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Servosystems in speed & position : 12 practices

The PSY4400 is a system designed for the practical study of servo-systems. A manual describes 12 example experiments. Never has practices been so simple, with module schematics, schematics for all of the interconnections and the methods for assembling the systems. Including the solutions for the pupils, giving the charts and the conclusions. Dim. : 670 x 500 x 210mm. Weight : 19kg. PRACTICAL EXPERIMENTS TWIN ATTENUATOR Each attenuator is comprised of a resistance decade, variable from 0 to 10 x 10 k SUMMING AMPLIFIER This operational amplifier is arranged as a summer and has 3 inputs. May be balanced by an internal resistor, an RC circuit or an exterior circuit via two sockets. PRE-AMPLIFIER This pre-amplifier allows the amplification of the signal and regulation of the driver offset. DRIVER AMPLIFIER This is a differential power amplifier and supplies the voltage for the motors on sockets and controls the direction of the motor. It is protected against voltage surges and short circuits: Output +15V to -15V 700mA Gain 34dB. TACHO CONVERTER Converts an alternating signal at variable frequency issued from the tachometer into a DC signal, proportional to the rotation of the motor. GENERAL POWER SUPPLY Delivers the necessary voltage for the motor +15V to -15V 500mA and for the modules +15V to -15V 200mA. An integrated ammeter shows the current taken by the motor. POTENTIOMETER A potentiometer of high precision, with a graduated scale from 0 to 360. SERVO POTENTIOMETER Recopy potentiometer is fixed to the motor shaft and has a graduated scale from 0 to 360. SPEED METER This voltmeter is calibrated to 10V/100k, and is graduated in rpm. Scale 0 to 4000rpm. SERVO MOTOR It is a motor unit, continous current, 12VDC - 8W on 2 shafts. SIGNAL GENERATOR Used for the study of the transition speeds. Produces a square wave signal which controls the motor driver and produces a synchronous voltage ramp rised to sweep the X axis of the oscilloscope in XY mode MAGNETIC BRAKE Slows down the metallic disc fixed on the motor shaft. The intensity of braking force can be adjusted via a graduated scale from 0 to 10. Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment Experiment N1 Transitory response of the motor N2 Study of the speed and brake torque N3 Use of operationals amplifiers N4 Study of a simple servo-system in one direction of revolution N5 Influence of loop gain on the quality of the servo-system N6 Study of the servo-system in two rational directions N7 Transitory response of the servo-system and oscillations N8 Study of a simple positional servo-system N9 Study of transitory response of inertia and ascillations N10 Speed response N11 Stable and un-stable positions N12 Study of a servo-system with two modes of reaction : speed and rotation

ref. PSY4400 Model with 12 units

ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED 65 leads. A box in which to arrange the modules. The bottom is magnetic to allow placing of the units (these are magnetic also) to allow arrangement for particular systems. Our users manual has been laid out for first time students working with servo-systems. The internal electronic schematics of the modules for their information or for understanding their workings and output signals.


ref. PSY441