Electric Machines

Electric Machines

Electrical machines equipment. Electric machines laboratories: 0.2 kW, 0.3 kW and 1.1 kW.

Each laboratory is composed of:

  • basic autonomous benches with power supplies capable of providing all voltages, in AC or DC, fixed and variable and stabilized in order to develop a course on electrical measurements and electrical machines;
  • universal bases to assemble the machines and to couple them to the other machines of the laboratory;
  • motors, generators, transformers, brakes, RLC loads, instrumentation and accessories to perform any test on electrical machines.

Each electric machine is equipped with a comprehensive training manual showing all tests that can be performed at no-load and load conditions.

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