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Classic Control Trainer
(MCC101)

1.Operation panel 2.Selector switch module 3.ON/OFF module 4.Indication LED’s module 5.Push button module 6.Emergency switch module 7.Limit switch module 8.Thermal overload module 9.Motors module 10.Digital Pulse Meter 11.Inverter module 12.Electronic overload module 13.Digital counter module 14.Timers module 15.Relays module 16.Contactors module 17.Experimental Module (schematic & modules)

18.Process tank (lower) 19.Centrifugal pump 20.Pressure switch 21.Non-return valve 22.Plug ( to connect between the two units 23.Solenoid valve 24.Process tank (upper) 25.3 Electrode level sensors 26.Drain valve 27.Manual valve

  • Studying function of classic control components.
  • Understanding the electrical connections of classic control components.
  • Differentiate between single-phase and three-phase connection.
  • Control circuit of a motor operation.
  • Control circuit of a motor operation with overload.
  • Power and control a motor using pushbutton & LEDs.
  • Power and control a motor from Two different Places.
  • The control circuit of reversing direction of rotation of a motor.
  • Power and control circuits of two motors provided that one of them only operates only when the other is already operated.
  • Power and control circuits of two motors provided that one of them only operates when the other is shut off.
  • Power and control circuit of two motors using ON/OFF switches and timers.
  • Power and control circuit of two motors using ON/OFF switches and timers then stopping them both after a certain time.
  • Power and control circuit of two motors using ON/OFF switches and timers then stopping the first motor after a certain time.
  • Power and control circuit of operating two motors alternately with a certain time interval.
  • Control circuit of controlling motor speed using an Inverter.
  • Measuring speed using digital pulse meter.
  • Control circuit of limit switch with digital counter.
  • Controlling liquid pressure and flow using pressure switch , level sensors , pump and different valves.
  • Power contactor
    • Poles: 3 poles
    • Rated Power: 4 Kw
  • Thermal overload
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Rated current: 1.6A ~ 2.5A
  • Electronic overload
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Rated current: 0.5 ~ 6A
  • Relays
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Poles :3 poles
    • Rated current: 10A
  • Pump
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Rated Power: 0.75KW
  • Three-phase Motor
    • Rated Power:0.37Kw
    • Rated Frequency: 50HZ
  • Single-phase motor
    • Rated Power:0.18Kw
    • Rated current: 1.99A
    • Rated Frequency: 50HZ
  • Timers
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Timing: 0.5 sec ~ 100 hr.
  • Motor driver
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Timing: 0.5 sec ~ 100 hr. Motor driver
    • AC supply: 220 VAC, 50-60 Hz
    • Input Current : 13.6A
    • Output Current 7.5 A
    • Rated Power: 2Hp
  • Classic control trainer (MCC101)
  • Hard copy user manual
  • Multimeter

Classic control (MCC101) trainer is designed with a main aim of demonstration the concept of industrial automation using components of classic control. The system is consists of two main units, first one is the system control unit which includes industrial classic control components , powering and measuring devices, digital displays in addition to three motors to be controlled. The second unit is an experimental module features an industrial automation application that consists of a centrifugal pump and 2 water tanks. Using safety connecting cables trainees will be able to connect between modules for experimentation.

  • The trainer consists of two main units connected together to power the second unit from the main control unit using a cable.
  • First unit is the operation & control unit that includes all classic control components, while the other unit features a scaled-down industrial application that consists of a closed loop process of controlling water level, and pressure in a tank.
  • Main unit operation module is equipped with ON/OFF switch, emergency switch, a circuit breaker & 3-phase power supply.
  • Modules for classic control components included in the main unit are:
    • Limit switch module
    • Emergency switches module
    • Push buttons module
    • Indication LEDs module
    • ON/OFF switches module
    • Selector switches module
    • Relays module
    • Contactors module
    • Thermal overload module
    • Electronic overload module
    • Digital counter module
    • Digital pulse meter module
    • Inverter module
    • Timers module
    • 2x three-phase motors
    • Single-phase motor
  • Terminals of each module are displayed in different colors banana sockets to allow connecting between components.
  • The main unit also includes a schematic diagram of the industrial process for better understanding of the system and to help operate the process in the right sequence.
  • Modules with test points for the industrial process components are included in the control panel such as:
    • Pump module
    • Pressure switch module
    • Level electrode module
    • Solenoid valve module
    • Electrode level sensors
  • Each of the 3 electric motors provided at the main unit is equipped with a cover on the rotating part to ensure system safety during training.
  • A speed sensor on each motor shaft to measure its rotating speed.
  • The single-phase motor is equipped with an inductive proximity sensor near to its rotating shaft used to measure the motor speed of rotation in a certain method and display it on the digital pulse meter.
  • The 1st three-phase motor is equipped with a photoelectric sensor near to its rotating shaft used to measure the motor speed of rotation in a certain method and display it on the digital pulse meter.
  • The 2nd 3-phase motor is equipped with a capacitive proximity sensor near to its rotating shaft used to measure the motor speed of rotation in a certain method and display it on the digital pulse meter.
  • Using the classic control components, the trainee will be able to control motors direction of rotation also starting the motors using different methods.
  • The industrial process unit contains a pressure switch to protect the pump from high pressure, a solenoid valve to control the liquid flow
  • The process tank (upper) includes 3 Electrode level sensors,1st electrode is responsible for starting the pump to fill the tank, while 3rd electrode is responsible for stopping the pump and opening the solenoid valve to drain water to the lower tank till the water level is at the height of 2nd electrode.
  • The main function of this unit is to measure the water level in the upper tank using the electrode level sensor. When the water level reaches a certain level that has been set by electrode level sensor, the pump stops driving water from the lower tank to the upper tank.