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Advanced Electrical Laboratories (AEL-LABS):
Power Systems and
Smart Grid Technology Lab
Technical Teaching Equipment
AEL-5
www.edibon.com
Products
Products range
Units
4.-Electricity
AEL-5.
AEL-1.
ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATIONS LAB
AEL-2.
HOME AUTOMATION
SYSTEMS LAB
AEL-3.
ELECTRICAL
MACHINES LAB
AEL-4.
POWER SYSTEMS
AND SMART
GRID TECHNOLOGY
LAB
ELECTROMECHANICAL
CONSTRUCTIONS LAB
Key features:
SCADA Control System.
Specialized EDIBON Softwares, based on Labview, for:
- SCADA Control Software.
- Data Acquisition Software.
- Computer Aided Instruction Software.
... and others.
Touch Screens and computers.
Functional and self contained Electrical Workbench with instrumentation panel with all the required elements to
supply power and control in the workbench.
Intuitive, quick and accurate interaction of the user with the Electrical Workbench.
Complete and functional training solution for electricity learning purposes.
Covering all areas of electricity field.
... and others possibilities.
ISO 9000: Quality Management
(for Design, Manufacturing,
Commercialization and After-sales service)
European Union Certificate
(total safety)
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Certificates ISO 14000 and
ECO-Management and Audit Scheme
(environmental management)
Worlddidac Quality Charter
Certificate and
Worlddidac Member
NEW CONCEPT OF TEACHING LABORATORIES
Classroom and Laboratory Lay Out
Room 1
Room 2
Toilet
Toilet
Stock
Manager Room
Services
Room 3
Seminary
Toilet
Toilet
Whiteboard
Projector
Teacher Desk
AEL-WTS. Laboratory Workplace Table
AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench (Rail) + 2 x AEL-PC.
Two Touchscreen and computers
AEL-WBM. Electrical Workbench (Mobile)
AEL-MC. Multipurpose Cabinet
AEL-WIC. Electrical Installations Cabinet
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ALL ELECTRICAL AREAS
EDIBON, a company with more than 35 years of experience designing and implementing training systems, has a wide variety of
applications adapted to XXI century new technologies.
Apart from providing a solid theoretical basis, EDIBON units and trainers are aimed at technical professional training, vocational training,
for higher education and even applied research, as well as at the improvement in all fields through advanced systems.
The electricity area includes five great groups that cover Electrical Installations, Home Automation Systems, Electrical Machines,
Electromechanical Constructions, Power Systems and Smart Grid Technology.
All the units have a modular and intuitive design, with real elements used in the industry and technological market.
In this catalogue we will cover “AEL-5. Power Systems and Smart Grid Technology Lab.”
AEL-1.1. Home Electrical Installations
AEL-1.2. Industrial Electrical Installations
AEL-1.
ELECTRICAL
INSTALLATIONS
LAB
AEL-1.3. Professional Wiring Practices in Installations
AEL-2.1. Wired Systems
AEL-2.2. Wireless Systems
AEL-2.
HOME AUTOMATION
SYSTEMS LAB
AEL-3.1. Electrical Machines Trainers
AEL-3.2. Electrical Machines Applications
AEL-3.
ELECTRICAL MACHINES
LAB
AEL-4.1. Transformers Construction
AEL-4.2. Electrical Motors Construction
AEL-4.
ELECTROMECHANICAL
CONSTRUCTIONS
LAB
AEL-5.1. Generation Trainers
AEL-5.2. Distribution and Transmission Trainers
AEL-5.3. Loads Trainers
AEL-5.4. Relays Protection Trainers
AEL-5.5. Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
AEL-5.
POWER SYSTEMS AND
SMART GRID
TECHNOLOGY
LAB
AEL-5.6. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
AEL-5.7. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators
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AEL-5. Power Systems and Smart Grid Technology Lab
The AEL-5. Power Systems and Smart Grid Technology Lab is formed by:
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack)
AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench (Rail)
+
+
Applications
Applications + Rack
(to be mounted on rail)
...
AEL-AD33
AEL-AD3A
...
AEL-AD33 + N-RACK-A
AEL-AD3A + N-RACK-A
+
Software packages
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Electrical Workbench
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
AEL-PC
Touch screen and computer
AEL-PC
Touch screen and computer
(Post 1)
(Post 2)
AEL-WBC.
Electrical Workbench (Rail)
Instrumentation Panel (Post 2)
Instrumentation Panel (Post 1)
The Electrical Workbench has been designed to offer the students and teachers the necessary tools to learn and teach about the XXI century
technologies.
The Electrical Workbench consists of:
Furniture, itself:
Consists of the frame that allows to locate the applications, lighting fitting, table, supports, etc.
Instrumentation Panel:
The workbench has been designed to be used by one or two students. Each student has access to its own instrumentation panel.
There are two Electrical Workbench versions:
AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench (Rail).
The AEL-WBC is a workbench designed with rails in order to put and remove all electrical modules free.
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
The AEL-WBR is a workbench designed with strong rack in order to fix all electrical modules.
Optional:
Touch screen and computer (AEL-PC):
The workbench can be supplied with one or two touch screens and computers. Thus, both students and teachers gain quick access to the
applications to control them better, obtaining the maximum man-machine interaction.
In summary, technology, quality and aesthetics are combined in this piece of furniture in order to offer the best features for both research and
teaching fields.
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Software packages
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
Computer Aided
Instruction Software
AEL-S-INST
Instructor Software
SCADA Systems
AEL-S-STUD
Student Software
AEL-S-STUD
Student Software
AEL-S-STUD
Student Software
(Post 1)
(Post 2)
(Post “n”)
Software for each particular application:
Application 1
Application 5
Application 2
Application 7
...
...
SCADA Control
Software
Data Acquisition
Software
See particular application
Application “n”
Available for all applications
EDIBON has different software packages to provide students the maximum level in training
systems.
Example of some Software Screens:
Computer Aided Instruction Software
- AEL-S-INST. Instructor Software:
This software is recommended as a comprehensive, multi-level, instructional tool that
directs students to work independently and at their own speed, while also freeing the
instructor to provide specific guidance whenever needed.
- AEL-S-STUD. Student Software:
This software includes theory about the applications and assesses the students' knowledge
through tests and exams.
NOTE: Will be necessary acquire a license per student.
Computer Aided Instruction Software screens
SCADA Systems
- SCADA. Control Software:
Software designed to control different applications that require an advance control system,
such as generation systems remote control, distribution systems with control over power
flows and isolating switches, etc. It is included if the application required it.
- Data Acquisition Software:
This software has been designed to acquire different signals to know the state of the
processes. For example, to study the dynamic characteristics of an induction squirrel cage
motor, the data acquisition system allows to monitor, in real time, the mechanical torque
curves, speed, electrical power, etc. to obtain thus all the electrical parameters of the
machine. It is included if the application required it.
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List of Applications
AEL-5. POWER SYSTEMS AND SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY LAB
AEL-5.1.
Generation Trainers
AEL-5.2.
Distribution and Transmission Trainers
AEL-5.3.
Loads Trainers
Applications
Basic Synchronization Applications
 AEL-MOSC. Manual Operations of Synchronization
Circuits.
Advanced Synchronization Applications
 AEL-EESD.
Advanced Digital Synchronization Trainer.
Wind Energy
 AEL-WPP.
Wind Power Plants with Double Feed
Induction Generator.
 AEL-WPT.
Wind Power Trainer with Permanent Magnets
Synchronous Generator.
 AEL-WPPI.
Wind Power Plants with Induction Generator.
Photovoltaic Energy
 AEL-PHVG.
Photovoltaic Application with Connection to
Grid.
Applications
Introduction to Transmission and Distribution Power
Systems
 AEL-TI-01. Study of the Regulation of the Distribution
Transformer (with TAP).
 AEL-TI-02. Analysis of Three-phase Power Lines.
Basic Distribution and Transmission Trainers
 AEL-AE1A. Aerial Line Model.
 AEL-TDTR.
Distribution Transformer with Voltage Regulator.
 AEL-PSCL. Parallel and Series Transmission Lines.
Advanced Distribution and Transmission Trainers
 AEL-TSSG. Transmission Systems with Synchronous
Generator.
 AEL-HVDC. High Voltage DC Transmission Lines.
Applications
Basic Load Controller Trainers
 AEL-MRPC.
Manual Reactive Power Compensation.
 AEL-APFC.
Single-phase Automatic Power Factor
Compensation.
 AEL-EECFP.
Advanced Power Factor Controller.
 AEL-DLT.
Dynamic Loads Trainer.
 AEL-AI8.
Reactive Power Compensation (Power
Factor Correction).
 AEL-AE6.
Energy Counters Control Trainer.
Advanced Loads Control
 AEL-FUSG.
Final User Smart Grid Trainer.
 AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid-Smart Meter Trainer.
 AEL-FUSG-E.
Final User Smart Grid-Smart Energy Trainer.
 AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid-Net Metering Trainer.
AEL-5.4.
Relays Protection Trainers
Applications
Fundamental Concepts
 AEL-CTFP.
Current Transformer Fundaments for Protections Devices.
 AEL-VTFP.
Voltage Transformer Fundaments for Protections Devices.
Relays Protection Trainers
 AEL-ERP.
Protection Relays Test Trainer.
Protection Systems in Electrical Loads
 AEL-CPT-01.
Electrical Machines Protection.
 AEL-CPT-02.
Motor Management Relay.
Protection Systems for Generators
 AEL-GPRE.
Generator Protection Relay Trainer.
Applications
Protection Systems for Transmission and Distribution Lines
 AEL-TPT-01.
Overcurrent Time Protection Relay for Lines.
 AEL-TPT-02.
Overvoltage and Undervoltage Protection Relay.
 AEL-TPT-03.
Directional Power Protection Relay.
 AEL-TPT-04.
Earth-Fault Voltage Protection Relay.
 AEL-TPT-05.
Protection Relay of Parallel-Connected Lines.
 AEL-TPT-06.
High Speed Distance Protection Relay.
AEL-5.5.
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
 AEL-CPSS-01S.
 AEL-CPSS-02S.
 AEL-CPSS-03S.
Applications
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Application, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
Compact Smart Micro-Grids Power Systems Application, with Automatic Control Generation and Loads, with SCADA.
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Application with Two Parallel Generators, Two Distribution Lines and Loads, with SCADA.
AEL-5.6.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Loads Systems
Applications
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
 AEL-GCA-P-02S. Generation System with Automatic
Control of Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection Relays,
with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-02S.
Generation System with Automatic
Control of Synchronous Generator and
Synchronization, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-P-03S.
Automatic Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-03S.
Automatic Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor,
with SCADA. ()
Isolated Grid Studies
 AEL-GCA-P-01S.
Generation System with Automatic
Control of Synchronous Generator in
an Isolated Grid and Protection Relays,
with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-01S.
Generation System with Automatic
Control of Synchronous Generator in
an Isolated Grid, with SCADA. ()
Manual Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
 AEL-GCM-P-02S. Generation System with Manual Control
of Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection Relays,
with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-02S.
Generation System with Manual Control
of Synchronous Generator and
Synchronization, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-P-03S. Manual Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-03S.
Manual Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor,
with SCADA. ()
Isolated Grid Studies
 AEL-GCM-P-01S.
Generation System with Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator in an Isolated Grid
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-01S.
Generation System with Manual Control
of Synchronous Generator in an Isolated
Grid, with SCADA. ()
Additional Generation Systems options
 AEL-GAD-01S.
Pumping Power Plant, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GAD-02S.
Auto-Start Diesel Generator Trainer for
Recovery of the Energy System due to
Black-Outs, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GAD-03S.
Automatic Generation System with Two
Parallel Generators, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GAD-04S.
Hydroelectric Power Plant, with SCADA. ()
() Available application without SCADA, application reference
without the last “S”.
Each application can work individually or combined with other
applications to form systems simulators (Generation +
Transmission/Distribution + Loads).
Applications
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
One Line and Regulation Transformer Studies
 AEL-T-P-01S. Transmission and Distribution Power
Systems with Regulation Transformer and
Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-01S.
Transmission and Distribution Power
Systems with Regulation Transformer, with
SCADA. ()
Two Aerial Lines Studies
 AEL-T-P-02S. Transmission and Distribution Power
Systems with Two Aerial Parallel Lines and
Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-02S.
Transmission and Distribution Power
Systems with Two Aerial Parallel Lines, with
SCADA. ()
Additional Studies Possibilities
 AEL-T-P-04S. Electrical Distribution Grids Trainer with
Protections Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-04S.
Electrical Distribution Grids Trainer, with
SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-03S.
Power Flow Control in Meshed Networks,
with SCADA. ()
() Available application without SCADA, application reference
without the last “S”.
Each application can work individually or combined with other
applications to form systems simulators (Generation +
Transmission/Distribution + Loads).
Applications
Conventional Loads options
 AEL-C-P-02S. Loads Systems with Automatic Power
Factor Compensation and Protection
Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-C-02S.
Loads Systems with Automatic Power
Factor Compensation, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-C-P-01S. Loads Systems with Manual Power Factor
Compensation and Protection Relays, with
SCADA. ()
 AEL-C-01S.
Loads Systems with Manual Power Factor
Compensation, with SCADA. ()
Special Loads options
 AEL-C-03S.
Complex Load, Power Consumption
Measurement and Peak Load Monitoring,
with SCADA. ()
() Available application without SCADA, application reference
without the last “S”.
Each application can work individually or combined with other
applications to form systems simulators (Generation +
Transmission/Distribution + Loads).
AEL-5.7.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators




AEL-MPSS-01.
AEL-MPSS-02.
AEL-MPSS-03.
AEL-MPSS-04.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with SCADA.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with SCADA.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Nowadays, smart grids are at the forefront worldwide. Having full control of the electric energy in real time is not a challenge any more, but a fact.
The AEL-5. Power Systems and Smart Grid Technology Lab includes a great variety of trainers and applications to study the most revolutionary
technologies used nowadays.
EDIBON power systems and smart grid units cover the fields of generation systems, power transmission and distribution systems and loads control,
as well as the most advanced protection relays used in electrical substations.
Applications about smart generation systems allow the student to experiment the operation of current power control systems in generators, being
able to directly control the generators excitation, operating cutting-edge synchronization systems and connecting several loads to the system to
study the dynamic changes of the machine.
In smart distribution systems, EDIBON covers the study of power transmission networks and distribution systems, focusing on the study of the
voltage regulation systems, telemetry, high voltage electrical protection systems, arrangement in parallel of transport lines and DC high voltage
transmission systems.
Finally, EDIBON has designed a group of smart loads control systems.
Smart Grid Systems are the present and the future, for this reason EDIBON has designed a series of trainers to show to students and teachers the
necessary knowledge about the new smart power systems. Telecommand, telemetry, bidirectional communication systems, power flow control,
etc. appear in EDIBON trainers.
On the other hand, in every area described, EDIBON includes cutting-edge smart protection relays trainers used in electricity generation,
transport and distribution systems: directional overcurrent protection relays, overvoltage and undervoltage protection relays, distance protection
relays, over frequency protection relays, etc.
The complete Power Systems and Smart Grid Technology Lab (AEL-5) includes:
- Electrical Workbench.
- Software packages.
- Applications.
Electrical Workbench:
There are two Electrical Workbench versions:
AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench (Rail).
The AEL-WBC is a workbench designed with rails in order to put and remove all electrical modules
free. The frame consists of three levels to get a maximum space for the modules and applications.
Besides, the user can put and remove manually all electrical modules and make free
configurations to construct different applications.
The advantage of this workbench is that all modules can be put and removed free and quick, so the
student can change quickly to other practical exercises.
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
The AEL-WBR is a workbench designed with strong rack in order to fix all electrical modules. Each
module will be fixed with screws. The frame consists of three racks to support different applications.
The advantage of this workbench is that all applications are perfectly covered to get a homogeny
and strong unit.
The Electrical Workbench is ready to use Specialized EDIBON Softwares, based on Labview, for:
SCADA Control Software.
Data Acquisition Software.
Computer Aided Instruction Software.
...others.
It is a complete and functional training solution for electricity learning purposes, with intuitive, quick
and accurate interaction of the user with the Electrical Workbench.
It is a functional and self contained Electrical Workbench, with wide working area for several
applications, with instrumentation panel including all the required elements to supply power and
control in the workbench.
The Electrical Workbench is mainly formed by:
Furniture, itself:
Formed by the frame that allows to allocate the applications, lighting fitting, table, supports, etc.
Dimensions: 2000 x 1000 x 1900 mm approx.
Instrumentation Panel:
2 x Control and supply panels.
Three-phase and single-phase power systems.
Independent Residual Circuit Breaker (RCB).
Two single-phase sockets.
Different level control voltages for signals applications.
Integrated lighting system.
Technical data:
1 x Differential Protection, 1 x Emergency Stop Button and 1 x Safety Key.
Power Terminal Connections: 1 x Three-phase terminals: 380 Vac + N+ GND and 1 x Singlephase terminals: 230 Vac + GND and 2 x Single-phase plugs + 2 x Three-phase plugs.
Control terminals: 2 x 24 Vac., 2 x (+24) Vdc., 2 x (+12) Vdc., 2 x (-12) Vdc. and 2 x (+5) Vdc.
Power Supply required: 380 Vac 3PH + N + GND.
Optional:
Touch screen and computer (AEL-PC).
The workbench can be supplied with one or two touch screens and computers.
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Specifications (continuation)
Software packages:
Computer Aided Instruction Software:
AEL-S-INST. Instructor Software:
It is software designed for the teacher. The teacher can administrate the classroom and
students, schedule specific task for single student or groups, follow the progress of the class
through the practical exercises and tests. It is composed of:
Student Manager:
Administration of an unlimited number of students and courses.
Addition, deletion and editing of students and student data.
Classroom Editor:
Wizard for creation of new courses.
Addition, deletion and editing of student groups.
Creating, deletion and editing courses.
Assignment of students to classes.
Assignment of Scheduled practical exercises and tests to students or classes.
Test & Questioner Creator:
Creating, deletion and editing custom test.
Programming of the number of questions, number of answers, time to perform the test and
more.
Specific questions or an arbitrary set of question taken from a database.
Test preview.
Insertion of graphics, animations and tables.
Insertion of test questions.
Editing questions.
Seven different types of question: single and multiple choice, missing text, assignment,
matrices, arbitrary text, selection of images.
Ability to input meta data (points, time for questions, difficulty, etc.)
Reporter & Static Results:
Presentation of the results, selecting users, groups, tests or a mix.
Statistics of users or groups, to view the evolution and progress.
Graphical presentation of progress in courses and tests.
Reports on courses, tests, single user or classes.
Summary of results and time.
Calculation of average results for groups.
AEL-S-STUD. Student Software:
It allows students to complete practical exercises with a PC. It loads programmatically practical
exercises scheduled by the teacher, allows student to do test and view the results obtained. To
help to follow the practical exercises, it provides gadgets such as animation loaders, video help
players and more. It software are composed of:
Registration:
Easy student registration.
Practical Exercise:
Automatically load of practical exercise files (PDFs) scheduled by the teacher by date,
classroom or course.
Windows Calculator and Notepad integration.
Default web browser integration.
Custom Spreadsheet. This gadgets loads a file containing the information about the most
common equations used in each practical exercise. It has the following features:
Allows the student to fill the table and computes student input data.
It can load and save tables with full data.
It can plot the table data linking with two variables.
It can plot the equations used in the practical test.
It can export data to an XLS file.
Allows student to record an audio or a video and send it to the teacher.
The student can load additional help, such as PDFs, GIFs, Flash animations or videos.
Student and teacher can chat through the application.
Exercises:
Student can perform provided tests, or customized tests created by the teacher.
Result Viewer:
Students can see the results obtained on their tests attempts.
Summary of single user results and time.
Reports on single user results.
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Specifications
(continuation)
Applications:
AEL-5.1
Generation Trainers
Basic Synchronization Applications
AEL-MOSC. Manual Operations of Synchronization Circuits
The Manual Operations of Synchronization
Circuits Application (AEL-MOSC) consists of a
series of modules to teach the students the basic
synchronization methods using the “lamps
method”.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- “Dark” synchronizing unit.
2.- “Light” synchronizing circuit.
With the AEL-MOSC the student will learn the
electricity fundamental laws in order to
understand the maneuvers of synchronization.
4.- Inductive Reactive Power Generation.
The AEL-MOSC includes the following modules:
5.- Capacitive Reactive Power Generation.
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• EMT7.
Asynchronous three-phase
motor of squirrel cage.
• EMT6.
AC Synchronous three-phase
motor alternator.
3.- Active Power Generation.
• N-VVCA/M.AC Motor Speed Controller.
• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller.
• N-ASYB.
Basic Synchronization Module.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit.
• N-REL08.
Time Overcurrent Electronic Relay
(0.3 -1.5 A).
The application AEL-MOSC can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-M.
• N-RACK-B.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Specifications
(continuation)
Applications:
AEL-5.1
Generation Trainers
Advanced Synchronization Applications
AEL-EESD. Advanced Digital Synchronization Trainer
The Advanced Digital Synchronization Trainer
(AEL-EESD) consists of a series of modules in
order to train the students in the advanced
synchronization methods using industrial
synchronoscope.
With the AEL-EESD application the student will
learn the necessary operations in order to
understand the maneuvers of automatic
synchronization as generation substations make.
This application includes:
Modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-AVR/P.
Automatic
Regulator.
• N-ASY3PH.
Three-phase Automatic
Synchronoscope.
• N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
• N-VVCA5K.
5 kW Motor Speed Controller.
Vo l t a g e
Generator:
• GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5 kWA Generator-Motor
Group.
Optional modules:
Optionally, the students can carry out
advanced operations of synchronization and
control of the generator-motor group including
in the basic option the following optional
modules:
• N-ERP-PGC01. Generator Protection and
Control Relay Unit.
• N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
Resistors Module.
• N-CAR36T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Inductances
Module.
The application AEL-EESD can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-A.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Commissioning of group generation and
coupling to the electrical grid.
2.- Inductive reactive power generation.
3.- Capacitive reactive power generation.
4.- Coupling operations between generator and
electrical grid.
5.- Monitoring of voltages and phase angles in
order to carry out a correct coupling.
6.- Main connections for the synchronization
module to perform the appropriate readings
of the phases angles.
7.- Monitoring of the generator´s power flux
before and after the synchronization.
8.- Search of the optimum point to couple the
generator to the grid.
9.- Frequency and voltage manual control of the
generator to carry out the synchronization to
the grid.
Additional practical possibilities with the optional
modules:
The optional modules allow the students to
make operations carried out in the large
electrical generators:
10.- Island grid operations.
11.- Parallel grid operations.
12.- Manual voltage regulation operations.
13.- Manual frequency regulation operations.
14.- Transference of manual to automatic
voltage regulation operations.
16.- Studying of the power factor regulation of
synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation.
17.- Studying of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in island mode.
18.- Studying of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in parallel grid mode.
19.- Studying of excitation/voltage regulation
in island mode.
• N-RACK-B. (3 units if optional modules are acquired)
20.- Studying of excitation/voltage regulation
in parallel grid mode.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
21.- Analysis of active and reactive power.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
AEL-EESD
15.- Transference of manual to automatic
frequency regulation operations.
22.- Automatic control of active power.
23.- Automatic control of reactive power.
24.- Studying of the micro-grids.
Generator protection:
25.- Overcurrent protection.
26.- O v e r v o l t a g e a n d u n d e r v o l t a g e
protection of the synchronous generator.
27.- Reverse power protection.
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Generation Trainers
Wind Energy
AEL-WPP. Wind Power Plants with Double Feed Induction Generator
The AEL-WPP is used to investigate the design and operation of modern wind power stations. The AEL-WPP
consists of a prime motor that moves a double-feed induction generator (as a generator for the wind power
plant).
The user can configurates the desired wind curve in the AEL-WPP software. The software automatically
controls the prime motor (which is controlled through a frequency controller) that set the double-feed
induction generator speed rotation. Besides, the control unit for the double-feed asynchronous machine (as
a generator for the wind power plant) permits user-friendly operation and visualization during the
experiments.
Learning contents:
- Understand the design and operation of modern wind power plants.
- Explore the physical fundamentals.
- Learn about different wind power concepts.
- Set up and commission a double-feed asynchronous wind generator.
- Operate the generator with different wind curves.
- Determine optimum operating points under changing wind conditions.
- Study the different operation modes of the double-feed asynchronous machine depending of
the wind speed: subsynchronous speed, synchronous speed and supersynchronous speed.
- Study the relation of wind speed and the generator shaft speed.
- Study the relation between the optimum generated power and the generator shaft speed.
It includes:
• EMT8DF. Double Feed Induction Generator.
AEL-WPP
• N-DFGC. Double-feed Generator Control Module.
The control unit has the following features:
Operation of the double-feed asynchronous generator in subsynchronous and supersynchronous
operating mode.
Autonomous control of reactive and active power, frequency, voltage, etc.
Automatic mains synchronisation.
Connection to control the back-to-back inverter (N-BTBINV).
Connection to control the prime motor (AEL-SERIN/CA-1K).
Connection voltage: 3 x 400V, 50...60Hz.
• N-FRT. Fault Ride Through Module.
The modern wind turbines that use double-feed generators are required nowadays to respond to
short periods of lower grid voltage (voltage sag) in the mains grid without simply shutting down.
Such response is called “fault ride through”. This “fault ride through” allows to eliminate the risk of
“chain reaction” when the shutting down of the wind turbine produces the enlargement of the
voltage sag time, that takes another wind turbine offline.
The dynamic grid fault simulator emulates such faults in the mains grid. This makes it possible to
investigate the response of any equipment connected downstream from the fault.
This module simulates different faults in the transmission lines:
Investigating the response of wind power plants to system faults.
Exploring symmetrical fault scenarios.
Exploring asymmetrical fault scenarios.
Adjusting controller parameters.
The grid fault simulator has the following features:
Adjustable power failure durations from 50ms to 500ms.
4-level, adjustable voltage drop for all phases.
Symmetrical and asymmetrical grid faults can be set up.
Adjustable start angle fault-ride-through analysis.
Touch screen display.
Connector voltage: 3 x 400V, 50...60Hz.
• N-BTBINV. Back to Back Inverter.
This module integrates a back to back inverter used to extract power from the double fed induction
generator rotor. Besides, it integrates a braking chopper to protect the DC BUS.
The back to back inverter is controlled by the N-DFGC module.
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Wind Energy
AEL-WPP. Wind Power Plants with Double Feed Induction Generator (continuation)
• AEL-SERIN/CA-1K. Computer Controlled Advanced Industrial Servosystems Trainer (for AC Motors).
The AEL-SERIN/CA-1K allows to generate wind curves configured by the user through the AELWPP/CCSOF software.
The AEL-SERIN/CA-1K trainer consists on an Control Interface module connected to a three-phase
motor and a computer (AEL-PC). The control interface has an 20-bits incremental encoder that controls
the speed, position and torque of the motor.
The USB communication between the control interface and the PC provides the AEL-SERIN/CA-1K the
possibility of commanding the motor from the PC and visualize the most important signals of the motor:
Velocity, Position and Torque Control.
Control Interface module:
3 Digital outputs:
Each output has a green LED that indicates if the output is active or not.
Encoder outputs:
Two pair of outputs (CH A Out, CH B Out and their respective denied outputs) that are TTL
signals of incremental position generated by the encoder feedback. These signals indicate the
direction of rotation of the motor.
One pair of outputs (CH Z Out and their denied) that TTL works as marker of pulses. This signal
indicates the motor speed.
Relay output:this output is a relay, and it belongs together with the output 4 that it can be in the
software inside the I/O digital label.
3 Analog outputs: can be controlled by software to be a certain valve of the internal variables.
6 Digital inputs: digital inputs for those signals that are introduced to enable the different available
functions in the software.
6 Buttons: they are good to enable the digital inputs. When the button is pressed, the digital Input
will be activated, making what has been defined by the software.
6 Switches: they have the same function as the buttons, but with the only difference that they are
switches and, therefore, maintain the position fixed (open or closed).
Switch outfitter of digital inputs: there is a switch that enables the digital inputs. When the green LED
is on, the inputs will be enabled.
Analog input: this input allows an analog use directly of the user. It is an A/D input.
1 Potentiometers. 1 Digital encoder.
Reset button: this button is used to reset the motor driver after setting a new configuration.
Motor:
3-Phase AC motor, 2 kW, 5 A, 5000 rpm, 400 Vac., 19.1 Nm., IP67, 20 bits (1048576 resolution)
incremental encoder.
AEL-SERIN/CA-1K/CCSOF. Computer Control+Data Acquisition+Data Management Software:
Compatible with actual Windows operating systems. Graphic and intuitive simulation of the process
in screen. Compatible with the industry standards.
Registration and visualization of all process variables in an automatic and simultaneous way.
Flexible open and multicontrol software, developed with actual windows graphic systems, acting
simultaneously on all process parameters. Management, processing, comparison and storage of
data. Comparative analysis of the obtained data, after the process and modification of the
conditions during the process.
• AEL-WPP/CCSOF. Computer Control+Data Acquisition+Data Management Software (SCADA):
This software allows:
In one hand the AEL-WPP/CCSOF allows the user to configure the desired wind curve for the
experiment. Once the wind curve is configured and the user starts the experiment, the Software
controls automatically the AEL-SERIN/CA-1K motor to generate the same wind curve
configured by the user.
In the other hand the AEL-WPP/CCSOF allows to visualize the most important signals of the
systems (rotor current, stator current, line voltage, dc bus voltage of the back to back inverter…)
and allows to visualize the most important measurements of the system (value of the rotor active
power and reactive power, stator active power and reactive power, total active and reactive
power, speed of the generator shaft…).
The software also allows the user to save the experiment data, to analyze the results after the test,
through a data visualizer included with the software. The data format of the saved files are
compatible with Microsoft excel.
• WSS. WindSim Software. (OPTIONAL, not included in the minimum supply)
The WindSim is an application that allows simulating, analyzing and studying the development and
operation of the wind farms. The WinSim is a modern wind farm design tool, that aid the user with the
complex analysis of equations of fluid mechanics involved in the study and optimization of the wind farms.
WindSim software is based on computational fluid dynamics (CFD) that combines advanced
numeric processing with compelling 3D visualization. The WindSim includes the getting started
manual that guide to the user to explore the entire potential of this tool.
The application AEL-WPP also includes:
Racks: N-RACK-M. (3 units) + N-RACK-B.
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
AEL-SERIN/CA-1K/CCSOF
AEL-WPP/CCSOF
WSS (OPTIONAL)
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Generation Trainers
Wind Energy
AEL-WPT. Wind Power Trainer with Permanent Magnets Synchronous Generator
The Wind Power Trainer with Permanent Magnets
Synchronous Generator (AEL-WPT) is an
application designed to train the students in the
main operations of wind turbines.
Using a main motor that controls a AC Generator,
the student can simulate an actual medium wind
turbine with a voltage regulator, inverter and
batteries.
The AEL-WPT consists of the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• EMT6-B.
Permanent magnets
synchronous three-phase
generator.
• EMT7.
Asynchronous three-phase
motor of squirrel cage.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Voltage-Speed Characteristics of a Wind
Turbine Generator.
2.- Power vs Wind Turbine Speed.
3.- Storing Energy from a Wind Turbine into
Batteries.
4.- Battery charging fundamentals.
Some practical possibilities with the Optional
SCADA System:
5.- Monitoring and Data Acquisition wind
turbine curves.
6.- Measurement of energy generation in
function of the wind speed.
7.- Remote control of the wind turbine.
• N-VVCA/M.AC Motor Speed Controller.
• BAT.
Battery.
• N-REG02. Voltage Electronic Regulator
(300W).
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit.
• N-INV01.
Power Inverter (300W).
Optional: SCADA system for remote control
operations can be supplied as
optional.
The application AEL-WPT can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-A.
• N-RACK-B.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Generation Trainers
Wind Energy
AEL-WPPI. Wind Power Plants with Induction Generator
The AEL-WPPI. Wind Power Plants with Induction
Generator application has been developed by
EDIBON to study the wind turbines performance
with induction generators that inject power in the
network.
Wind turbines with induction generator have
some characteristics, of great interest to the
students, which will be studied working with the
machine in different regimes: sub-synchronous,
synchronous and super-synchronous. Depending
on the operation state of the induction generator,
different electrical parameters can be analyzed.
To analyze this electrical parameters, the Wind
Power Plants with Induction Generator
Application has an advanced network analyzer
that will show the student, among others, the
following parameters: positive and negative
active, reactive and apparent power (P, Q and S),
line and total power factors, line currents, phase
and line voltages, current and voltage harmonics,
etc.
The wind turbine induction generator is coupled
to the three-phase induction motor in order to
simulate different wind speeds. To vary the wind
speed, the three-phase induction motor is
controlled by mean a frequency variator. On this
way, the user can simulate different wind speeds
and observes the response of the wind turbine
coupled to the grid.
The Wind Power Plants Induction Generator
Application has a series of sensors that will let the
student analyze the wind turbine speed and the
applied torque for it in order to calculate electrical
and mechanical parameters, through which the
student will go in depth about knowledge of wind
turbines induction generator.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Commissioning of the induction generator.
2.- Wiring procedure of the induction generator
to the grid.
3.- Study of operation regimes of the wind
turbines induction generator.
4.- Analysis of the induction generators in subsynchronous state with the network.
5.- Analysis of the induction generators in
synchronous state with the network.
6.- Analysis of the induction generators in supersynchronous state with the network.
7.- Study of electrical parameters of the
induction generator in sub-synchronous with
the network.
8.- Study of electrical parameters of the
induction generator in synchronous with the
network.
9.- Study of electrical parameters of the
induction generator in super-synchronous
with the network.
AEL-WPPI
10.- Efficiency study of the induction generator
comparing the injected power in the grid with
the mechanical power shaft of the turbine.
11.- Influence of power factor with the speed and
analysis of the possible solutions to automate
the regulation of the power factor.
12.- Active power compensation by mean
capacitor banks and electrical measurement
of the response electrical machine.
This application has a power factor compensation
system in order to analyze the effects of the
reactive energy in the induction generator and the
grid.
This application has all necessary electrical and
mechanical safety elements.
It includes:
-Mobile work bench.
-Three-phase power supply:
3 x 400 VAC+N.
230 VAC.
Differential protection: 30 mA.
Emergency stop button.
-Asynchronous motor, 1.75 kVA.
-Asynchronous generator:
1.25 kVA, 3 x 400 VAC, 1800 rpm.
-Speed sensor.
-Torque sensor.
-Frequency controller with control panel to
simulate different wind speeds.
-Capacitors bank to regulate power factors.
-Thermal protection for generator and motor.
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Generation Trainers
Photovoltaic Energy
AEL-PHVG. Photovoltaic Application with Connection to Grid
The AEL-PHVG is an application designed to
study the energy production by photovoltaic
panels and how this energy is injected to the grid.
This application can work together other power
generation sources to study the energy mix, their
advantages and problems developed when
alternate sources are interconnected into a power
system.
This application consists of a series of elements
and modules:
85W photovoltaic panel with grid inverter.
Panel with lamps to provide suitable lighting for
the photovoltaic panel when it is used indoor.
Circuit breaker to connect and disconnect the
grid inverter to the grid.
Network analyzer to measure the energy
produced for the photovoltaic panels.
DC variable power supply to simulate the
photovoltaic panel and to generate more
power to the grid.
SCADA Control System to visualize the
electrical parameters of the photovoltaic panel:
active power, currents, voltages, etc.
AEL-PHVG
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AEL-5.2
Distribution and Transmission Trainers
Introduction to Transmission and Distribution Power Systems
AEL-TI-01. Study of the Regulation of the Distribution Transformer (with TAP)
Electric utilities aim to provide service to
customers at a specific voltage level, for example,
220V or 240V. However, due to Kirchhoff´s Laws,
the voltage magnitude and thus the service
voltage to customers will in fact vary along the
length of a transmission.
Depending on the amount of power demanded
the drop voltage along the lines may be more or
less. The goal of the utilities is maintain the
constant voltages. In order to maintain voltage
within tolerance under changing load conditions,
are used voltage regulators in the distribution
transformers.
The AEL-TI-01 application has been designed to
study the regulation of the distribution
transformers.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Voltage range of a three-phase variable
transformer in autoconnected regulating
configuration.
2.- No-load response of the transformer.
3.- Combination of three-phase variable
transformer and line model including
connected load.
4.- Automatic voltage adjustment for random
load currents.
5.- Step-up transformer.
6.- Step-down transformer.
This application includes a three-phase power
transformer with TAP to compensate the voltage
fluctuations when the load changes.
AEL-TI-02. Analysis of Three-phase Power Lines
The AEL-TI-02 application has been designed to
study the transmission lines.
This application consists of a series of modules as
the transmission line module with different
configurations for multiple purposes: different
line lengths, capacitive line effect, one and two
phase shifts in a line, etc.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Voltage increases on open-circuit lines.
2.- Voltage drop a as function of line length.
3.- Voltage drop as a function of cos-phi.
4.- Capacitive and inductive power losses on a
line as a function of U and I.
5.- Phase shift on a line.
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Distribution and Transmission Trainers
Basic Distribution and Transmission Trainers
AEL-AE1A. Aerial Line Model
The Aerial Line Model (AEL-AE1A) consists of a set
of modules that represent basically the Transport
Electric System, the Electrical Generation and the
Consumption.
Through these modules, the student will
understand the main concepts of Transport Lines:
drop voltages, reactive energy compensation,
measurement of currents, voltages, active and
reactive power, power losses at the transmission
lines, etc.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Studying of the energy power losses on the
transport lines.
2.- Calculating drops voltage on the transport
lines.
3.- Voltage increases on open-circuit lines.
4.- Studying the unbalanced power systems.
5.- Studying the balanced power systems.
In order to simulate the energy transport, the
student will work with the N-AE1 module. This
module represents basic concepts of the Electric
Energy high-voltage three-phase transmission
lines operation. It simulates a value modifying
concentrated parameter line that allows different
configurations and consists of three conductor
line (R, S, T) and a Neutral or return line (N).
6.- Directly measure of energy losses on the
electrical grid and comparison with theory
calculus.
7.- Variation of type of loads and visualizing the
power factor of the grid.
Each one of the phases is represented following
the concentrated parameters theoretical model,
through a resistance series association and
inductances, along with a parallel association
between each one of them in a capacitance
effect.
The AEL-AE1A includes the following modules:
• N-ALI01. Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-AE1.
Transmission Lines Simulation
Module.
• N-REFT.
Three-phase Resistor Load with
commutator.
• N-INDT.
Three-phase Variable Inductive
Load with commutator.
• N-CONT. Three-phase Variable Capacitor
Load with commutator.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit. (2 units)
The application AEL-AE1A can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-B.
• N-RACK-A.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Distribution and Transmission Trainers
Basic Distribution and Transmission Trainers
AEL-TDTR. Distribution Transformer with Voltage Regulator
The AEL-TDTR is an application designed to allow
the students to develop wirings in three-phase
transformers with voltage regulation similar to
those permormed in the field.
The AEL-TDTR includes the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-REG15.
Tap Regulator Module.
• TRANS3/5KR. 5kW Step-Down Transformer
with voltage regulator.
• N-AE1C.
Commutable Transmission
Line Simulation Unit.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit. (2 units)
• N-CAR19T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
• N-CAR35T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Resistors
Module.
• N-CAR36T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Inductances
Module.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Wiring up the transformer.
2.- Simulating a drop voltage with the
Transmission Lines Simulation Module (NAE1C) and compensation of drop voltages
through voltage regulator with different
loads (+2,5%,+-5%+-7,5%).
3.- Studying of energy loss in distribution lines.
4.- Studying the drop voltage in function on the
active power.
5.- Studying the drop voltage in function on the
reactive power.
6.- Studying the transmission line without load.
The application AEL-TDTR can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-B. (6 units)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
AEL-PSCL. Parallel and Series Transmission Lines
The AEL-PSCL consists of a set of modules that
represent basically the Transport Electric System,
the Electrical Generation and the Consumption.
The student will understand the main concepts of
Transport Lines, working in series and parallel
configurations.
The AEL-PSCL includes the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-AE1C.
Commutable Transmission
Line Simulation Unit. (2 units)
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit. (2 units)
• N-CAR19T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Capacitors
Module.(2 units)
• N-CAR35T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Resistors
Module.(2 units)
• N-CAR36T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Inductances
Module.(2 units)
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Distribution of power and current among
parallel-connected lines of equal length.
2.- Distribution of power and current among
parallel-connected lines of unequal length.
3.- Distribution of power and current among
series-connected lines of equal length.
4.- Distribution of power and current among
series-connected lines of unequal length.
5.- Load distribution, power flow.
6.- Voltage distribution.
7.- Quantitative and qualitative evaluations of
operational relationships.
The application AEL-PSCL can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-B. (6 units)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Distribution and Transmission Trainers
Advanced Distribution and Transmission Trainers
AEL-TSSG. Transmission Systems with Synchronous Generator
The AEL-TSSG is designed to train the students in
the different operations performed in actual
electrical grids, such as parallel operations of a
generator and line via the network, control of
reactive and active power, etc.
The AEL-TSSG includes:
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Power distribution in a line network fed by a
generator.
2.- Parallel operation of a generator and line via
the network.
3.- Control of active power feed.
Modules:
4.- Control of reactive power feed.
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-AVR/P.
Automatic
Regulator.
Vo l t a g e
Additional practical possibilities with the optional
module “N-ERP-PGC-01":
• N-ASYB.
Basic Synchronization Module.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit.
This module allows the students to make
operations carried out in the large electrical
generators:
• N-VVCA5K.
5 kW Motor Speed Controller.
• N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
Resistors Module.
5.- Island grid operations.
6.- Parallel grid operations.
7.- Manual voltage regulation operations.
• N-CAR36T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Inductances
Module.
8.- Manual frequency regulation operations.
• N-AE1C.
9.- Transference of manual to automatic
voltage regulation operations.
Commutable Transmission
Line Simulation Module.
Generator:
• GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5 kWA Generator-Motor
Group.
Optional module:
10.- Transference of manual to automatic
frequency regulation operations.
11.- Studying of the power factor regulation of
synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation.
12.- Studying of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in island mode.
Optionally, the students can carry out advanced
operations of synchronization and control of the
generator-motor group including in the basic
option the following module:
13.- Studying of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in parallel grid mode.
• N-ERP-PGC-01. Generator Protection and
Control Relay Unit.
14.- Studying of excitation/voltage regulation in
island mode.
The application AEL-TSSG can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-M.
• N-RACK-B. (4 units) + (1 unit if optional module
is acquired)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
15.- Studying of excitation/voltage regulation in
parallel grid mode.
16.- Analysis of active and reactive power.
17.- Automatic control of active power.
18.- Automatic control of reactive power.
19.- Studying of the micro-grids.
Generator protection:
20.- Overcurrent protection.
21.- Overvoltage and undervoltage protection
of the synchronous generator.
22.- Reverser power protection.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Distribution and Transmission Trainers
Advanced Distribution and Transmission Trainers
AEL-HVDC. High Voltage DC Transmission Lines
The AEL-HVDC application is designed to study
the advantages of DC transmission lines versus
AC transmission lines. The advantage of AELHVDC against AC is the ability to transfer large
amounts of power on long distances with lower
wastes.
DC technology is better in these situations:
Undersea connections, power transmission and
stabilization between unsynchronized AC
distribution systems, remote connection of
generating plants from power grid – stabilization
of AC grid, connection between countries with
different current frequency/voltage.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Study and comparison of power losses
between AEL-HVDC and AC Transmission
Lines with the network analyzers.
2.- A d v a n t a g e s o f H i g h Vo l t a g e D C
Transmission Lines.
3.- Relation between length of line and costs in
AC and DC line.
The AEL-HVDC includes the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-AE1C.
Commutable Transmission Line
Simulation Module.
• N-DCTL.
DC Transmission Line.
• N-REFT.
Three-phase Resistor Load with
commutator.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit.
• N-EAL-DC. DC Network Analyzer Unit.
The application AEL-HVDC can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-B. (3 units)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Loads Trainers
Basic Load Controller Trainers
AEL-MRPC. Manual Reactive Power Compensation
The Manual Reactive Power Compensation (AELMRPC) is a modular application designed to
study the reactive power effects in the
transmission lines due to the reactive loads.
The AEL-MRPC consists of the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-AE1C.
Commutable Transmission
Line Simulation Unit.
• N-CAR36T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Inductances
Module.
• N-CAR35T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Resistors Module.
• N-CAR19T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit. (2 units)
The application AEL-MRPC can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-B. (3 units)
• N-RACK-M.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Studying of the energy power losses on the
transport lines according the reactive and
active power flows.
2.- Comparison the energy losses using
capacitor banks compensation.
3.- Calculating of necessary capacitive load in
order to carry out the adequate power
factor correction.
4.- Studying different classes of reactive
compensation methods: general
compensation, local compensation, etc.
5.- Measurement of active power consumed by
a receiver (resistive circuit).
6.- Measurement of the inductance of a coil.
7.- Measurement of the reactance X L
considering RL.
8.- Measurement of reactive power consumed
by a receiver (inductive circuit).
9.- Measurement of reactive power consumed
by a receiver (capacitive circuit).
10.- Measurement of apparent power consumed
by a receiver.
11.- Measurement of power factor of a receiver.
12.- Measurement of active energy consumed by
a receiver.
13.- Measurement of reactive energy consumed
by a receiver.
14.- Compensation of reactive energy
(improvement of the power factor).
15.- Comparison of the active energy consumed
after the compensation.
16.- Comparison of the reactive energy
consumed after the compensation.
17.- Measurement of power factor after the
compensation.
AEL-APFC. Single-phase Automatic Power Factor Compensation
The AEL-APFC is an application designed to study
the single phase automatic power factor
controllers installed in the energy utilization points.
In some places where the reactive energy
consumption is high, distribution lines may be
overload and it is necessary to install power factor
compensators.
The AEL-APFC consists of a single phase automatic
power factor controller of six compensation steps
that work together resistor and inductor loads.
The AEL-APFC consists of the following modules:
• N-ALI02.
Main Power Supply.
• N-CFPS.
Single-phase Automatic Power
Factor Controller.
• N-CAR19S4D. Single-Phase Digital Capacitor
Banks Module.
• N-IND.
Variable Inductive Load with
commutator. (2 units)
• N-REF.
Resistor Load with commutator.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Studying the reactive power compensation
for static loads.
2.- Comparison of the reactive energy before
and after of power factor compensation.
3.- Optimum configuration of the reactive
power controller.
4.- Checking the compensation control unit
applying different reactive power levels.
5.- Practical case in which the user carries out
manually the reactive energy compensation.
AEL-APFC
The application AEL-APFC can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-M.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Loads Trainers
Basic Load Controller Trainers
AEL-EECFP. Advanced Power Factor Controller
In the power supply points of the electrical
distribution grids to which big industries are
connected, there are important reactive energy
consumptions that could overload the distribution
lines as well as the utilities' transformers.
In order to solve this problem, there are power
factor compensators installed in the industries.
The Advanced Power Factor Controller (AELEECFP) consists of an automatic reactive power
controller of six compensation steps that works
together with several type of loads: Induction
motor, resistive and reactive variable loads and
brake, are the main loads of this trainer.
The AEL-EECFP consists of the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-CFP.
Advanced Power Factor
Controller Module.
The N-CFP Module includes
a FCP control strategy, an
algorithm to minimize the
amount of compensation
operations.
The N-CFP module can take
measurements of power
factor, line voltage, currents
and THD. Besides, this
module has six lamps to
indicate the compensation
step.
• EMT7.
Asynchronous three-phase
motor of squirrel cage.
• FRECP.
Eddy Current Brake.
• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller.
• N-CAR19T4D. T h r e e - P h a s e D i g i t a l
Capacitor Banks Module.
• N-CAR35T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Resistors
Module.
• N-CAR36T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Inductances
Module.
• N-EAL.
• N-VVCA/M.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Measuring the maximum and minimum
reactive power levels of the grid.
2.- Studying the reactive power compensation
for static loads.
3.- Studying the reactive power compensation
for dynamic loads: induction motor
coupled to eddy currents brake.
4.- Measuring the reactive power consumed by
a reactive receptor.
5.- Measuring the reactive power consumed by
a capacitive receptor.
6.- Comparison of the reactive energy before
and after of power factor compensation.
7.- Optimum configuration of the reactive
power controller.
8.- Checking the compensation control unit
applying different reactive power levels.
9.- Practical case in which the user carries out
manually the reactive energy compensation.
10.- Real practical exercise with static and
dynamic loads. Verification of the
automatic compensation.
Network Analyzer Unit.
AC Motor Speed Controller.
The application AEL-EECFP can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-A.
• N-RACK-B. (2 units)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Loads Trainers
Basic Load Controller Trainers
AEL-DLT. Dynamic Loads Trainer
The Dynamic Loads Trainer (AEL-DLT) is a
complete application designed to study the
behaviour of the dynamic loads in the field of the
electrical generation, the electrical transmission
and loads.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Studying dynamic loads (three-phase
induction motor).
2.- Power measurements.
This AEL-DLT consists the following modules:
3.- Active power measurement.
• N-SERV1K.
1 kW Servomotor Module.
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
• EMT7.
Asynchronous three-phase
motor of squirrel cage.
• N-ALI03.
AC Auxiliary Power Supply.
• N-ARR01.
Manual Star-Delta Starter.
• N-TRANS03.
Three-phase Autotransformer.
• N-REL02.
Thermal Relay (1.6 - 2.5 A).
• N-CON01.
3-pole Contactor (24 Vac).
4.- Reactive power measurement.
5.- Reverse active power measurement and
switch-off induction motor.
6.- Studying load curve of Star-Delta starter
maneuver of three-phase induction motor.
The application AEL-DLT can be mounted on rack
(option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-A.
• N-RACK-B.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Loads Trainers
Basic Load Controller Trainers
AEL-AI8. Reactive Power Compensation (Power Factor Correction)
Reactive Power can be described as the
quantity of “unused” power that is developed by
reactive components, such as inductors or
capacitors in an AC circuit or system. The power
factor (PF) is defined as the ratio between the
active power in watts and the apparent power in
volt-amperes and indicates how effectively
electrical power is being used.
In the power supply points of the electrical
distribution grids to which big industries are
connected, there are important reactive energy
consumptions that could overload the distribution
lines as well as the utilities' transformers. In order
to solve this problem, there are power factor
compensators installed in the industries.
The Reactive Power Compensation (Power Factor
Correction) “AEL-AI8“ includes the following
modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit.
• N-CAR19T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
• N-CAR36T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Inductances
Module.
•N-CAR35T3. T h r e e - P h a s e B a n k o f
Commutable Resistors Module.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Measurement of active power consumed by
a receiver (resistive circuit).
2.- Measurement of the inductance of a coil.
3.- M e a s u r e m e n t o f t h e r e a c t a n c e X L
considering RL.
4.- Measurement of reactive power consumed
by a receiver (inductive circuit).
5.- Measurement of reactive power consumed
by a receiver (capacitive circuit).
6.- Measurement of apparent power consumed
by a receiver.
7.- Measurement of power factor of a receiver.
8.- Measurement of active energy consumed by
a receiver.
9.- Measurement of reactive energy consumed
by a receiver.
10.- C o m p e n s a t i o n o f r e a c t i v e e n e r g y
(improvement of the power factor).
11.- Comparison of the active energy consumed
after the compensation.
12.- Comparison of the reactive energy
consumed after the compensation.
13.- Measurement of power factor after the
compensation.
AEL-AI8
The application AEL-AI8 can be mounted on rack
(option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-B. (4 units)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
AEL-AE6. Energy Counters Control Trainer
The Energy Counters Control Trainer (AEL-AE6)
includes the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-REF.
Resistor Load with commutator.
(4 units)
• N-MED72. Energy Counter.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Identification of the elements of the main
power supply.
2.- Checking the main power supply.
3.- To measure the energy consumed by the
load with the energy counter.
The application AEL-AE6 can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
AEL-AE6
Option A:
This application needs the following rack:
• N-RACK-A.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Loads Trainers
Advanced Loads Control
AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer
A smart grid is an electrical grid that uses information and communications technology to gather and act on information about the behaviours of
suppliers and consumers, in an automated fashion to improve the efficiency, reliability, economics, and sustain ability of the production and
distribution of electricity.
Why using a Smart Grid?
Reliability, flexibility, efficiency, load adjustment, sustain ability and demand response are the main factors that allow a better control over the
electrical energy parameters.
The AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer, developed by EDIBON, reflects all these characteristics and will allow the user to carry out real
appliances related to current Smart Grids.
Key features:
Managing real Smart Grid devices used by prestigious utilities.
Learning about what are the operations between the utilities and the final user.
Real time monitoring, remote management and verification of the network quality.
Bidirectional communication between the Utility (the student) and the Smart Meter.
The final customer can carry out an optimal consumption at home. Learning how to use an actual Home Energy Management System.
Scheduling switching schemes, visualizing and comparing the consumption with different loads.
Configuring virtual scenes with different sensors and actuators to achieve the optimal consumption and other possibilities to automate the
consumption.
Remote controlling of smart devices from programming software.
Simulating electric heating and programming optimal consumption.
Simulation of selling electricity to the grid.
Measuring the input and output power flows generated by the wind turbine (generator-motor group).
Network Analyzer Unit with oscilloscope display to perform an advanced Net Metering.
Possibility to use additional smart meters and optional accessories.
The AEL-FUSG Trainer consists of three main trainers and a set of static and dynamic loads.
The complete system consist of:
a) AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer.
b) AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy Trainer.
c) AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid - Net Metering Trainer.
d) AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads.
e) Optional accessories.
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Advanced Loads Control
AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer (continuation)
a) AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer.
To understand how current utilities work in the Electrical Grids EDIBON offers the Final User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer (AEL-FUSG-M), a
real Smart Grid System where the user can manage an actual Smart Meter. It is a trainer that reflects the real operation of current Smart Grids. The
purpose of the AEL-FUSG-M is to make the user understand how utilities work in a real smart grid environment.
This trainer consist of the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-CTT.
Data Concentrator Module.
• N-SM.
Smart Meter Module.
• Configuration and control software (platform web).
b) AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy Trainer.
It is a trainer that reflects the real operation of actual Home Energy Management Systems. The purpose of this trainer is to make the user
understand how smart devices work in a smart home or industrial environment, controlling the most significant loads. Through the AEL-FUSG-E
Trainer the user will manage the monitoring, programming of consumptions and visualization of the load profile through smart devices. A great
characteristic is that all smart devices use ZigBee communication (wireless communication).
This trainer consist of the following modules:
• N-HPM.
Home Power Module.
• N-WLSM. Wireless Light Sensor Module.
• N-WSM.
Wireless Switches Module.
• N-IOWM. Wireless Outputs Module. (4 units)
• N-CON02. 3-Pole Contactor. (4 units)
• Control and programming software.
c) AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid - Net Metering Trainer.
Through this Trainer the user can simulate the sale or consumption of the generated energy. Thus, the user will learn different simulations, such as
selling electricity to the grid, Net Metering and measuring the input and output power flows generated by the Renewable Energy simulators.
This trainer consist of the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-PFD.
Power Flow Distribution Module.
• N-EALDG. Network Analyzer Unit with Computer Data Acquisition + Oscilloscope Display.
• N-VREG.
Voltage Regulator Module.
• N-ASY.
Synchronoscope Module.
• N-REL46. Thermal Electric Motor Protection Module.
• N-VVCA4K. 4 KW Motor Controller Module.
• GMG4K. 4 KW Generator-Group.
d) AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads.
In order to simulate different real consumptions and to carry out all the practical possibilities proposed, AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer
requires a set of static and dynamic loads.
It consists of:
• N-REV.
Variable Resistor.
• N-LAM16. Halogen Lamp.
• N-IND.
Variable Inductive Load with commutator.
• N-CAR19. Single-Phase Commutable Capacitor Load.
• N-LAM32. LED Lamp.
• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed Controller.
• N-REF.
Resistor Load with commutator. (4 units)
• EMT12.
Universal Motor.
• FRECP.
Eddy Current Brake.
• EH.
Electric Heating Module.
e) Optional accessories.
For AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer:
-OSM. Additional Smart Meter with AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads.
For AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy Trainer:
It can be included a series of home automation modules to complete the knowledge about smart control systems:
-AEL-HP-EM. Home Emergency Module.
-AEL-HP-SE. Home Security Module.
-AEL-HE-EN. Home Energy Module.
For AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid- Net Metering Trainer:
It can be included a set of modules to simulate different renewable enery power generation:
-PPINV.
Photovoltaic Panel with Inverter.
-SWTI.
Small Wind Turbine with Inverter.
For AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads:
Optionally, in order to study the automatic reactive power compensation the AEL-FUSG-LO can be supplied with the following application:
-N-APFC.
Single-phase Automatic Power Factor Compensation.
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Advanced Loads Control
AEL-FUSG. Final User Smart Grid Trainer (continuation)
Some practical possibilities:
AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid – Smart Meter Trainer:
1.- Communication process with the data concentrator.
2.- Remote control of the smart meter relay.
3.- Real time monitoring of the energy consumed by the loads.
4.- Power factor comparison with different load combinations using the data concentrator web server.
5.- Comparison of the energy consumption from the utility point of view (with the platform integrated in the data concentrator) and from the final
user point of view (using the smart meter display).
6.- Power factor correction using capacitor banks. The student can configure different loads and analyze the quality of energy in real time.
7.- Instantaneous measurement of the current, voltage, active power and power factor.
NOTE: All practical exercises above can be done remotely, as actual utilities do with real Smart Grids.
AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid-Smart Energy Trainer:
8.- Studying the energy efficiency increase by using capacitor banks to compensate the reactive power of loads.
9.- Real time monitoring of local consumptions with induction, resistor or capacitive loads.
10.- Simulation of different consumptions and scheduling of the Home Energy Management System devices by the final customer.
11.- Study of the optimal load demand and programming the smart devices according to different programming schemes.
12.- Controlling and programming the loads maximum accumulated consumption.
13.- Programming the panel´s inputs and outputs.
14.- Illumination control.
15.- Temperature control system.
16.- Programming the moment of the activating of washing machine.
17.- Remote scheduling of smart devices (Smart relays, thermostat, different sensors, etc.).
18.- Developing switching schemes for appliances connected to the smart relays or thermostat with the management platform.
Practical exercises of AEL-FUSG-E Trainer with AEL-FUSG-M Trainer:
19.- Measurement of energy consumption at home or by an industrial consumer and comparison of this measurement with the utility´s register
(smart meter).
20.- Simulation of different consuming periods and scheduling of the Home Energy Management System devices.
21.- Telemetering of the energy consumed by the loads using the data concentrator platform.
AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid-Net Metering Trainer.
22.- Synchronization operations of the generator.
23.- Real time monitoring of local consumptions with induction, resistor or capacitive loads.
24.- Simulation of renewable energy generation through Generator-Motor Group.
25.- Measurement of the energy generated by the Generator-Motor Group.
26.- Net Metering. Measuring the energy consumed and the energy injected to the grid and, finally, measuring the positive or negative energy
balance.
27.- Measuring of the energy consumption by the loads without generator.
28.- Measuring the energy consumption by the loads with the generator and the grid controlling the power flows from the generator.
29.- Net-Metering operations: selling energy to the grid.
Other practical exercises that can be carry out with AEL-FUSG Trainer (complete system):
30.- Measurement of energy consumption at home or by an industrial consumer and comparison of this measurement with the utility´s register
(smart meter).
31.- Remote scheduling of Smart devices (Smart plug, Smart relays, thermostat, different sensors, etc.)
32.- Development of switching schemes through the management platform for appliances connected to the smart plugs, smart relays or the
thermostat.
33.- Scheduling the energy consumption for optimal periods of sunlight.
For more information see AEL-FUSG catalogue. Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units/energy/smartgrid/AEL-FUSG.pdf
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Loads Trainers
Advanced Loads Control
AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid-Smart Meter Trainer
To understand how current utilities work in the
Electrical Grids, EDIBON offers the Final User
Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer (AEL-FUSG-M),
a real Smart Grid System where the user can
manage an actual Smart Meter.
AEL-FUSG-M is a trainer that reflects the real
operation of current Smart Grids. The purpose of
the AEL-FUSG-M is to make the user understand
how utilities work in a real smart grid environment.
The complete system consists of:
a) AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid Smart Meter Trainer.
b) Required accessories.
c) Optional accessories.
a) AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid - Smart
Meter Trainer, consist of the following
modules:
• N-ALI01. Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-CTT. Data Concentrator Module.
• N-SM. Smart Meter Module.
• Configuration and control software
(platform web).
b) Required accessories:
In order to simulate different real consumptions
and to carry out all the practical possibilities
proposed, AEL-FUSG-M Trainer requires a set
of static and dynamic loads.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Communication process with the data
concentrator.
2.- Remote control of the smart meter relay.
3.- Real time monitoring of the energy
consumed by the loads.
4.- Power factor comparison with different load
combinations using the data concentrator
web server.
5.- Comparison of the energy consumption
from the utility point of view (with the platform
integrated in the data concentrator) and
from the final user point of view (using the
smart meter display).
6.- Power factor correction using capacitor
banks. The student can configure different
loads and analyze the quality of energy in
real time.
7.- Instantaneous measurement of the current,
voltage, active power and power factor.
NOTE: All practical exercises can be done
remotely, as actual utilities do with real
Smart Grids.
For more information see AEL-FUSG-M catalogue.
Click on the following link:
AEL-FUSG-M
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units/
energy/smartgrid/AEL-FUSG-M.pdf
The following loads must be acquired:
AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads, formed by:
• N-REV.
Variable Resistor.
• N-LAM16. Halogen Lamp.
• N-IND.
Variable Inductive Load
with commutator.
• N-CAR19. Single-Phase Commutable
Capacitor Load.
• N-LAM32. LED Lamp.
• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed
Controller.
• N-REF.
Resistor Load with
commutator. (4 units)
• EMT12.
Universal Motor.
• FRECP.
Eddy Current Brake.
• EH.
Electric Heating Module.
c) Optional accessories:
For AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart GridSmart Meter Trainer:
OSM.
Additional Smart Meter with AELFUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads.
For AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads:
AEL-APFC. Single-phase Automatic Power
Factor Compensation.
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Loads Trainers
Advanced Loads Control
AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid-Smart Energy Trainer
The Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy Trainer
(AEL-FUSG-E) is a trainer that reflects the real
operation of actual Home Energy Management
Systems. The purpose of this trainer is to make the
user understand how smart devices work in a
smart home or industrial environment, controlling
the most significant loads. Through the AELFUSG-E Trainer the user will manage the
monitoring, programming of consumptions and
visualization of the load profile through smart
devices. A great characteristic is that all smart
devices use ZigBee communication protocol
(wireless communication).
The complete system consists of:
a) AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart
Energy Trainer.
b) Required accessories.
c) Optional accessories.
a) AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart
Energy Trainer, consist of the following
modules:
• N-HPM. Home Power Module.
• N-WLSM. Wireless Light Sensor Module.
• N-WSM. Wireless Switches Module.
• N-IOWM. Wireless Outputs Module. (4 units)
• N-CON02. 3-Pole Contactor. (4 units)
• Control and programming software.
b) Required accessories:
In order to simulate different real consumptions
and to carry out all the practical possibilities
proposed AEL-FUSG-E trainer requires a set of
static and dynamic loads.
The following loads must be acquired:
AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads, formed by:
• N-REV.
Variable Resistor.
• N-LAM16. Halogen Lamp.
• N-IND.
Variable Inductive Load
with commutator.
• N-CAR19. Single-Phase Commutable
Capacitor Load.
• N-LAM32. LED Lamp.
• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed
Controller.
• N-REF.
Resistor Load with
commutator. (4 units)
• EMT12.
Universal Motor.
• FRECP.
Eddy Current Brake.
• EH.
Electric Heating Module.
c) Optional accessories:
For AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid-Smart
Energy Trainer:
It can be included a series of home
automation modules to complete the
knowledge about smart control systems:
The user can acquire three different modules:
AEL-HP-EM. Home Emergency Module.
AEL-HP-SE. Home Security Module.
AEL-HE-EN. Home Energy Module.
For AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads:
AEL-APFC. Single-phase Automatic Power
Factor Compensation.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Studying the energy efficiency increase by
using capacitor banks to compensate the
reactive power of loads.
2.- Real time monitoring of local consumptions
with induction, resistor or capacitive loads.
3.- Simulation of different consumptions and
scheduling of the Home Energy
Management System devices by the final
customer.
4.- Study of the optimal load demand and
programming the smart devices according
to different programming schemes.
5.- Controlling and programming the loads
maximum accumulated consumption.
6.- Programming the panel´s inputs and
outputs.
7.- Illumination control.
8.- Temperature control system.
9.- Programming the moment of the activating
of washing machine.
10.- Remote scheduling of smart devices (Smart
relays, thermostat, different sensors, etc.).
11.- Developing switching schemes for
appliances connected to the smart relays or
thermostat with the management platform.
Practical exercises of AEL-FUSG-E Trainer with
AEL-FUSG-M Trainer:
12.- Measurement of energy consumption at
home or by an industrial consumer and
comparison of this measurement with the
utility´s register (smart meter).
13.- Simulation of different consuming periods
and scheduling of the Home Energy
Management System devices.
14.- Telemetering of the energy consumed by the
loads using the data concentrator platform.
AEL-FUSG-E
For more information see AEL-FUSG-E catalogue.
Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units/
energy/smartgrid/AEL-FUSG-E.pdf
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Applications:
AEL-5.3
Loads Trainers
Advanced Loads Control
AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid-Net Metering Trainer
Through the Final User Smart Grid-Net Metering
Trainer (AEL-FUSG-N) the user can simulate the
sale or consumption of the generated energy.
Thus, the user will learn different simulations, such
as selling electricity to the grid, Net Metering and
measuring the input and output power flows
generated by the Renewable Energy simulators.
The AEL-FUSG-N is a trainer that reflects actual
operations about Net-Metering, auto consumption and electricity selling.
The complete system consists of:
a) AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid - Net
Metering Trainer.
b) Required accessories.
c) Optional accessories.
a) AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid - Net
Metering Trainer.
It consists of the following modules:
• N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-PFD.
Power Flow Distribution Module.
• N-EALDG. Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition +
Oscilloscope Display.
• N-VREG.
Voltage Regulator Module.
• N-ASY.
Synchronoscope Module.
• N-REL46. Thermal Electric Motor
Protection Module.
• N-VVCA4K. 4 KW Motor Controller Module.
• GMG4K. 4 KW Generator-Group.
b) Required accessories:
In order to simulate different real consumptions
and to carry out all the practical possibilities
proposed AEL-FUSG-N trainer requires a set of
static and dynamic loads.
The following loads must be acquired:
AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads, formed by:
• N-REV.
Variable Resistor.
• N-LAM16. Halogen Lamp.
• N-IND.
Variable Inductive Load
with commutator.
• N-CAR19. Single-Phase Commutable
Capacitor Load.
• N-LAM32. LED Lamp.
• N-VVCC/M. DC Motor Speed
Controller.
• N-REF.
Resistor Load with
commutator. (4 units)
• EMT12.
Universal Motor.
• FRECP.
Eddy Current Brake.
• EH.
Electric Heating Module.
c) Optional accessories:
For AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid-Net
Metering Trainer:
It can be included a set of modules to simulate
different renewable enery power generation:
PPINV.
Photovoltaic Panel with Inverter.
SWTI.
Small Wind Turbine with Inverter.
For AEL-FUSG-LO. Smart Grid Loads:
AEL-APFC. Single-phase Automatic Power
Factor Compensation.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Synchronization operations of the
generator.
2.- R e a l t i m e m o n i t o r i n g o f l o c a l
consumptions with induction, resistor or
capacitive loads.
3.- Simulation of renewable energy generation
through Generator-Motor Group.
4.- Measurement of the energy generated by
the Generator-Motor Group.
5.- Net Metering. Measuring the energy
consumed and the energy injected to the
grid and, finally, measuring the positive or
negative energy balance.
6.- Measuring of the energy consumption by
the loads without generator.
7.- Measuring the energy consumption by the
loads with the generator and the grid
controlling the power flows from the
generator.
8.- Net-Metering operations: selling energy to
the grid.
Additional practical possibilities:
If the user acquires the AEL-FUSG-M. Final
User Smart Grid - Smart Meter Trainer and AELFUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid - Smart Energy
Trainer, then he can perform, among many
others, the following practical exercises:
9.- Measurement of energy consumption at
home or by an industrial consumer and
comparison of this measurement with the
utility´s register (smart meter).
10.- Remote scheduling of Smart devices (Smart
plug, Smart relays, thermostat, different
sensors, etc.) according to the tariff
proposed by the utilities.
11.- Development of switching schemes
through the management platform for
appliances connected to the smart plugs,
smart relays or the thermostat.
12.- Scheduling the energy consumption for
optimal periods of sunlight.
For more information see AEL-FUSG-N catalogue.
Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units/
energy/smartgrid/AEL-FUSG-N.pdf
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AEL-5.4
Relays Protection Trainers
Fundamental Concepts
AEL-CTFP. Current Transformer Fundaments for Protections Devices
The AEL-CTFP intends to demonstrate the
students which the main functions of current
transformers are and which the parameters that
must be considered in order to choose the
adequate current transformer are.
Some Practical Possibilities:
1.- Secondary current transformer as a function
of the primary current.
2.- Effect of the load on current ratio error.
3.- Check rated overcurrent factor.
It includes:
• N-ALI01. Industrial Main Power Supply.
4.- Transformer circuit in three-wire system.
• N-TRTC.
Three-Phase Current Transformer.
5.- Transformer circuit in four-wire system.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit. (2 units)
6.- Determination of zero residual current.
• N-REVT.
Three-phase Variable Resistor.
• N-REFT.
Three-phase Resistor Load with
commutator.
The application AEL-CTFP can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-A.
• N-RACK-B.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
AEL-VTFP. Voltage Transformer Fundaments for Protections Devices
The AEL-VTFP intends to demonstrate the students
which the main functions of voltage transformers
are and which the parameters that must be
considered in order to choose the adequate
voltage transformer are.
It includes:
• N-ALI01. Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-TRTV.
Three-Phase Voltage Transformer.
• N-EAL.
Network Analyzer Unit.
• N-REVT. Three-phase Variable Resistor.
• N-REFT. Three-phase Resistor Load with
commutator.
Some Practical Possibilities:
1.- Voltage transformer characteristics.
2.- Calculation of class of accuracy.
3.- Effects of load on the transformation ratio.
4.- Three-Phase voltage transformer in healthy
grid.
5.- Three-Phase voltage transformer in a grid
with earth-fault on the primary side.
The application AEL-VTFP can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-A.
• N-RACK-B.
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Applications:
AEL-5.4
Relays Protection Trainers
Relays Protection Trainers
AEL-ERP. Protection Relays Test Trainer:
It is formed by:
• ERP-UB. Protection Relays Test Unit. (common for all protection relays type “ERP”, and can work with one or serveral
relays).
Protection Relays modules: (to use with the Protection Relays Test Unit (ERP-UB):
• ERP-SFT.
Overcurrent and Earth Fault Protection Relay Module.
• ERP-SDND. Directional/Non Directional Overcurrent Protection Relay Module.
• ERP-PDF. Differential Protection Relay Module.
• ERP-MA. Feeders Management Relay Module.
• ERP-PD.
Distance Protection Relay Module.
•ERP-UB. Protection Relays Test Unit
This is a teaching unit which gives students
theorical and practical experience with several
industrial application relays.
The numerous devices, inputs and outputs,
along with a modular structure, allow to use the
ERP-UB for a wide range of protection
applications simulation and real test of industrial
application numerical relay system.
It includes experiments investigating earth fault,
overcurrent, differential, directional, feeder
management, overvoltage, undervoltage and
distance numerical protection. The unit uses real
industrial protection equipment and techniques.
This unit also covers relay setting and tripping
characteristics, as well as grading and
discrimination under fault conditions, and it
allows students to compare individual relays
characteristics and simultaneous comparison of
any two relays to introduce the topic of
discrimination and protection coordination.
Instrumentation, power supplies, power
transformers, current transformers, voltage
transformers and load resistors are incorporated
in the unit and has an user-friendly desk space
for users to work on.
The test unit will support up to two relays at once.
These can be different relays or both the same
type.
The relays are programmed either directly or
using software, because this unit includes relays
support software which enables users to
program the relays modules on a suitable
computer (computer no included) using
software.
Student connect the relays to the console by
plugging leads into terminals on the front
panels, thus perform experiments and practices
using the unit to set test conditions and control
and monitor relay behaviour.
The unit and relay front panels have schematic
diagrams which help users carry out and
understand the experiments.
Each part of the ERP-UB is correctly identified in
order to facilitate the operation and fast
identification of installations problems.
The ERP-UB also includes the following
modules:
• AE1.
Transmission Lines Simulation
Module.
• ERP-MF. Fault Injection Module.
•ERP-SFT. Overcurrent and Earth Fault Protection Relay Module
Some practical possibilities:
For use with the Protection Relays Test Unit (ERPUB), this relay enables investigations into
1.- Verification of Overcurrent Protection
protection and monitoring of transformers,
functionality.
transmission lines and distribution schemes.
2.- Verification of Phase Overcurrent
The module mounts on the desk area of the
Elements.
Protection Relays Test Unit and by using a multi3.- Ve r i f i c a t i o n o f Re s i d u a l G r o u n d
core cable and safety leads connects to the test
Overcurrent Elements.
unit.
4.- Verification of Phase Instantaneous
The relay is housed in a modern and robust
Overcurrent Protection.
enclosure (steel box) with carrying handles.
5.- Verification of Phase Time-Overcurrent
The relay module is based on the SEL-551/SELProtection.
551C relay, enabling the students to set up
6.Ve
rification of Neutral Ground
different fault circuits on the Protection Relays
Instantaneous Overcurrent Protection.
Test Unit.
7.- Verification of Neutral Ground TimeStudents will use the keypad and display on the
Overcurrent Protection.
relay module to programme it to the setting
needed for the tests. They can also use the relay
8.- Ve r i f i c a t i o n o f Re s i d u a l G r o u n d
support software (supplied with the Protection
Instantaneous Overcurrent Protection.
Relays Test Unit) and computer (available
9.- Verification of Residual Ground Timeseparately, not included in the supply) to
Overcurrent Protection.
programme the relay module. The relay module
10.Verification
of Current Transformer
is then connected to the fault circuits so test can
Measurement accuracy.
be performed.
11.- Power Transformer Overcurrent Protection.
12.- Power Transmission Line Overcurrent
Protection.
13.- Load Feeder Overcurrent Protection.
14.- Distribution System Overcurrent Protection.
15.- Power Transmission System Overcurrent
Protection.
ERP-UB
ERP-SFT
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Relays Protection Trainers
Relays Protection Trainers
AEL-ERP. Protection Relays Test Trainer: (continuation)
•ERP-SDND. Directional/Non Directional Overcurrent Protection Relay Module
A Directional/Non Directional Overcurrent
Relay presented in an educational and teaching
format.
For use with the Protection Relays Test Unit (ERPUB), this relay enables investigations into
protection and monitoring of generator and
transformer schemes, overhead lines,
underground cables and backup on highvoltage systems.
The module mounts on the desk area of the
Protection Relays Test Unit and by using a
multi/core cable and safety leads connects to
the test unit.
The relay is housed in a modern and robust
enclosure (steel box) with carrying handles.
The relay module is based on the SEL-351
industrial application relay, enabling the
students to set up different fault circuits on the
Protection Relays Test Unit. Students will use the
keypad and display on the relay module to
programme it to the setting needed for the tests.
They can also use the software (supplied with the
Protection Relays Test Unit) and computer
(available separately, not included in the supply)
to programme the relay module. The relay
module is then connected to the fault circuits so
test can be performed.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Verification of Directional Protection
functionality.
2.- Directional Protection with different
measurement circuit.
3.- Directional Protection application to
Transmission Line under different load
conditions.
4.- Forward Directional Protection.
5.- Reverse Directional Protection.
6.- Non-Directional Overcurrent Protection.
7.- Residual Ground Time- Overcurrent
Protection.
8.- R e s i d u a l G r o u n d I n s t a n t a n e o u s
Overcurrent Protection.
9.- Verification of Cable Undervoltage
Protection.
10.- Verification of Cable Overvoltage
Protection.
11.- Verification of Current Transformers
Measurements accuracy.
12.- Verification of Voltage Transformers
Measurements accuracy.
13.- Distribution System Directional Protection.
ERP-SDND
•ERP-PDF. Differential Protection Relay Module
The Differential Protection Relay Module (ERPPDF) has to be used with the Protection Relays Test
Unit (ERP-UB), and it enables investigations into
protection of transformers, autotransformers,
generators, Bus Bar and other apparatus with two
windings.
A digital differential protection relay presented in
an educational and teaching format.
The relay clearly demonstrates the
characteristics of three-phase differential
protection, and includes high stability during
‘out-of-zone’ faults, high-speed operation,
zero-sequence current filtering for each winding,
magnetising inrush restraint, amplitude and
vector matching.
The module mounts on the desk area of the
Protection Relays Test Unit and by using a multicore cable and safety leads connects to the test
unit.
The relay is housed in a modern and robust
enclosure (steel box) with carrying handles.
The relay module is based on the SEL-587
industrial application relay, enabling the
students to set up different fault circuits on the
Protection and Relay Test Unit. Students will use
the keypad and display on the relay module to
programme it to the setting needed for the tests.
They can also use the software (supplied with the
Protection Relays Test Unit) and computer
(available separately, not included in the supply)
to programme the relay module. The relay
module is then connected to the fault circuits so
test can be performed.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Verification of Differential Protection
functionality.
2.- Transformer Differential Protection with
variable TAP's voltage regulation.
3.- Transformer Differential Protection with
different transformer connection
diagrams.
4.- Verification of Phase Instantaneous
Overcurrent Protection for Winding 1.
5.- Verification of Phase Definite TimeOvercurrent Protection for Winding 1.
6.- Verification of Phase Inverse TimeOvercurrent Protection for Winding 1.
7.- Verification of Phase Instantaneous
Overcurrent Protection for Winding 2.
8.- Verification of Phase Definite TimeOvercurrent Protection for Winding 2.
9.- Verification of Phase Inverse TimeOvercurrent Protection for Winding 2.
10.- Verification of Current Transformers
Measurement accuracy.
11.- Po w e r Tr a n s f o r m e r O v e r c u r r e n t
Protection.
12.- D i s t r i b u t i o n S u b s t a t i o n B u s - B a r
Differential Protection.
13.- Transmission Substation Bus -Bar
Differential Protection.
14.- Analysis of Event Reports and Human
Machine Interface.
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AEL-5.4
Relays Protection Trainers
Relays Protection Trainers
AEL-ERP. Protection Relays Test Trainer: (continuation)
•ERP-MA. Feeders Management Relay Module
Some practical possibilities:
Feeders Management Relay Module (ERP-MA)
for use with Protection Relays Test Unit (ERP-UB),
1.- Verification of the Feeder Management
which enables investigations into protection and
Relay functionality.
monitoring of overhead lines, underground
2.- Phase Overcurrent Element of the Feeder
cables and feeders.
Management Relay.
The module mounts on the desk area of the
3.- Residual Ground Overcurrent Element of
Protection Relays Test Unit and by using a multithe Feeder Management Relay.
core cable and safety leads connects to the test
4.- Overvoltage Element of the Feeder
unit.
Management Relay.
The relay is housed in a modern and robust
5.- Undervoltage Element of the Feeder
enclosure (steel box) with carrying handles.
Management Relay.
The relay module is based on the SEL-751
6.- Verification of Phase Instantaneous
industrial application relay, enabling the
Overcurrent Protection.
students to set up different fault circuits on the
7.- Verification of Phase Time-Overcurrent
Protection Relays Test Unit. Students will use the
Protection.
keypad and display on the relay module to
8.- Verification of Residual Overcurrent
programme it to the setting needed for the tests.
Element.
They can also use the software (supplied with the
9.- Verification of Residual Time-Overcurrent
Protection Relays Test Unit) and computer
Element.
(available separately, not included in the supply)
to programme the relay module. The relay
10.- Verification of Neutral Overcurrent
module is then connected to the fault circuits so
Element.
test can be performed.
11.- Verification of Overfrequency Protection
Element.
12.- Verification of Underfrequency Protection
Element.
13.- Verification of Positive (forward) Power
Flow Protection Element.
14.- Verification of Negative (reverse) Power
Flow Protection Element.
15.- Protection of Distribution Feeder Example.
16.- Protection of Overhead Transmission Line
Example.
•ERP-PD. Distance Protection Relay Module
Distance Protection Relay Module (ERP-PD), for
use with the Protection Relays Test Unit (ERP-UB),
enables investigations into protection and
monitoring of overhead transmission lines and
underground cables.
The module mounts on the desk area of the
Protection Relays Test Unit and by using a multicore cable and safety leads connects to the test
unit.
The relay is housed in a modern and robust
enclosure (steel box) with carrying handles.
The relay module is based on the SEL-311
industrial application relay, enabling the
students to set up different fault circuits on the
Protection Relays Test Unit. Students will use the
keypad and display on the relay module to
programme it to the setting needed for the tests.
They can also use the software (supplied with the
Protection Relays Test Unit) and computer
(available separately, not included in the supply)
to programme the relay module. The relay
module is then connected to the fault circuits so
test can be performed.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Verification of Line Distance Protection
functionality.
2.- Line Distance Protection with different
measurement circuit conditions.
3.- Line Distance Protection with different Line
Loads conditions.
4.- Verification of Phase Instantaneous
Overcurrent Element.
5.- Verification of Ground Instantaneous
Overcurrent Element.
6.- Verification of Phase Time-Overcurrent
Protection Element.
7.- Verification of Ground Time-Overcurrent
Protection Element.
8.- Verification of Current Transformer
Measurement accuracy.
9.- Verification of Current Transformers
Connection Diagram.
10.- Verification of Voltage Transformers
Measurement Accuracy and Connection
Diagram for Distance Protection.
11.- Overhead Transmission Line Parameters
Estimation for Distance Protection.
12.- Overhead Transmission Line Distance
Protection.
13.- Distance Protection Event Reports
Analysis.
14.- Distance Protection Relay Human
Machine Interface.
15.- Distance Protection Relay Configuration.
16.- Distance Protection of Simple Power
System Example.
ERP-MA
ERP-PD
For more information see ERP catalogue. Click on the following link:
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Applications:
AEL-5.4
Relays Protection Trainers
Protection Systems in Electrical Loads
AEL-CPT-01. Electrical Machines Protection
The AEL-CPT-01 application has been designed
to study the elementary protections for threephase squirel cage induction motors.
To study the behaviour of the electrical machines
protections, the three-phase squirrel cage
induction motors is coupled to an
electromagnetic powder brake in order to change
the motor load and exceed the nominal
temperature.
Squirrel cage motors are designed for operation
with constant loading. Any change in load, or
high currents when starting up, may cause the
nominal operating temperature to be exceeded.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Studying of configuration of various motor
protection systems.
2.- Studying of motor protection switches.
3.- Studying of motor protection relays.
4.- Studying of thermistor protection circuits.
5.- Load protection for disconnecting the power
supply to the motor.
This application shows how some of the most
important protection circuits work.
AEL-CPT-02. Motor Management Relay
Electrical systems have to be protected against
overload and faults.
When high power electrical machines are
connected to the grid the voltages can vary and
important current peaks occur.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- C o n f i g u r a t i o n a n d o p e r a t i o n o f
management relay.
2.- Programming of basic functions:
Direct starter.
For these reasons, electrical systems must be
protected against short circuits and overloads.
Start-Delta starting.
The AEL-CPT-02 application allows the user to
study and analyze some monitoring and
protection systems of the AC electrical machines
use nowadays.
Motor protection.
Fordward-Reverse operations.
Overload limits.
Switch-off limits.
3.- Load experiments.
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Applications:
AEL-5.4
Relays Protection Trainers
Protection Systems for Generators
AEL-GPRE. Generator Protection Relay Trainer
The Generator Protection Relay Trainer (AELGPRE) has been designed in order to train the
students in the generator protection relays. It is
indispensable that electrical generators are
protected against internal and external faults. For
this reason, it requires that a wide variety of
protective devices are deployed.
The AEL-GPRE includes:
1.- Time overcurrent protection.
2.- Unbalance load protection.
3.- Reverse power protection.
4.- Overvoltage and undervoltage protection.
Additional practical possibilities with the optional
modules:
Modules:
• N-ALI01.
Some practical possibilities:
Industrial Main Power Supply.
• N-ERP-PGC-01. Generator Protection and
Control Relay Unit.
For differential protection relay studies (with
optional module “N-ERP-PDF01"):
5.- Calculating protection operating values.
• N-VVCA5K.
5 kW Motor
Controller.
Speed
6.- Fault recognition within the protection
range.
• N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
• N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
7.- Testing tripping and reset for faults
occurring inside and outside the protection
range.
• N-CAR35T3.
Three-Phase Bank of
C o m m u t a b l e Re s i s t o r s
Module.
• N-ERP-MF01.
Digital Fault Simulation
Module.
8.- Disconnection and de-excitation of the
generator.
9.- Measurement of the operating (pick-up)
currents of the protection device for
symmetrical and asymmetrical faults.
Generator:
10.- Comparison of measured values to set
values.
• GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5 kWA Generator-Motor
Group.
For rotor earth-fault relay studies (with optional
module “N-REP”):
Optional modules:
11.- Connection and testing of earth-fault relay.
Module for differential protection study:
12.- Setting different rotor earth-faults.
• N-ERP-PDF01. Differential Protection Relay
Module.
Module for rotor earth-fault relay study:
• N-REP.
Rotor earth-fautl protection
module.
The application AEL-GPRE can be mounted on
rack (option A) or on rail (option B):
Option A:
This application needs the following racks:
• N-RACK-M.
• N-RACK-B. (3 units)
Optionally the AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench
(Rack) can be supplied to place the rack/s.
Option B:
This application can be mounted on rail.
Optionally the AEL-WBC. Electrical Workbench
(Rail) can be supplied to mount the modules.
See additional elements at the beginning of the
catalogue.
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Applications:
AEL-5.4
Relays Protection Trainers
Protection Systems for Transmission and Distribution Lines
AEL-TPT-01. Overcurrent Time Protection Relay for Lines
Transmission and distribution lines require
efficient protection systems to provide safety,
reliability and quality to the power.
The AEL-TPT-01 application has been developed
to study how work overcurrent time protection
relays.
Some practical possibilites:
1.- Configuration of overcurrent time protection
relay.
2.- Parameterization of overcurrent time
protection relay.
3.- Commissioning of overcurrent time
protection relay.
4.- Configuration of different protection
thresholds.
5.- Generation of different current levels for
tripping operations.
6.- Analysis of different wave forms in real time.
7.- Determining rise and fall time.
8.- Determining the reset ratio.
9.- Setting and testing various characteristics.
10.- Checking a circuit breaker´s release
behaviour in the event of a failure.
AEL-TPT-02. Overvoltage and Undervoltage Protection Relay
Transmission and distribution lines require
efficient protection systems to provide safety,
reliability and quality to the power.
The AEL-TPT-02 application has been developed
to study how work undervoltage and overvoltage
protection relays.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Configuration of over/under voltage
protection relay.
2.- Parameterization of over/under voltage
protection relay.
3.- Commissioning of over/under voltage
protection relay.
4.- Configuration of different protection
thresholds.
5.- Generation of different voltage levels for
tripping operations.
6.- Analysis of different wave forms in real time.
7.- Determining rise and fall times.
8.- Determining the reset ratio.
9.- Setting and testing various characteristics.
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Relays Protection Trainers
Protection Systems for Transmission and Distribution Lines
AEL-TPT-03. Directional Power Protection Relay
Transmission and distribution lines require
efficient protection systems to provide safety,
reliability and quality to the power.
The AEL-TPT-03 application has been developed
to study how work directional power protection
relays.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Configuration of directional power
protection relay.
2.- Parameterization of directional power
protection relay.
3.- Commissioning of directional power
protection relay.
4.- Configuration of directional power
protection relay thresholds.
5.- Generation of different current levels for
tripping operations.
6.- Analysis of different wave forms in real time.
7.- Determining rise and fall times.
8.- Determining the reset ratio.
9.- Implementing protection against reverse
load.
10.- Setting and testing various characteristics.
AEL-TPT-04. Earth-Fault Voltage Protection Relay
Transmission and distribution lines require
efficient protection systems to provide safety,
reliability and quality to the power.
The AEL-TPT-04 application has been developed
to study how work earth-fault voltage protection
relays.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Configuration of earth-fault voltage
protection relay.
2.- Parameterization of earth-fault voltage
protection relay.
3.- Commissioning of earth-fault voltage
protection relay.
4.- Configuration of earth-fault voltage
protection relay thresholds.
5.- Generation of different current levels for
tripping operations.
6.- Analysis of different wave forms in real time.
7.- Determining rise and fall time.
8.- Determining the reset ratio.
9.- Relay responses to momentary and
permanent earth faults.
10.- Setting and testing various characteristics.
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Relays Protection Trainers
Protection Systems for Transmission and Distribution Lines
AEL-TPT-05. Protection Relay of Parallel-Connected Lines
Transmission and distribution lines require
efficient protection systems to provide safety,
reliability and quality to the power.
The AEL-TPT-05 application has been developed
to study how work the protection relays with two
parallel lines connected.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Configuration of directional protection relay.
2.- Parameterization of directional protection
relay.
3.- Commissioning of directional protection
relay.
4.- Configuration of directional protection relay
thresholds.
5.- Generation of different current levels for
tripping operations.
6.- Analysis of different wave forms in real time.
7.- Determining rise and fall times.
8.- Determining the reset ratio.
9.- Combining of directional protection relay
and overcurrent protection relay for
selectivity studies.
10.- Setting and testing various characteristics.
AEL-TPT-06. High Speed Distance Protection Relay
Transmission and distribution lines require
efficient protection systems to provide safety,
reliability and quality to the power.
The AEL-TPT-06 application has been developed
to study how work the distance protection relays.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Configuration of distance protection relay.
2.- Parameterization of distance protection relay.
3.- Commissioning of distance protection relay.
4.- Configuration of distance protection relay
thresholds.
5.- Generation of different current levels for
tripping operations.
6.- Analysis of different wave forms in real time.
7.- Determining rise and fall times.
8.- Determining the reset ratio.
9.- Setting and testing various characteristics:
Distance protection.
Overcurrent time protection.
Voltage protection.
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Applications:
AEL-5.5
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
AEL-CPSS-01S. Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Application, with Automatic
Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA
The AEL-CPSS-01S is an application designed to
study how Smart Grids operate within the large
actual power systems.
Some practical possibilities:
With a series of devices like frequency controller,
AVR (Automatic Voltage Regulator), network
analyzers, transmission line, loads, etc., the
students will learn in depth how the energy is
generated, transported and consumed in a
compact and advanced power system.
1.- Study of generation power systems.
The AEL-CPSS-01S allows the students to carry
out a lot of experiments in the power systems field
due to its flexibility and friendly design: microgrids studies, manual and automatic control of
the synchronous generator, manual and
automatic control of the reactive power, manual
and automatic control of the active power
(generator frequency control), manual and
automatic control of the power factor, energy
losses in the transmission lines, voltages drop in
function of the load, etc.
The AEL-CPSS-01S includes a SCADA Control
System from which the students will carry out
remote control of the power system with the touch
screen and PC included.
The AEL-CPSS-01S includes:
Modules:
With local control mode:
2.- Analysis of the measurements of the power
flows of the synchronous generator.
3.- Analysis of the active and reactive power of
the synchronous generator.
4.- Automatic synchronization maneuvers of
synchronous generator with the mains.
5.- Study of the synchronous generator in island
operation mode.
6.- Study of the Micro-Grids.
7.- Study of the synchronous generator in grid
parallel operation mode.
8.- Study of excitation/voltage regulation of
synchronous generator in island mode.
9.- Study of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in island mode.
10.- Study of excitation/voltage regulation of
synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation mode.
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
12.- Study of the power factor regulation of
synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation mode.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
With remote control mode (with SCADA):
 N-ERP-PGC01.
Generator Protection and
Control Relay Module.
13.- Remotely control of generation power
systems.
 N-AE1CD.
Commutable Transmission
Line Simulator.
14.- Analysis with the SCADA software of
synchronous generator power flows.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
(2 Units)
15.- Analysis with SCADA software of active and
reactive power of synchronous generator.
 N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
of Commutable Resistors
Module.
 N-CAR36T3D.
Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Inductances
Module.
 N-CAR19T3D.
Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
 N-PLC04.
PLC04 Control Module.
Generator:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW
AEL-CPSS-01S
11.- Study of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in parallel grid operation mode.
16.- Remotely control of manual synchronization
of synchronous generator with the mains.
17.- Remotely control of automatic synchronization
of synchronous generator with the mains.
18.- Remotely control of synchronous generator
in island grid operation mode.
19.- Study of Micro-Grids.
20.- Remotely control of synchronous generator
in parallel grid operation mode.
21.- Remotely control of excitation/voltage
regulation of synchronous generator in
island mode.
Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
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Applications:
AEL-5.5
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
AEL-CPSS-02S. Compact Smart Micro-Grids Power Systems Application, with Automatic
Control Generation and Loads, with SCADA
The AEL-CPSS-02S is an application focused in
the field of Smart Micro-Grids Power Systems. It
has been designed to study in depth how actual
Micro-Grids power systems work.
Micro-grids are modern, small-scale versions of
the centralized electricity system. They active
specific local goals, such as reliability, carbon
emission reduction, diversification of energy
sources, and cost reduction, established by the
community being served. Like the bulk power grid,
smart micro-grids generate, distribute, and
regulate the flow of electricity to consumers, but
do so locally. Smart micro-grids are an ideal way
to integrate renewable resources on the
community level and allow for customer
participation in the electricity enterprise. The form
the building blocks of the perfect power system.
The AEL-CPSS-02S consist on a series of smart
devices through which the students will learn in
depth how the energy is generated and consumed
in a Micro-Grid.
The AEL-CPSS-02S allows the students carry out a
large of experiments in the micro-grids field due to
its flexibility and a friendly design: micro-grids
studies, manual and automatic control of the
synchronous generator, the reactive power, the
active power (generator frequency control), the
power factor, etc.
The AEL-CPSS-02S includes a SCADA Control
System from which the students will carry out
remote control of the application with the touch
screen and PC included.
The AEL-CPSS-02S includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-ERP-PGC01. Generator Protection and
Control Relay Module.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
of Commutable Resistors
Module.
 N-PLC04.
PLC04 Control Module.
Generator:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR.
Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC.
Touch Screen and Computer.
Optional application:
The AEL-IPO-01S. Isolated Parallel Operation
application, with SCADA can be acquired as a
supplement to AEL-CPSS-02S to study isolated
parallel operations with two generators in a
Micro-Grid.
The AEL-IOP-01S includes:
Modules:
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-ERP-PGC01. Generator Protection and
Control Relay Module.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-PLC05.
PLC05 Control Module.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
Some practical possibilities:
With local control mode:
1.- Study of generation power systems in MicroGrids.
2.- Analysis of the measurements of the power
flows of the synchronous generator in the
Micro-Grids.
3.- Analysis of the active and reactive power of
the generator in the Micro-Grids.
4.- Automatic synchronization maneuvers of
synchronous generator with the mains.
5.- Study of the synchronous generator in island
operation mode in Micro-Grids.
6.- Study of excitation/voltage regulation of
synchronous generator in island mode in
Micro-Grids.
7.- Study of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in the Micro-Grids.
8.- Study of excitation/voltage regulation of
synchronous in Micro-Grids.
9.- Study of the power factor regulation of the
synchronous generator in Micro-Grids.
With remote control mode (with SCADA):
10.- Remotely control of generation power
systems in Micro-Grids.
11.- Analysis with the SCADA software of
synchronous generator power flows in
Micro-Grids.
12.- Analysis with SCADA software of active and
reactive power of synchronous generator in
Micro-Grids.
13.- Remotely control of synchronous generator
in Micro-Grids.
14.- Remotely control of excitation/voltage
regulation of synchronous generator in
Micro-Grids.
Additional practical possibilities with the Optional
Application “AEL-IPO-01S”:
15.- Control of multiple generator in a standalone network.
16.- Control of multiple generator in parallel
generation mode.
17.- Manual/Automatic frequency control of
synchronous generators.
18.- Manual/Automatic voltage control of
synchronous generators.
19.- Power factor control generator in island
mode.
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AEL-5.5
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
AEL-CPSS-03S. Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Application with Two Parallel
Generators, Two Distribution Lines and Loads, with SCADA
A Smart Grid is an advanced electrical grid that uses
analog information, digital information and
communications technology to gather and act on
information about the behaviour of suppliers and
consumers, in an automated way to improve the efficiency,
reliability, economics, and sustain ability of the production
and distribution of electricity.
The AEL-CPSS-03S is an application that reflects the most
important operations carried out in the actual Smart Grids
Power Systems.
- Generation:
Parallel operations with different renewable energy
sources.
Real time monitoring and control the demanded
energy and the energy production.
Automatic control operations of synchronization.
Parallel operations of hydroelectric, wind turbine
and conventional energy sources.
- Transmission:
Transmission and distribution flow powers.
Energy losses
Distribution transformer with voltage regulator.
Parallel distribution lines
- Consumption:
Active, capacitive and inductive loads.
Automatic power factor compensation.
Feeder protection relay.
Photovoltaic panel with grid inverter for generation.
This application shows different operations of an entire
power system, from the energy is generated until it reaches
the final consumer.
In the generation field, the students will learn how work
different generation systems from three different sources:
conventional energy source like carbon, fuel, gas, etc.;
hydroelectric source, wind source.
The AEL-CPSS-03S includes a SCADA Control System that
will allows the users supervise, control and manage the
generation, transmission and consumption electrical
system.
Disconnector and circuit breakers control.
Data Acquisition of all electrical parameters of the
system.
Manual and automatic control of the generators.
The AEL-CPSS-03S includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-TRANS3/1KR. T h r e e - P h a s e R e g u l a t i o n
Transformer. (3 units)
 N-ERP-MA01. Fe e d e r M a n a g e m e n t Re l a y
Module.
 N-ERP-MF01. Digital Fault Simulator Module.
 N-AE1CD-L1. Line Model 1.
 N-AE1CD-L2. Line Model 2.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with Data
Acquisition Unit. (3 units)
 N-BUS07.
Power Circuit Breaker. (4 units).
 N-ERP-PGC01. Generator Protection Relay
Module.
 N-SERV1K.
1KW Servomotor Module. (2 units)
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer. (2 units)
 EMT6/1K.
1KW Three-Phase Synchronous
Machine.
 EMT8-DF.
1.5KW Three-Phase Induction
Motor with Slip Rings and Wound
Rotor.
 N-CFP.
Advanced Power Factor Controller.
 N-CAR19T4D. Three-Phase Digital Capacitor
Banks Module.
 N-CAR35T3/1.2K. 1.2KW Three-Phase stepvariable resistor load Module.
 N-CAR36T3/0.9K. 0.9Kvar Three-Phase stepvariable inductive load Module.
 N-CAR19T3/0.8K. 0.8Kvar Three-Phase stepvariable capacitive load
Module.
 N-GINV300.
300W Three-Phase Grid Inverter.
 FVP85.
85W Photovoltaic Panel.
 LAMP4.
4 Lamps Panel.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Study of Synchronous Machines.
2.- Study of Asynchronous Machines.
3.- Study of parallel operation with
synchronous generator and the grid.
4.- Study of parallel operation with
asynchronous machine and the grid.
5.- Study of parallel operation of
synchronous generator and
asynchronous machine.
6.- Study of micro-grids.
7.- S t u d y o f P o w e r F a c t o r
Compensation.
8.- Study of brushless motors.
9.- Study of Photovoltaic Grid Plants.
10.- Study of Transformers.
11.- Study of Protection Relays.
12.- Study of drop voltages in function of
the power transmission.
13.- Study of different short-circuits.
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AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCA-P-02S. Generation System with Automatic Control of Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-GCA-P-02S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual/automatic control of synchronous
generator, protection relays and the necessary
operations for synchronization with the mains.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator and the electrical network
in order to make the synchronization operations,
opening and closing maneuvers with
disconnectors and circuit breakers of the
generation substation, etc.
This application includes a series of protection relays
to study different electrical faults.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power
Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-BUS03.
Grid Busbar.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit
with Computer Data
Acquisition. (2 units)
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-AVR/P.
A u t o m a t i c Vo l t a g e
Regulator.
 N-VVCA5K.
5 KW M o t o r S p e e d
Controller.
 N-ASY3PH.
Three-Phase Automatic
Synchronoscope.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
 N-ERP-SFT01.
Overcurrent Protection
Relay Module.
 N-ERP-PDF01.
Differential Protection
Relay Module.
 N-ERP-PGC01.
Generator Protection and
Control Relay Module.
 N-ERP-MF01.
Digital Fault Simulator
Module.
 N-TRANS3/5KSU 5KW Three-Phase StepUp Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KGR. 5KW Three-Phase Grid
Transformer.
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase StepUp Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4 . 5 KW G e n e r a t o rMotor Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
With local control mode:
1.- Studying of generation power systems with
double busbar configuration.
2.- Studying of opening and closing maneuvers
of isolator switches and circuit breaker in
double busbar systems.
3.- Analysis of the measurements of the power
flows of the synchronous generator.
4.- Analysis of the active and reactive power of
the generator.
5.- Manual synchronization maneuvers of
synchronous generator with the mains.
6.- Automatic synchronization maneuvers of
synchronous generator with the mains.
7.- Studying of the synchronous generator in
island operation mode.
8.- Studying of the Micro-Grids.
9.- Studying of the synchronous generator in
grid parallel operation mode.
10.- Studying of excitation/voltage regulation of
synchronous generator in island mode.
AEL-GCA-P-02S
11.- Studying of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in island mode.
12.- Studying of excitation/voltage regulation of
synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation mode.
13.- Studying of turbine regulation (frequency
control) in parallel grid operation mode.
14.- Studying of the power factor regulation of
synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation mode.
15.- Studying of short circuits in different points of
generation power system:
a. Symmetric short circuits: three-phase
short circuits with and without contact
impedance.
b. Asymmetric faults:
i. Two-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
ii. Two-phase to ground shortcircuit with
and without contact impedance.
iii.Single-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
16.- Studying of synchronous generator
protection and control relay.
17.- Studying of differential protection relay.
18.- Studying of overcurrent protection relay.
Remote control mode (with SCADA):
19.- Remotely control of generation power
systems with double busbar.
20.- Remotely control of opening and closing
maneuvers of isolator switches and circuit
breaker in doble busbar systems.
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AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCA-P-02S. Generation System with Automatic Control of Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection Relays, with SCADA (continuation)
Some practical possibilities (continuation):
21.- Analysis with the SCADA software of
synchronous generator power flows.
22.- Analysis with SCADA software of active and
reactive power of synchronous generator.
23.- Remotely control of manual synchronization
of synchronous generator with the mains.
24.- R e m o t e l y c o n t r o l o f a u t o m a t i c
synchronization of synchronous generator
with the mains.
25.- Remotely control of synchronous generator in
island grid operation mode.
26.- Studying of Micro-Grids.
27.- Remotely control of synchronous generator in
parallel grid operation mode.
28.- Remotely control of excitation/voltage
regulation of synchronous generator in island
mode.
29.- Remotely control of the turbine regulation
(frequency control) in island operation mode.
30.- Remotely control of excitation/ voltage
regulation of the synchronous generator in
parallel grid operation mode.
32.- Remotely control of turbine regulation
(frequency control) in parallel grid operation
mode.
33.- Remotely control of power factor regulation
of synchronous generator in parallel grid
operation mode.
34.- Remotely control of short circuits in different
points of the generation power system:
a. Symmetric short circuits: three-phase
short circuits with and without contact
impedance.
b. Asymmetric faults:
i. Two-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
ii. Two-phase to ground shortcircuit with
and without contact impedance.
iii.Single-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
35.- Supervision of TRIPS from the SCADA
software (protection relays shooting) in the
power system.
36.- Remotely control of the synchronous
generator protection and control relay.
37.- Remotely control of the differential protection
relay.
38.- Remotely control of the overcurrent protection
relay.
39.- Supervision of the electrical parameters of the
generation system with the SCADA software.
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AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCA-02S. Generation System with Automatic Control of Synchronous Generator
and Synchronization, with SCADA
The AEL-GCA-02S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual/automatic control of synchronous
generator and the necessary operations for
synchronization with the mains.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator and the electrical network
in order to make the synchronization operations,
opening and closing maneuvers with disconnectors
and circuit breakers of the generation substation,
etc.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power
Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-BUS03.
Grid Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic
Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit
with Computer Data
Acquisition. (2 units)
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-ASY3PH.
Three-Phase Automatic
Synchronoscope.
 N-VVCA5K.
5 KW M o t o r S p e e d
Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
 N-ERP-PGC01.
Generation Protection and
Control Relay Module.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual/automatic frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual/automatic current excitation
control of the synchronous generator.
3.- Manual/automatic generation output
control of the synchronous generator.
4.- Manual/automatic power factor control of
the synchronous generator.
5.- Manual/automatic power flows control of
the synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- M a n u a l / a u t o m a t i c o p e r a t i o n f o r
synchronization of the synchronous
generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
AEL-GCA-02S
Vo l t a g e
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-
Up Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KGR. 5KW Three-Phase Grid
Transformer.
 TRANS3/5KSU.
5KW Three-Phase StepUp Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH.
4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCA-P-03S. Automatic Synchronization System of Synchronous Generator with
Servomotor and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-GCA-P-03S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual/automatic control of synchronous
generator and the necessary operations for
synchronization with the mains.
Besides, this application includes a series of
protection relays in order to make different short
circuit tests.
The speed of generator-motor group is controlled
through servomotor.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator moved by means of
servomotor and the electrical network in order to
make the synchronization operations.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual/automatic frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual/automatic current excitation control
of the synchronous generator.
3.- Manual/automatic generation output
control of the synchronous generator.
4.- Manual/automatic power factor control of
the synchronous generator.
5.- Manual/automatic power flows control of
the synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- M a n u a l / a u t o m a t i c o p e r a t i o n f o r
synchronization of the synchronous
generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
9.- Studying of the following protection relays:
differential protection relay of the step-up
transformer and the generator protection
relay.
10.- Studying of the following short circuits types:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase to ground short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
11.- Adjusting of protection relay depending of
the situation.
12.- Analyzing of the electrical faults transients
with a special software.
AEL-GCA-03S. Automatic Synchronization System of Synchronous Generator with
Servomotor, with SCADA
The AEL-GCA-03S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual/automatic control of synchronous
generator and the necessary operations for
synchronization with the mains.
The speed of generator-motor group is controlled
through servomotor.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator moved by means of
servomotor and the electrical network in order to
make the synchronization operations.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual/automatic frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual/automatic current excitation control
of the synchronous generator.
3.- Manual/automatic generation output
control of the synchronous generator.
4.- Manual/automatic power factor control of
the synchronous generator.
5.- Manual/automatic power flows control of
the synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- M a n u a l / a u t o m a t i c o p e r a t i o n f o r
synchronization of the synchronous
generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
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Applications:
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Isolated Grid Studies
AEL-GCA-P-01S. Generation System with Automatic Control of Synchronous Generator
in an Isolated Grid and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-GCA-P-01S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual/automatic control of synchronous generator
in an isolated grid and protection relays, with SCADA.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator and different protection
relays to study electrical faults.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
 N-ERP-MF01. Digital Fault Simulator
Module.
 N-ERP-PGC01. Generation Protection and
Control Relay Module.
 N-ERP-PDF01. Differential Protection
Relay Module.
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual/automatic frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual/automatic current excitation control
of the synchronous generator.
3.- Manual/automatic generation output
control of the synchronous generator.
4.- Manual/automatic power factor control of
the synchronous generator.
5.- Manual/automatic power flows control of
the synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- Studying of the following protection relay,
differential protection relay of the step-up
transformer and the generator protection
relay.
8.- Studying of the following short circuits types:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase to ground short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
9.- Adjusting of protection relay depending of
the situation.
10.- Analyzing of the electrical faults transients
with a special software.
AEL-GCA-P-01S
AEL-GCA-01S. Generation System with Automatic Control of Synchronous Generator
in an Isolated Grid, with SCADA
The AEL-GCA-01S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual/automatic control of synchronous
generator in an isolated grid with SCADA.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration and
one synchronous generator.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
 N-ERP-PGC01. Generation Protection and
Control Relay Module.
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual/automatic frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual/automatic current excitation control
of the synchronous generator.
3.- Manual/automatic generation output
control of the synchronous generator.
4.- Manual/automatic power factor control of
the synchronous generator.
5.- Manual/automatic power flows control of
the synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
AEL-GCA-01S
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Manual Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCM-P-02S. Generation System with Manual Control of Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-GCM-P-02S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual control of synchronous generator,
protection relays and the necessary operations for
synchronization with the mains.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator and the electrical network
in order to make the synchronization operations.
Besides, this application includes a series of
protection relays to study different electrical faults.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-BUS03.
Grid Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
(2 units)
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-ASY3PH.
Three-Phase Automatic
Synchronoscope.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual current excitation control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual generation output control of the
synchronous generator.
4.- Manual power factor control of the
synchronous generator.
5.- Manual power flows control of the
synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- Manual operation for synchronization of the
synchronous generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
9.- Studying of the following protection relays:
the overcurrent and earth fault protection
relay and the differential protection relay.
AEL-GCM-P-02S
10.- Studying of the following short circuits types:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase to ground short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
11.- Adjusting of protection relays depending of
the situation.
 N-ERP-SFT01.
Overcurrent Protection Relay
Module.
12.- Analyzing of the electrical faults transients
with a special software.
 N-ERP-PDF01.
Differential Protection Relay
Module.
 N-ERP-MF01.
Digital Fault Simulator Module.
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KGR. 5KW
Three-Phase Grid
Transformer.
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW
Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data
Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Manual Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCM-02S. Generation System with Manual Control of Synchronous Generator
and Synchronization, with SCADA
The AEL-GCM-02S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual control of synchronous generator and the
necessary operations for synchronization with the
mains.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator and the electrical network
in order to make the synchronization operations.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-BUS03.
Grid Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
(2 units)
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-ASY3PH.
Three-Phase Automatic
Synchronoscope.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual current excitation control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual generation output control of the
synchronous generator.
4.- Manual power factor control of the
synchronous generator.
5.- Manual power flows control of the
synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- Manual operation for synchronization of the
synchronous generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
AEL-GCM-02S
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KGR. 5KW
Three-Phase Grid
Transformer.
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW
Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data
Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Manual Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
AEL-GCM-P-03S. Manual Synchronization System of Synchronous Generator with
Servomotor and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-GCM-P-03S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual control of synchronous generator and the
necessary operations for synchronization with the
mains.
The speed of generator-motor group is controlled
by means of servomotor. Besides, this application
includes a series of protection relays in order to
make different short circuit tests.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator moved by mean of
servomotor and the electrical network in order to
make the synchronization operations.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual current excitation control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual generation output control of the
synchronous generator.
4.- Manual power factor control of the
synchronous generator.
5.- Manual power flows control of the
synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- Manual operation for synchronization of the
synchronous generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
9.- Studying of the following protection relays:
differential protection relay of the step-up
transformer and the generator protection
relay.
10.- Studying of the following short circuits types:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase to ground short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
11.- Adjusting of protection relay depending of
the situation.
12.- Analyzing of the electrical faults transients
with a special software.
AEL-GCM-03S. Manual Synchronization System of Synchronous Generator with
Servomotor, with SCADA
The AEL-GCM-03S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual control of synchronous generator and the
necessary operations for synchronization with the
mains. The speed of generator-motor group is
controlled by means of servomotor.
This application includes a SCADA System for
remote control operations.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator moved by mean of
servomotor and the electrical network in order to
make the synchronization operations.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual current excitation control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual generation output control of the
synchronous generator.
4.- Manual power factor control of the
synchronous generator.
5.- Manual power flows control of the
synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- Manual operation for synchronization of the
synchronous generator with the mains.
8.- Synchronoscope use for measuring
mismatch voltages, frequencies and voltage
modules.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Manual Control Generation Systems options
Isolated Grid Studies
AEL-GCM-P-01S. Generation System with Manual Control of Synchronous Generator
in an Isolated Grid and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-GCM-P-01S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual control of synchronous generator in an
isolated grid and protection relays, with SCADA.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration, one
synchronous generator and different protection
relays to study electrical faults.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
 N-ERP-PDF01.
Differential Protection Relay
Module.
 N-ERP-MF01. Digital Fault Simulator
Module.
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-up
Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual current excitation control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual generation output control of the
synchronous generator.
4.- Manual power factor control of the
synchronous generator.
5.- Manual power flows control of the
synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
7.- Studying of the following protection relay:
differential protection relay.
8.- Studying of the following short circuits types:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase to ground short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
9.- Adjusting of protection relay depending of
the situation.
10.- Analyzing of the electrical faults transients
with a special software.
AEL-GCM-P-01S
AEL-GCM-01S. Generation System with Manual Control of Synchronous Generator
in an Isolated Grid, with SCADA
The AEL-GCM-01S is a modular application
designed to study the generation systems with
manual control of synchronous generator in an
isolated grid, with SCADA.
This application represents an actual generation
substation with double bus bar configuration and
one synchronous generator.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS01.
Generation Busbar.
 N-BUS02.
Coupling Busbar.
 N-AVR/P.
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-EALDC/G.
DC Generator Analyzer.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed Controller.
 N-PLC01.
PLC01 Control Module.
 N-TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KSU. 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up
Transformer.
Generators:
 GMG4.5K3PH. 4.5KW Generator-Motor
Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of transmission/distribution systems
and loads systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Manual frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
2.- Manual current excitation control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual generation output control of the
synchronous generator.
4.- Manual power factor control of the
synchronous generator.
5.- Manual power flows control of the
synchronous generator.
6.- Logic operations of disconnectors and circuit
breakers of a generation substation.
AEL-GCM-01S
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Additional Generation Systems options
AEL-GAD-01S. Pumping Power Plant, with SCADA
The AEL-GAD-01S is a modular application
designed to study the pumped storage power
stations.
This application has a SCADA Control Software to
simulate how the electrical energy is stored and
how the potential energy of water is converted into
electrical power which is then fed back into the
grid.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- How pumped storage power plants operate.
2.- Start and synchronisation of synchronous
machines.
3.- Manual power regulation: both in generator
and motor modes.
4.- Semi-automatic active and reactive power
control.
5.- Smart grid integration of pumped storage
power plants.
6.- Fully-automatic compensation for externally
measured active and reactive power.
7.- SCADA open and closed-loop system
control.
AEL-GAD-02S. Auto-Start Diesel Generator Trainer for Recovery of the Energy
System due to Black-Outs, with SCADA
The AEL-GAD-02S is a modular system designed
to study the recovery of the energy of the electrical
grid due to black-outs.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Simulation of black-out.
2.- Recovery of the power when a black-out
appear.
It includes a diesel generator used to supply the
energy needed when the electrical grid is
disconnected.
3.- Controlling of a diesel-generator.
Besides, this system includes SCADA System with
which the student will control different maneuvers.
4.- Automatic starting of diesel-generator and
coupling to the grid.
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Additional Generation Systems options
AEL-GAD-03S. Automatic Generation System with Two Parallel Generators, with
SCADA
The AEL-GAD-03S is a modular application
designed to study how two parallel generators
work.
Some practical possibilities:
It includes two voltage and frequency controllers
to study the most important operations carried out
to control the synchronous generator.
2.- Manual/automatic current excitation control
of the synchronous generator.
This application has a SCADA Control System to
monitor all control process of the electrical
machines.
1.- Manual/automatic frequency control of the
synchronous generator.
3.- Manual/automatic generation output
control of the synchronous generators in
parallel operation.
4.- Manual/automatic power factor control of
the synchronous generators in parallel and
isolated operation.
5.- Manual/automatic power flows control of
the synchronous generators in parallel and
isolated operation.
6.- M a n u a l / a u t o m a t i c o p e r a t i o n f o r
synchronization of the synchronous
generator with the mains.
7.- Load sharing of two parallel generators.
8.- Active power load sharing with two parallel
generators.
9.- Reactive power load sharing with two
parallel generators.
AEL-GAD-04S. Hydroelectric Power Plant, with SCADA
The AEL-GAD-04S is a modular application
designed to study the Hydroelectric Power Plants.
On this application the students will learn how
hydroelectric power plants work. In order to
simulate the main operations of these alternative
power systems, with a motor driving a slip ring
three-phase asynchronous motor will be simulate
the main operations of these power systems.
This application includes a SCADA Control
System in order to carry out remote control
operations as open and close circuit breakers,
monitoring all electrical parameters as active and
reactive power, currents, voltages, etc.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS03.
Grid Busbar.
 N-VVCA5K.
5KW Motor Speed
Controller.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-PLC06.
PLC06 Control Module.
Generators:
 GMG1.5K3PH. 1.5KW Slip Ring GeneratorMotor Group.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- How hydroelectric power plants operate.
2.- Start and synchronisation of synchronous
machines.
3.- Manual power regulation.
4.- Manual active and reactive power control.
5.- Automatic active and reactive power control.
6.- Smart grid integration of hydroelectric power
plants.
7.- Fully-automatic compensation for externally
measured active and reactive power.
8.- SCADA open and closed-loop system
control.
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
One Line and Regulation Transformer Studies
AEL-T-P-01S. Transmission and Distribution Power Systems with Regulation
Transformer and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-T-P-01S is a modular application
designed to study the transmission/ distribution
energy systems with voltage regulation
transformer and protection relays.
The AEL-T-P-01S includes a series of modules such
as busbars, transmission line module, distribution
transformer with voltage regulator (TAP), distance
protection relay and network analyzers to study
different principles of the transmission and
distribution systems.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS04.
Emitter Transport Busbar.
 N-BUS05.
Receptor Transport Busbar.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
(2 units)
 N-PLC02.
PLC02 Control Module.
 N-REG15.
Tap Module Regulator.
 N-AE1CD.
Transmission Lines Simulator
Digital Unit.
 N-ERP-PD01. Distance Protection Relay
Module.
 N-ERP-MF01. Digital Fault Simulator
Module.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KR. 5kW Step-Down Transformer
with voltage regulator.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
Local control:
1.- Opening and closing basic maneuvers of
isolator switches and circuit breaker.
2.- Measurements of energy losses in the
transmission line.
3.- Droop voltage compensation with the
voltage regulator TAP.
4.- Real time measurements of the electrical
parameters (voltage, current, frequency,
power factor, active power, reactive power,
aparent power, active energy, reactive
energy, aparent energy, etc.).
5.- Studying of the energy losses of the
transmission line.
6.- Studying of the droop voltages in the
transmission line in function on the load system.
7.- Automatic configuration of the line
parameters.
8.- Automatic selection of the line to line
capacitive effect.
9.- Automatic selection of line resistor.
10.- Automatic selection of line inductance.
11.- Simulation of one phase loss.
12.- Simulation of two phases loss.
13.- Studying of short circuits in different points of
transmission power system:
a. Symmetric short circuits: three-phase
short circuits with and without contact
impedance.
b. Asymmetric faults:
i. Two-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
ii. Two-phase to ground shortcircuit with
and without contact impedance.
iii.Single-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
14.- Recording the evolution of voltage and
current phasors during short circuit for further
analysis.
15.- Calculation of the electrical parameters of
the line to configure the distance protection
relay (mho characteristic).
16.- Studying in depth of the distance protection
relay.
Remote control (with SCADA):
17.- Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition of
all electrical parameters of the transmission
line.
18.- Monitoring of energy losses of transmission
lines from the PC.
19.- Remotely control of distribution transformer
voltage regulator (TAP). Compensation of
droop voltages of the transmission line.
20.- Studying of energy losses of the transmission
line.
21.- Remote measurement of droop voltages in
the transmission line in function on the system
load.
22.- Remote automatic configuration of the
transmission line impedance.
23.- Remote automatic selection of the line to line
capacitive effect of the transmission line.
AEL-T-P-01S
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
One Line and Regulation Transformer Studies
AEL-T-P-01S. Transmission and Distribution Power Systems with Regulation Transformer and
Protection Relays, with SCADA (continuation)
Some practical possibilities (continuation):
24.- Remote automatic selection of the line
resistor of the transmission line.
25.- Remote automatic selection of the line
inductance of the transmission line.
26.- Remote automatic selection of one line phase
loss.
27.- Remote automatic selection of two line
phases loss.
28.- Remotely control of short circuits in different
points of the transmission power system:
a. Symmetric short circuits: three-phase
short circuits with and without contact
impedance.
b. Asymmetric faults:
i. Two-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
ii. Two-phase to ground shortcircuit with
and without contact impedance.
iii.Single-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
29.- Short circuits temporal evolution recording of
voltage and currents phasors for further
analysis.
30.- Calculation of the electrical parameters of
the transmission line for subsequent
configuration of the distance relay (mho
characteristic).
31.- Studying in depth of the distance protection
relay.
AEL-T-01S. Transmission and Distribution Power Systems with Regulation
Transformer, with SCADA
The AEL-T-01S is a modular application designed
to study the transmission/distribution energy
systems with voltage regulation transformer.
The AEL-T-01S includes a series of modules such
as busbars, transmission line module, distribution
transformer with voltage regulator (TAP) and
network analyzers to study different principles of
the transmission and distribution systems.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS04.
Emitter Transport Busbar.
 N-BUS05.
Receptor Transport Busbar.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
(2 units)
 N-PLC02.
PLC02 Control Module.
 N-REG15.
Tap Regulator Module.
 N-AE1CD.
Commutable Transmission
Line Simulation Unit.
Transformers:
 TRANS3/5KR. 5kW Step-Down Transformer
with voltage regulator.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Open and close basic maneuvers with
disconnectors and circuit breakers.
2.- Measurement of energy losses in the
transmission line.
3.- Drop voltage compensation with the voltage
regulator of the distribution transformer
(TAP).
4.- Real time measurement of the electrical
parameters of the system.
5.- Studying of the energy losses in the
transmission line.
6.- Studying of the drop voltage in function on
the line currents.
AEL-T-01S
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
Two Aerial Lines Studies
AEL-T-P-02S. Transmission and Distribution Power Systems with Two Aerial Parallel
Lines and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-T-P-02S is a modular application
designed to study the transmission/ distribution
energy systems with two aerial parallel lines and
protection relays.
The AEL-T-P-02S includes a series of modules such
as busbars, transmission line module, distance
protection relay and network analyzers to study
different principles of the transmission lines
working in series and parallel.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Open and close basic maneuvers with
disconnectors and circuit breakers.
2.- Measurement of energy losses in the
transmission line.
3.- Real time measurement of the electrical
parameters of the system.
4.- Studying of the energy losses in the
transmission lines.
5.- Studying of the drop voltage in function on
the line currents.
6.- Distribution of power and current among
parallel-connected lines of equal length.
7.- Distribution of power and current among
parallel-connected lines of unequal length.
8.- Distribution of power and current among
series-connected lines of equal length.
9.- Distribution of power and current among
series-connected lines of unequal length.
10.- Load distribution, power flow.
11.- Voltage distribution.
12.- Studying of short circuits:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
14.- Recording of voltage and current phasors
evolution during the short circuits for further
analysis.
15.- Real time measurement of the electrical
parameters of the system.
16.- Studying of the energy losses in the
transmission line.
17.- Studying of the drop voltage in function on
the line currents.
AEL-T-02S. Transmission and Distribution Power Systems with Two Aerial Parallel
Lines, with SCADA
The AEL-T-02S is a modular application designed
to study the transmission/distribution energy
systems with two aerial parallel lines.
The AEL-T-02S includes a series of modules such
as busbars, transmission line module and network
analyzers to study different principles of the
transmission lines working in series and parallel.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Open and close basic maneuvers with
disconnectors and circuit breakers.
2.- Measurement of energy losses in the
transmission line.
3.- Real time measurement of the electrical
parameters of the system.
4.- Studying of the energy losses in the
transmission lines.
5.- Studying of the drop voltage in function on
the line currents.
6.- Distribution of power and current among
parallel-connected lines of equal length.
7.- Distribution of power and current among
parallel-connected lines of unequal length.
8.- Distribution of power and current among
series-connected lines of equal length.
9.- Distribution of power and current among
series-connected lines of unequal length.
10.- Load distribution, power flow.
11.- Voltage distribution.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
Additional Studies Possibilities
AEL-T-P-04S. Electrical Distribution Grids Trainer with Protections Relays, with
SCADA
The AEL-T-P-04S is a modular application
designed to study switching operations and
protection relays in the double busbar used in the
electrical substations.
With this application the student will learn the
most important maneuvers carried out in the
substations busbars.
The AEL-T-P-04S includes a series of modules such
as busbar with incoming/ outgoing feeder, loads,
protection relays and network analyzers to study
different principles of the distribution networks.
The double busbar model incorporates all
functions of practical relevance. On this
application are integrated instruments for
measuring currents and voltages which permit
direct analyses of switching operations.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Basic circuits of a three-pole, double busbar
system with incoming/ outgoing feeder.
2.- Three-phase, double busbar system with
load.
3.- Busbar changeover without interruption of
the branch.
4.- Preparation of algorithms for various
switching operations.
5.- Busbar coupling.
6.- Studying of different short circuits in the
busbars.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different substation elements.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
AEL-T-04S. Electrical Distribution Grids Trainer, with SCADA
The AEL-T-04S is a modular application designed
to study the double busbar configuration used in
the electrical substations.
With this application the student will learn the
most important maneuvers carried out in the
substations busbars.
The AEL-T-04S includes a series of modules such
as busbar with incoming/outgoing feeder, loads
and network analyzers to study different principles
of the distribution networks.
The double busbar model incorporates all
functions of practical relevance. On this
application are integrated instruments for
measuring currents and voltages which permit
direct analyses of switching operations.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Basic circuits of a three-pole, double busbar
system with incoming/ outgoing feeder.
2.- Three-phase, double busbar system with
load.
3.- Busbar changeover without interruption of
the branch.
4.- Preparation of algorithms for various
switching operations.
5.- Busbar coupling.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different substation elements.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
Additional Studies Possibilities
AEL-T-03S. Power Flow Control in Meshed Networks, with SCADA
The AEL-T-03S is a modular application designed
to study the power flow control in meshed
networks.
The AEL-T-03S includes a series of modules such
as transmission line modules, loads and network
analyzers to study different principles of the power
flows in meshed networks.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and loads
systems areas.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Loads Systems
Conventional Loads options
AEL-C-P-02S. Load Systems with Automatic Power Factor Compensation and
Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-C-P-02S is a modular application
designed to study automatic reactive power
compensation controllers and protection relays in
a feeder. With this application the student will
learn to calculate the required capacitor banks in
function on the demanded reactive energy.
Some practical possibilities:
Besides, the theorey will be compared with an
actual power factor controller.
2.- Real time measurements of all electrical
parameters of the distribution systems.
The AEL-C-P-02S inlcudes a series of modules
such as automatic reactive power controller,
capacitor banks, resistor loads, inductor loads,
feeder manager protection relay and network
analyzers to study different principles of the energy
quality, power factor compensation, short circuits,
etc.
3.- Studying of short circuits in different points of
load power system:
The feeder protection relay includes on this
application lets the student to study different faults
in the distribution and loads systems.
i. Two-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
This application includes a SCADA System to
control different elements and analyze the energy
quality.
This applications includes:
Modules:
Local control:
1.- Opening and closing basic maneuvers of
isolator switches and circuit breaker of
distribution substation.
a. Symmetric short circuits: three-phase
short circuits with and without contact
impedance.
b. Asymmetric faults:
ii. Two-phase to ground shortcircuit with
and without contact impedance.
iii. Single-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
4.- Recording the evolution of voltage and
current phasors during short circuit for further
analysis.
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power
Supply.
5.- Studying in depth of feeder protection relay.
 N-BUS06.
Distribution Busbar.
Remote control (with SCADA System):
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-CFP.
Advanced Power Factor
Controller Module.
6.- Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition of
all electrical parameters of the load
distribution system.
 N-PLC03.
PLC03 Control Module.
7.- Remote control of the demanded active
power.
 N-CAR19T4D. T h r e e - P h a s e
8.- Remote control of the demanded inductive
reactive power.
 N-CAR36T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
9.- Remote control of the demanded capacitive
reactive power.
Digital
Capacitor Banks Module.
Commutable Inductances
Module.
 N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase
Digital Bank
Resistors Module.
 N-CAR19T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
 N-ERP-MA01. Feeder Management Relay
Module.
10.- Remote measurement of all electrical
parameters of load distribution system.
11.- Remotely control of short circuits in different
points of the load power system:
a. Symmetric short circuits: three-phase
short circuits with and without contact
impedance.
b. Asymmetric faults:
Fault Simulator
i. Two-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data
Acquisition).
ii. Two-phase to ground shortcircuit with
and without contact impedance.
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
iii.Single-phase short circuit with and
without contact impedance.
 N-ERP-MF01. Digital
Module.
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and
transmission/distribution systems areas.
AEL-C-P-02S
12.- Recording the evolution of voltage and
current phasors during short circuit for further
analysis.
13.- Studying in depth of feeder protection relay.
14.- Automatic power factor compensation in
function on the demanded reactive energy.
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Applications:
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Loads Systems
Conventional Loads options
AEL-C-02S. Load Systems with Automatic Power Factor Compensation, with SCADA
The AEL-C-02S is a modular application
designed to study automatic reactive power
compensation controllers.
With this application the student will learn to
calculate the required capacitor banks in function
on the demanded reactive energy.
Besides, the theory will be compared with an
actual power factor controller.
The AEL-C-02S includes a series of modules such
as automatic reactive power controller, capacitor
banks, resistor loads, inductor loads and network
analyzers to study different principles of the energy
quality, power factor compensation, etc.
This application includes a SCADA System to
control different elements and analyze the energy
quality.
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Calculating parameters for compensation
capacitors.
2.- Compensation using various capacitors.
3.- Determining stage power.
4.- Manual compensation of reactive power.
5.- Studying of the power factor controller:
Commissioning.
Programming.
Capacitor banks connections.
6.- Automatic compensation of reactive power.
7.- Manual compensation of reactive power.
AEL-C-02S
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS06.
Distribution Busbar.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-PLC03.
PLC03 Control Module.
 N-CFP.
Advanced Power Factor
Controller Module.
 N-CAR19T4D. T h r e e - P h a s e
Digital
Capacitor Banks Module.
 N-CAR19T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
 N-CAR36T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Inductances
Module.
 N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
Resistors Module.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data
Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and
transmission/distribution systems areas.
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Applications:
AEL-5.6
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Loads Systems
Conventional Loads options
AEL-C-P-01S. Loads Systems with Manual Power Factor Compensation and Protection
Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-C-P-01S is a modular application
designed to study manual reactive power
compensation with feeder protection relay. With
this application the student will learn to calculate
the required capacitor banks in function on the
demanded reactive energy.
The AEL-C-P-01S includes a series of modules such
as capacitor banks, resistor loads, inductor loads,
feeder protection relay and network analyzers to
study different principles of the energy quality,
power factor compensation, short circuits, etc.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements and analyze the energy
quality.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS06.
Distribution Busbar.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-PLC03.
PLC03 Control Module.
 N-CAR19T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
 N-CAR36T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Calculating parameters for compensation
capacitors.
2.- Compensation using various capacitors.
3.- Determining stage power.
4.- Manual compensation of reactive power.
5.- Studying of short circuits:
Three-Phase short circuit.
Single-Phase short circuit.
Two-Phase short circuit.
6.- Recording of voltage and current phasors
evolution during the short circuits for further
analysis.
7.- Real time measurement of the electrical
parameters of the system.
AEL-C-P-01S
Commutable Inductances
Module.
 N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
Resistors Module.
 N-ERP-MA01. Feeder Management Relay
Module.
Digital Fault Simulator Module.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and
transmission/distribution systems areas.
 N-ERP-MF01.
AEL-C-01S. Loads Systems with Manual Power Factor Compensation, with SCADA
The AEL-C-01S is a modular application designed
to study manual reactive power compensation.
With this application the student will learn to
calculate the required capacitor banks in function
on the demanded reactive energy.
The AEL-C-01S includes a series of modules such
as capacitor banks, resistor loads, inductor loads
and network analyzers to study different principles of
the energy quality, power factor compensation, etc.
This application includes SCADA System to
control different elements and analyze the energy
quality.
This application includes:
Modules:
 N-ALI01.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
 N-BUS06.
Distribution Busbar.
 N-EALD.
Network Analyzer Unit with
Computer Data Acquisition.
 N-PLC03.
PLC03 Control Module.
 N-CAR19T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Commutable Capacitors
Module.
 N-CAR36T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank of
Some practical possibilities:
1.- Calculating parameters for compensation
capacitors.
2.- Compensation using various capacitors.
3.- Determining stage power.
4.- Manual compensation of reactive power.
AEL-C-01S
Commutable Inductances
Module.
 N-CAR35T3D. Three-Phase Digital Bank
Resistors Module.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
AEL-WBR. Electrical Workbench (Rack).
AEL-PC. Touch Screen and Computer.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and
transmission/distribution systems areas.
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Loads Systems
Special Loads options
AEL-C-03S. Complex Loads, Power Consumption Measurement and Peak Load
Monitoring, with SCADA
The AEL-C-03S is a modular application
designed to study the complex load, power
consumption measurement and peak load
monitoring.
With this application the student will learn the
difference between star-delta loads connection,
measurement of reactive and active energy for
symmetric and asymmetric RL loads, overcompensation RC load, etc.
The AEL-C-03S includes a series of modules such
as capacitor banks, resistor loads, inductor loads
and network analyzers to study different principles
of the complex loads.
This application includes SCADA System.
This application can be combined with other
applications of generation systems and
transmission/distribution systems areas.
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators
SCADA
In order to understand in depth how work actual power systems, EDIBON offers a series of "Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators".
The "Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators" are configured applications of generation, transmission and loads areas that has been described
individually at the beginning of this catalogue.
The objective of these Power Systems Simulators is give the students different technical solutions to understand how nowadays work together the actual
generation, transmission, distribution and load power systems.
Due to EDIBON provides a wide variety of applications, different applications configurations of generation, transmission/distribution and loads are
recommended in order to form a “Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator”.
Examples of Recommended Systems Simulators Configurations:
AEL-MPSS-01. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays,
with SCADA.
AEL-MPSS-02. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
AEL-MPSS-03. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with
SCADA.
AEL-MPSS-04. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators
AEL-MPSS-01. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control
Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-MPSS-01S is a Modular Smart Grid
Power Systems Simulator designed to study how
Smart Grids operate withing the large actual
power systems.
The AEL-MPSS-01S offers the following possibilities
and others:
It is one of the most comprehensive and advanced
modular smart grid power systems simulator
because it shows the most important operations
of an entire power system, from the energy is
generated until it reaches the final consumer.
It is provided with 5 latest generation
protection relays (renowned manufacturer
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories SEL)
used in real electrical substations that give to
AEL-MPSS-01S a great authenticity and
variety of fault tests.
This simulator consists of the following
applications:
AEL-GCA-P-02S. Generation System with
Automatic Control of
Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection
Relays, with SCADA.
AEL-T-P-01S.
Transmission and Distribution
Power Systems with Regulation
Transformer and Protection
Relays, with SCADA.
AEL-C-P-02S.
Loads Systems with Automatic
Power Factor Compensation and
Protection Relays, with SCADA.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
Electrical Workbenches.
Touch Screen and Computer.
Studying of high voltage protection systems:
It incorporates protection relays as the
overcurrent protection relay, the differential
protection relay for generators and
transformers, the distance protection relay
and the feeder protection relay.
Studying of generation substations:
It incorporates a sophisticated system for
control and regulation of the turbine (prime
mover) and synchronous generator that will
allow the student to know how carried out the
control and regulation in large groups of
power generation.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
generation substations.
Studying of the transmission/distribution
systems:
It incorporates a transmission line module to
study different events in function on the
energy carried along line like energy losses,
drop voltages, etc. It includes a regulation
transformer and network analyzers to study
the drop voltage compensation in the
transmission lines.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
emitter and receiver substations.
Studying of energy consumption systems:
It incorporates an automatic reactive power
compensation controller that acts autonomously
according to the power factor of the load. It
includes different bus-bars to demonstrate the
main maneuvers carried out with disconnectors
and circuit breakers in the distribution
substations. It incorporates different loads
modules to simulate energy consumptions.
The AEL-MPSS-01S has a SCADA System for
remotely control operations.
For more information see AEL-MPSS catalogue.
Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units
/energy/smartgrid/AEL-MPSS.pdf
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators
AEL-MPSS-02. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control
Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA
The AEL-MPSS-02S is a Modular Smart Grid
Power Systems Simulator designed to study how
Smart Grids operate withing the large actual
power systems.
The AEL-MPSS -02S offers the following
possibilities and others:
It shows different operations of an entire power
system, from the energy is generated until it
reaches the final consumer.
This simulator consists of the following
applications:
It incorporates a sophisticated system for
control and regulation of the turbine (prime
mover) and synchronous generator that will
allow the student to know how carried out the
control and regulation in large groups of
power generation.
AEL-GCA-02S. G e n e r a t i o n S y s t e m w i t h
Automatic Control of
Synchronous Generator and
Synchronization, with SCADA.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
generation substations.
AEL-T-01S.
Transmission and Distribution
Power Systems with Regulation
Transformer, with SCADA.
AEL-C-02S.
Loads Systems with Automatic
Power Factor Compensation,
with SCADA.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
Electrical Workbenches.
Touch Screen and Computer.
Studying of generation substations:
Studying of the transmission/distribution
systems:
It incorporates a transmission line module to
study different events in function on the
transmitted energy like energy losses, drop
voltages, etc. It includes a regulation
transformer and network analyzers to study
the drop voltage compensation in the
transmission lines.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
emitter and receiver substations.
Studying of energy consumption systems:
It incorporates an automatic reactive power
compensation controller that acts
autonomously according to the power factor
of the load.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
distribution substations.
It incorporates different loads modules to
simulate energy consumptions.
The AEL-MPSS-02S has a SCADA System for
remotely control operations.
For more information see AEL-MPSS catalogue.
Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units
/energy/smartgrid/AEL-MPSS.pdf
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Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators
AEL-MPSS-03. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control
Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with SCADA
The AEL-MPSS-03S is a Modular Smart Grid
Power Systems Simulator designed to study how
Smart Grids operate withing the large actual
power systems.
The AEL-MPSS -03S offers the following
possibilities and others:
It shows the most important operations of an
entire power system, from the energy is generated
until it reaches the final consumer.
It is provided with 5 latest generation
protection relays (renowned manufacturer
Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories SEL)
used in real electrical substations that give to
AEL-MPSS-03S a great authenticity. It
incorporates protection relays as the
overcurrent protection relay, the differential
protection relay for generators and
transformers, distance protection relay and
feeder protection relay.
This simulator consists of the following
applications:
AEL-GCM-P-02S. Generation System with
Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and
Protection Relays, with
SCADA.
Studying of high voltage protection systems:
Studying of generation substations:
AEL-T-P-01S.
Tr a n s m i s s i o n a n d
Distribution Power Systems
with Regulation Transformer
and Protection Relays, with
SCADA.
It incorporates a manual control system for
control and regulation of the turbine (prime
mover) and synchronous generator that will
allow the student to know how carried out the
control and regulation in large groups of
power generation.
AEL-C-P-01S.
Loads Systems with Manual
Power Factor Compensation
and Protection Relays, with
SCADA.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
generation substations.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
Studying of the transmission/distribution
systems:
Electrical Workbenches.
Touch Screen and Computer.
It incorporates a transmission line module to
study different events in function on the
transmitted energy like energy losses, drop
voltages, etc. It includes a regulation
transformer and network analyzers to study
the drop voltage compensation in the
transmission lines.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
emitter and receiver substations.
Studying of energy consumption systems:
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
distribution substations. It incorporates
different loads modules to simulate energy
consumptions and to study the manual
compensation of reactive power.
The AEL-MPSS-03S has a SCADA System for
remotely control operations.
For more information see AEL-MPSS catalogue.
Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units
/energy/smartgrid/AEL-MPSS.pdf
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Specifications
(continuation)
Applications:
AEL-5.7
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators
AEL-MPSS-04. Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control
Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA
The AEL-MPSS-04S is a Modular Power Systems
Simulator designed to study how Smart Grids
operate withing the large actual power systems.
It shows different operations of an entire power
system, from the energy is generated until it
reaches the final consumer.
This simulator consists of the following
applications:
AEL-GCM-02S. Generation System with
Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator and
Synchronization, with SCADA.
AEL-T-01S.
AEL-C-01S.
Transmission and Distribution
Power Systems with Regulation
Transformer, with SCADA.
Loads Systems with Manual
Power Factor Compensation,
with SCADA.
SCADA (Supervision, Control and Data Acquisition).
Electrical Workbenches.
Touch Screen and Computer.
The AEL-MPSS -04S offers the following
possibilities and others:
Studying of generation substations:
It incorporates a manual control system for
control and regulation of the turbine (prime
mover) and synchronous generator that will
allow the student to know how carried out the
control and regulation in large groups of
power generation.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
generation substations.
Studying of the transmission/distribution
systems:
It incorporates a transmission line module to
study different events in function on the
transmitted energy like energy losses, drop
voltages, etc.
It includes a regulation transformer and
network analyzers to study the drop voltage
compensation in the transmission lines.
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
emitter and receiver substations.
Studying of energy consumption systems:
It includes different bus-bars to demonstrate
the main maneuvers carried out with
disconnectors and circuit breakers in the
distribution substations.
It incorporates different loads modules to
simulate energy consumptions and to study
the manual compensation of reactive power.
The AEL-MPSS-04S has a SCADA System for
remotely control operations.
For more information see AEL-MPSS catalogue.
Click on the following link:
www.edibon.com/products/catalogues/en/units
/energy/smartgrid/AEL-MPSS.pdf
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ALL Advanced Electrical Laboratories (AEL-LABS)
AEL-1. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS LAB
AEL-1.1.
Home Electrical Installations
AEL-1.2.
Industrial Electrical Installations
Applications
AEL-1.3.
Professional Wiring Practices in
Installations
Applications
Lighting and Control
Industrial Control Engineering
Applications
Cubicle Wiring Installations
• AEL-AD13.
Audio Door Entry System.
• AEL-CM1.
Manual Control Operations.
•AEL-AEBI.
Assembly Exercises in Building Installations.
• AEL-AD14.
Audio and Video Door Entry System.
•AEL-CM2.
Operations with Manual Commutators.
•AEL-AESI.
• AEL-AD6A.
Luminosity Control Station.
•AEL-CM3.
Automatic Control Operations.
Assembly Exercises for Signals Electrical
Installations.
•AEL-CM4.
Automatic Control Operations with contactors and
sensors.
•AEL-AEBM.
Assembly Exercises on Building Mains Feeds
and Meter Cabinets.
•AEL-MED.
Industrial Measurement Technology.
 AEL-AESU.
Assembly Exercises on Switching Units.
• AEL-AD6B.
Basic Luminosity Control Station.
• AEL-AD24.
Position Switch.
• AEL-AD5.
Stair Lights Timing.
• AEL-AI13-E. Modular Trainer for Electrotecnics (Lighting).
• AEL-AE4.
Electrical Control Panel Wiring
Fault Simulators
Test Unit for Differential Automatic Switches.
• AEL-AD33.
Single-Phase Installations Faults Simulator.
•AEL-AEPI.
Electrical Control Panel Wiring Installation.
•AEL-AD33T. Three-Phase Installations Faults Simulator.
Climatization
• AEL-AD9A.
Heating Control Station.
• AEL-AD9B.
Basic Heating Control Station.
Relays Trainer
•AEL-PRTS.
Protective Relaying Training System.
•AEL-AE5.
Relay Control Station.
Loads
•AEL-AI13-A. Modular Trainer for Electrotecnics (RLC Circuits).
See catalogue of: AEL-1. Electrical Installations Lab
AEL-2. HOME AUTOMATION SYSTEMS LAB
AEL-2.1.
Wired Systems
AEL-2.2.
Wireless Systems
Applications
Applications
General Wired Home Automation Systems
General Wireless Home Automation Systems
• AEL-AD1A. Robbery Alarm Station.
• AEL-AD28A. Integral Control Station of Home Electric Systems.
• AEL-AD1B. Basic Robbery Alarm Station.
• AEL-AD28B. Basic Control Station of Home Electric Systems.
• AEL-AD3A. Fire Alarm Station.
• AEL-AD28C. Elementary Control Station of Home Electric Systems.
• AEL-AD3B. Basic Fire Alarm Station.
• AEL-AD23. Wireless Basic Control Station (RF).
• AEL-AD15A. Position Control Station.
• AEL-AD15B. Basic Position Control Station.
• AEL-AD25A. Control Station for Home Electric Service through the telephone.
• AEL-AD22. Flooding Control Station.
• AEL-AD30. Gas Control Station.
• AEL-AD31. Movement and Sound Detection and Control.
• AEL-AD40. Remote Control Station Via Telephone.
EIB Systems
• AEL-EIB1.
EIB Lighting Control System.
• AEL-EIB2.
EIB Shutter Control System.
• AEL-EIB3.
EIB Heating Control System.
• AEL-EIB4.
EIB Safety Control System.
• AEL-EIB5.
EIB PLC, Touch Panel and Timer System.
• AEL-EIB6.
EIB Scenery Control System.
• AEL-EIB-T.
EIB Complete Control System.
See catalogue of: AEL-2. Home Automation Systems Lab
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ALL Advanced Electrical Laboratories (AEL-LABS)
AEL-3. ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB
AEL-3.1.
Electrical Machines Trainers
AEL-3.2.
EL-6.1.
Electrical Machines Applications
Electrical Machines Laboratory Units
Applications
Transformers Trainers
• AEL-SPTT.
Single-Phase Transformer Trainer.
• AEL-TPTT.
Three-Phase Transformer Trainer.
• AEL-DTT.
Distribution Transformer Trainer.
• AEL-AI13-D. Modular Trainer for Electrotecnics (Transformers).
Generators/Motors Trainers
• AEL-EEA.
Alternator Study Unit.
• AEL-EGMG24. Motor-Generator Group.
• AEL-EEEM.
Energy Efficiency in Electrical Motors.
• AEL-EMSS.
Electrical Machines Soft Starter
• AEL-EMCF.
Electrical Machines Control through Frequency Controller.
• AEL-EMRP.
Electrical Machines Relays Protection Trainer.
• AEL-ACINT.
AC Three-Phase Induction Motor of Squirrel Cage Trainer.
• AEL-ACDHT. AC Dahlander Three-Phase Induction Motor Trainer.
• AEL-DCSET.
DC Series Excitation Motor Trainer.
• AEL-DCSHT. DC Shunt Excitation Motor Trainer.
• AEL-DCCOT. DC Compound Excitation Motor Trainer.
• AEL-DCSPT.
DC Separately Excited Motor Trainer.
• AEL-UMT.
Universal Motor Trainer.
• AEL-ACRLT.
AC Three-Phase Reluctance Motor Trainer.
• AEL-ACSPT.
Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase Trainer.
• AEL-SERIN/CA-1kW. Computer Controlled Advanced Industrial Servosystems Trainer - 1 kW
(for AC Motors).
• AEL-AI13.
Modular Trainer for Electrotecnics (RLC Circuits, Electrostatics, Motors,
Transformers, Lighting).
• AEL-AI13-C. Modular Trainer for Electrotecnics (Motors).
• AEL-C-04S.
Dynamics Loads, with SCADA.
Applications
Generators/Motors Applications
• AEL-ACINA. Applications of AC Three-Phase Induction Motors of Squirrel Cage.
• AEL-ACDHA. Applications of AC Dahlander Three-Phase Induction Motors.
• AEL-ACWRA. Applications of AC Three-Phase Induction Motors of Wound Rotor.
• AEL-ACLA.
Applications of AC Linear Motor Operations.
• AEL-DCSEA. Applications of DC Series Motors.
• AEL-DCSHA. Applications of DC Shunt Motors.
• AEL-DCCOA. Applications of DC Compound Motors.
• AEL-DCSPA. Applications of DC Separately Excited Motors.
• AEL-DCGEA. Applications of DC Generators.
• AEL-UMA.
Applications of Universal Motors.
• AEL-STMA. Applications of Stepper Motors.
• AEL-DCPMA. Applications of DC Permanent Magnet Motors.
• AEL-DCBRA. Applications of DC Brushless Motors.
• AEL-ACRLA. Applications of AC Three-Phase Reluctance Motors.
• AEL-ACSPA. Applications of Asynchronous Single-Phase Motor with Split Phase.
• AEL-AI12.
Modular Application (AC Motors).
• AEL-IMSU.
General Applications of AC Induction Motors.
See catalogue of: AEL-3. Electrical Machines Lab
Fault Simulator Trainers in Electrical Machines
• AEL-ESAM.
Fault Simulation Trainer in Electrical motors.
• AEL-ESAE.
Electrical Faults Simulation Trainer.
• AEL-MMRT.
Motor Management Relays Trainer.
AEL-4. ELECTROMECHANICAL CONSTRUCTIONS LAB
AEL-4.1.
Transformers Construction
AEL-4.2.
Electrical Motors Construction
Applications
Single-Phase Transformers Construction
•AEL-SPTC. Single-Phase Transformer Construction Kit.
Applications
Cut Away Electrical Motors
•AEL-EMT1-S. Cut away DC independent excitation motor-generator.
•AEL-EMT2-S. Cut away DC series excitation motor-generator.
•AEL-EMT3-S. Cut away DC shunt excitation motor-generator.
•AEL-EMT4-S. Cut away DC compound excitation motor-generator.
•AEL-EMT5-S. Cut away DC shunt-series compound excitation motor.
•AEL-EMT6-S. Cut away AC synchronous three-phase motor alternator.
•AEL-EMT7-S. Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage.
•AEL-EMT8-S. Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor with wound rotor.
•AEL-EMT9-S. Cut away Dahlander three-phase motor.
•AEL-EMT10-S. Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor of two independent speeds.
•AEL-EMT11-S. Cut away asynchronous single-phase motor with starting capacitor.
•AEL-EMT12-S. Cut away universal motor.
•AEL-EMT14-S. Cut away repulsion motor, single-phase with short circuited brushes.
•AEL-EMT15-S. Cut away DC permanent magnet motor.
•AEL-EMT16-S. Cut away asynchronous single-phase motor with starting and running capacitor.
•AEL-EMT17-S. Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage with “Y” connection.
•AEL-EMT18-S. Cut away DC Brushless motor.
•AEL-EMT19-S. Cut away stepper motor.
•AEL-EMT20-S. Cut away asynchronous single-phase motor with split phase.
•AEL-EMT21-S. Cut away three-phase reluctance motor.
•AEL-EMT22-S. Cut away single-phase shaded pole motor.
Three-Phase Transformers Construction
•AEL-TPTC. Three-Phase Transformer Construction Kit.
Professional Practices in wiring Transformers
•AEL-PSPTC. Single-Phase Transformer wiring.
•AEL-PTPTC. Three-Phase Transformer wiring.
Transparent and
•AEL-EMT1-T.
•AEL-EMT2-T.
•AEL-EMT3-T.
•AEL-EMT4-T.
•AEL-EMT5-T.
•AEL-EMT6-T.
•AEL-EMT7-T.
•AEL-EMT8-T.
•AEL-EMT9-T.
•AEL-EMT10-T.
•AEL-EMT11-T.
•AEL-EMT12-T.
•AEL-EMT14-T.
•AEL-EMT16-T.
•AEL-EMT17-T.
•AEL-EMT20-T.
•AEL-EMT21-T.
•AEL-EMT22-T.
Functional Electrical Motors
Transparent and functional DC independent excitation motor-generator.
Transparent and functional DC series excitation motor-generator.
Transparent and functional DC shunt excitation motor-generator.
Transparent and functionalDC compound excitation motor-generator.
Transparent and functional DC shunt-series compound excitation motor-generator.
Transparent and functional AC synchronous three-phase motor alternator.
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage.
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase motor with wound rotor.
Transparent and functional Dahlander three-phase motor.
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase motor of two independent speeds.
Transparent and functional asynchronous single-phase motor with starting capacitor.
Transparent and functional universal motor.
Transparent and functional repulsion motor, single-phase with short circuited brushes.
Transparent and functional asynchronous single-phase motor with starting and
running capacitor.
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage with
“Y” connection.
Transparent and functional asynchronous single-phase motor with split phase.
Transparent and functional three-phase reluctance motor.
Transparent and functional single-phase shaded pole motor.
Removable Electrical Motors
•AEL-DIM-KIT. 4 Disassembly Induction Motors Kit.
•AEL-TPIC.
Three-Phase Induction Motor Construction.
•AEL-SPIC.
Single-Phase Induction Motor Construction with starting and running capacitor.
•AEL-DCMC. DC Motor Construction.
See catalogue of: AEL-4. Electromechanical Constructions Lab
Dissectable and Configurable Electrical Motors System
•AEL-EMT-KIT. Dissectable and Configurable Advanced Electrical Motor.
Professional practices in wiring Electrical Motors
•AEL-PSPIM.
Single-Phase Induction Motor wiring.
•AEL-PTSIM.
Three-Phase Induction Motor wiring.
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AEL-5. POWER SYSTEMS AND SMART GRID TECHNOLOGY LAB
AEL-5.1.
Generation Trainers
AEL-5.2.
Distribution and Transmission Trainers
Applications
Basic Synchronization Applications
 AEL-MOSC. Manual Operations of Synchronization Circuits.
Advanced Synchronization Applications
 AEL-EESD.
Advanced Digital Synchronization Trainer.
Wind Energy
 AEL-WPP.
Wind Power Plants with Double Feed Induction
Generator.
 AEL-WPT.
Wind Power Trainer with Permanent Magnets
Synchronous Generator.
 AEL-WPPI.
Wind Power Plants with Induction Generator.
Photovoltaic Energy
 AEL-PHVG. Photovoltaic Application with Connection to
Grid.
Applications
Introduction to Transmission and Distribution Power Systems
 AEL-TI-01. Study of the Regulation of the Distribution
Transformer (with TAP).
 AEL-TI-02. Analysis of Three-phase Power Lines.
Basic Distribution and Transmission Trainers
 AEL-AE1A. Aerial Line Model.
 AEL-TDTR. Distribution Transformer with Voltage Regulator.
 AEL-PSCL. Parallel and Series Transmission Lines.
Advanced Distribution and Transmission Trainers
 AEL-TSSG. Transmission Systems with Synchronous Generator.
 AEL-HVDC. High Voltage DC Transmission Lines.
AEL-5.3.
Loads Trainers
Applications
Basic Load Controller Trainers
 AEL-MRPC.
Manual Reactive Power Compensation.
 AEL-APFC.
Single-phase Automatic Power Factor
Compensation.
 AEL-EECFP.
Advanced Power Factor Controller.
 AEL-DLT.
Dynamic Loads Trainer
 AEL-AI8.
Reactive Power Compensation (Power Factor
Correction).
 AEL-AE6.
Energy Counters Control Trainer.
Advanced Loads Control
 AEL-FUSG.
Final User Smart Grid Trainer.
 AEL-FUSG-M. Final User Smart Grid-Smart Meter Trainer.
 AEL-FUSG-E. Final User Smart Grid-Smart Energy Trainer.
 AEL-FUSG-N. Final User Smart Grid-Net Metering Trainer.
AEL-5.4.
Relays Protection Trainers
Applications
Fundamental Concepts
 AEL-CTFP.
Current Transformer Fundaments for Protections Devices.
 AEL-VTFP.
Voltage Transformer Fundaments for Protections Devices.
Relays Protection Trainers
 AEL-ERP.
Protection Relays Test Trainer.
Protection Systems in Electrical Loads
 AEL-CPT-01. Electrical Machines Protection.
 AEL-CPT-02. Motor Management Relay.
Protection Systems for Generators
 AEL-GPRE.
Generator Protection Relay Trainer.
Applications
Protection Systems for Transmission and Distribution Lines
 AEL-TPT-01.
Overcurrent Time Protection Relay for Lines.
 AEL-TPT-02.
Overvoltage and Undervoltage Protection Relay.
 AEL-TPT-03.
Directional Power Protection Relay.
 AEL-TPT-04.
Earth-Fault Voltage Protection Relay.
 AEL-TPT-05.
Protection Relay of Parallel-Connected Lines.
 AEL-TPT-06.
High Speed Distance Protection Relay.
AEL-5.5.
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
 AEL-CPSS-01S.
 AEL-CPSS-02S.
 AEL-CPSS-03S.
Applications
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Application, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
Compact Smart Micro-Grids Power Systems Application, with Automatic Control Generation and Loads, with SCADA.
Compact Smart Grid Power Systems Application with Two Parallel Generators, Two Distribution Lines and Loads, with SCADA.
AEL-5.6.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Applications
Generation Systems
Transmission/Distribution Systems
Loads Systems
Applications
Automatic Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
 AEL-GCA-P-02S. Generation System with Automatic Control
of Synchronous Generator,
Synchronization and Protection Relays,
with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-02S.
Generation System with Automatic Control
of Synchronous Generator and
Synchronization, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-P-03S. Automatic Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-03S.
Automatic Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor,
with SCADA. ()
Isolated Grid Studies
 AEL-GCA-P-01S. Generation System with Automatic Control
of Synchronous Generator in an Isolated
Grid and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCA-01S.
Generation System with Automatic Control
of Synchronous Generator in an Isolated
Grid, with SCADA. ()
Manual Control Generation Systems options
Synchronization Studies
 AEL-GCM-P-02S. Generation System with Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator, Synchronization
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-02S.
Generation System with Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator and Synchronization,
with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-P-03S. Manual Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-03S. Manual Synchronization System of
Synchronous Generator with Servomotor,
with SCADA. ()
Isolated Grid Studies
 AEL-GCM-P-01S. Generation System with Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator in an Isolated Grid
and Protection Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GCM-01S. Generation System with Manual Control of
Synchronous Generator in an Isolated
Grid, with SCADA. ()
Additional Generation Systems options
 AEL-GAD-01S.
Pumping Power Plant, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GAD-02S.
Auto-Start Diesel Generator Trainer for
Recovery of the Energy System due to
Black-Outs, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GAD-03S.
Automatic Generation System with Two
Parallel Generators, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-GAD-04S.
Hydroelectric Power Plant, with SCADA. ()
() Available application without SCADA, application reference
without the last “S”.
Each application can work individually or combined with other
applications to form systems simulators (Generation +
Transmission/Distribution + Loads).
Applications
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems options
One Line and Regulation Transformer Studies
 AEL-T-P-01S.
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems
with Regulation Transformer and Protection
Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-01S.
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems
with Regulation Transformer, with SCADA. ()
Two Aerial Lines Studies
 AEL-T-P-02S.
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems
with Two Aerial Parallel Lines and Protection
Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-02S.
Transmission and Distribution Power Systems
with Two Aerial Parallel Lines, with SCADA. ()
Additional Studies Possibilities
 AEL-T-P-04S.
Electrical Distribution Grids Trainer with
Protections Relays, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-04S.
Electrical Distribution Grids Trainer, with
SCADA. ()
 AEL-T-03S.
Power Flow Control in Meshed Networks,
with SCADA. ()
() Available application without SCADA, application reference
without the last “S”.
Each application can work individually or combined with other
applications to form systems simulators (Generation +
Transmission/Distribution + Loads).
Applications
Conventional Loads options
 AEL-C-P-02S.
Loads Systems with Automatic Power Factor
Compensation and Protection Relays, with
SCADA. ()
 AEL-C-02S.
Loads Systems with Automatic Power Factor
Compensation, with SCADA. ()
 AEL-C-P-01S.
Loads Systems with Manual Power Factor
Compensation and Protection Relays, with
SCADA. ()
 AEL-C-01S.
Loads Systems with Manual Power Factor
Compensation, with SCADA. ()
Special Loads options
 AEL-C-03S.
Complex Load, Power Consumption
Measurement and Peak Load Monitoring,
with SCADA. ()
() Available application without SCADA, application reference
without the last “S”.
Each application can work individually or combined with other
applications to form systems simulators (Generation +
Transmission/Distribution + Loads).
These applications are in this catalogue:
AEL-5. Power Systems and Smart
Grid Technology Lab
AEL-5.7.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulators




AEL-MPSS-01.
AEL-MPSS-02.
AEL-MPSS-03.
AEL-MPSS-04.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with SCADA.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Automatic Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control Generation, Transmission Line, Loads and Protection Relays, with SCADA.
Modular Smart Grid Power Systems Simulator, with Manual Control Generation, Transmission Line and Loads, with SCADA.
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Available Individual Modules
Alarms:
N-ALA01
N-ALA02
N-ALA03
N-ALA04
Audio:
N-AUD01
N-AUD02
N-AUD03
N-AUD04
N-AUD05
N-AUD06
N-AUD07
N-AUD08
N-AUD09
N-AUD10
N-AUD11
N-AUD12
N-AUD13
N-AUD14
N-AUD15
N-AUD16
Intrusion Alarm Station (8 circuits).
Fire Alarm Station with battery.
Coded Electronic key.
Intrusion Alarm Station by radio with programming (PC).
Analog Sound Regulator.
Digital Sound Regulator.
Warnings Emitter Module.
Speaker of 2",2W,8 ohm.
Speaker of 4",7W,8 ohm.
Basic Audio Central.
Advanced Audio Central.
Background Music Regulator 3W.
Background Music Regulator 5W.
Double Background Music Regulator.
Plug for Mono Speaker.
Plug for Stereo Speakers.
Digital Controls, Walkman Input and Earphones Output.
FM Digital Turner Controls +Earphones Output.
Digital Controls for Transmission and Reception of
Warnings, Earphones Output and Walkman Input.
2 Channel Digital Controls with Inter-communicator and
Display.
FM Digital Tuner Controls.
Warning Selector, 9 zones.
Amplifier (30 W).
Analog Sound Regulator (mono-stereo).
N-AUD17
N-AUD18
N-AUD19
N-AUD20
Bells:
N-TIM01
Bell 70 dB.
N-TIM02
Buzzer 80 dB, 230 V.
N-TIM03
2 Bells.
N-TIM04
2 Buzzers.
N-TIM05
Bell + Buzzer.
N-TIM06
2 Buzzers 125/230 V.
N-TIM07
2 Buzzers with Tone Regulator.
N-TIM08
2 Piezoelectric Buzzers.
N-TIM09
2 Tones domestic Bell (230 Vac).
N-TIM10
2 Buzzers 24 Vac.
N-TIM11
Bell 24 Vac.
N-TIM12
Bell 230 Vac.
Brakes:
FRE-FE
Electronic Brake.
DI-FRE
Pendular Dynamo Brake.
FREND
Dynamo Brake.
FRENP
Magnetic Powder Brake.
FRECP
Eddy Current Brake.
FYWL
Flywheel.
Busbars:
N-BUS01 Generation Busbar.
N-BUS02 Coupling Busbar.
N-BUS03 Grid Busbar.
N-BUS04 Emitter Transport Bursbar.
N-BUS05 Receptor Transport Busbar.
N-BUS06 Distribution Busbar.
N-BUS07 Power Circuit Breaker.
Commutators:
N-COM01 2 Positions Commutator, 1 inverter.
N-COM02 2 Positions Commutator, 2 inverters.
N-COM03 2 Positions Commutator, 1 NO + 1 NC.
N-COM04 3 Positions Commutator, 1 inverter.
N-COM05 3 Positions Commutator, 2 inverters.
N-COM06 2 Positions Rotary Commutator with return to 0 (Power).
N-COM07 2 Positions Rotary Commutator with return to 0 (Control).
N-COM08 2 Positions Rotary Commutator with Key.
N-COM09 4 Positions Rotary Commutator +Stop.
N-COM10 Rotary Commutator for Voltmeter.
N-COM11 Rotary Commutator for Ammeter.
N-COM12 Commutator/ Switch.
N-COM13 Double Commutator.
N-COM14 2 Commutators.
N-COM15 2 Commutators, 16 A.
N-COM16 2 Commutators with Light.
N-COM17 2 Inverters.
N-COM18 2 Inverters with Light.
N-COM19 Commutator + Inverter.
N-COM20 Commutator +Group of 2 Switches.
N-COM21 Inverter +Group of 2 Commutators.
N-COM22 Commutator with Light +Inverter with Light.
N-COM23 Commutator Group +Bell Push-Button +Switch.
N-COM24 Commutator +Push-Button with Symbol to be chosen by
the Customer.
N-COM25 Removable Key Commutator, 2 Positions, 5A.
N-COM26 Key Commutator, 2 Positions, with Interlock, 5A.
N-COM27 Commutator with Label-Holder with Light.
N-COM28 Group of 2 Commutators.
N-COM29 Push-Button Group +Commutator.
N-COM30 Commutator with Puller.
N-COM31 4 Positions Rotary Commutator.
N-COM32 3 Positions Rotary Commutator.
N-COM33 Commutator with zero point.
N-COM34 Commutator 20 A.
N-COM35 Lighting Commutator.
N-COM36 Lighting Commutator with zero point.
N-COM37 Commutator with Luminous Screen (bell, bulb, wc, alarm...).
Contactors:
N-CON01 3-pole Contactor (24 Vac).
N-CON02 3-pole Contactor (220 Vac).
N-CON03 3-pole Contactor (12 Vdc).
N-CON04 3-pole Contactor, work retarded (24 Vac).
N-CON05 3-pole Contactor, work retarded (220 Vac).
N-CON06 3-pole Contactor, work retarded (12 Vdc).
N-CON07 3-poles Contactor, rest retarded (24 Vac).
N-CON08 3-poles Contactor, rest retarded (220 Vac).
N-CON09 3-poles Contactor, rest retarded (12 Vdc).
N-CON10 3-pole Contactor-Inverter (24 Vac).
N-CON11 3-pole Contactor-Inverter (220 Vac).
N-CON12 3-pole Contactor-Inverter (12 Vdc).
N-CON13 4-pole Contactor (24 Vac).
N-CON14 4-pole Contactor (220 Vac).
N-CON15 4-pole Contactor(12 Vdc).
Control:
N-CTR01
Basic Control Module.
N-CTR02
Advanced Control Module.
N-CTR03
Burglar Control Module.
N-CTR04
Power Module 15 W.
N-CTR05
Power Module 72 W.
N-CTR06
Modem Module.
N-PFD
Power Flow Distribution Module.
N-MSM
Manual Synchronization Module.
N-ASYB
Basic Synchronization Module.
N-AVR/P
Automatic Voltage Regulator.
N-ASY3PH Three-phase Automatic Synchronoscope.
N-BTBINV Back to Back Inverter.
Detectors:
N-DET01
Flooding Detector.
N-DET02
Gas Detector.
N-DET03
Fitted Power Supply.
N-DET04
Fitted Flooding Detector.
N-DET05
Gas Detector for domestic control.
N-DET06
Smoke Detector.
N-DET07
Ionization Smoke Detector.
N-DET08
Optic Smoke Detector.
N-DET09
Intrusion Detector for domestic control.
N-DET10
Water Electro-valve.
N-DET11
Probe for Water Electro-valve.
N-DET12
Gas Electro-valve.
N-DET13
Wireless Intrusion Detector RF.
N-DET14
Wireless Panic Push-button RF.
N-DET15
Wireless 1-channel Receptor RF.
N-DET16
Battery Module for domestic control.
N-DET17
Temperature Probe.
N-DET18
Passive Infrared Detector PIR.
N-DET19
Twilight Detector.
N-DET20
Light Detector.
N-DET21
Fire Detector through Ionization.
N-DET22
Fire Thermal Detector.
N-DET23
Gas Electronic Detector.
N-DET24
CO Detector with relay output (230 V, 50 Hz).
N-DET25
Microwaves Detector/Switch.
N-DET26
Open Door Magnetic Detector.
N-DET27
Glass Break Detector.
N-DET28
Inertia Detector.
N-DET29
Passive Infrared Presence Detector.
N-DET30
Microwave Presence Detector.
N-DET31
Thermo-velocimetric Detector.
N-DET32
Magnetic Proximity Detector.
N-DET33
Optic Proximity Detector.
N-DET34
CO Detector.
N-DET35
Passive Infrared Alarm-Detector.
EIB Technology modules:
N-LREG
Lighting regulator.
N-BOUT
Binary output.
N-UDIM
Universal dimmer.
N-PUSHM Pushbuttons module.
N-ACTS
Actuator for the shutters.
N-MOTS
Motor for the shutters.
N-TREG
Temperature regulator.
N-AVAL
Actuator for the valve.
N-COMM Communication module.
N-MOVS
Motion Sensor.
N-SMDE
Smoke detector.
N-PLAM
Plugs with lamps.
N-CSW
Clock switch.
N-TCH
Touch panel.
N-SEC
Scenery/event controller.
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Faults Simulation:
N-SAV01
Simulation of 2 Earth Electrodes with Variable Resistance.
N-SAV02
Simulation Equipment of 3 different strange masses.
N-SAV03
Equipotential Collector with 2 strange masses.
N-SAV04
3-Phase + neutral System and AC/DC load, with earth
fault simulation.
N-FAULT
Fault Injection module.
N-FMAC
Fault Injection module for three-phase induction motors.
Fuses:
N-FUS01
Fuses 20 A (include 2-5-10-20 A).
N-FUS02
Fuses 32 A (include 8-16-20-32 A).
N-FUS03
3 Fuse-holders16 A, 380 Vac (include 2,4,6,10,16A).
N-FUS04
3 Fuse-holders 10 A,230 Vac (include 2,4,6,10 A).
N-FUS05
5 Sectionalizing Fuse-holders (until 25 A, include fuses 6 A).
N-FUS06
Rail Mount Fuse-holder + Panel Mount Fuse-holder.
N-FUS07
3 Panel Mount Fuse-holders.
N-FUS10
Module with 3 fuse-holders and power fuses.
N-FUS11
4 Panel Mount Fuses.
Indicators:
N-IND01
Nurse Panel.
N-IND02
Patient Room Panel.
N-IND03
Luminous Calling Panel.
Intercom-Interphone System:
N-POR01
Phones Power Supply.
N-POR02
Phone.
N-POR03
Interphone.
N-POR04
Video Camera.
N-POR05
Phone / Monitor.
N-POR06
Lock.
N-POR07
Digital Station.
N-POR08
Video - Interphone Power Supply.
Lamps:
N-LAM01
Lamps.
N-LAM02
Auxiliary Lamps (3 lamps, 24 Vac).
N-LAM03
3 Push-buttons and Lamps.
N-LAM04
3 Push-buttons and Lamps (24 Vac).
N-LAM05
Lamp-holder.
N-LAM06
Signs Indicator.
N-LAM07
Emergency Light.
N-LAM08
2 Lamp-holders+ Incandescent Lamps.
N-LAM08B Incandescent Lamp.
N-LAM09
Fluorescent Lamp.
N-LAM10
2 Halogen Lamps.
N-LAM11
2 Turning Halogen Lamps.
N-LAM12
Halogen Lamp with Transformer.
N-LAM13
2 Low Consumption Fluorescent Lamps.
N-LAM14
Direction Indicator Lamp (24 Vac).
N-LAM15
Number Indicator Lamp (24 Vac).
N-LAM16
Halogen Lamp.
N-LAM20
Auxiliary lamps (4 lamps).
N-LAM26
Lighting Module.
N-LAM30
Luminous panel, 24 V.
N-LAM32
LED Lamp.
LAMP4
4 Lamps Panel.
Loads:
N-CAR01
Fixed Resistive Load, 150 ohm, 500 W.
N-CAR02
Double Fixed Resistive Load, 150 ohm, 500 W.
N-CAR03
Fixed Resistive Load (custom-made).
N-CAR04
Variable Resistive Load, 150 ohm, 500 W.
N-CAR05
Double Variable Resistive Load, 150 ohm, 500 W.
N-CAR06
Variable Resistive Load (custom made).
N-CAR07
3-phase Variable Resistive Load, 3 x 150 ohm, 500 W.
N-CAR08
3-phase Variable Resistive Load (custom made).
N-CAR09
Capacitive Load 4 x 7 F.
N-CAR10
Capacitive Load.
N-CAR11
3-phase Capacitive Load.
N-CAR12
Inductive Load 0-33-78-140-193-236 mH.
N-CAR13
Inductive Load (custom made).
N-CAR14
3-phase Inductive Load.
N-CAR15
Current Transformer Load.
N-CAR16
Voltage Transformer Load.
N-CAR17
Line Capacitor.
N-CAR18
Aerial Line Model.
N-CAR18/A Rheostat for Equivalent Circuit of an Electric Line.
N-CAR18/B Inductance for Equivalent Circuit of an Electric Line.
N-CAR18/C Capacitor for Equivalent Circuit of an Electric Line.
N-CAR19
Single-phase Commutable Capacitor Load.
N-CAR20
Diodes and Thyristors.
N-CAR21
Inductive and Capacitive Loads.
N-CAR22
AC Starting Rheostat.
N-CAR23
DC Starting Rheostat.
N-CAR24
Field Rheostat.
N-CAR30
Inductances Module.
N-CAR31
Capacitors Module.
N-CAR32
Rectifier Diodes Module.
N-CAR33
Resistive Components Module.
N-CAR34
N-REF
N-REFT
N-REFT300
N-IND
N-INDT
N-CON
N-CONT
N-REV
N-REVT
N-RCL3R
N-RCL3R/B
N-CAR19T3
N-CAR19T3D
Single-phase rectifier diodes.
Resistor Load with commutator.
Three-phase Resistor Load with commutator.
300 Ohms Three-phase Fixed Resistor Module.
Variable Inductive Load with commutator.
Three-phase Variable Inductive Load with commutator.
Variable Capacitor Load with commutator.
Three-phase Variable Capacitor Load with commutator.
Variable Resistor.
Three-phase Variable Resistor.
Resistive, Inductive and Capacitive Loads Module.
Universal Loads Module.
Three-Phase Bank of Commutable Capacitors Module.
Three-Phase Digital Bank of Commutable Capacitors
Module.
N-CAR35T3
Three-Phase Bank of Commutable Resistors Module.
N-CAR35T3D
Three-Phase Digital Bank of Commutable Resistors Module.
N-CAR36T3
Three-Phase Bank of Commutable Inductances Module.
N-CAR36T3D
Three-Phase Digital Bank of Commutable Inductances
Module.
N-CAR19T4D
Three-Phase Digital Capacitor Banks Module.
N-CAR19S4D
Single-Phase Digital Capacitor Banks Module.
N-CAR35T3/1.2K 1.2KW Three-Phase step-variable resistor load Module.
N-CAR36T3/0.9K 0.9Kvar Three-Phase step-variable inductive load Module.
N-CAR19T3/0.8K 0.8Kvar Three-Pase step-variable capacitive load Module.
Meters:
N-MED01
DC Micro-ammeter (0-100 microA).
N-MED02
DC Micro-ammeter (0-600 microA).
N-MED03
DC Milliammeter (0-100 mA).
N-MED04
DC Milliammeter (0-600 mA).
N-MED05
DC Ammeter (0-1.5 A).
N-MED06
DC Ammeter (custom-made).
N-MED07
AC Milliammeter (0-100 mA).
N-MED08
AC Milliammeter (0-600 mA).
N-MED09
AC Ammeter (0-2.5 A).
N-MED10
AC Ammeter (0-5 A).
N-MED11
AC Ammeter (0-10 A).
N-MED12
AC Ammeter (custom-made).
N-MED13
DC Millivoltmeter (0-100 mV).
N-MED14
DC Millivoltmeter (0-600 mV).
N-MED15
DC Voltmeter (0-5 V).
N-MED16
DC Voltmeter (0-50 V).
N-MED17
DC Voltmeter (0-200 V).
N-MED18
DC Voltmeter (custom-made).
N-MED19
AC Voltmeter (0-10 V).
N-MED20
AC Voltmeter (0-60 V).
N-MED21
AC Voltmeter (0-250 V).
N-MED22
AC Voltmeter (0-400Vac).
N-MED23
AC Voltmeter (custom-made).
N-MED24
AC Double Voltmeter.
N-MED25
Pointer Frequency Meter (45-65 Hz).
N-MED26
Frequency Meter.
N-MED27
Reed Frequency Meter 60 Hz.
N-MED28
Reed Double Frequency Meter 46-64 Hz.
N-MED29
Tachymetric Voltmeter (custom made).
N-MED30
1-Phase Phasemeter 230 V.
N-MED31
3-Phase Phasemeter 400 V.
N-MED32
1-Phase Wattmeter 230 V.
N-MED33
3-Phase Balanced Wattmeter 440 V.
N-MED34
3-Phase Balanced Wattmeter (4 wires) 440 V.
N-MED35
3-Phase Unbalanced Wattmeter (3 wires) 440 V.
N-MED36
3-Phase Unbalanced Wattmeter with neutral (4 wires) 440 V.
N-MED37
3-Phase Unbalanced Wattmeter (3 systems) 440 V.
N-MED38
1-Phase Varmeter 230 V.
N-MED39
3-Phase Balanced Varmeter 440 V.
N-MED40
3-Phase Balanced Varmater (4 wires)440 V.
N-MED41
3-Phase Unbalanced Varmeter (3 wires) 440 V.
N-MED42
3-Phase Unbalanced Varmeter with neutral (4 wires) 440 V.
N-MED43
3-Phase Unbalanced Varmeter (3 systems) 440V.
N-MED44
Phase Sequence Indicator.
N-MED45
1-Phase Synchronization Equipment.
N-MED46
3-Phase Synchronization Equipment.
N-MED47
Pulse Counter.
N-MED48
Hour Counter 24 V / 50 Hz.
N-MED49
Hour Counter.
N-MED50
Hour Counter 12 - 36 Vdc.
N-MED51
Insulation Indicator 440 V.
N-MED52
Insulation Indicator 440 V with optic and acoustic signalling.
N-MED53
Sound Tester of Continuity.
N-MED54
1-Phase Maximum Current Meter +Alarm.
N-MED55
3-Phase Maximum Current Meter,4 wires.
N-MED56
Maximum Power Meter.
N-MED57
3-Phase Active Energy Meter.
N-MED58
3-Phase Reactive Energy Meter.
N-MED59
Chronometer.
N-MED63
Synchronoscope.
N-MED64
Phase Sequence Indicator.
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N-MED65
Digital Multimeter.
N-MED65/A Advanced Digital Multimeter.
N-MED66
Indicator of Phase Presence / Absence.
N-MED67
Thermometer (Room Temperature).
N-MED68
Hygrometer.
N-MED69
Hygrostat.
N-MED70
Quartz Analog Clock.
N-MED71
Digital Alarm Clock (with Thermometer and 2 Alarms).
N-MED72
Energy Counter.
N-MED73
1-Phase Light Counter.
N-MED74
3-Phase Light Counter.
N-MED75
Digital Meteorological Station.
N-MED76
Thermostat for Heating.
N-MED77
Thermostat for Heating and Refrigeration.
N-MEDV
Analog Voltmeter.
N-MEDI
Analog Ammeter.
N-TMEDV
Three-phase Analog Voltmeter.
N-TMEDI
Three-phase Analog Ammeter.
N-MPDM
Mechanical Power Digital Measurement Unit.
N-MUAD
Electric Power Data Adquisition System.
N-TM
Torque Measurement Unit.
STRO
Stroboscope.
TECNEL/T
Tachogenerator.
TECNEL/TM Optical Speed Meter.
N-EAL
Network Analyzer Unit.
N-EALAR
Network Analyzer Unit with active and reactive energy
counters.
N-EALD
Network Analyzer Unit with Computer Data Acquisition.
N-EALDG
Network Analyzer Unit with Computer Data Acquisition +
Oscilloscope Display.
N-EAL-DC
DC Network Analyzer Unit.
N-EALDC/G DC Generator Analyzer.
N-EAM-VA
Analog Measurement Unit.
N-EAM-DC Analog Measurement Unit. (DC)
N-EME-SA
Advanced Synchronous Module.
LOCL
Load Cell.
N-DMM
Dynamometer.
N-ASY
Synchronoscope Module.
N-EMSD
Advanced Digital Synchronoscope Module.
N-MSM
Manual Synchronization Module.
N-CTT
Data Concentrator Module.
N-SM
Smart Meter Module.
BRLA
Compass to observe the rotating magnetic field.
Motor Controllers:
DC Motor Controllers
N-VVCC/M DC Motor Speed Controller.
N-VVCC
Advanced DC Motor Speed Controller.
N-VVPP/B
Stepper Motor Controller (manual control).
N-VVPP
Stepper Motor Controller (manual control and automatic
control).
AC Motor Controllers
N-VVCA/M AC Motor Speed Controller.
N-VVCA
Advanced AC Motor Speed Controller.
N-VVCA4K 4 kW Motor Controller Module.
N-DFGC
Double-feed Generator Control Module.
N-VVCA5K. 5 kW Motor Speed Controller.
Motors:
DC Motors
EMT1
DC Independent excitation motor-generator.
EMT2
DC Series excitation motor-generator.
EMT3
DC Shunt excitation motor-generator.
EMT4
DC Compound excitation motor-generator.
EMT5
DC Shunt-series compound excitation motor.
EMT12
Universal Motor.
EMT15
DC Permanent magnet motor.
EMT18
DC Brushless motor.
EMT19
Stepper motor.
AC Motors
EMT6
AC Synchronous three-phase motor alternator.
EMT6-B
Permanent magnets synchronous three-phase generator.
EMT6/1K
1KW Three-phase Synchronous Machine.
EMT7
Asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage.
EMT7-B
Asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage (4 poles).
EMT7-C
Asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage (8 poles).
EMT8
Asynchronous three-phase motor with wound rotor.
EMT8DF
Double Feed Induction Generator.
EMT8-DF
1.5KW Three-Phase Induction Motor with Slip Rings and
Wound Rotor.
EMT9
Dahlander three-phase motor.
EMT10
Asynchronous three-phase motor of two independent speeds.
EMT11
Asynchronous single-phase motor with starting capacitor.
EMT12
EMT14
EMT16
Universal Motor.
Repulsion motor, single phase with short circuited brushes.
Asynchronous single-phase motor with starting and
running capacitor.
EMT17
Asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage with «Y»
connection.
EMT20
Asynchronous single-phase motor with split phase.
EMT21
Three-phase reluctance motor.
EMT22
Single-phase shaded pole motor.
EMT23
Linear Motor.
GMG4K
4 kW Generator-Group.
GMG4.5K3PH 4.5 KW Generator-Motor Group.
GMG1.5K3PH 1.5KW Slip Ring Generator-Motor Group.
N-SERV1K
1 kW Servomotor Module.
Motors (cut away):
EMT1-S
Cut away DC independent excitation motor-generator.
EMT2-S
Cut away DC series excitation motor-generator.
EMT3-S
Cut away DC shunt excitation motor-generator.
EMT4-S
Cut away DC compound excitation motor-generator.
EMT5-S
Cut away DC shunt-series compound excitation motor.
EMT6-S
Cut away AC synchronous three-phase motor alternator.
EMT7-S
Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage.
EMT8-S
Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor with wound rotor.
EMT9-S
Cut away Dahlander three-phase motor.
EMT10-S
Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor of two
independent speeds.
EMT11-S
Cut away asynchronous single-phase motor with starting
capacitor.
EMT12-S
Cut away universal motor.
EMT14-S
Cut away repulsion motor, single phase with short circuited
brushes.
EMT15-S
Cut away DC permanent magnet motor.
EMT16-S
Cut away asynchronous single-phase motor with starting
and running capacitor.
EMT17-S
Cut away asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel cage
with «Y» connection.
EMT18-S
Cut away DC Brushless motor.
EMT19-S
Cut away stepper motor.
EMT20-S
Cut away asynchronous single-phase motor with split phase.
EMT21-S
Cut away three-phase reluctance motor.
EMT22-S
Cut away single-phase shaded pole motor.
Motors (transparent and functional):
EMT1-T
Transparent and functional DC independent excitation
motor-generator.
EMT2-T
Transparent and functional DC series excitation motorgenerator.
EMT3-T
Transparent and functional DC shunt excitation motorgenerator.
EMT4-T
Transparent and functional DC compound excitation
motor-generator.
EMT5-T
Transparent and functional DC shunt-series compound
excitation motor.
EMT6-T
Transparent and functional AC synchronous three-phase
motor alternator.
EMT7-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase
motor of squirrel cage.
EMT8-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase
motor with wound rotor.
EMT9-T
Transparent and functional Dahlander three-phase motor.
EMT10-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase
motor of two independent speeds.
EMT11-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous single-phase
motor with starting capacitor.
EMT12-T
Transparent and functional universal motor.
EMT14-T
Transparent and functional repulsion motor, single phase
with short circuited brushes.
EMT16-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous single-phase
motor with starting and running capacitor.
EMT17-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous three-phase
motor of squirrel cage with «Y» connection.
EMT20-T
Transparent and functional asynchronous single-phase
motor with split phase.
EMT21-T
Transparent and functional three-phase reluctance motor.
EMT22-T
Transparent and functional single-phase shaded pole motor.
Motors (disassembly):
EMT5-D
Disassembly DC shunt-series compound excitation motor.
EMT7-D
Disassembly asynchronous three-phase motor of squirrel
cage.
EMT8-D
Disassembly asynchronous three-phase motor with wound
rotor.
EMT16-D
Disassembly asynchronous single-phase motor with
starting and running capacitor.
EMT20-D
Disassembly asynchronous single-phase motor with split
phase.
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Overvoltage:
N-SOB01
N-SOB02
N-SOB03
N-SOB04
N-SOB05
N-SOB06
N-SOB07
N-SOB08
PLC modules:
N-EME-PLCE
N-EME-PLCEA
N-PLC01
N-PLC02
N-PLC03
N-PLC04
N-PLC05
N-PLC06
Power Supply:
N-ALI01
N-ALI02
N-ALI03
N-ALI04
N-ALI05
N-ALI06
N-ALI07
N-ALI08
N-ALI10
N-ACPWS
N-DCPWS
N-EME-U
N-PWFI
Push Buttons:
N-PUL01
N-PUL02
N-PUL03
N-PUL04
N-PUL05
N-PUL06
N-PUL07
N-PUL08
N-PUL09
N-PUL10
N-PUL11
N-PUL12
N-PUL13
N-PUL14
N-PUL15
N-PUL16
N-PUL17
N-PUL18
N-PUL19
N-PUL20
N-PUL21
N-PUL22
N-PUL23
N-PUL24
N-PUL25
N-PUL26
N-PUL27
N-PUL28
N-PUL29
N-PUL30
N-PUL31
N-PUL32
N-PUL33
N-PUL34
N-PUL35
N-PUL36
N-PUL37
N-PUL38
N-PUL39
N-PUL40
N-PUL41
N-PUL42
N-PUL43
N-PUL44
N-PUL45
1-Pole Transient Overvoltage Limiter.
1-Pole +neutral Transient Overvoltage Limiter.
3-Pole Transient Overvoltage Limiter.
3-Pole + neutral Transient Overvoltage Limiter.
2-Pole Transient Overvoltage Limiter (Analog
Telephonic Lines).
2-Pole Transient Overvoltage Limiter (Digital Telephonic
Lines).
2-Pole Permanent Overvoltage Limiter.
Transient Overvoltage Double Limiter.
Electrical Machines PLC Unit.
Advanced PLC Unit.
PLC01 Control Module.
PLC02 Control Module.
PLC03 Control Module.
PLC04 Control Module.
PLC05 Control Module.
PLC06 Control Module.
Industrial Main Power Supply.
Main Power Supply.
AC Auxiliary Power Supply.
DC Auxiliary Power Supply (+12,0,-12Vdc).
Jumpers.
Adjustable AC Power Supply.
Adjustable DC Power Supply.
Standby Battery, 12 Vdc.
Power Supply Module.
AC Motor Power Supply.
DC Motor Power Supply.
Electrical Machines Unit - Universal Power Supply.
Three-phase supply with low voltage protection 400 V/16A.
Emergency Stop Push-Button (220 Vac).
Mushroom Push-Button (24 Vac).
Push-Buttons with Light (220 Vac).
Push-Buttons with Light (24 Vac).
Power Circuit 3 Push-Buttons.
Control Circuit 3 Push-Buttons.
Box of 3 Push-Buttons for Industrial use.
Box of 3 Auxiliary Push-Buttons.
Push-Button with Auxiliary Light (230 Vac).
Push-Button with Auxiliary Light (24 Vac).
2 Double Push-Buttons (230 Vac).
2 Double Push-Buttons(24 Vac).
2 Positions Actuators.
4 Positions Actuators.
Hanging Push-Button.
Push-Button for Industrial use.
Double Push-Button for Industrial use.
Waiter Push-Button.
Bell Push-Button /Open the Door.
2 Bell Push-Buttons.
2 Bell Push-Buttons with Light.
2 Light Push-Buttons.
2 Push-Buttons with Symbol to be chosen by the
Customer.
2 Light Push-Buttons with pilot-light.
2 Disconnecting Push-Buttons (NC) with Symbol to be
chosen by the Customer.
2 Push-Buttons with Green/Red pilot-light 24 Vdc.
Neutral Push-Button.
Neutral Push-Button with Light.
2 Push-Buttons Group for Blinds (without Interlock).
2 Push-Buttons Group for Blinds (with Interlock).
2 Push Buttons Group (2 inputs + 2 outputs).
2 Push Buttons Group (1 input + 2 outputs).
Push-Button with Label-holder with Light.
Pull Push-Button.
Push-Button with Label-holder/Commutator with Labelholder.
Push-Button / Key Commutator.
Push-Buttons with / without Interlocking, 1NO+1NC.
Push-Buttons with / without Interlocking, 2NO.
Lighting Push-Button with Light, NO+NC.
Lighting Push-Button with Light, NC.
Lighting Push-Button without Light, NC.
Push-Button with Luminous Screen (bell, bulb, wc, alarm...).
Touch-Type Push-Button with Time Delay.
Numbered Light Push-Buttons (24 Vac).
2 Double Chamber Push-Buttons.
N-PUL48
N-PUL50
N-PUL51
Regulators:
N-REG01
N-REG02
N-REG03
N-REG04
N-REG05
N-REG06
N-REG07
N-REG08
N-REG09
N-REG10
N-REG11
N-REG12
N-REG13
N-REG14
N-REG15
N-VREG
N-CNV
N-CFP
N-CFPS
Relays:
N-REL01
N-REL02
N-REL03
N-REL04
N-REL05
N-REL06
N-REL07
N-REL08
N-REL09
N-REL10
N-REL11
N-REL12
N-REL13
N-REL14
N-REL15
N-REL16
N-REL17
N-REL18
N-REL19
N-REL20
N-REL21
N-REL21B
N-REL22
N-REL23
N-REL23/A
N-REL23/B
N-REL24
N-REL25
N-REL26
N-REL27
N-REL28
N-REL29
N-REL30
N-REL31
N-REL32
N-REL33
N-REL34
N-REL35
N-REL36
N-REL37
N-REL38
N-REL39
N-REL41
N-REL45
N-REL46
N-REL47
N-REL50
N-REL51
N-DIF
N-DIFVS
N-DIFR
N-TDIF
N-TDIFVS
N-TDIFFR
N-TSTF
N-TSTF3
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3 Double Chamber Push-Buttons.
3 Luminous pus-buttons for stairs lighting.
Switch pus-button type and buzzer of 24 V.
Continuous Voltage Regulator 5-12-24 Vdc.
Voltage Electronic Regulator (300 W).
Voltage Electronic Regulator (1000 W).
Voltage Electronic Regulator (500 VA).
Reactive Energy Regulator.
Voltage Electronic Regulator (Switch) Module.
Voltage Electronic Regulator (Switch/Commutator) 40 to 500W/
230 Vac.
Electronic Regulator for Fluorescent Lamps (Switch /
Commutator).
Electronic Regulator for Halogen Lamps with Transformer.
Universal Electronic Regulator (Switch/Commutator) 40 to 420W/
230 Vac.
Touch Type Voltage Electronic Regulator.
Infrared Voltage Regulator.
Infrared Remote Control.
Light Intensity Regulator (1000 W, 230 Vac).
Tap Regulator Module.
Voltage Regulator Module.
Level controller.
Advanced Power Factor Controller Module.
Single-phase Automatic Power Factor Controller.
Thermal Relay (1 - 1.6 A).
Thermal Relay (1.6 - 2.5 A).
Thermal Relay (2.5 - 4 A).
Thermal Relay (4 - 6 A).
Thermal Relay / 3-pole Phase fault (0.8 - 1.2 A).
Thermal Relay / 3-pole Phase fault (1.8 - 2.6 A).
Thermal Relay / 3-pole Phase fault (2.6 - 3.7 A).
Time Overcurrent Electronic Relay (0.3 -1.5 A).
Time Electronic Relay against Overcurrents (1.2 - 7 A).
Instantaneous Relay.
Time Relay (0.6-60 sec.).
Time Relay (3 - 300 sec.).
Monostable Relay.
Bistable Relay.
Astable Relay.
Solid-state Relay, 10 A, 230 V.
Solid-state Relay, 25 A, 230 V.
Solid-state Relay, 12 A, 400 V.
2 Solid-state Relays,10 A,230 V.
1-Phase Directional Relay.
Overvoltage Relay.
Subvoltage Relay.
Multi-function Protection Relay (software included).
Overcurrent Relay and Fault to Earth.
Earth Leakage Relay.
Overcurrent Relay.
Auxiliary Relay.
Detection Relay of Insufficient Voltage.
Reactive Energy Regulator Relay.
Current Control Relay.
Voltage Control Relay.
Harmonics Detector Relay.
Synchronization Relay.
Domestic Control Relay 16 A, 230 Vac, 1NO + 1NC.
Domestic Control Relay 16 A, 230 Vac, 2NO.
Switch Relay 230 Vac.
Commutator Relay 230 Vac.
Switch Relay 24 Vdc.
Commutator Relay 24 Vdc.
Relay with Buzzer.
Current Relay (custom made).
Programmable Relay with Display and Software for PC computer.
Auxiliary relay with disconnection button.
Module with disjunctor.
Thermal Electric Motor Protection Module.
Thermal Relay.
Relays Module.
Reverse power relay.
Differential Protection.
Differential Protection with variable sensitivity.
Differential Protection with automatic resetting.
Three-phase Differential Protection.
Three-phase Differential Protection with variable sensitivity.
Three-phase Differential Protection with automatic resetting.
Tester Protection module.
Tester Protection module (3-phase).
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N-MPS
Motor protection module.
N-GDP
Generator differential protection module.
N-REP
Rotor earth-fault protection module.
N-TOP
Time Overcurrent protection module.
N-ULP
Unbalanced Load protection module.
N-ERP-PGC01 Generator Protection and Control Relay Module.
N-ERP-PDF01 Differential Protection Relay Module.
N-ERP-MA01 Feeder Management Relay Module.
N-ERP-MF01 Digital Fault Simulator Module.
N-ERP-SFT01 Overcurrent Protection Relay Module.
N-ERP-PD01 Distance Protection Relay Module.
ERP-UB
Protection Relays Test Unit.
ERP-PDF
Differential Protection Relay Module.
ERP-MA
Feeders Management Relay Module.
ERP-SFT
Overcurrent and Earth Fault Protection Relay Module.
ERP-SDND
Directional/Non Directional Overcurrent Protection Relay
Module.
ERP-PD
Distance Protection Relay Module.
Sensors:
N-SEN01
Instantaneous Micro-switch.
N-SEN02
MBB Micro-switch.
N-SEN03
BBM Micro-switch.
N-SEN01 / N-SEN02 / N-SEN03 Module Control.
N-SEN04
Inductive Proximity Sensor type PNP.
N-SEN05
Cylindrical Inductive Proximity Sensor.
N-SEN06
Flat Inductive Proximity Sensor Type PNP.
N-SEN07
Flat Inductive Proximity Sensor Type NPN.
N-SEN08
Cylindrical Inductive Rotation Control Sensor.
N-SEN09
Flat Inductive Rotation Control Sensor.
N-SEN10
Cylindrical Inductive Proximity Sensor (4 - 20 mA).
N-SEN11
Flat Inductive Proximity Sensor (4 - 20 mA).
N-SEN12
Flat Inductive Proximity Sensor (0 - 10 V).
N-SEN13
DC Cylindrical Capacitive Proximity Sensor.
N-SEN14
Cylindrical Capacitive Proximity Sensor.
N-SEN15
DC Rectangular Capacitive Proximity Sensor.
N-SEN16
AC Rectangular Capacitive Proximity Sensor.
N-SEN17
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensor.
N-SEN18
Cylindrical Photoelectric Sensor.
N-SEN19
Miniature Photoelectric Sensor.
N-SEN20
Compact Photoelectric Sensor.
N-SEN21
Barrier Photoelectric Sensor (Emitter).
N-SEN22
Barrier Photoelectric Sensor (Receptor).
N-SEN23
Reflecting Photoelectric Sensor (Emitter).
N-SEN24
Reflecting Photoelectric Sensor (Receptor).
N-SEN25
Level Magnetic Sensor.
N-SEN26
Presence and Motion Sensor (Wall).
N-SEN27
Presence and Motion Sensor (Ceiling).
N-SEN28
Cylindrical Inductive Proximity Sensor (2 wires).
N-SEN29
Cylindrical Inductive Proximity Sensor.
Signal Plugs:
N-TSE01
Telephony 4 Plugs.
N-TSE02
Telephony 6 Plugs.
N-TSE03
Radio -TV Plug (inductive) Unique.
N-TSE04
Radio -TV Plug (inductive) Intermediate.
N-TSE05
Radio -TV Plug (inductive) Final.
N-TSE06
Radio -TV Plug (inductive) Series.
N-TSE07
Radio -TV + Satellite Plug Unique.
N-TSE08
Radio -TV + Satellite Plug Intermediate.
N-TSE09
Radio -TV + Satellite Plug Final.
N-TSE10
Computer Connection RJ-45.
N-TSE11
Computer Connection RJ-11/12.
N-TSE12
Shaver Plug 115 / 230 V.
Signalling:
N-SEL01
Light Signalling Beacons (lamps).
N-SEL02
Blinking Signalling Beacons.
N-SEL03
3 Pilot-Lights.
N-SEL04
4 Pilot- Lights.
N-SEL05
Rotatory Light Halogen Lamp 70 W.
N-SEL06
Rotatory Light Incandescent Lamp 25 W.
N-SEL07
Industrial Siren.
N-SEL08
Autonomous Emergency Beaconing.
N-SEL09
Double Luminous Signalling red-green.
N-SEL10
Double Luminous Signalling red-green 24 Vac.
N-SEL11
Stop / Go Signalling.
N-SEL12
Digital Indicator Voltmeter / Ammeter.
N-SEL13
Luminous Indicator, 1-Phase Voltage 230 Vac.
N-SEL14
Luminous Indicator of 3-Phase Voltage Fault.
N-SEL15
Lighting Luminous Indicator 230 Vac.
N-SEL16
N-SEL17
N-SEL18
N-SEL19
N-SEL20
N-SEL21
N-SEL22
N-SEL24
N-SEL40
Sockets:
N-ENC01
N-ENC02
N-ENC03
N-ENC04
N-ENC05
N-ENC06
N-ENC07
N-ENC08
N-ENC09
N-ENC10
N-ENC11
Siren with Blinking Beacon 24 Vdc.
Fire Indicators, Bell type.
Emergency Fluorescent Lamp.
2 Blinking Beacons.
Water Proof Hublot + Water Proof Switch / Commutator.
Indoor Siren.
Beacon with Flasher Filament and Pyramidal Len.
3 Blinking lamps, 24 V.
Sound Element.
1-Phase European Socket.
1-Phase American Socket.
1-Phase Industrial Socket.
3-Phase Socket.
3-Phase Socket with ground terminal + neutral.
3-Phase Socket with ground terminal.
3-Phase Industrial Socket with ground terminal.
Universal Socket.
2-pole European Socket with Safety Device.
2-pole European Socket with Displaced ground terminal.
2-pole European Socket with Lateral ground terminal and
Safety Device.
N-ENC12 2-pole European Socket, French System.
N-ENC13 Mixed (European-American) 2-pole Polarized Socket with
ground terminal.
N-ENC14 Wireless Socket / Receptor.
N-ENC15 British Socket with ground terminal.
N-ENC17 2 Domestic Sockets.
N-ENC18 2 Industrial Single-phase Sockets.
N-ENC20 2 industrial Three-phase Sockets.
Starters/Commutators:
N-ARR01 Manual Star-Delta Starter.
N-ARR02 Temporized Star-Delta Starter.
N-ARR03 Manual Auto-transformer Starter.
N-ARR04 Temporized Auto-transformer Starter.
N-ARR05 Manual Star-Delta Starter with Inversion.
N-ARR06 Temporized Star-Delta Starter with Inversion.
N-ARR07 Manual Dahlander Commutator, 2 Speeds.
N-ARR08 Temporized Dahlander Commutator, 2 Speeds.
N-ARR09 Manual Independent Windings Commutator, 2 speeds.
N-ARR10 Temporized Independent Windings Commutator, 2 speeds.
N-ARR11 Poles Commutation with Inversion.
N-ARR12 Direct Starter.
N-ARR13 Direct Starter with Inversion.
N-ARR14 Switches and Push-buttons Module for motor control.
N-ARR15 Compact Direct Starter.
N-ARR16 Electronic Soft Starter.
Switches: Differential Automatic Switches:
N-IAD01
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 6A, 30 mA,
class A.
N-IAD02
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 10A, 30 mA,
class A.
N-IAD03
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 10A, 30 mA,
class AC.
N-IAD04
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 16A, 30 mA,
class A.
N-IAD05
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 16A, 30 mA,
class AC.
N-IAD06
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 25A, 30 mA,
class A.
N-IAD07
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 25A, 30 mA,
class AC.
N-IAD08
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 40A, 30 mA,
class A.
N-IAD09
1-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 40A, 30 mA,
class AC.
N-IAD10
2-pole Differential Automatic Switch 16A, 10 mA, class AC.
N-IAD11
2-pole Differential Automatic Switch 25A, 30 mA, class AC.
N-IAD12
2-pole Differential Automatic Switch 40A, 30 mA, class AC.
N-IAD13
3-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 25A, 300mA,
class AC, instantaneous.
N-IAD14
3-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 25A, 300mA,
class AC, selective.
N-IAD15
3-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 40A, 300mA,
class AC, instantaneous.
N-IAD16
3-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 40A, 300mA,
class AC, selective.
N-IAD17
4-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 63A, 300mA,
class AC, instantaneous.
N-IAD18
4-pole + neutral Differential Automatic Switch, 63A, 300mA,
class AC, selective.
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Switches: Magneto-thermal Automatic Switches:
N-IAM01 1-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch 0.5 A, Curve C.
N-IAM02 1-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch 1 A, Curve C.
N-IAM03 1-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch 4 A, Curve C.
N-IAM04 1-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch 10 A, Curve C.
N-IAM05 1-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch 25 A, Curve C.
N-IAM06 1-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch 40 A, Curve C.
N-IAM07 1-pole + neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 1 A,
Curve C.
N-IAM08 1-pole + neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 4 A,
Curve C.
N-IAM09 1-pole + neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 10A,
Curve C.
N-IAM10 1-pole + neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 25A,
Curve C.
N-IAM11 1-pole + neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 40A,
Curve C.
N-IAM12 2-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 0.5A, Curve C.
N-IAM13 2-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 1 A, Curve C.
N-IAM14 2-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 4 A, Curve C.
N-IAM15 2-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 10 A, Curve C.
N-IAM16 2-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 25 A, Curve C.
N-IAM17 2-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 40 A, Curve C.
N-IAM18 3-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 0.5A, Curve C.
N-IAM19 3-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 1 A, Curve C.
N-IAM20 3-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 4 A, Curve C.
N-IAM21 3-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 10 A, Curve C.
N-IAM22 3-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 25 A, Curve C.
N-IAM23 3-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 40 A, Curve C.
N-IAM24 3-pole + neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 6A,
Curve C.
N-IAM25 3-pole +neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 10 A,
Curve C.
N-IAM26 3-pole +neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 16 A,
Curve C.
N-IAM27 3-pole +neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 25 A,
Curve C.
N-IAM28 3-pole+neutral Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 40 A,
Curve C.
N-IAM29 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 0.5A, Curve C.
N-IAM30 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 1 A, Curve C.
N-IAM31 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 4 A, Curve C.
N-IAM32 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 10 A, Curve C.
N-IAM33 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 16 A, Curve C.
N-IAM34 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 25 A, Curve C.
N-IAM35 4-pole Magneto-thermal Automatic Switch, 40 A, Curve C.
Switches: General Switches:
N-INT01
1-pole Load Switch.
N-INT02
2-pole Load Switch.
N-INT03
3-pole Load Switch.
N-INT04
4-pole Load Switch.
N-INT05
1-pole Rotary Switch.
N-INT06
3-pole Section Switch, 12 A.
N-INT07
3-pole Section Switch, 20 A.
N-INT08
3-pole Section Switch +Safety Stop, 12 A.
N-INT09
3-pole Section Switch +Safety Stop, 20 A.
N-INT10
Twilight Switch.
N-INT11
Twilight Switch with programmer clock.
N-INT12
Analogical Hour Switch.
N-INT13
Digital Hour Switch.
N-INT14
1-pole 2 Switches.
N-INT15
2 Switches with Light.
N-INT16
2-pole Switch (16 A).
N-INT17
2-pole Switch (16 A) with Light.
N-INT18
1-pole Switch + 1-pole Switch with Light.
N-INT19
1-pole Switch + 2-pole Switch.
N-INT20
1-pole Switch with Light + 2-pole Switch with Light.
N-INT21
Switch + Commutator Group + Bell Push-Button.
N-INT22
2 Switches for Blinds.
N-INT23
Group of 2 Switches.
N-INT24
Switch / Commutator for Card.
N-INT25
Wireless Switch / Commutator (Emitter).
N-INT26
Pastille Receptor (Receptor).
N-INT27
Touch Type Electronic Switch / Commutator by TRIAC.
N-INT28
Touch Type Electronic Switch / Commutator by Relay.
N-INT29
Infrared Switch / Commutator by TRIAC.
N-INT30
Infrared Switch / Commutator by Relay.
N-INT31
Intrusion Switch /Detector from 40 to 300W.
N-INT32
Intrusion Switch / Detector.
N-INT33
1-pole Fuse Switch, 16 A.
N-INT34
1-pole Fuse Switch with neutral, 16 A.
N-INT35
2-pole Fuse Switch, 16 A.
N-INT36
3-pole Fuse Switch, 16 A.
N-INT37
3-pole Fuse Switch with neutral, 16 A.
N-INT38
1-pole Lighting Switch, 16 A.
N-INT39
2-pole Lighting Switch, 16 A.
N-INT40
3-pole Lighting Switch, 16 A.
N-INT41
3-pole Lighting Switch with neutral, 25 A.
N-INT42
Lighting Switch with Control Lamp.
N-INT43
1-pole Telecontrol Switch.
N-INT44
2-pole Telecontrol Switch.
N-INT45
3-pole Telecontrol Switch.
N-INT46
Remote Control Switch (heating, refrigeration...).
N-INT47
Switch with Luminous Screen (bell, bulb, wc, alarm...).
N-INT48
1-pole Switch + 1-pole Push-button.
N-INT51
2 Switches, push-button type.
N-SFC
Limit switch.
N-SWT4
Four position selector (measuring point selector).
Switches: Special Switches:
N-INX01
DC 1-pole Special Automatic Switch 1 A, Curve C.
N-INX02
DC 1-pole Special Automatic Switch 2 A, Curve C.
N-INX03
DC 1-pole Special Automatic Switch 6 A, Curve C.
N-INX04
DC 1-pole Special Automatic Switch 10 A, Curve C.
N-INX05
DC 2-pole Special Automatic Switch 1 A, Curve C.
N-INX06
DC 2-pole Special Automatic Switch 2 A, Curve C.
N-INX07
DC 2-pole Special Automatic Switch 6 A, Curve C.
N-INX08
DC 2-pole Special Automatic Switch 10 A, Curve C.
N-INX09
Remote-controlled Switch.
N-INX10
1-pole + neutral Overvoltage Protection.
N-INX11
3-pole + neutral Overvoltage Protection.
N-INX12
Overvoltage Switchable Protection with Luminous Indicator.
N-INX13
RJ-11 Fine Protection - Analog Telephony.
N-INX14
RJ-45 Fine Protection - Digital Telephony.
Test Units:
N-UND01 Brake Control Unit.
N-UND02 Differential Switches Test Unit.
N-UND03 Automatic Switches Test Unit.
Time Control:
N-CTI01
Multi-function Timer.
N-CTI02
24 Hours Timer without Operation Reserve (1NO).
N-CTI03
24 Hours Timer with Operation Reserve (1NO).
N-CTI04
Weekly Timer per hours with Operation Reserve (1NO).
N-CTI05
24 Hours Timer without Operation Reserve (1NONC).
N-CTI06
24 Hours Timer with Operation Reserve (1NONC).
N-CTI07
24 Hours / Week Digital Timer (2NONC).
N-CTI08
Astronomical Digital Timer (2NO).
N-CTI09
Stairs Timer.
N-CTI10
Automatic of Stairs.
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Transformers:
N-TRA01
1-Phase Power Transformer 220-400/12-24 Vac,
100 VA.
N-TRA02
1-Phase Power Transformer 220-400/115-230 Vac,
1000 VA.
N-TRA03
1-Phase Power Transformer.
N-TRA04
3-Phase Power Transformer 380 / 220 V, 630 VA.
N-TRA05
3-Phase Power Transformer 220 / 127 V, 1000 VA.
N-TRA06
3-Phase Power Transformer.
N-TRA07
Isolating Transformer 230 / 24-12 Vac, 16 A.
N-TRA08
Isolating Transformer 230 / 24-12 Vac, 40 A.
N-TRA09
3-Phase Isolating Transformer 230 - 380/230-380,
500VA.
N-TRA10
Current Transformer 25 / 5 A.
N-TRA11
Current Transformer 40 / 5 A.
N-TRA12
3-Phase Current Transformer.
N-TRA13
1-Phase Auto-transformer.
N-TRA14
3-Phase Auto-transformer.
N-TRA15
Current Adding Transformer, 2 inputs,15 VA.
N-TRA16
Current Adding Transformer, 3 inputs, 15 VA.
N-TRA17
Current Adding Transformer, 4 inputs, 15 VA.
N-TRA18
Petersen Coil.
N-TRA19
Transformer for Experiments (custom made).
N-TRA20
1-Phase Variable Voltage Transformer 220 / 350 VA.
N-TRA21
Electronic Transformer 60 W.
N-TRA22
Electronic Transformer 105 W.
N-TRA23
Transformer with Switch 230/12V,16 A.
N-TRA26
Module with 110-220V input transformer and 24V,
3A output.
TRA28
Three-phase Transformer.
N-TRA29
Three-phase Transformer.
N-TRA30
Three-phase Isolating Transformer 24Vac/380Vac.
N-TRA31
Current Transformer 1000/1.
N-TRANS01
Single-phase Power Transformer.
N-TRANS03
Three-phase Autotransformer.
N-TRANS/3
Three-phase Transformer.
TRANS3/5KGR 5KW Three-Phase Grid Transformer.
N-TRANS3/5KSU 5KW Three-Phase Step-Up Transformer Module.
TRANS3/5KR
5kW Step-Down Transformer with voltage regulator.
N-TRANS3/1KR Three-Phase Regulation Transformer.
TRANS3/5KSU
5KW Three-Phase Step-Up Transformer.
N-TRMC
Current Transformer.
N-TRTC
Three-Phase Current Transformer.
N-TRMV
Voltage Transformer.
N-TRTV
Three-Phase Voltage Transformer.
N-AUTR
Variable Auto-Transformer.
N-AUTR3PH
Three-phase Variable Auto-transformer.
N-EMPTA
Auxiliary Transformer and Protection Module.
N-ETT
Three-phase and Single Phase Transformer Unit.
N-TPPT
Three-phase Power Transformer Unit.
STC
Single-phase transformer core.
TTC
Three-phase transformer core.
Wireless modules:
N-IOWM
Wireless Outputs Module.
N-WISM
Wireless Intrusion Sensor Module.
N-WLDM
Wireless Leak detector Module.
N-WLSM
Wireless Light Sensor Module.
N-WMSM
Wireless Motion Sensor Module.
N-WSDM
Wireless Smoke Detector Module.
N-WSM
Wireless Switches Module.
Others:
N-VAR01
Motor for Blinds / Curtains.
N-VAR05
Tones Dialing Telephone.
N-VAR07
Kit: Burglar Alarm Central.
N-VAR08
Monitor.
N-VAR09
Frequency Variator.
N-VAR16
Electromagnetism Kit with group of motor/generator.
VAR17
Dismantled Transformer Kit.
VAR18
Electrostatic Kit.
N-HPM
Home Power Module.
MWMT
Manual Winding Machine for Motors and Transformers.
CWC
Copper wire coil.
DPP
Water tank.
N-CPUB
Electrical Control Panel Basic Unit.
CPKIT1
Electrical Control Panel Kit 1.
FTT
Flooding transparent tank.
OTT
Output transparent tank.
WP
Water pump.
N-ADAM
AC/DC/AC Converter Module.
N-AE1
Transmission Lines Simulation Module.
N-AE1C
Commutable Transmission Line Simulation Unit.
N-AE1CD
Commutable Transmission Line Simulator.
N-AE1CD-L1
Line Model 1.
N-AE1CD-L2
Line Model 2.
N-DCTL
DC Transmission Line.
N-FRT
Fault Ride Through Module.
BAT
Battery.
N-INV01
Power Inverter (300W).
N-DCTL
DC Transmission Line.
N-PFD
Power Flow Distribution Module.
EH
Electric Heating Module.
PPINV
Photovoltaic Panel with Inverter.
SWTI
Small Wind Turbine with Inverter.
FVP85
85W Photovoltaic Panel.
*Specifications subject to change without previous notice, due to the convenience of improvements of the product.
REPRESENTATIVE:
C/ Del Agua, 14. Polígono Industrial San José de Valderas.
28918 LEGANÉS. (Madrid). SPAIN.
Phone: 34-91-6199363 FAX: 34-91-6198647
E-mail: [email protected] WEB site: www.edibon.com
Issue: ED02/15
Date: May/2015
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