Computerized Flow Control Trainer
Computerized Flow Control Trainer
SKU: HI MME-002

The "HANSA" Trainer provides a comprehensive experimental introduction to the fundamentals of control engineering using an example of flow control.A pump delivers water from a storage tank through a piping system. The flow rate is measured by an electromagnetic sensor, which permits further processing of the measured value by outputting a standardized current signal. A Rota meter indicates the flow rate. The controller used is a state-of-the-art digital industrial controller. The actuator in the control loop is a control valve with electric motor operation. A ball valve in the outlet line enables defined disturbance variables to be generated. The controlled variable X and the manipulating variable Y are plotted directly on an integrated 2-channel line recorder. Alternatively, the variables can be tapped as analogue signals at lab jacks on the switch cabinet. This enables external recording equipment, such as an oscilloscope or a flatbed plotter, to be connected.Computerized Flow Control TrainerFEATURESFundamentals of control engineeringReal industrial control engineering components: controllers, transducers, actuatorsExperimental introduction to control engineering using an example of flow controlConstruction of the system with components commonly used in industryDigital controller with freely selectable parameters: P, I, D and all combinations SPECIFICATIONStorage tank: 30LCentrifugal pumpPower consumption: 250WFlow rate: 150L/minHead: 7mSpeed: 2800min-1Rota meter: 0?1960L/hElectromagnetic flow rate sensor: 0?6000L/hControl valve with electric motorKvs: 5,7m3/hStroke: 5mmCharacteristic curve equal-percentageValve-opening position sensor: 0?1000?Line recorder2x 4?20mAFeed rate 0?7200mm/h, steppedControllerProcess variables X, Y as analogue signals: 4?20mAPower required for operation230V, 50Hz, 1 phase230V, 60Hz, 1 phase DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTLxWxH: 1000x700x1750mmWeight: approx. 110kg

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