Computerized Level Control Trainer
Computerized Level Control Trainer
SKU: HI MME-003

The "HANSA" Trainer provides a comprehensive experimental introduction to the fundamentals of control engineering using an example of level control.A pump delivers water from a storage tank to the transparent level-controlled tank. The liquid level is measured by a pressure transducer installed at the base of the level-controlled tank. The controller used is a state-of-the-art digital industrial controller. The actuator in the control loop is a pneumatically operated control valve with an electro-pneumatic positioner. 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.Process control software is optionally available.Computerized Level Control TrainerFEATURESExperimental introduction to control engineering using an example of level controlConstruction of the system with components commonly used in industryDigital controller with freely selectable parameters: P, I, D and all combinationsLevel measurement by pressure sensor SPECIFICATIONStorage tank: 30LCentrifugal pumpPower consumption: 250WFlow rate: 150L/minHead: 7mSpeed: 2800min-1Level-controlled tank7LLevel: 0?0,6mPressure sensor: 0?100mbarPneumatically operated control valve DN 20Kvs: 4,0m3/hReference variable: 4?20mANominal stroke: 15mmCharacteristic curve equal-percentageLine 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. 120kg

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