EQBALD925
9EQCAAL16H
9EQBALD760
9EQCAAL12H
9EQB2P20CP
9EQCAAL08H
9EQBALD615
9EQENC1500
9EQB2P28CP
9EQB2P 6CP
9EQBALD470
9EQBALINFG
9EQAR GRCP
9EQTRA1500
9EQAR GIND
9EQPATA870
9EQAR GR4 C
9EQBALDINF
9EQAR GR C
9EQAR G1CP
9EQAR
9EQAR
9EQENC1800
9EQTRA1800
9EQPATA690
L 690
PTI NAL EG
L
ITH C A TER
PATBA R9EQ
9EQAR PQ E
D1 C
D2 C
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Laboratory furniture
page 220 Table settings
Table settings
A modular programme which enables different table
options to be put together, depending on the needs of the
user at the time. The minimum composition of a table is
as follows:
1 Surface top
Surface top
2 Legs
1 Crosspiece
Tables
The surface tops have been manufactured out
of post-formed 30 mm boards with PVC edges, into
which holes and inserts have been drilled in order
that the rest of the system’s elements (shelves,
frames, etc.) may be assembled onto them.
The legs are the supports which, together with a
crosspie crosspiece, give all necessary stability
to the table. Both elements are made of metal and
have been epoxy coated, which guaranteed their
robustness and durability.
Crosspiece
with ornamental
attachments
Leg
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
9EQMES1569
Table classroom / lab of 1500 mm and fixed legs of 690 mm height.
9EQMES1587
Table classroom / lab of 1500 mm and fixed legs of 870 mm height.
9EQMES156R
Table classroom / lab of 1500 mm and rolling legs.
9EQMES1869
Table classroom / lab of 1800 mm and fixed legs of 690 mm height.
9EQMES1887
Table classroom / lab of 1800 mm and fixed legs of 870 mm height.
Laboratory furniture
Table settings page 221
Shelves
There is a series of shelves which can be fixed in
position either on the surface or below between the
table legs. The shelves are made of posformed laminate
with a buffer at the rear.
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
9EQBALD470
Upper shell 470 x 300 x 20 mm.
9EQBALD615
Upper shell 615 x 300 x 20 mm.
9EQBALD760
Upper shell 760 x 300 x 20 mm.
9EQBALD925
Upper shell 925 x 300 x 20 mm.
9EQBALDINF
Lower shell for 1800 mm table.
Dimensions: 840 x 300 x 30 mm.
9EQBALINFG
Lower shell for 1500 mm table.
Dimensions: 1130 x 300 x 30 mm.
Storage units
The selection of STORAGE UNITS or drawer units
made of bonded melamine and post formed drawers
which are positioned below the surface. The handles
are made of aluminium. Except for the model which
is fitted with coasters, the rest are steadied by
means of the corresponding accessories below the
surface top.
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
9EQARMPQUE
1 body 1 drawer storage unit. Hanging. 400 x 530 x 140 mm.
9EQARMMD1C
2 body 1 drawer storage unit. Hanging. 400 x 530 x 280 mm.
9EQARMMD2C
2 body 2 drawer storage unit. Hanging. 400 x 530 x 280 mm.
9EQARMG1CP
4 body 1 drawer and 1 door storage unit. Hanging. 400 x 530 x 560 mm.
9EQARMGR3C
4 body 3 drawer storage unit. Hanging. 400 x 530 x 560 mm.
9EQARMGR4C
4 body 4 drawer storage unit. Hanging. 400 x 530 x 560 mm.
Consult compatibility table on page 10 before choosing the right combination.
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Laboratory furniture
page 222 Supply systems
Didactic power
supply systems
This is a modular programme
which enables different
electrical or electronic supply
system options to be put
together.
It consists of a supply channel which is to be screwed into the holes which are in the surface top, and a series of
electrical modules which are assembled onto the channel.
The channel is made of extruded aluminium and is available in different lengths. All channels need to be equipped with an
electrical supply module plus a set of modules selected by the user according to their needs.
Channels
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
9EQCAAL16H
16 space Didactic supply channel.
Length 1023 mm.
9EQCAAL12H
12 space Didactic supply shannel.
Length 914 mm.
9EQCAAL08H
8 space Didactic supply channel.
Length 624 mm.
Standard electrical
supply channel
Supply channels with two holes for
easy adaptation to any other table
type. Their general characteristics
are:
• Compliant with European low voltage Directives.
• Manufactured in extruded aluminium.
• Modular and extendable.
• Includes a 4-metre connection hose.
• Supplied ready-assembled.
We present three models (other models available).
REFERENCE
Model
Protection
230 Vac plug sockets
Three-phase plug socket
Safety terminal sockets
Length in mm.
9EQCA08H6Z
9EQCA12HCZ
9EQCA12HFZ
230 Vac single-phase
230 Vac three-phase
380 Vac three-phase
Overload protector
O.P. and differential switch
O.P. and differential switch
yes (3 sockets)
yes (3 sockets)
yes (3 sockets)
no
yes (1 socket)
yes (1 socket)
yes (L1,L2,PE)
yes (L1,L2,L3,N,PE)
no
624 mm
914 mm
914 mm
Before choosing the configuration, see the compatibility table on page 10
Laboratory furniture
Supply systems
page 223
Junctions
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
MODMES1010
Triphase 380 junction. Magnetothermal. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1020
Triphase 380 junction. Magnetothermal + differential. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1030
Triphase 380 junction. Magnetothermal + differential + button. Length 4 spaces.
MODMES1040
Triphase 380 junction. Magnetothermal + differential + button. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1090
Triphase 220 junction. Magnetothermal. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1100
Triphase 220 junction. Magnetothermal + differential. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1110
Triphase 220 junction. Magnetothermal + differential + button. Length 4 spaces.
MODMES1120
Triphase 220 junction. Magnetothermal + differential + button. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1050
Monophase 220 junction. Magnetothermal. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1060
Monophase 220 junction. Magnetothermal + differential. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1070
Monophase 220 junction. Magnetothermal + differential + button. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1080
Monophase 220 junction. Magnetothermal + differential + button. Length 3 spaces.
Electrical modules
Consult the 110 V supplies and electrical modules.
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
MODMES1130
Triphase 380 V transformer with terminals. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1140
Triphase 220 V transformer with terminals. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1150
Triphase 220 V transformer with phase-phase terminals. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1160
Monophase 220 V transformer with phase-neutral terminals. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1170
Monophase transformer with 3 schuko plugs. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1180
Monophase transformer with 2 schuko plugs. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1190
Triphase 380 V supply transformer. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1220
Triphase 220 V supply transformer. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1200
2 x 12 V. / 2 A. 220 V AC/DC Converter. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1210
15 V, +5V; 1A power supply. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1240
0,4 diameter air supply. Length 1 spaces.
MODMES1350
Phone jack supply. Length: 1 hole.
MODMES1370
Independent phase 2 Schuko outlets Pc supply. Length: 2 compartments.
MODMES1000
Module for converting empty spaces. Length 1 spaces.
MODMES1001
Module for converting empty spaces. Length 2 spaces.
MODMES1002
Module for converting empty spaces. Length 3 spaces.
MODMES1003
Module for converting empty spaces. Length 4 spaces.
MODMES1004
Module for converting empty spaces. Length 5 spaces.
MODMES1005
MODMES1005 Module for converting empty spaces. Length 6 spaces.
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Laboratory furniture
page 224 Table-mounted frames and fixtures
Table-mounted frames
and fixtures
This system has two main functions:
• It serves as a physical support for the modules, blocks and panels
used in the practical activities.
• It transmits the electrical supply from the supply modules to all
the modules requiring it.
Frames
The frame dimensions are selected in accordance with the equipment to be mounted on the frame. Its horizontal
structure consists of an aluminium section, and it has quadrangular iron side supports.
As regards locating the frame on the work table, it may be fixed (the frame can be fixed to the tables) or mobile (if
it is to be used as a mobile frame, it is supplied with removable legs with non-slip feet).
The module power supply and fixing systems consist of a series of connectors into which the connection points
located on the rear of the modules are inserted, exerting a slight pressure. All the frame connectors are interwired
in order to share a common voltage, guaranteeing a suitable power supply to the modules installed.
The power is supplied from the frame via a specific supply module.
REFERENCE
DESCRIPTION
9EQB2P36CP
Table-mounted training module for 36 single modules in 2 tiers.
9EQB1P18CP
Table-mounted training module for 18 single modules in 1 tier.
9EQB1P14CP
Table-mounted training module for 14 single modules in 1 tier.
9EQB2P20CP
Table-mounted training module for 20 single modules in 2 tiers.
9EQB1P10CP
Table-mounted training module for 10 single modules in 1 tier.
9EQPCBLBSM
Cable holder accessory for training frame.
Laboratory furniture
Compatibility tables page 225
Compatibility
tables
Depending whether a fixed table top frame is going to be used, there are
several dimension conditions which prevent certain elements from being
attached such as some models of shelves or supply channels.
These tables show which elements may NOT be used on the table top, based
on the choice of the frame.
1500 TABLE
FRAMES
CHANNELS
SHELVES
470 mm
615 mm
760 mm
925 mm
8 spaces
12 spaces
16 spaces
2 tier 36 modules
no
no
no
no
Single tier 18 modules
no
no
no
no
2 tier 28 modules
no
no
no
no
no
Single tier 14 modules
no
no
no
no
no
2 tier 20 modules
no
no
no
no
Single tier 10 modules
no
no
no
no
1800 TABLE
FRAMES
CHANNELS
SHELVES
470 mm
615 mm
760 mm
925 mm
8 spaces
12 spaces
16 spaces
2 tier 36 modules
no
no
no
no
Single tier 18 modules
no
no
no
no
2 tier 28 modules
no
no
no
Single tier 14 modules
no
no
no
2 tier 20 modules
no
no
Single tier 10 modules
no
no
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Alecop Didactic
International
P.B. No. 6488
Dubai
United Arab Emirates.
Tel: +971 4-3242131
Fax: +971 4-3242500
[email protected]
www.alecopdi.com
www.alecop.com
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