Electrical Faults in Simple Air Conditioning Systems ET 170

Electrical Faults in Simple Air Conditioning Systems

Type: ET 170
Name: Electrical Faults in Simple Air Conditioning Systems
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Technical Description

  Identifying electrical faults in air conditioning systems requires comprehensive knowledge This knowledge includes the design and operation of the individual electrical components as well as the reading of circuit diagrams. ET 170 helps to acquire this knowledge.
  ET 170 demonstrates the electrical circuit of a simple air conditioning system, consisting mainly of a refrigerant compressor and fan at the air cooler. The control circuits are actually present. Compressor and fan motor are simulated.
  The compressor is controlled via a thermostat. Via a ballast the fan motor speed can be switched in two stages. The start of the compressor motor takes place via a start-up relay and start-up capacitor.
  Typical protection devices, such as circuit breaker, complete the electrical circuit. The operating state of the simulated components compressor and fan is indicated via lamps in the circuit diagram on the front panel.
  The simulation of 15 different faults, such as coil fracture in the motor or faulty switching contact, is possible. For fault indication, voltages and resistances are checked at the lab jacks with the multimeter. The depiction of the circuit diagram on the front panel facilitates the allocation of the measuring points.
    The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

 
Learning Objectives / Experiments

- electrical design and principle of operation of

  simple air conditioning systems
- read and understand electrical circuit diagrams
- design and operation of electrical components in

  an air conditioning system
  * start-up capacitor
  * start-up relay
  * overheat protection
  * main contactor
  * automatic fuse
  * on/off switch
  * speed switch
  * thermostat
- fault finding in electrical components
  * in idle state
  * under mains voltage

Features

* Simulation of a simple air conditioning system

  with compressor, fan and thermostat 1
* Investigation of key electrical components

  from air conditioning technology1
* Simulation of 15 faults

Available accessories
WP 300.09 -- Laboratory Trolley
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ET 340 -- Building Automation in Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
ET 930 -- Evaporator Control with Electronic Expansion Valve
Specification [1] experimental unit from the GUNT practical series for the training of mechatronics engineers for refrigeration
[2] simulation of the electrical circuit of a simple air conditioning system for cooling
[3] real control circuits with electrical components, simulated load circuits
[4] electrical simulation of compressor and  fan
[5] temperature control with thermostat and compressor
[6] fan with 2 adjustable speeds
[7] operating states of the simulated components indicated via lamps in the circuit diagram
[8] circuit diagram depicted on the front panel
[9] identification of 15 faults: multimeter measures voltages or resistances at the lab jacks 
  Technical Data

Simulated compressor
- start-up current: > 3A
Electrical components for the compressor
- start-up capacitor
- start-up relay
- overheat protection (bimetallic)
Electrical components for the fan
- on/off switch
- speed switch
Thermostat: -5...35°C
General safety devices
- main contactor
- automatic fuse

 

Dimensions and Weight LxWxH: 900x400x650mm
Weight: approx. 30kg Required for Operation 230V, 50/60Hz, 1 phase or 120V, 60Hz/CSA, 1 phase Scope of Delivery

1 experimental unit

1 multimeter
1 set of instructional material

Order Details

061.17000  ET 170  Electrical Faults in Simple Air

                                Conditioning Systems


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