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EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES

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1

Motor Wiring System

Includes a Control Panel (fuse blocks, control relays, control transformer, etc.), an Electro Pneumatic Panel (pneumatic cylinder, limit switch, pressure switch, etc.), an Operation Panel (pushbuttons, indicator lamps, etc.), and two 3-Phase Induction Motors.

Learners will study how to terminate a panel wire and connect wires to terminal screws, how to properly strip a wire and tape motor leads, and how to run a wire from a control panel to an operator station. Learners will also study wire color coding, wire bundling, and the importance of wire numbering.

2

Power Distribution Trainer

The trainer includes a mobile workstation, (2) induction motors, bus bar unit with enclosure and bus plugs; junction and control boxes, disconnect switch, lockout/tag-out, student learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s guide.

Electrical Power Distribution Learning System teaches installation of modern electrical power distribution systems. Learners will study industry-relevant skills to enable them to construct, troubleshoot, maintain, and repair the wiring in power distribution systems from the bus bar to the control panel.

3

Motor Control Training System

The system includes a bench top mount control workstation, motor workstation, AC induction motor, control component panels, multimeter, lead set, and student curriculum that is unmatched within the industry. This system uses industrial quality components to help learners become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job. Some of the major components that learners will work with include a control transformer, reversing contactors, manual motor starter, multi-function timer, and control relays.

Motor Control Learning covers electric relay control of AC electric motors. Learners study industry relevant skills including how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot AC electric motor control circuits for various applications. It teaches learners how to troubleshoot motor control circuits under realistic conditions. Circuit faults can be introduced using either the manual fault insertion, supplied as a standard, or through the optional Computer-Based Fault Insertion System

4

Basic Rotating Machines

Features a number of industrial machines, including an AC multipurpose single phase motor, a split phase motor, a DC motor/generator, and a 3-phase induction motor. This learning system also includes an integrated base test unit, photo tachometer, lead set, pony brake, handheld clamp-on multimeter, and handheld digital multimeter.

Teaches electric machines commonly found in industrial, commercial, and residential applications: single phase AC motors, three-phase AC electric motors, and DC electric motors. Learners practice industry-relevant skills including operation, installation, analyzing performance, and selecting electric machines for various applications.

5

Mechatronics System

It consists of seven stations making up a complete flexible manufacturing system. Each station is a small mechatronics system in itself with multiple, integrated technologies that can be used as stand-alone or in various combinations, creating unlimited project capability.

  • Station 1 – Pick and Place Feeding
  • Station 2 – Gauging
  • Station 3 – Orientation Processing
  • Station 4 – Sorting / Buffering
  • Station 5 – Servo Robotic Assembly
  • Station 6 – Torque Assembly
  • Station 7 – Inventory Storage

This learning system teaches learners how to manufacture industrial quality working directional control valves. They develop skills needed to enable processes to work together such as making precision physical adjustments. Modern industry leverages technology so that one set of equipment can make many products.The Pick and Place Feeding station teaches interfacing, problem solving, programming, sequencing and operation for pneumatic robots, material feeding systems, powered parts feeders, vacuum grippers, hall effect sensors, magnetic sensors, operation for index tables, stepper motors, homing sensors, fiber optic sensors, part transfer, parts orientation, photoelectric sensors, and inductive sensors.

6

Process Control System

The module includes a bench-top workstation, process control network, control panel. Industrial quality components are mounted and plumbed in a closed loop circuit to control the water flow between two tanks or the liquid level in one tank. All components are connected to banana jacks on the control panel to allow students to measure signals and connect the devices in a wide variety of control configurations. The module offers 3 types of controllers: relay control, the standard, and two options: PID controller and PLC control. This allows students to study a wide range of process control methods. The relay control includes manual input switches, control relays, solenoid valves, and float switches to perform automatic on/off liquid level control. The PID controller option enables variable electronic control of either liquid level or flow and the PLC controller option enables both on/off and PID control of the system. Manual valves are used to switch between the PID and on/off control methods.

The T5552 Level and Flow Process Control System teaches two of the most common types of process control systems, flow and liquid level, and the basic concepts on which other systems are based. Students will learn to calibrate, adjust, install, operate, and connect process control systems in industrial applications.

7

Thermal Process Control System

The system includes a heavy-duty, welded steel workstation with industrial quality components, which are mounted and plumbed in two water flow circuits, a process loop and heating loop, to control the temperature of water flowing in the process loop. All electrical components are connected to the control panel to allow students to measure signals and connect the devices in a wide variety of control configurations including PID control, on/ off control, and manual control.

Temperature Process Control learning System allows learners to study and practice calibrating, adjusting, installing, operating, and tuning thermal process control systems in industrial applications.

8

Analytical Process Control System

Analytical Process Control Learning System teaches students how to use analytical control concepts in industrial situations. This is one of a complete line of process control trainers that teach process control across the common variables of level, flow, temperature, and pH. The system includes a table top workstation with a control panel, PLC interface, metering and injector pumps, a continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR), pH transmitter and probe, reagent tanks, a piping by-pass network, student learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s assessment guide.

Students will learn industry-relevant skills including how to perform a hazard analysis, control flows through metering and injector pumps; test pH; measure the output of a combination electrode with a multimeter; program and calibrate a pH meter; operate a loop controller; configure and operate controllers for discrete pH control, closed-loop pH control; establish alarms for managing a process; mix solutions in both batches and continuous control; control a pH process with proportional-integral control as well as proportional-integral-derivative control; control loop performance.

9

AC/DC Electrical Systems

The module includes a bench top mount workstation, AC power supply, DC power supply, electrical components set, lead set, hand-held multimeter, circuit tester, built-in instrumentation console, electrical circuit simulation software, student learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s assessment guide.

AC/DC Electrical Learning System teaches fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. Students learn industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications.

10

Power & Control Electronics

Includes a bench-top workstation with instrumentation console, fault insertion system, panel mounting console, and panel storage area; five application panels; digital multimeter; lead set; fault insertion software; printed student curriculum; and instructor’s guide.

Power and Control Electronics Learning system teaches students to operate, adjust, and troubleshoot electronic components, circuits, and systems used in these vital machine applications. The systems computer-based fault insertion system enables students to go beyond learning concepts to developing key industry troubleshooting skills. The T7018 can insert 30 different faults to present students with realistic troubleshooting experiences.

11

Hydraulic and pneumatic system

Includes an industrial hydraulic power supply, mobile workstation, hydraulic actuator component module, hydraulic valve component module, hydraulic instrumentation panel, hydraulic hose and fittings set, hydraulic supply and return manifolds, pneumatic actuator/valve component module, pneumatic instrumentation panel, pneumatic hose and fittings set, student learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s guide. This system uses industrial quality components to help students become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job and to withstand frequent student use.

System teaches fundamentals of hydraulic and pneumatic systems used in industrial, agricultural, and mobile applications. Students learn industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, analyze performance, and design basic fluid power systems. The system is also equipped with static and dynamic load devices to enable students to recreate the wide variety of conditions under which hydraulic and pneumatic systems typically operate.

12

Pumps System

System includes a centrifugal pump, mobile test workstation, student learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s guide. This system uses industrial quality components such as a cast iron centrifugal pump to help students become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job. The mobile test workstation includes complete instrumentation to enable students to learn how centrifugal pumps perform under the various load conditions. Instruments include: inlet and outlet pressure gauges, digital flow meter, motor speed readout, and torque readout. The mobile test workstation includes complete instrumentation to enable students to learn how centrifugal pumps perform under the various load conditions. Instruments include: inlet and outlet pressure gauges, digital flow meter, motor speed readout, and torque readout. The system is also equipped with various devices to enable students to recreate the wide variety of conditions under which pumps typically operate. These include: load valve, air ingestion valve, cavitation valve, and variable speed motor.

Students learn a comprehensive set of industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, maintain, troubleshoot, analyze performance, and select centrifugal pumps as well as system design. Students can also mount a second pump to the workstation to test the operation of series (multistage) and parallel pump operation. The system is also equipped with various devices to enable students to recreate the wide variety of conditions under which pumps typically operate. These include: load valve, air ingestion valve, cavitation valve, and variable speed motor.

13

Mechanical drives

Components include: fractional horsepower and heavy duty style components, 3 types of bushings, 7 types of couplings, single and multiple belt drives, single and multiple chain drives, silent chains, synchronous and HTD belt drives, spur gear drives, manual lubrication, plain bearings, roller bearings, seals, and gearboxes.

Students will study basic principles of mechanical systems, component operation, system design, component installation and adjustment, troubleshooting, maintenance, and applications.

14

Sensors Package

Electronic Sensors Learning System teaches the operation of electronic, non-contact sensors and their applications in industry. It includes four types of sensors, target set with a variety materials, positioning and measuring device, learning materials for both theory and lab, and teacher’s guide. This system uses industrial quality components to help learners become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job.

Provides the learner with the ability to set up and test each sensor’s operation by presenting a variety of targets at various distances and angles. The target base and slide unit are capable of measuring the linear and lateral distance of the target from the various sensor faces as well as its angular offset to give the learner realistic exposure. The mounting position is adjustable by sliding the position of the sensor.

15

Programmable Controller Systems

This is a programmable controller learning system consisting of Siemens S7300 series PLC, programming software, Application panel interface kit, Electro pneumatic application panel, motor application panel and a discrete wiring station.

Learners will study a broad array of topics including PLC programming, PLC motor control, discrete I/O interfacing, PLC timer instructions, PLC counter instructions, PLC troubleshooting, event sequencing, and application development. Additional topics include remote I/O, HMI operation, application editing, industrial communications networks, and data exchange.