Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plant Educational Equipment Electrical Laboratory Equipment

Item No.: MR402E
Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plant Educational Equipment Electrical Laboratory Equipment
Description
MR402E Energy Conversion in a Wind Power Plant Educational Equipment Electrical Laboratory Equipment
 
  1. converting kinetic wind energy into electrical energy 
  2. laboratory-scale wind power plant, stand-alone operation
  3. axial fan with continuously variable speed (wind velocity) 
  4. flow straightener for consistent wind conditions 
  5. generator for converting the kinetic energy into electrical energy 
  6. accumulator for storing the electrical energy 
  7. two bulbs as electrical load (consumers) 
  8. measurement of wind velocity in front of and behind the rotor 
  9. measurement of rotational speed of the rotor 
  10. measurement of current and voltage 
  11. digital displays for the measured values 
  12. software for data acquisition via USB under Windows Vista or Windows 7

Technical Data
Axial fan- max. flow rate: 5m³/s- max. power: 1,5kW
Rotor- diameter: 510mm
Generator- max. output: 60W- voltage: 12VDC- max. charging current: 5A
Accumulator- voltage: 12VDC- capacity: 8Ah
Electrical load (bulbs)- voltage: 12VDC- power: 55W each
Measuring ranges- wind velocity: 0,3...50m/s- speed: 0...3000min-1- voltage: 0...20VD- current: 0...35A