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7002101 COM3LAB Course: Power Electronics I

7002101 COM3LAB Course: Power Electronics I

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COM3LAB Course: Power Electronics I

Comprises an experiment board, housed within a board carrier, for use in conjunction with, and powered by the Master Unit (700020, supplied separately) teaching a course on various phase-commutated and self-commutated converter circuits, experiments being wired by using 2 mm safety cables (700022, supplied separately). Course content, experiment instructions and tasks are taught via course-specific software.

Curriculum Coverage

    • Introduction
    • Semiconductors in power electronics
    • Wiring & triggering
    • Switching processes & commutation
    • Uncontrolled rectifier circuits
    • Parameters for periodic signals Controlled line-commutated static converters
    • M1C circuit
    • M3C circuit
    • B2C circuit
    • B6C semi-controlled rectifiers
Virtual Laboratory
    • Oscilloscope
    • Function Generator
    • Multimeter (x2)
    • Digital analyser
    • Characteristics Curve Plotter
    • Converter analyser
    • Converter Control Unit
Additional Functions
  • Word Processing
  • Printer
  • Pocket Calculator
  • Free Experimentation
  • Glossary
The COM3LAB software contains courses in all supported languages and the current version can be downloaded from WWW.LD-DIDACTIC.DE for free. Alternatively, the COM3LAB software can also be obtained on DVD (70000CBT).


Technical Data:

  • 1 three-phase network generator in 50 and 60 Hz
  • Self-commutated and line-commutated static converter (E1 to B6 circuit) with TSE protection
  • H6-MOSFET frequency converter from 1 to 120 Hz
  • Three independent amperemeters
  • Three incandescent lamps as ohmic load
  • Inductive and capacitive loads

4-channel multiplexer

C3Lab Software Download PLEASE CLICK HERE



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