Sensors & Transducers Trainer
(CT-009)

1.DC motor, 2.opt sensors, 3.Inductive sensor, 4.Hall effect sensor, 5.Servo potentiometer, 6.Tacho-generator, 7.DC relay, 8.DC solenoid, 9.Buzzer, 10.Loudspeaker, 11.Microphone, 12.Counter/Timer, 13.LED display, 14.Converters, 15.Amplifiers, 16.Differentiator, 17.Integrator, 18.Comparator, 19.Inverter, 20.Buffer, 21.Amplifiers, 22.Low-pass filter, 23.Lamp filament, 24.Photovoltaic cell, 25.Temperature sensors, 26.Motorized potentiometer, 27.Transducers

  • Build and test complete closed loop control systems for rotary speed and position.
  • Implementation of the electronic switch.
  • Understanding positional resistance transducers.
  • Measurements using Wheatstone bridge.
  • Use of temperature sensors.
  • Light & environmental measurement.
  • Applications of linear position .
  • Using the linear or rotational motion.
  • Signal conditioning amplifiers.
  • Conversions of signals.
  • Implementation of comparators, oscillators and filters.
  • Implementation of mathematical operations.
  • Study of the control systems characteristics.
  • Implementation of practical control systems.
  • Study the difference between open loop and closed loop systems.
  • First: Input Transducers
    • Slide potentiometers
    • Wire wound & precision rotary potentiometers
    • NTC thermistors
    • NTC temperature sensor
    • Humidity sensor
    • PIN Photodiode
    • Inductive Proximity Sensor
    • Precision servo potentiometer
    • Strain Gauge
    • Photovoltaic cell
    • Dynamic microphone
    • Slotted opto sensor
    • Phototransistor
    • Type ‹K› thermocouples
    • Tachogenerator
    • Photoconductive cell
    • Reflective opto sensor
    • Hall effect sensor
  • Second: Output Devices
    • Heater
    • Filament Lamp
    • DC Motor
    • Buzzer
    • Relay
    • Solenoid
    • Counter/timer unit with LED display
    • Bargraph voltage indicator
  • Third: Signal Conditioning Circuits
    • Buffers
    • Inverters
    • Comparator with switchable hysteresis
    • Amplifiers with gain and offset control
    • Current amplifier
    • Summing amplifier
    • Differential amplifier
    • Instrumentation amplifiers
    • AC amplifier
    • Oscillator 40kHz
    • Filter 40kHz
    • Low-pass filter with switchable time constant
    • Sample and hold circuit
    • Integrator with switchable time constant
    • V/F and F/V converters
    • Differentiator with switchable time constant
    • V/I and I/V converters
    • Alarm oscillator with switchable latching
    • Power amplifier
    • Electronic switch
  • Sensor & transducer technology trainer -(CT - 009)
  • Hard copy user manual

Sensors & transducers trainer is a bench-top unit is designed with a main aim of teaching important concepts related to control electronic circuits. These concepts includes the difference between a sensors and a transducer , the definitions, functions, types and classifications of input devices , output devices and signal conditioning circuits. Through a wide range of components and safety connecting cables the trainee will be able to construct circuits and choose elements depending upon the quantity being measured and the application being implemented.

                                     
  • The trainer is perfect for using in control engineering education through its open loop and closed loop experiments.
  • The educational unit includes all the necessary power supplies, light sources to perform experiments.
  • The educational unit includes a variety of sensors, actuators and transducers that are installed on-board such as DC solenoid, DC relay, humidity transducer, strain gauge transducer, motorized potentiometer, PIN photo-diode, photo voltaic cell, K-type thermocouple, NTC thermistor, temperature sensor, platinum RTD, Wheatstone bridge, buzzer, speaker, microphone, counter/ timer, wire-wound track, carbon track, heater element slide potentiometer and filaments lamps.
  • The unit also includes AC amplifier, low-pass filter, 40 KHz oscillator, 40 KHz filter, full-wave rectifier sample & hold, X100 amplifier, LED Bargraphy display, deferential amplifier, instrumentation amplifier, current amplifier, summing amplifier, buffers, inverter integrator, differentiator, V/F converter, V/I converter, power amplifier, F/V converter, I/V converter, electronic switch, alarm oscillator, comparator, amplifiers and DC voltage sources.
  • Protection circuits are installed which provide safety to the user.
  • The unit is provided by a digital Multi-meter where the measured values and parameters are displayed.
  • The amplifiers and low-pass filter have switches to provide a wider range of experiments for trainees.
  • Technical symbols of the control components are printed on the panel with components terminals to implement electrical connections safely.