Variable Inductive Load Unit 60 HZ

Variable Inductive Load Unit 60 HZ

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Variable Inductive Load Unit 60 HZ

The Variable Inductive Load Unit 60 HZ trainer can be used either as a single or three phase variable inductive load bank, or to teach and experiment the inductors, and the basic principles of R-L and R-L-C circuits on AC and DC voltages with 1/3 HP – 250 W machines. In three phase load bank mode, the unit demonstrates the effect of balanced or unbalanced loading in three phase wye or delta circuits. When used in conjunction with other load banks, the unit allows the student to study the effect of load versus power factor. The inductive load bank can operate in single phase or in three phases. It consists of 9 individually switched load inductors arranged in three identical groups. The load in each group can be modified in seven-step increments. For a single phase load, the three groups can be paralleled to allow twenty-one steps of load. All loads have 4mm color-coded safety posts on the front panel. Synoptic diagrams are silk-screened to ensure clarity and ease of use. Included in the Rotating Machines Trainer for 1/3 hp - 250 W.

Educational Advantages of Variable Inductive Load Unit 60 HZ

  • Can be used either as a single or three phase variable inductive load bank
  • Designed to experiment the basic principles of R-L and R-L-C circuits on AC and DC voltage
  • Consists of 9 individually switched load inductors arranged in three identical groups

Technical Specifications of Variable Inductive Load Unit 60 HZ

  • Can be used as DC or AC 1Φ/ 3Φ load
  • 9 variable inductors
  • Max. reactive power: 315 VAR AC/DC
  • Max. current: 2.625 A AC/DC
  • Inductors per phase: 625/1250/2500 mH
  • Current per phase: 0.5/0.25/0.125 A
  • Accuracy: 5%


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