With the motor load brake didactics module, prospective electronics professionals can practice safe loading of drives on the basis of tried and test industrial components – thus gaining practical experience with the latest automation technologies.
With the motor load brake didactics module, prospective electronics professionals can practice safe loading
To ensure automated and efficient production processes, companies require highly trained technical personnel with relevant practical experience. These experts must be familiar with the load behavior of the drive technology systems – both in theory and in practice. Only then will they be able practice high-quality production in an economical and energy-saving manner.
Intensive, application-based training is therefore essential for all prospective electronics professionals (MT, EBT, EMA, EAT, EAFT, EGS). In addition to theoretical teaching aids, they also require clear didactics modules with which to acquire the necessary practical skills.
Application-based teaching aids provide practical experience
Our didactics modules are specifically designed to facilitate understanding of electro-mechanical principles on the basis of tried and tested, real-life equipment. As part of subject area 8 "Selecting and integrating drives," they help to ensure qualification at the highest level.
The motor load brake (MLB) didactics module is one of these teaching aids. The compact table module allows trainees to practice loading of electrical drives in various forms. It is configured for the connection of drives from our modular motor system: the AC asynchronous motors of type DRS71S4 with the E17C simple encoder.
The system module allows future experts to perform targeted simulations of load changes in an AC asynchronous motor. This is done using industry-standard circuit breakers or reversing contactor circuits as well as frequency inverter operation:
- The belt tension can be removed by means of a mechanism (e.g. to simulate a snapped belt).
- The load torque can be adjusted manually using a lever.
- A pointer provides an optional visual indication of the brake torque.
- A torque slip clutch prevents a continuous overload.
We will be happy to advise you on your needs
- With our extensive experience in education and training
- On-site with our didactics specialists
- With the optimum teaching aid and modules
Learn on a practical basisby means of laboratory tutorials on a standard AC motor
Gain targeted qualificationthanks to a challenging didactics module that explains the loading of electrical drives in a varied and easily comprehensible manner
Practice safelythanks to safe installation of live components
Components and technical data
- Technical data for AC asynchronous motor DRS71S4:
- P = 0.37 kW
- V = 230 V/400 V
- f = 50 Hz
- ISO class F (inverter operation)
- TH motor protection
Practical laboratory tutorials
- Switching AC asynchronous motors on the grid and on frequency inverters
- Flexible loading of the AC asynchronous motor
- Activating switching and reporting thresholds (e.g. overload and underload)
- Measuring and recording electrical quantities
Areas of application
The didactics module is suitable for use in technical secondary schools or for the industrial and technical training of
- Electronics specialists (MT, EBT, EMA, EAT, EAFT, EGS)
- Mechanical engineers
- Automation technicians