Three-Phase Alternator Generator Kit
(AT - 098)

1.AC plug 2.Emergency pushbutton 3.Mode selection 4.Ignition switch 5.Battery charge monitoring system 6.USB port 7.Indication/Warning lamp 8.Ignition switch 9.Battery 10.Battery charge disconnector 11.Diode trio 12.Voltage regulator 13.3-phase full wave 14.Alternator 15.Stator winding 16.Rotor winding 17.Faults activation switches 18.Single phase input 19.Full wave/ half-wave rectifier switch 20.Full wave rectifier 21.Half wave rectifier 22.Resistor 100 Ohm 23.Capacitors 470 nF

  • Performing local and remote experiments such as
    • Half wave rectifier experiment
    • Full wave Rectifier experiment
    • Alternator experiment
    • Alternator fault simulation
  • Using schematic diagrams as an aid to understand what a half and full wave rectifier.
  • Reading and interpreting one single diagram circuits for alternator charging system.
  • Studying the component and function of alternator charging system.
  • Performing system connections and measuring output signals.
  • Calculating the voltage ripple factor and acknowledging the voltage ripple and its relation with load and capacitors.
  • Three-phase alternator/generator Kit (AT - 098)
  • BEDO Software + USB cable
  • Hard copy user manual

The three-phase alternator/generator kit provides trainees the basics of three-phase current diode and rectifier circuits as well as the functionality of an unregulated three-phase alternator/generator. The kit provides trainees the needed fault diagnosis compliance with accident prevention regulations.

                                     
  • The three-phase alternator/ generator kit provides trainees with the basic knowledge of three-phase current diodes and rectifier circuits.
  • Trainees will familiarize and grasp the main principle and the function of a typical alternator system.
  • The system interprets the various aspects of how on-board vehicle networks are supplied with electrical power at an authentic practical level
  • Trainees will get acquainted with a number of different components of a typical alternator/generator system including battery, rectifiers, diodes and alternator.
  • Besides the theoretical knowledge, trainees will be able to carry out a number of different experiments.
  • Two modes are introduced for performing the experiment. Local mode which can be operated directly from the kit and remote mode which can be operated through an external PC. An external PC can be easily connected through the USB port.
  • The system is provided with software system to perform the experiments in the remote mode and display your results.
  • The training system is supplied with a fault insertion system where trainees can introduce up to seven faults to the system locally or remotely to test different malfunctions in the system.
  • Trainees will also be able to get familiar with the graphical representation of different components as all of the circuits are printed on the training kit.
  • The training kit allows students to understand and use schematic diagrams of half and full wave rectifiers.
  • The training system allows trainees to perform different connections and use the oscilloscope to measure signals.
  • The training kit is supplied with an emergency switch as a safety measure to protect the system against any mis-convenience.