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Electro-Mechanical Lab



The objectives of the EMS lab are to meet the laboratory requirement of conducting experiments in the domain of electromechanical area. The students will achieve proficiency in the use of EMS through exposure to the related experiments for various EM courses in EE specialty. There are different types of motors, generators, inductive, capacitive and resistive loads available which are normally used in industry. Students observe there working and perform experiments using different configuration. LAB 4-1.jpg

Main Equipment


Electro-Mechanical Lab is established in SEECS since April 2006. A complete training module of Electro-mechanical system (8001) from LAB-VOLT USA is installed.
This Lab is also equipped with a CNC routing and milling machine CCD\2, which is used for making rapid prototype PCB's 0.2-kW Electromechanical Training System (8001)
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The 0.2 kW Electromechanical System (EMS) is a modular program presented in four units on low-power, industrial type equipment. All machines have cutaway bell housings to permit visual inspection of the internal construction, and a separate power supply for each workstation provides total control of the necessary power sources (including three-phase), thereby eliminating interference with other concurrent laboratory experiments. The course includes additional applications dealing with various techniques associated with the generation and use of electrical energy.



​Machines have 0.2 kW (175W) motor rating and a 120 W/VA generator rating. All machines are mounted in standard size modules. Modularized program is divided into four different career objectives. System produces reliable and repeatable results, so student can train in an ideal training environment. Meters designed to sustain starting currents even when used on low range. Motors and generators have properties of much larger actual industrial machines. Motors have open bell housings that allow interior view during operations. Study includes generation, distribution, and application of electric power. Connections can be made easily through the use of stacking safety banana plug leads. LAB 4-3.jpg