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Motion Platform
(MC102.04)

1.Rotating disk 2.Inner frame 3.Rotary servo base unit 4.Two plate structure 5.Stable platform module 6.DC motor

  • Learning molding of First-principles derivation
  • Visualization of observer design control
  • Visualization of PID control
  • Learning molding of transfer function representation
  • Motion Platfrom
    • Motor current-torque constant: 0.02 N.m/A
    • Motor armature resistance: 5.3 Ω
    • Motor armature inductance: 0.580 mH
    • Motor nominal input voltage: 12 V
    • Armature inertia: 1.4 x 10-6 kg.m²
    • Operating current: 0.23 A
    • Flywheel radius: 0.0508 m
    • Flywheel mass: 0.8 kg
    • Flywheel inertia about spin axis: 1.0323 kg.m²
    • Gyro module inertia about input axis: 0.002 kg.m²
    • Spring stiffness: 1.9089 x 10³ N/m
  • linear voltage amplifier
    • Amplifier type: linear
    • Number of outputs: 1
    • Load continuous current output: ± 4 A
    • Amplifier continuous voltage output: ± 24 V
    • Amplifier gain: 1 V/V or 3 V/V (gain selectable)
    • Current sense: 1 V/A
    • Amplifier command: ± 10 V
    • Number of analog inputs: 4
    • Supply AC voltage
  • Motion Platform (MC102.04)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Rotary Servo Base Unit (MC102)

Motion platform module is a great way to introduce and explore rotational dynamics principles. You can use it to show and clarify real-world control challenges such as those encountered in control and guidance of ocean-going vessels, aircraft and submarines or in satellite navigation. The spin/stabilize platform module consists of a rotating disk mounted inside a frame and driven by a DC motor around its center.

  • Motion platform is a model that help trainer understanding the main concept of the introduce and explore rotational dynamics principles
  • It gives clear visualization on how real world control challenges such as those encountered in control and guidance navigate navigation
  • The module consists of a rotating disk mounted inside a frame.
  • The disk operation about its center through a DC motor.
  • The rotary servo base unit is mounted on a two-plate structure and can rotate freely.
  • Motion platform module is mounted on a rotary servo base unit to rotate the module in the horizontal plane.
  • In addition, the rotary servo base unit is mounted with a two-plate structure. This allows the entire system to be manually rotated relative to a solid surface.
  • Encoders measure the rotation of the frame, i.e., the tilt angle of the disk.
  • The inner frame holds the rotating disk and is connected at both ends to the outer frame by two shafts.
  • A gear mechanism is connected between one of these end shafts, and an encoder measures the angle of a blue frame that rotates around the shaft. i.e., it measures the angle of inclination of the disc tilt angle.
  • This allows you to manually rotate the gyroscope structure with respect to a fixed plane to simulate external disturbances to the gyroscope system.
  • Trainer included linear voltage amplifier which designed to achieve high performance with Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) implementations.
  • The linear voltage-controlled power amplifiers can drive experiments or other actuators through easy-connect terminal boards and cables.