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Education is the future

Catalogue with
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Electrical engineering
Installation Engineering
Control technology
Address: ELWE Technik GmbH
Company profile
Elwestraße 6, 38162 Cremlingen, Schandelah

Services: Development, production and distribution of technical training

systems, training appliances and specialist technical furnishing
for basic and advanced training in industry and colleges for
further education.

Business sales area: world-wide

Legal form:: Limited company, registered at the Commercial Registry (HR) in

Braunschweig under B 9806, UST-ID DE 814092083.

The company ELWE Technik GmbH is located in the near vicinity to

the city of Braunschweig which lies in a geographically central
position in Germany. We have direct access to the inter-european
motorway and railway routes as well as to the main international
airports of Frankfurt, Hanover, Hamburg and Berlin.

Our company is located at the centre of a vigorously active

technological region, the so called "Industrial Triangle" -
Braunschweig, Wolfsburg and Salzgitter - where future-oriented
hi-tech research and development is being undertaken in solar,
information, gene, bio, steel and automotive technologies.

In this region, we currently maintain even by present day

ELWE Technik GmbH
ELWE Straße 6 standards, an "untypically" high in-house production depth by
38162 Cremlingen
OT Schandelah
manufacturing our products to the highest possible levels of

Several departments, which are equipped with the most modern

CNC and laser machines for production work in the metals and
plastics areas, combined with our high quality controls under the
guide rules of ISO 9001, guarantee a first-class grade of quality
continuity, control and durabilty in our products.

The in-house development of the products, together in a close co-

operation with the regional "natural resources" of professors,
ELWE Technik GmbH
ELWE Straße 6 lecturers and expert consultants, enables us to quickly and
38162 Cremlingen
OT Schandelah
efficiently realise our products in a qualitatively, methodically and
technically mature manner.

Parallel to this, we can offer services in the areas of consultancy,

project planning, tendering, training instruction, customer
services and maintainance/repair.

Our field representatives and agents willl attend to you on-site

during every phase of the contract and remain your contact person
after project clearance.

As an extension to our services we can offer you comprehensive

literature, seminars with qualified personnel and product
instruction at either the customers locality or here at our factory.

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Educational concept . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4+5

Fundamentals of electrical engineering:

General Information to Fundamentals of electrical engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Starter-Kit-Technical-Laboratory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Basics of Electrical Engineering TG1 / U1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Basics of electronics TG6 / U6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Basics of digital technology TG 7 / U7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Basics of analogue technology TG 8 / U8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Systrain - systematic training (a new form of training) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Electronic three-phase generators EDG and SDG . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Energy Experience System. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Photovoltaic Engineering and Stand-by Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15

Installation Engineering / Building Management

General Information to Installation Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Installation Engineering TG4 Installation Circuits with Switches and Pushbuttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Installation Engineering TG4 Installation Circuits with Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Installation Engineering TG4 Lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
2 Line BUS Home Telephone Systems and Door Stations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Alarm systems: Intruder alarm system and Fire Alarm Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
KNX BUS / EIB BUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Work experience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Mobile training station . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Experimental Case on Electrical Protective Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Protection and safety accordance to VDE0100 (Fault simulator). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Wall for concealed installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Control technology:
General Information to Control Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Control Technology TG 9 / U 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29

Laboratory Furnishings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

GTCT. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Fax Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

U = Student exercises
TG = Experimental Panel System

Educational concept

-- We make technology easy to understand with:

Experimental Experimental Experimental

Panel Systems Modular Systems Plug-in Systems

Experimental panels, with easy to read The experimental modules for The Experimental Plug-in System
switching position symbols, circuit application in the grid walls offer similar consists of electrical components in a
diagrams and result effect diagramms possibilities as our panel system and Makrolon® casing together with their
for each current experiment are promote self-learning and training of the associated overlay-masks. These
mounted in a straightforward manner theoretical content during active, masks, specifically dedicated to each
into the experimental frames. These practical and instructional conditions. experiment, allow only the opening of
offer outstanding communicative The modules allow themselves to be the relevant circuitry in the universal
possibilties for theoretical, teacher- flexibly arranged on the wall-mount plug-in panel offering trainees a highly
oriented lecturing and presentation leaving the table area free for training effective and transparent learning
work. literature and exercise books. method during their period of basic

Experimental Experimental
Portable Systems Wall Systems

Our Experimental Portable System and More complex systems, such as in the
Trainer consists of compact, portable cases automotive or automation technology
most of which are fitted with their areas of study and further in the
appropriate power-supply, measuring units electrical braking and motor drive
and connection cables. Their mobility allows technologies, are reproduced by us as
them to be used practically anywhere "in the fully functional wall systems. These
field" thus avoiding costly commercial or systems, most of which can be directly
educational premises and can be quickly connected to the Trainee Metering
and easily set up for operation, (please refer Station, provide the student with a "live"
to our conventions of use) working atmosphere.

Each different experimental system is conceived, designed handling of the experimental units. A further comprehensive
and manufactured in direct accordance to the relevant range of accessories is available.
didactical and methodical requirements. Through our
Didactically and exemplary conceived methods in the
consideration of professional practical experience in each
experimental instructions guarantee success in the
topical area and the application of original automotive
deployment of the experimental units and the learning
components, our systems are able to offer that feeling of
process. All systems are –
"real life" conditions during the entire educational process.
The distinctively printed and easily comprehensible markings
for the circuit symbols, circuit diagrams together with the -- always flexibly integratable in our:
clearly and orderly arranged experimental assemblies makes
Professional Practice Systems and Training
even the most complicated circuitry easy for the student to
Environment Furnishings
follow and understand. The rigorous integration of safety
devices, including all connector elements, guarantees a safe

Through our comprehensive programme for training With this topical catalogue we have now compiled a
environment furniture which we develop and manufacture in- selection of the most frequently requested items within
house, we are able to offer an optimal solution for every room our product range. The products concerned generally
and educational institution. involve a complete technically furnished environment
including the necessary cables, constructional elements
and the related training literature. We will be only too
Whether the systems are with aluminium or steel elements,
pleased to answer any further questions on this subject.
as laboratory, computer or workshop fittings, with power
supplies, experimental frames or wall mounts, with storage
cupboards, stools or accessories for the training environment ELWE Technik GmbH
- ELWE has always got the right solution for your wishes.
Elwestraße 6
Experimental equipment and training environment
38162 Cremlingen
furnishings make ELWE a competent all-rounder for turn-key
training environments in educational facilities.

Tel.: +49 5306 930-0

Fax: +49 5306 930-404
eMail: info@elwe.com

General Information to Fundamentals
of electrical engineering
The fundamental principles electrical engineering form the basis of the
most varied electrical techniques applied in the modern world today. On
these grounds, they form one of the most important areas of technology
which ELWE has been offering during its extensive history.

A clear portrayal of the different issues electrical engineering are clearly laid
out in the sections TG1 and U1 respectively.

TG1 provides the lecturer with the possibility to demonstrate the technology
of various direct and alternating current applications to groups of pupils or
students on large display panels.

Section U1 concerns itself with the same components as in TG1 but with
the difference that the electrical components are incorporated into small
modules or plug-in modules enabling the student to carry out his tasks of
circuit building and testing in a completely autonomous manner.

On the following sides you will find the fundamental principles electrical
engineering including different extensions to this subject laid out in various
forms. Our system offers you the freedom to decide for yourself how you
structure your lessons. ELWE is offering you all possibilities from the panel
system for group instruction to the portable case version for individual
studies (if you want, a rechargeable battery option is available so that you
can carry out your lessons outside in the field).

Ask us, we have always got a cost-effective solution ready for you.

System description

+ Complete equipment for over 40 basic experiments in electrical and

automotive engineering
+ Can be extended with equipment from the ELWE range
+ High quality, practice-oriented ELWE components incl. cables and
experimental manuals
+ Desk console with built-in grid panel and power supply (also for 110 V)
+ Including measuring instruments
+ Components clearly arranged in a case
+ Experimental manuals in German, English, French, Spanish
+ Furniture included (table and 2 chairs)
+ Easy self-assembly

A connecting cable allows the tables to be connected to one another! Of

course, with each set you will receive a CD with over 40 student
experiments for immediate start as well as a CD with teacher solutions for
each classroom!
All components are of a high quality and have been practicably approved.
ELWE products (wiring and components) have already been installed in
over 40 school experiments related to electrotechnology and automobile
electrics. A console with a built-in grid board and power supply is supplied
as an integral part of the exercise system. The set includes 2 universal
multimeters enabling the students to carry out correct measuring
(Complete laboratory, including table and chairs)

Ordering information
Experimental / Training Topics
+ Voltage, current and Resistance measurement with an universal
Order No.: 8-0401500-000-10-0
measuring instrument
+ Ohm's Law
+ Series, parallel and multiple series connection of resistors
+ Mode of operation of a relay
+ Resistance as a function of temperature: filament lamp
+ Resistance as a function of temperature: the PTC thermistor
+ Resistance as a function of temperature:the NTC thermistor
+ Determination of the internal resistance of voltmeters and ammeters
+ Electric power
+ Unloaded / Loaded voltage divider
+ Wheatstone bridge
+ Power matching
+ Capacitor: making and breaking operations with applied direct voltage
+ The capacitor within the AC circuit
+ The current as a function of capacitance and voltage
+ Coil with direct and alternating voltages applied
+ Magnetic coupling
+ The unloaded / loaded transformer
+ The diode within the DC and the AC circuits
+ Pick-up delay of a relay with PTC thermistor
+ Bridge rectification connections
+ Characteristic curves of germanium, solicon and Zener diodes
+ Half-wave rectification
+ Voltage doubling with diode
+ Voltage stabilisation with Zener diodes
+ Input and current control characteristic of a transistor
+ The transistor as switch
+ Characteristic curve of a phototransistor (LDR)
+ Exposure meter with a LDR
+ Dimmer switch LDR

Basics of Electrical Engineering
TG1 / U1 (Experimental Panel / Modular Plug-in System)
Experimental / Training Topics

Some of U1 experiments:
+ Using an universal measuring instrument
+ Exercises in reading an universal measuring instrument
+ Metering instructions for a universal meter
+ Voltage, current and Resistance measurement with an universal
measuring instrument
+ The voltage supply SVU
+ The function generator FGU
+ Operating elements of an oscilloscope
+ AC / DC voltage metering with the oscilloscope
+ Metering of the DC and AC component of mixed voltages with the
+ Periodic-time and Frequency metering with the oscilloscope
+ Ohm' Law: Series, parallel and multiple series connection of resistors
+ Mode of operation of a relay
+ Resistance as a function of temperature: filament lamp
U1 Experimental set-up + Resistance as a function of temperature: the PTC and NTC thermistor
with the Modular Plug-in System + Pick-up delay of a relay with PTC thermistor
+ Determination of the internal resistance of voltmeters and ammeters
+ Electric power
+ Unloaded / Loaded voltage divider
+ Wheatstone bridge
System description
+ Power matching
Knowledge of the fundamentals of the energy type "Electricity", its physical + Capacitor: making and breaking operations with applied direct voltage
characteristics and laws, its usage, transport and conversion are the basic + The capacitor within the AC circuit:
elements of education in general as well as of vocational an technical the current as a function of capacitance and voltage
training. AC resistance of a capacitor as a function of frequency
Within ELWE's educational program, Branch 1 forms the basis for all the + Parallel and series connection of capacitors
extensive experiments in the various special fields of Electrical + Parallel and series connection of resistor and capacitor to AC voltage
Engineering. The series of experiments start with subjects such as "Electric + RC network as a low-pass / high-pass filter
Circuit", continue with "Resistor Circuits", "Kirchoff's Laws", "Magnetism", + Coil with direct and alternating voltages applied
"AC and Three-phase Techniques", "Electrostatic" and end with basic + Determination of coil inductance
circuits including the most important elements of Electrical Engineering. + AC resistance of a coil as a function of frequency
+ Series and parallel resonant circuit
For the set-up of experiments, the ELWE Universal Plug-in System is used + Magnetic coupling
in connection with the attaching foils corresponding to the literature. + The unloaded / loaded transformer
The trainee has a grid connector system developed directly from daily + The diode within the DC and the AC circuits
practice at his disposal to enable him to carry out his work in an autonomous + Half-wave rectification *
manner. ELWE can offer all the necessary accessory parts including + Galvanic elements *
didactically conceived experimental instructions. + Electrolyse*
+ Galvanic suffusions*

* Supplementary equipment necessary

Ordering information

TG 1.1 Basics of electrical engineering and electronics

Order No. 8-0101111-000-10-0
U1 Basics of electrical engineering and electronics
Order No. 8-0201010-000-10-0

Basics of electronics
TG6 / U6 (Experimental Panel / Modular Plug-in System)
System description

In section TG6 / U6, the characteristics of all relevant modern electronic

components are determined by means of experiments, their basic circuitry
is demonstrated and investigated.
The thematic area "Fundamental principles of Electronics" is divided into
different experimental areas each of which require the appropriate outfit of
components necessary for each experiment.

+ Components and basic circuits

+ Amplifier circuits
+ Oscillator circuits
+ Power supply circuits

Experimental / Training Topics

+ Data of the semi-conductors used

+ Characteristics of germanium and silicon diodes
+ Peak and average rectification
+ Doubling voltage and power multiplication circuits

+ Characteristic of a Z diode and Voltage stabilization with a Z diode

Bistable-multivibrator + Input characteristic curves, electricity control characteristic curves and

installed on a universal plug-in panel with SK components a set of output characteristic curves for a transistor
+ LF- amplifier with grounded emitter circuit

+ Voltage stabiliser with series transistor

+ The differential amplifier
+ Temperature measurement using a NTC and differential amplifier

+ Astable- / Bistable-multivibrator

+ The Wien element

+ Sinus osscillator with Wien element
+ The Colpitts oscillator
+ Selective amplifier
+ Direct voltage transformer

+ Characteristics of a LDR
+ The LDR as an electronic rheostat
+ Characteristic of a LED
+ The Phototransistor
Transistor amplifier circuit + Optocoupler with a Phototransistor
installed on a universal plug-in panel with SK components.
+ FET (field effect transistor), operational behavior
+ Output characteristic curve set of a field effect transistor
+ Monostable multivibrator with FET
+ Constant current source with transistor and FET
Ordering information

To carry out the work of the themes covered in the experimental instructions + Operating characteristics of a thyristor
U6, you can use either the full or reduced outfit U1. + Thyristor in a direct current circuit
+ Saw-tooth generator FET
+ Phase-shifting oscillator with Thyristor und UJT
Electronic - TG 6.1
+ Operating characteristics of a triac
Order No. 8-0106011-000-10-0 + Phase-shifting oscillator with UJT and Triac

Amplifier circuitry - TG 6.4

Order No. 8-0106014-000-10-0 Principles of electronics, SB-system - U6
Order No. 8-0206010-000-10-0
Oscillator circuitry, supplementary outfit - TG 6.5
Order No. 8-0106015-000-10-0 Principles of electronics, SB-system, supplementary outfit - U 6E
Order No. 8-0206015-000-10-0
Power supply circuitry, supplementary outfit - TG 6.6
Order No. 8-0106016-000-10-0 Principles of electronics, SK-system - U 6E
Order No. 8-0206511-000-10-0

Principles of electronics, SK system, supplementary outfit - U 6E

Order No. 8-0206516-000-10-0

Basics of digital technology
TG 7 / U7 (Panel System / Grid Plug-in System)
Experimental / Training Topics

Description of the plug-in components

+ Logical basic functions and circuit symbols
+ Basic logic circuits AND-, OR-, NOT gate
+ Analysis of combinational logic systems; Equivalence-, Antivalence
element, Full adder
+ Analysing a logical circuit with a truth-table
+ Synthesis of combinatorial circuits; half adder
+ Layout of a logic circuit for temperature monitoring
+ Pseudo tetrad monitoring for the BCD-code (8, 4, 2, 1,)
+ Layout of a code converter from BCD to Aiken

Logical universal operations

+ NAND, NOR element
+ AND gating, instantiated with NAND elements
Step Motor Control + Proof of the duality law (De-Morgan-Theorem)
Set up with Experimental Panel System + Disjunction, instantiated with NAND and NOT element
+ NOR function instantiated with NAND and NOR elements
+ Equivalence and anti-equivalence circuit with NAND elements

Trigger element
+ RS trigger element instantiated with NOR element
+ JK trigger element
+ Astable trigger element
+ D trigger -element
+ Monostable trigger element

Counter analysis
+ Dual forward counter
+ Asynchronous BCD forward counter (8,4,2,1,)
+ Synchronous modulo 5 forward counter (4,2,1,)
+ Synchronous modulo 10 forward counter
+ Step motor control

Counter synthesis
Trainee experiment Digital circuit + (*) Layout of a synchronous:
with SB plug-in elements - Modulo 5 backwards counter with RS / JK trigger elements
- Modulo 6 forwards counter with RS / JK trigger elements
- Modulo 6 backwards counter with RS / JK trigger elements
- Modulo 12 forwards counter with JK trigger elements
- Gixon code counter with JK trigger elements
- Aiken forward counter with JK trigger elements
System description + (*) Step motor control: Full and half step operation
clockwise rotation, full and half step operation anti-clockwise
The increasing progress in nearly all areas of electrotechnology and
electronics is mainly due to the expanding applications in digital technology. Register circuits
+ Shift register circuit
Digital technology was originally employed in the development of computer
+ 4-bit latch with D trigger elements
equipment but now the performance characteristics of such a technology
are employed in a wide range of industrial branches such as Semi-conductor memory
communication engineering, automation engineering, system technology + (*) Code conversion using memory IC (RAM)
+ (*) Conversion of the BCD code (1,2,4,8,) to the Gray code
in buildings and automobile technology.
+ (*) Step motor control with RAM
The products from ELWE offer a cost-effective solution to providing a rapid,
practice orientated, systematic and interesting tutorial system for digital Digital/analogue converter
technology. + Applications
+ Impulse serial filter
The Experimental Panel System provides the ideal solution for a
+ Traffic light control
centralised and visually comprehendable teaching system for instructors in + Multiplexer and Demultiplexer (°)
every tutorial sittuation. The clearly structured and comprehensive layout + U/f and f/U converter (#)
of the system display, vividly demonstrates the working of digital + A/D and D/A converter (+)
components and circuits, from their basic logical operations right up to the
Exercises with integrated circuits
specialised functions of integrated circuits such as the multiplexer, A/D + (¤) Equivalence circuitry
converters, U/f converters and more complex digital circuits . + (¤) Temperature monitoring
The ELWE system provides the students and trainees with the possibility to + (¤) Pseudo tetraden monitoring
study autonomously and gain experience through action-oriented + (¤) RS Flipflop with NAND elements
+ (¤) Modulo 5 backwards counter
experiments. + (¤) Modulo 5 forwards counter
+ (¤) Synchronous Modulo 21 forwards counter

(*) Supplementary Outfit U7.2 required

(°) Supplementary Outfit U7.21 required
Ordering information (#) Supplementary Outfit U7.60 required
(+) Supplementary Outfit U7.65 required
Please request an offer from us stating your requirements and (¤) Supplementary Outfit U7.2 and U7.3 required

Basics of analogue technology
TG 8 / U8 (Panel System / Grid Plug-in System
Experimental / Training Topics

Amplifier circuits
+ Inverting amplifiers
+ Non-inverting amplifiers
+ (#) Differential voltage amplifiers
+ Unity gain amplifiers

Calculator circuits
+ Adder
+ Subtractor
+ Differentiator
+ Integrator
+ (#) Logarithmic amplifier
+ Multiplier/Quadrifier
+ (#) Divider
+ (#) Rooter
+ (#) Exponentiator

Active filters and oscillators

+ Active high-pass, low-pass, band-pass (selective filters) 1st. Order.
+ Delta generator
TG 8 - Spannungs-Frequenzumsetzer
+ Sinus oscillator with Wien-Robinson element
Aufgebaut mit Experimentier-Plattensystem

Trigger circuits
+ Comparator, Schmitt-trigger, mono-stable and astable trigger circuit

System description
Applicational circuits
The TG 8 system, " Basics of Analogue Technology", covers all relevant + Constant current source
circuits with operational amplifiers. + Precision voltage source
It begins with amplifier circuits, calculator circuits, active filter and oscillator + Power supply with adjustable output voltage
circuits, trigger circuits, right up to more familiar applied circuits such as + (#) Alternating current amplifier
constant current sources, sample-and-hold circuitry or control circuits. All of + Sample-and-hold circuit
these applications can be simply and comprehendably demonstrated using + Precision half-wave rectifier and full-wave rectifier
the SE-Plug-in System for targeted teaching purposes and lectures. + (#) Gyrator
Trainees and students can autonomously study, learn and practice these + (#) Bridge amplifier
applications in an action-oriented environment by either using the + (#) Window comparator
Experimental Plug-in System incorporating SB and SK plug-in elements or + (#) Voltage to frequency converter
with the Experimental Case. + (#) Electronic power meter
+ (#) Effective value meter

Regulator circuitry
+ P-, PI, PD- and PID -control step response
Ordering information
(#) Supplementary outfit U8.2 required
TG 8.1 Analogue technology
Order No. 8-0108011-000-10-0

TG 8.2 Operational amplifier, supplementary outfit

Order No. 8-0108012-000-10-0

U 8.1 Analogue technology, 19/4 mm. system

Order No. 8-0208521-000-10-0

U 8.2 Analogue technology, 19/4 mm. System, supplementary outfit

Order No. 8-0208531-000-10-0

U 8.1 Analogue technology, SB system

Order No. 8-0208110-000-10-0

U 8.2 Analogue technology, SB system, supplementary outfit

Order No. 8-0208120-000-10-0

Systrain - systematic training
(a new form of training)

Electrotechnology Digital technology

for professions in the Multiplex / Demultiplex
- metal industry AD/DA converter
- automobile industry f/U converter
AC technology ICS / TTL
DC technology

NF technology
Electronics HF technology
Analogue technology Control technology
Power electronics LWL transmitter / receiver

System description Experimental / Training Topics

With the development and introduction of the the new portable case system Thematic Areas
"Systrain", ELWE Technik GmbH has reacted to worldwide requests for a Basic principles of electrotechnology
robust, multi-purpose, flexible, and comprehensive system covering the Basic principles of electrotechnology - AC technology
various thematic areas of electrotechnology at a reasonable price. Basic principles of electrotechnology - DC technology
Basic principles of electrotechnology - Automobiles
The basis of the portable system is a sturdily built, double-walled plastic Basic principles of electrotechnology - Meta
case the interior of which provides areas for both storage and the exercises
(plug-in grid panel). Basic principles of electronics
Basic principles of electronics - supplement
You, as customer , simply choose the desired thematic area.
Digital technology
ELWE will deliver a case with the entire contents required for this thematic Digital technology - supplement
area. The price includes the necessary components for the chosen Digital technology - Multiplex / Demultiplex
thematic area, the required power supply (a re-chargeable battery version Digital technology - ICS/TTL
is available as an option), the relevant measuring equipment for the Digital technology - AD/DA converters
exercises (multimeter, 1 & 2 channel oscilloscope) together with Digital technology - f/U converters
comprehensive exercise instructions. Digital technology - LWL transmitter/receiver

On the following sides you will find a compilation of the essential contents Analogue technology
covering each individual area. Analogue technology - supplement

Control technology
Control technology - Generator Control

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requirements and specifications. Basic principles of HF technology
Basic principles of NF technology

Electronic three-phase generators
System description

Electronic three-phase generators EDG / SDGELWE developed the

electronic three-phase generators to allow the operator to safely conduct all
the necessary experiments on the subject "three-phase systems" by using
low voltage.

Electronic three-phase generators EDG for demonstration purposes

Due to the high output current of up to 2 A r.m.s. per phase, the EDG is
mainly used for demonstrating experiments. It also enables experiments
with the ELWE electrical combination machines.
In addition to the three-phase function (three sine-wave voltages each with
a phase angle of 120°), the generator offers seven other modes with
voltages of different waveforms. The frequency is variable from 50 mHz to
500 Hz. The instantaneous values can be "frozen" at any point. As a result,
the unit can also be used as a power function generator offering an
extremely wide range of functions.

Power supply: 230 V AC; 50(60) Hz
Output voltages:
Electronic three-phase generators EDG - peak value 3 x 0 ... 14.1 V, independent from the waveform
- effective value 3 x 0 ... 10/17 V, for sine-wave form
- peak value / effective value, continuously adjustable
- scale intervals calibrated, for sine-wave voltages
Distortion factor: < 0.7 % for sine-wave voltages
Frequency ranges: 0.05 ... 500 Hz, continiously adjustable
50(60) Hz, synchronous to the network
Output current:
- effective value 3 x 2 A max.
- peak value 3 x 2.8 A max.(current limit)
Output protection: always resistant to short circuits
Stop function to "freeze" the instantaneous values

Electronic three-phase generators SDG

Electronic three-phase generator
(for student exercises)
When we developed this electronic three-phase generator, our aim was
focused on creating a cost-effective unit that allows students and trainees
to easily study the mainly abstract basics of three-phase systems
Experimental / Training Topics Therefore, we cut out special functions and a high output voltage for the
three-phase power generator.
+ voltages and currents in a three-phase system
+ sum of the instantaneous voltage and current values Specifications:
+ linking factor for star and delta connections Power supply: 230 V AC; 50(60) Hz
+ voltages and currents in a star connection without connected neutral Output voltages:
conductor and balanced or unbalanced load - peak value 3 x 1.4 ... 14.1 V
+ voltages and currents in a star connection with connected neutral - effective value 3 x 1 ... 10/17 V
conductor and balanced or unbalanced load - peak value / effective value, continiously adjustable
+ generation of a rotating field Distortion factor: 2%
+ rectifier circuits supplied with three-phase current Output frequency: 10 ... 100 Hz, continiously adjustable
Output current:
- effective value 3 x 0.4 A max.
Ordering information - peak value 3 x 0.56 A max.
electronically protected against overload
Electronic three-phase generators EDG Stop function to "freeze" the instantaneous values
Order No. 8-6715580-000-10-0 Temperature-controlled fan

EElectronic three-phase generators SDG

(for student exercises)
Order No. 8-2100220-000-10-0

Energy Experience System
Electricity production and applicational experience
System description

The demand for a conscious handling of electricity generally proves to be

unavailing because most users only have a vague or abstract concept of
what is energy? Who has an idea of how much energy is necessary for
operating a bulb, a television set and a heating pad or for cooking?
The energy experience system of ELWE is used for generating electricity by
means of human physical strength to operate distinctive consumers. It will
animate the users to handle energy in a responsible way.

Experimental / Training Topics

+ Subjective assessment of energy consumption

+ Energy consumption of different consumers
+ Heating up water in a kettle
+ Comparison of halogen filament lamps and energy-saving lamps
+ Radio/cassette recorder operated with 12 V and 230 V

Ordering information

Energy Experience System

Order No. 8-0401500-000-10-0

Mobile Solar Power System

System description

The "Mobile solar power system" can be used as a tutorial system by the
teacher and as a practice system by the student. During the practice-
orientated project lessons, it helps the student to comprehend the relation
between the sun as source of energy and the energy conversion and
utilization on the basis of the photovoltaic effect. The system shall also
make clear that alternative sources of energy are available.

Windmill with In contrast to stationary solar systems on school and college camps and
alternator due to its compact design, the turorial and practice system is mobile,
(Supplementary equipment) independent of weather and can always be applied during the lessons.

Experimental / Training Topics

+ Circuit with solar module and consumer

+ Current-voltage-characteristic and capability curve at different
+ No-load voltage, short-circuit current and internal resistance at
different illuminances
+ Direct supply of several consumers with solar power
+ Solar power system with accumulator
+ Exhaustive discharge diode in a solar power system
+ Charge unit controller for solar power systems
+ Energy saving by using energy-saving lamps and PIR movement
Ordering information

Experimental Case - Mobile Solar Power System

Order No. 8-2204561-000-10-0

Engineering and Stand-by Supply
System description

In order to be able to install and maintain photovoltaic systems competently,

certain technical skills are required.
ELWE have developed the experimental module system "Photovoltaic
Engineering, Stand-by Supply" to help obtain these skills in a very plain and
almost autonomous way.
The experimental module system has essential advantages compared with
steady-state systems with external solar modules:

+ The whole concept of a photovoltaic system including its structure and

influences of action can be learnt entirely.
+ The experiments can be carried out at any time and independently of the
position of the sun which means that the sessions can be planned
+ The intensity and the angle of incidence of the sunlight can be
reproduced within a short space of time at any time.
+ The system can be set up step by step which means that the functions of
individual components can also be examined.
+ Several working stations can be set up at much lower costs guaranteeing
Photovoltaic Engineering
action-oriented learning.
+ The basic equipment allows you to set up a complete photovoltaic
system in isolated operation with low voltage. A spotlight with a 500-W
halogen dimmer lamp is used instead of the sunlight.
+ The power inverter is an essential part of the supplementary equipment
because it allows you to operate 230-V equipment by means of the
photovoltaic system, too. It is possible to examine the structure and
circuit engineering of a stand-by supply system for a photovoltaic system
simply by extending the set-up with emergency lighting.

Experimental set-up on the subject "Solar stand-by supply”

Ordering information

Basic "Photovoltaic Engineering"

Order No. 8-0204500-000-10-0

Supplementary Equipment "Inverter, Stand-by Supply”

Order No. 8-0204510-000-10-0

Experimental / Training Topics

Determining the Electrical Characteristics of a Solar Moduledule Electrical Safety of a Photovoltaic System
+ Measurement of the open-circuit voltageUL and the short-circuit + Short-circuit protection for solar modules
current IK of the cold solarmodule at full illumination + Short-circuit protection for accumulator batteries
+ Measurement of the open-circuit voltage and the short-circuit current + Studies on the selectivity of the applied overcurrent protective devices
at different values of illuminance
+ Measurement of the open-circuit voltage and the short-circuit current Inverters
at different angles of incidence + Areas of application and methods of operation of inverters
+ Open-circuit voltage and short-circuit current as a function of + Measuring the input current and the output voltage of an inverter
temperature + Oscillograms of output voltage and input current
+ Measurement of voltage and current at constant illuminance and
variable load Solar Stand-by Supply Systems
+ Influence of partial shading on the power output of the module + Stand-by supply and emergency lighting
+ Working point when a consumer is directly connected to the solar + Technical supply conditions of a stand-by supply system
module + Current flowchart of the stand-by supply system for the emergency
Components of a Separate Photovoltaic System + Set-up and testing of the solar stand-by supply system
+ Connection of the solar module to a solar 12-V accumulator battery
+ Overvoltage protection
+ Charge controller
+ Exhaustive discharge protection
+ Reverse voltage protection
General Information to
Fundamentals of electrical engineering
Due to the increasing demands on economic efficiency, environmental
protection, flexibility, convenience and safety in the fields of housing,
functional and industrial building, the field of electrical installation and
building system engineering has continuously advanced worldwide.
Furthermore, there is an increase in the integration and networking of
various works in buildings, such as electrical installations,
telecommunications, radio and TV receivers as well as heating and air
conditioning. Vocational training and further education must also cope with
this development.
To simplify the increasingly difficult task for teachers and trainers to teach a
growing curriculum with more complex facts periodically in their entirety
with a long lasting effect, ELWE has completely revised the training system
for electrical installations, which had proved successful for decades, to
meet the latest state of the art. New components and equipment sets have
been added to include further works, i.e. ELWE supplies complete systems
and is therefore a guarantor for an innovative leadership in the field of
training systems on housing and building system engineering.

A safe control over all the basic circuits used in conventional electrical
installations still is the basis for a skilled workmanship of pioneer electrical
installations. ELWE offers components with a modern design and partially
extended functions to teach these skills. The components also allow you to
practically study the properties of modern lamps and daylight-dependent
lighting control systems, which enable a rational use of electric energy,
possible new installations and arrangements as well as a higher degree of

Bus systems play a major role in modern electrical installations. They

enable an easier installation with a reduced number of cables, a growing
convenience and more flexibility in the case of a changing or extended use.

Programmable components also enable an analysis of status signals, a

remote control and a remote diagnosis. ELWE has designed didactically
and methodically ideal training systems which support an almost
independent study of new technologies, e.g. KNX BUS / European
Installation Bus EIB, the international standard LON and
telecommunications systems (audio and video). For a detailed description,
please see the individual catalogues. ELWE also offers comprehensive
equipment sets for all the
works on ISDN systems, radio and television receivers, fire alarm and
alarm signalling systems. Training systems for the field of protective
Staircase lighting timer with three lamps and pushbuttons
measures for safety against electric shock complement our wide product
Set-up with Experimental Panel Systems

Experimental / Training Topics

+ Installation circuits with switches, with pushbuttons

+ Bell system and door opener
+ Switching and dimming filament and halogen lamps
+ Installation circuits with fluorescent lamps
+ Lighting
Fluorescent lamp circuit with electronic ballast and constant + Lightning protection
light controller with brightness sensor + Home telephone system and door station with 2 line BUS technology
Set-up with Experimental Modular Systems + Aerial receiver systems
+ Alarm signalling systems
+ Telecommunications systems
+ Photovoltaic and emergency illumination

Installation Engineering
TG4 Installation Circuits With Switches And Pushbuttons
System description

Having a sound command of all fundamental circuits in conventional

electrical installations is a prerequisite in professional practice for future
oriented electrical installations. For the mediation of such skills, ELWE is
offering a wide series of modern designed components with extended
functional properties.
All circuits with switch, push-button, plug socket, electronic swith or door-
bell and door-opener components can be clearly demonstrated with either
our Experimental Panel System or Experimental Module System. All
components are available for both systems. Further installation possibilities
can be found on the following pages.

Experimental / Training Topics

Installation circuits with switches

Cross connection with a lamp and a socket outlet with + Switching from one control point
earthing contact, practically wired via branching boxes (switching off, series connections and group circuits)
Set-up with Experimental Panel Systems + Switching from two control points (two-way circuits)
+ Switching from more than two control points (cross connection)

Installation circuits with pushbuttons

+ Staircase lighting circuits
+ Remote-control circuits
+ Relay and contactor circuits

Socket outlets in installations

+ Socket outlet with earthing contact
+ Socket outlet with earthing contact and residual current device (RCD)
+ Use of different types of socket outlets

Installation circuits with electronic switches

+ Automatic switch (movement detector)
+ Timers
+ Dimmer circuits
+ Small digital control systems (control relays)
Staircase lighting timer with 3 lamps 3 and pushbuttons
Set-up with Experimental Panel Systems Installation circuits with bell and door opener
+ Acoustic bell system without door opener
+ Acoustic bell system with door opener

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Basic circuit for a bell system with door opener

Set-up with Experimental Modular Systems

Installation Engineering
Tg4 Installation Circuits with Lamps
System description

Parallel to the experimental assemblies incorporating switches, push-

buttons and the like, ELWE also offers lighting components of a highly
functional modern design. The characteristics of the different lighting
components i.e. household bulbs, high-voltage halogen lamps, low-voltage
halogen lamps, discharge lamps and fluorescent lamps are investigated in
a comprehendably transparent manner. Included in this investigative range
are day-light dependent lighting control units for dedicated to the
rationalisation of electrical power consumption. These offer new creative
lighting installation possibilties as well as providing a sense of cosiness in
our domestic and working interiors. These components are also available
in either a panel or modular system.

Experimental / Training Topics

Installation circuits with filament and high-volt halogen lamps

+ Series and parallel connections
Fluorescent lamp circuit with electronic ballast and + Dimming
constant light controller with brightness sensor
Set-up with Experimental Panel Systems Installation circuits with low-volt halogen lamps
+ Conventional transformer
+ Electrical transformer
+ Dimming of LV halogen lamps

Circuits for high-intensity discharge lamps Equipment for

+ High-pressure mercury-vapour lamp
+ High-pressure metal-vapour lamp
+ High-pressure sodium-vapour lamp
+ Low-pressure sodium-vapour lamp

Installation circuits with fluorescent lamps

+ Circuits with inductive ballast and starter
Fluorescent lamp circuit with electronic ballast and
a) Single circuit with glow starter
constant light controller with brightness sensor
b) Single circuit with fused instant starter
Set-up with Experimental Modular Systems
c) Single circuit with electronic starter
+ Two-phase circuit
+ Two-lamp circuit
+ Tandem circuit
+ Dimming

Circuits with electronic ballast

a) Single electronic ballast
b) Double electronic ballast
c) Dynamic electronic ballast
d) Dimming with 1 ... 10-V interface

Circuits for energy optimisation

+ by selecting the ballast (conventional, low-loss, electronic ballast)
Fluorescent lamp circuit with conventional ballast and + by compensation
measurement of electric variables + by time-dependent control
Set-up with Experimental Modular Systems + by presence-dependent control
+ by daylight-dependent control

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Installation Engineering
Tg4 Lighting
System description

Light, either natural or artificial, plays an active part in our living

environment. Electric lamps occupy the most important place amongst the
artificial or electrotechnical lighting sources. Lighting sources - either
natural or electrotechnical - are based upon the same physical effects:
thermal radiation, gas discharge and luminescence.

Electrotechnical lighting - lighting technology - is the basic prerequisite of

lighting technology. This is based on technical regulations,
recommendations and commodity criterion together with economic and
energy-efficiency aspects which must also be considered. This means that
electrotechnical lighting sources with their lighting technologies are
introduced according to the practice of developing innovative and
economic lighting solutions with a reduced demand on energy resources.

The outfit "Lighting Technology" offers the possibility to investigate and

evaluate the presently relevant electrotechnical lighting sources according
High-pressure lamp with light and temperature to their classification for the type of light generation. When developing and
measurement as well as a test panel to determine the choosing a lighting source, it is of critical importance to consider not only the
colour display Set-up with Experimental Panel Systems power in watts but even more so in maintaining a thorugh knowledge of
colour temperature and spectrum, colour reproduction characteristics,
energy balance (light emitting efficiency) and economic life-time.

The main points to be looked at when considering the different lighting

sources are i.e.: the investigation of operational behaviour during start-up,
restarting, continuous lighting mode, the effect of mains voltage fluctuation,
the power rating and the evaluation of the measurement results.

Experimental / Training Topics

High-pressure lamp with light and temperature Contents of Experimental Manual

measurement as well as a test panel to determine the + Examine the starting (warm-up) performance
colour display Set-up with Experimental Modular Systems + Examine the restarting performance
+ Examine the lighting (operating) performance
+ Examine the influence of voltage supply deviations
+ Reactive-power compensation
+ Evaluation of the test results

Thermal radiator
+ Filament lamp (general-lighting-service (GLS) lamp)
+ High-volt halogen lamp
+ Low-volt halogen lamp

Low-intensity gas-discharge reflector

+ Linear fluorescent lamps
+ Compact fluorescent lamp

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2 Line BUS Home Telephone Systems
and Door Stations
System description

House interphone system and door-station are today a necessary element

in the field of electrical installations within buildings. The conventional 1+n
technology is replaced by micro-processor controlled BUS systems.
Electricians must maintain old home telephone systems, modernise them
with a new intelligent system or project new concepts with 2 x 2 line BUS
This modern technology offers the possibility of transmitting language with
2 lines and images with 2 other lines, without requiring additional coaxial
cables. The bells, the door opener and the staircase lighting can also be
controlled via the same lines.
The extendable system is equipped with a listening and visual block and a
call tone distinction. ELWE has prepared this system methodically and
didactically for instruction purposes to practically teach the student the
function of this technology and how to use the components. This training
system helps to extend in depth the practically and systematically learned
skills and to ensure lasting knowledge. Easy handling, high operating
safety and didactical aspects were the main factors when this training
system was developed.
House interphone system and door-station with 2-wire-bus
technology, set-up with the Experimental Panel System

Experimental / Training Topics

The handling of the components and the technical mode of operation, from
the elementary door-bell unit with remote door-opener to a modern
microprocessor controlled 2-wire-bus house interphone system with a
door-station, can be methodically and didactically set up with the tutorial
equipment in a systematic and practical manner. The following systems
can be assembled.

Home telephone system with door station

+ and one home telephone
+ and two home telephones
+ two home telephones and an additional apartment doorbell button
+ our home telephones, an additional apartment doorbell button and a
pushbutton door release
+ two home telephones, pushbutton door release and a switch control
+ two home telephones, pushbutton door release, switch control and an
external pushbutton light switch

Home telephone system with

+ video door station, pushbutton door release and one home telephone
with a home video station
+ video door station, pushbutton door release and two home telephones
with a home video station
+ video door station, pushbutton door release, a home telephone with a
home video station and an external video camera

Ordering information

House interphone system and door-station - U 4.240

Order No. 8-0204240-000-10-0

Alarm systems
Intruder alarm system and Fire Alarm Systems
System description

The modern alarm station is equipped for the conventional connection of

sensors and peripheral devices via closed-circuit lines as well as via
modern bus technology. It is therefore also suited for installation of fire
detection lines.

Two didactic and methodological model training systems are available to

choose from for teaching basic installation of a burglar alarm and fire
detection system and the functional principles and applications of different

The experimental panel system for use in teacher-centred lessons and

lectures. The experimental module system for independent experimenting
and training. Only original components of well-known manufacturers are
used in both systems.

Experimental / Training Topics

Intruder alarm system:

+ Reecommendations for Class A intruder alarm systems
Experimental set-up for the field of installations with the + Control equipment, blocking lock, shunt lock
ISDN trainer / fault simulator, the ISDN telecommunications + Bandit alarm detector
system Commander Guard as well as sensors and + Structual vibration detector
actuators for burglar alarm systems + Infra-red movement detector
+ Ultrasonic movement detector
+ Detection deviceses for securing the structure of building
- Magnetic reed contact
- Break-glass detector
- transverse wiring
+ Example:
- Intruder and bandit alarm system in a weekend house
- Intruder alarm system in an area containing saves

Recommendations for Automatic Fire Alarm Systems

+ Structure of a Fire Alarm System
+ Fire Alarm Control Panel
+ Optical Smoke Detector
+ Rate-of-rise Detector, Static Heat Detector
+ Two-group interdependence
+ Parallel Detector Indicator
+ Parallel display Panel
+ Example: Fire Alarm System for an Office Building

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(Europäischer Installationsbus)
System description

The KNX BUS contains a double-wire bus line and the connectable bus
devices, such as sensors, actors and system components. Sensors
receive information and transmit them as a message to the bus. Sensors
are for example push buttons or binary entries with 230 V-interfaces. Actors
receive messages and process them into e.g. connection or dim signals.
System components are necessary for the basic function of the system.
They are mainly power supplies for the bus, couplers for the connection of
bus intersections and interfaces for the connection of programmers. The
double-wire bus line transmits the energy required by the electronic
components of the bus devices as well as information and is connected to
each bus device. Usually, sensors are only connected to the bus line,
whereas actors are often connected additionally to the 230/400 V-network
in order to supply the connected devices with power. The bus line and the
power supply have to be strictly separated.
A KNX bus device consists of a bus interface (BI) and the application
module (AM). The bus interface (BI) transmits or receives data, guarantees
a stable voltage supply for the electronics and stores important data such
as its own address, one or more target addresses as well as operational
parameters of the bus interface itself .The built-in micro-controller
KNX BUS Experimental panel system
undertakes the co-ordination of these functions. The operational function of
the bus device is determined by the applicational module with its application
programme. Depending on the kind of bus device required, the bus
interface and applicational modules are supplied as plug-in or as a
seperate unit integrated in a housing. The operation of this system requires
the software "Engineering Tool Software" (ETS) and the product data bank
from the firm "Merten" who produces the unit.
The experimental panel system has been designed for demonstration
purposes. The modular structure of the experimental panel system
guarantees high security even in the long run. It is continuously updated to
meet the technical requirements of a rapidly improving KNX BUS system so
that existing sets of equipment can be updated at low cost at any time.
The board can either be used as an experimental panel in an experimental
frame, or as a table-top unit with an inclined experimental surface. All the
KNX BUS experimental panels and modules from the wide range of ELWE
KNX BUS Experimantal Board KNX BUS training systems can be combined with the board. Therefore, the
board is equipped with two separate line outputs with Western connectors.

Experimental / Training Topics

+ draw the symbols of the bus devices required

for the respective assignments in the plan
+ complete the block diagram of the circuit diagram and the bus sytem
+ complete the device list and function list
according to the desired loading
+ label the blank tags with the appropriate
physical addresses of the bus devices
+ fill in the data of sensors, actuators and system components
by using technical documents as a source
+ describe the functions and performances of bus devices
+ mark the communication objects required for
the assignment in shown bus device dialogs
+ determine the parameters required for
the assignment in parameter dialogs

KNX BUS Experimental case

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includes possible saving of energy, an increasing convenience specifications.
and flexibility as well as a noticeable reduction of necessary

Work experience
System description

Intensive vocational training must teach a thorough theoretical knowledge

as well as the relevant professional skills. As a supplier of complete turnkey
solutions for vocational training and further education, ELWE also supplies
self-designed and self-manufactured high-quality work benches. The wide
range of accessories and tools provides the optimum equipment for
workbench places taking into consideration all the different areas of
vocational training. Additional equipment sets are available, especially for
the basic skills of metal processing, for electrical installations and the
design of industrial control systems and electronic modules.

The extremely robust workshop workplaces with laminated table tops and
powder-coated steel base cabinets guarantee an unlimited life over many
years even in the case of rough handling. Various workshop equipment and
furniture sets supplied by ELWE have been used all over the world for more
than 15 years. The tools and the electrical installation material can be
directly stored in the steel base cabinet of the workbench, so that it is clearly
set out and can easily be checked.

The removable mounting wall made from high-quality steel enables

practical installation exercises with commercial installation material and
also exercises with the ELWE experimental module and plug-element
system for the fields of electrical engineering/electronics, automation and
vehicle electrics/electronics. The voltage supply units that are necessary to
conduct the exercises can be selected from the wide range of ELWE power
supply systems and be stored in a vertical duct or a horizontal aluminium
duct where it is easily accessible and protected against filings.

The ELWE system promotes an easy and effective learning process of

the professional skills.

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Mobile training station with a rectangular grid
exercise area as multifunctional work place for up to 8 students
System description

With the development of the multifunctional "Mobile training station", ELWE

has successfully created an innovative tutorial unit which can be utillized in
all technological areas where differing teaching methods are required.

The "Mobile training station" requires only 1 sqm. floor space. In the folded-
out condition, there is 5.5 sqm. of available working area.
This provides enough room for up to 2 students to carry out practical

Because the experimental frame is mounted on rollers, it enables the easy

transport from one place to another. This enhances the flexibility of the

User-friendly 3 HE supply ducts can be installed above the main

framework. All slot-in modules available in the ELWE programme for 3 HE
units can be integrated.

A special connector system enables a quick and easy connection of the

"Mobile training station" to the power and emergency cut-out system in the

A large storage cupboard for tools, assembly parts and other exercise
material can be integrated in the framework. Access to the storage
cupboard is through two doors opposite to each other.

Special features
+ Mobile, powder coated supporting frame with 30x30x2 mm steel tubing
+ With 8 lockable 80 mm. Rollers.
+ The 4 doors are mounted on the frame.
+ Exercise areas are from 1.5 mm stainless steel panels in a die-cut
rectangular grid form - rectangular dimensions of 5x10 mm.
+ Four fold-out exercise walls, lockable at angles of 90°, 135° and 180°.
Every exercise wall is equipable from both sides. The doors can be
removed from the frame by pushing in the upper hinge element and
similarly remounted or stored in an optional storage system. The doors
can be locked when closed.
+ Two internally mounted doors with single-sided exercise areas, can also
be folded out and then locked when closed.
+ Internally mounted wooden element with slotted arrangement for max.
46 slide-in modules.
+ As an option, a KSK supply duct can be mounted above the mobile frame

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Experimental Case on Protective Measures
for Safety according to BIBB
System description

It is essential that any person who intends to undertake a qualified

profession in an electrician´s trade, either privately or industrially, must
have a sound comprehensive knowledge of the subject especially in
mastering the skills involved in the prevention of electrical shocks.

In order to provide the basis of a better understanding of the current DIN-

VDE regulation 0100 "Construction of high-tension current installations
with rated voltages up to 1000V", ELWE has developed this didactic and
methodically conclusive teaching unit system which also contributes to the
students ability to maintain his or her gained knowledge.

Special features of the experimental case include:

+ All of the experiments are carried out with extra-low voltage SELV of
23/40 V AC. Thus even students at general colleges and trainees in the
non-electrical trade may safely and autonomously examine the dangers
and the effects of faults in electrotechnical installations and equipment as
well as the use and the test of electrotechnical protection for safety.

+ The system voltage is reduced from 400/230 V AC to 40/23 V AC so that

Experimental / Training Topics the measured values can easily be converted to actual system voltage
values by using the factor 10.
+ Hazards through direct contact with live parts
+ Hazards through indirect contact with live parts + Masks with clear prints of circuits and designations vividly show the
+ Protection by using Class II equipment or by equivalent insulation
actual power system with the corresponding protective measures for
+ Electrical separation
safety. The sockets that are not required for the actual experiment are
+ Protection for safety in a TT system: Protection by disconnection of
supply by means of an overcurrent protective device + Since all of the modules, masks and equipment parts (apart from one
+ Protection for safety in a TT system: Example - Earth rod
multimeter) are stored in the case so that only one 230 V power point is
+ Protection for safety in a TT system: Earth-electrode resistance
required, the setting-up times are fairly short and special furnishings are
+ Protection for safety in a TN system: Protection by disconnection of
not required.
supply by means of an overcurrent protective device
+ Checking the protection for safety in a TN system: Earth-loop
The experimental manual Electrical protection for safety contains the
impedance (earth-loop resistance)
following information for every experiment:
+ Checking the protection for safety in a TN system: Earth-electrode
resistance + Information on the subject
+ Disconnection of supply by means of an RCD
Electrical protection for safety
(residual current device) + Information on specifications
+ Disconnection of supply by means of an RCD + Current flowcharts for the experimental set-up
(residual current device) in a TT system + Information on how to carry out the experiments
+ Checking the RCD (residual current device) in a TT system + Problem and work sheets
+ Protection for safety in an IT system: Signalling with insulation + Solution sheets
monitoring device

The experimental manual also contains an attachment including

overviews, tables and diagrams.

The students write the solutions of the assignments directly into the practice
book which is also used as a work-book.

Ordering information

Experimental Case on Electrical Protective Measures

Order No. 8-2414200-000-10-0

Protection and safety accordance to VDE0100
(Fault simulator)
System description

The fault simulator is used for practical, systematic and self acting training
of how to analyse functions and how to detect, locate and eliminate faults or
failures in installations at different power systems.
The compact design, the large number of concealed programmable faults
or failures and the use of test equipment that is usually used in practical
operations, are advantages that offer an ideal basis for the use of fault
simulators in efficiency tests and examinations.

Characteristics of a fault simulator:

+ Typical faults and failures occurring in practical operation and their
effects can be vividly demonstrated and measured.
+ All of the power systems are supplied with voltage by a 230/400 V AC
three-phase system. As a consequence, all of the measurements and
examinations can be carried out with commercial meters according to
DIN VDE 0413.
+ The safety isolating transformer and 4 mm safety sockets guarantee
high safety standards for the experimenting persons.
+ Masks with clear prints of circuits and designations vividly show the
actual power system with the corresponding protective measures for
safety. The sockets that are not required for the actual experiment are
+ All of the graphic symbols and figures correspond to the up-to-date
DIN standards.
+ The compact design allows the use of the equipment at different
training locations and its transport without the necessity of additional
devices or extended set-up times.

A comprehensive experimental manual with introduction, preliminary

Experimental / Training Topics
notes, didactic aims, problem and work sheets as well as solution sheets
+ Erection of power installations with nominal voltages up to 1000 V. reduces the extend of time required for preparation and guarantees results
Initial verification in a TN system with overcurrent protective device to be checked within a short time. The autonomous planning, realisation
+ Erection of power installations with nominal voltages up to 1000 V. and verification of the systematic analysis and the elimination of faults or
Initial verification in a TN system with RCD (residual current device) failures within the frame of an integrated approach are supported
+ Erection of power installations with nominal voltages up to 1000 V. effectively. As a consequence, the fault simulator is also very suitable for a
Initial verification in a TT system with RCD (residual current device) use in skilled-worker examinations.
+ Erection of power installations with nominal voltages up to 1000 V.
Initial verification in a TT system with overcurrent protective device
+ IT system with insulation monitoring device and supplementary
equipotential bonding
+ Touch voltage limitation in case of a fault to earth of a phase conductor
+ Residual current compensation
+ Hazardous touch voltage due to a non-permissible earthing
arrangement with 2 earth electrodes in a TT system
+ Earth fault of a phase conductor in a TT system
+ Touch voltage in case of a defect RCD (residual current device) and a
fault to an exposed-conductive-part of the current-consuming
equipment in a TT system
+ Effect of a dead fault to an exposed-conductive-part of the neutral
conductor in a faulty TT system with and without overcurrent protective
device in the neutral conductor
+ Interaction of different protective measures

Ordering information

Protection and safety accordance to VDE0100 (Fault simulator)

Order No. 8-2414100-007-10-0

Wall for concealed installation
with accessories
Experimental / Training Topics

+ Intoduction to wiring installtion technique

+ Wiring designation based on standard VDE 0250/3.69
+ Key to internationa wiring designation (VDE 0292)
+ Colour coding of insulated conductors, DIN 40705
+ Wiring symbols, per stdandard DIN 40711
+ Definition of electrical parts, DIN 40719
+ Overview plan
+ Installation plan
+ Detailed schematics for electrical wiring

Basic wiring
+ Electrical switch and outlet
+ Double lamp circuit with 2 outlets
+ AC circuit with outlets
+ Economic lamp wiring with outlets
+ Crossover switching
+ Staircase lighting
+ Time-delayed, staircase: 4-conductor wiring
In-wall installation board + Time-delayed, staircase: 3-conductor wiring
+ Relay lighting
+ Low voltage relay wiring

Doorbell installation
+ Alarmsignal circuit with two push-buttons
+ Alarmsignal circuit for two alarm signals
+ Alarmsignal circuit with change-over switch for door contact
+ Doorbell circuit with two push-buttons and two signal-bells for two-way
+ Doorbell installation with three signal-bells, each one has two push-
+ Door-bell and door-opening equipment

+ Introduction to fault-finding technology
+ Fault-finding in a on- off switching with plug-socket
In-wall installation material + Fault-finding in a series circuit with two plug-sockets
+ Fault-finding in a 3-way alternating circuit with plug-sockets
+ Fault-finding in a economy two-way switching with plug-sockets

System description

Within the area of practical training in schools and further education

workshops, the educational content of such courses must provide for the Ordering information
practical applications in installation technology. The ELWE Wall for
concealed installation caters ideally for this application. It provides the In-wall installation board
student with the possibility to exercise all the necessary "hands-on" tasks Order No. 8-0418044-000-00-0
demanded in his trade.
The electrical panel for the practical training permits a broad range of work Concealed installation material UP
exercises. These cover simple, basic experiments and progress to Order No. 8-0418046-000-10-0
advanced electrical wiring installations.
The ability to install a wide variety of circuits with a combination of power
sources is of significant value. The electrical insulation of the practice panel
provides a safe method of canying out these wiring exercises.
The use of inexpensive wiring provides a cost-effective teaching method.
The practice panel requires less labour-intensive assembly time and
permits efficient use of the learning period. The practice panel can be
suspended on a wall or used horizontally on a work bench. The format
provides a simple storage method for the experiments. Finally, the training
equipment is very reasonably priced.

General Information
Control Technology
From the fundamentals of regulation technology, through analogue
regulators right up to digital regulators and regulations, the application of a
PC allows a comfortable presentation of didactic and methodically
prepared teaching and learning systems for regulation technology. Clearly
represented regulator section models i.e. a liquid level regulator section, a
temperature regulator section or a motor generator rotary frequency
regulator section are all available and are completely up to date with normal
practice in regulation applications. The Experimental Panel System is
ideally suited for demonstration purposes in front of large groups of
students. The Experimental Module System, the Experimental Module
System or the Experimental Case System is recommended for
autonomous experimenting.

Parallel to the equipment and experiments in regulation technology offered

by ELWE, there is a further area of control and regulation technology which
we would like to draw your attention to at this point. You can purchase
Three-Tank-System superior products for this subject area under the product name "Amira".
Further information on the modells: three-tank-system, magnetic
suspension, ball and rocker as well as other laboratory experiments for
research and technological regulation methods can be found on the
website www.amira.de

What is WinFACT?
WinFACT represents a new modular constructed programme system
which on the one hand provides tools for analysis, synthesis and simulation
for regulation systems, on the other and most especially, it contains
components for the treatment of Fuzzy systems. Because of the graphic
user surface, WINDOWS allows for an extremely low effort in becoming
acquainted with the system and at the same time offering a high level of
user comfort. The large number of programme interfaces and data formats
allow communication with the most diverse peripheral devices, external
processors and personal software products ias well as foreign software.
Especially on these grounds alone, WinFACT is of special interest for the
areas of training, teaching, research and development.

Magnetic Suspension

Ball and Beam

Control technologyTG 9 / U 9
(TG = Experimental Panel System, U = Student exercises
System description

Control technology covers an area of engineering science and a branch of

the automation technology. It concerns itself with the selective iinfluence of
physical, chemical, biological or other dimensions in appliances,
equipment, vehicles or i.e. also in the human body employing the principle
of feed-back so that the behaviour of these dimensions approach the
desired behaviour as closely as possible .
It employs a systematic, mathematical model whereby the complete
automation of the procedure is quite common, occasionally however, the
process requires human involvement on the grounds of either technical
and/or economic conditions.
i.e. Adjusting either a comfortable temperature for shower water, or the
steerage control of a passenger aircraft.
Depending on the requirement, a specific procedure is necessary when
determining which regulation method should be applied.
Motor generator section
Asembled with SMB components
Themes of the ELWE control technology
+ Basic principles of control and regulating technology
+ Regulation with 2-point regulator
+ Regulation with 2-point regulator and delayed feed-back
+ Regulation with P-regulator
+ Regulation with PI- PID regulator
+ Regulation with parallel and chain structure
+ Regulation with dead time
+ Temperature regulation with 2-point regulator
+ Temperature regulation with PID regulator
+ Rotary frequency regulation with PID regulator
+ Voltage regulation through generator rotary frequency control
+ Voltage regulation with excitation current control
+ Bearing regulation through servo-motor control

Motor generator section

Experimental / Training Topics
Assembled with experimental-module system
+ TG 9.10 Compact regulator, analogue
+ TG 9.11 Equipment "Setpoint adjuster”
+ TG 9.20 Regulator, discrete, analogue
+ TG 9.21 Compact PID-controller
+ TG 9.23 Equipment "Modular PID-controller”
+ TG 9.40 Equipment "Rotational-frequency controller for 15 W
+ TG 9.50 Equipment "Controlled system simulation”
+ TG 9.60 Equipment "Set point adjuster/servo drive”
+ TG 9.71 Digital regulator, type: Jumo Dicon
+ G 9.73 Digital regulator, type: Siemens Sipart

+ U 9.1 Equipment "Basic elements of control technology”

+ U 9.2 Fundamental terms of control technology
+ U 9.3 Equipment "Generator control I - extra-low-voltage machines”
Motor generator section + U 9.4 Equipment "Generator control II, 100 / 300 W machines"
Assembled with experimental panel system + 9.5 Regulation with 2-point regulator and delayed feed-back
+ U 9.6 Regulation with 2-point regulator and delayed, sagging feed-
+ U 9.7 Regulation with P-regulator
+ U 9.8 Regulation with PI-/PID- regulator
+ U 9.9 Optimising temperature regulation with 2-point regulator
+ U 9.10 Optimising temperature regulation with PID-regulator
+ U 9.11 Rotary frequency regulation with PID-regulator
Ordering information + U 9.12 Controlling generator voltage
Please request an offer from us stating your requirements and + U 9.13 Non-independent voltage regulation
specifications. + U 9.14 Luminosity regulation with PID-regulator

Laboratory Furnishings
System description

In addition to around 5,000 different products for training systems and
appliances, ELWE Technik GmbH offers a multitude of standardised
possibilities for laboratory furnishings to satisfy all customer demands.
Parallel to the standardised items we are also capable of producing
customised products in our own furniture workshops where individual
requirements can be manufactured in a variety of materials such as
aluminium, steel pipe, wood and plastics. You can choose within a wide
range of possibilities where, but quite naturally, you can submit plans for
your own special environment e.g.front panels on which all necessary
connections for mains, PC networks and compressed air can be
installed together with the possibility of integrating metering units and
power supplies into the assemblies themselves. One of our most
innovative systems is a multifunctional, mobile "Training Station" which
presents virtually unlimited applicational possibilties in all areas of
training and advanced education. In practical term

The mobile training station offers huge economical advantages

over classical tutorial environments in laboratories and training
workshops including the possibility to apply various and flexible
training methods.

Ordering information

Please contact our sales staff who will be only too pleased to assist you
in the conception and planning of your class-rooms. Classroom
furnishings from ELWE, the elegant, efficient and practical solution for
your training environment.

- - High quality - - Ergonomic - - Practical - -

- - Robust - - Low cost - -

General Terms of Business As of 01 November 2005

1 Validity 7 Delivery, assembly and inspection

We supply our products exclusively according to the General 7.1 The buyer must supply temporary staff for unloading the lorry
Terms of Business stated below. These will be valid for all of our and for the transport to the place of use at the buyer’s expense
services unless expressly stated otherwise in writing. and in co-operation with us.
7.2 The assembly provided in the agreement will only begin when
2 Conclusion of agreement the interior of the place of use has been completed. In particular
2.1 Our offers are subject to change without notice. Orders will only the floor must be laid and the walls and the ceiling must be
be accepted if they have been acknowledged by us in writing or painted. The fulfilment of safety requirements by the customer
by fax. The same will apply for additional agreements and regarding access to the place is mandatory.
changes of agreement. 7.3 If we undertake the erection, we will only undertake the assem-
2.2 Figures, drawings, weights and measurements are only be ap- bly and the erection of the furnishings. The furnishings and
proximate values. equipment assembled by us must always be connected to the
domestic electrical installation at the place of use, i.e. from our
3 Prices supply terminal to the respective piece of furnishing. The exact
3.1 The prices are net amounts plus VAT. They include delivery position and dimensioning of the points for the connection of the
without erection or assembly, ex works, without packaging. furnishings to the domestic electrical installation must be co-or-
3.2 We will charge the following prices for packing and transport to dinated with us.
subsequent domestic buyers: 7.4 Locations, in which delivered equipment is stored, must be
50% of the purchase order value for orders with a purchase lockable.
value less than 20.- Euro. 7.5 Special features of the floor and the walls, such as installed
25 % for a purchase order of 20,- to 100,- EUR, cables, underfloor heating and others, must be declared by the
15 % for a purchase order of 100,- to 200,- EUR, buyer before the beginning of the assembly, otherwise we will
8 % for a purchase order of 200,- to 350,- EUR, not be liable for any possible damage and consequences result-
1,5 % for a purchase order of more than 350,- EUR. ing hereby.
The electricity required for assembling will be supplied free of
4 Terms of payment charge at the location of assembly.
4.1 Our invoices are to be paid in Euro within 30 days from the date 7.6 If the date of assembly is not kept for reasons that lie within the
of invoice without deduction for discounts. responsibility of the buyer, the fitters e.g. could not assemble the
4.2 If the buyer is in arrears, we are entitled to claim interest on equipment due to poor building progress or a lack of electrical
these arrears at a rate applied by the Federal German Bank to energy, our resulting costs and the costs for a delay of assembly
its main refinancing operations, plus one percentage point (1%). that has not been agreed upon or a delay of the assembly date
We reserve the right to a higher rate if necessary. will be covered by the buyer.
4.3 In the case of justified complaints regarding our services, a 7.7 After finishing the assembly, the final acceptance of the assem-
possible right by the buyer to withhold payment will be restricted bled furnishings must be carried out immediately in the presence
to the amount of payment required to cover the fault. If we have of our fitter responsible for the assembly. The buyer must be
given security, the right of withholding payments will be ex- informed in good time about the finished assembly.
cluded. The withheld security may be paid off with a bank surety. 7.8 If the transport is provided by one of our company-owned lorries,
4.4 The buyer may only deduct an amount from our charges, if these the beneficiary must check the individual positions on the deliv-
are indisputable or have been firmly established. ery note in the presence of our agent or the person delivering
4.5 Only our main accounting department in Cremlingen will be and acknowledge receipt. Later complaints about missing items
entitled to collect these charges. will not be accepted.

5 Dates of delivery 8 Reservation of ownership

5.1 The date of delivery quoted on our acknowledgement of order The ownership of the goods supplied and/or assembled by us
will, at the time of taking the order, be a non-binding first possible will remain with us until all the costs arising from our business
date. We reserve the right to change the date of delivery due to transaction have been fully paid.
manufacturing or transport reasons.
5.2 Delivery on schedule assumes that the buyer does not wish to 9 Warranty
change our services after receiving the specific acknowledge- 9.1 Immediately upon delivery, the buyer must thoroughly check the
ment of order. Agreed changes may reasonably extend the supplied goods. Identified defects must be submitted in writing
delivery deadline without prior agreement. within a period of two weeks.
5.3 Part deliveries are acceptable. 9.2 Once the goods have been accepted, any defects which were
5.4 In the event of breakdowns through no fault of our own, e.g. due obvious at the time of acceptance are exempted.
to fires, strike actions or lockouts and in the event of other delays 9.3 Our warranty covers one (1) year for any furnishings supplied by
of delivery caused by an act of God at our factory or at the us.
location of other suppliers, the delivery deadline will be extended 9.4 Our warranty covers six (6) months for electrical, gas, water and
accordingly. This is unless the buyer proves that further waiting pneumatic fittings mounted into the furnishings as standard
time is no longer acceptable. subassemblies or switchgear as well as for gas, water and
pneumatic solenoid valves and related subassemblies, also for
6 Transfer of risks contactors, fuses, remote switchgear and auxiliary switches as
The risk is transferred to the buyer, even when prepaid freight well as for supplied refrigerators, incubators and drying appara-
has been provided in the agreement. tus, laboratory rinsers and ventilators.
6.1 In the case of delivery without erection or assembly, when the 9.5 Our warranty covers six (6) months for training equipment.
shipment of the operational goods has been delivered to a 9.6 For material, manufacturing or mounting defects we either pro-
carrier or has been collected, the packaging must be completed vide replacement or repair. The buyer will only be entitled to a
with great care. The type of shipment will be selected to the best replacement or a reduction in price if further attempts to repair
of the supplier’s judgement. Upon request and at the expense of are deemed unreasonable. The rejected goods may only be sent
the buyer, the supplier will insure the shipment against break- back with our approval.
age, damage in transit and damage caused by fire. 9.7 Slight deviations to dimension and shape, as well as non-cor-
6.2 In the case of delivery including the erection or assembly on the rectable colour deviations due to the nature of the materials, will
day of acceptance. not entitle the buyer to complain. Otherwise we reserve the right
6.3 If the shipment, the delivery or the beginning of or the erection to allow changes from the sales documents, the offer and the
or assembly itself be postponed upon request by the buyer or confirmation of the offer, if the changes are technically neces-
due to reasons justified by the buyer, the risk will be transferred sary or constitute a technical improvement.
to the buyer for the time of the delay; however, the supplier will 9.8 We will not be liable for the loss or damage of delivered goods
be obligated to supply the necessary insurance upon request by that have been stored by the buyer or the beneficiary of the
and at the expense of the buyer. goods before the final acceptance due to reasons that lie within
6.4 We will organise the mode of transport taking into consideration the buyer’s risk (e.g. due to non-progressing building works).
the requirements of the buyer to a large extent. Additional costs
caused by differing requirements by the buyer will be charged to 10 Place of performance, place of jurisdiction
his account. The place of performance for our services and the payment by
the buyer is Cremlingen / Germany.
The place of jurisdiction will only be Braunschweig / Germany
(postcode: 38100).

We can offer you a variety of different equipment and we would be
pleased to send you an individual offer. Please let us know your
requirements. If you want we can also send one of our skilled
consultants to you.

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