LEYBOLD teaching systems for Electrical Engineering

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From fundamental principles to control technology

The development of new technologies is leading to new career possibilities that require highly specialised skills. These new skills requirements are having a major impact in the area of vocational training and education with the demand for new qualifications and curricula in such disciplines as process control technology, communication, electro mechanics, automation and Industry 4.0. Our universally applicable training systems provide your students with the insight into the complex relationships of such modern technologies.

For the future specialist needs in the electrical industry, we offer didactic devices and teaching systems for the following areas:

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    Discover our selected highlight products

    In order for students to be able to also meet future requirements that occur by further change in technology, our LEYBOLD teaching systems are developed in such a way that they ideally combine theory and practice and support independent learning of working methods and methodological knowledge. The analysis, evaluation and solution finding are practiced and studied in every learning field. This way, students are optimally prepared for all steps from the development stage to the installation and repair of technology in their professional life. Also they are trained for new innovative approaches, such as the increasing networking of technical devices.

    HIGHLIGHT-PRODUCT: ASIMA II – Entry in Industry 4.0

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    The optimal plan simulator

    Choose out of 33 various systems - from star-delta reversing circuit to reactor – for the ASIMA II.
    Practical tasks challenge students to solve control problems with their own programs.
    To simulate Industry 4.0 systems, you can simply combine multiple systems together.

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    NEW TEACHING SYSTEM: Increased safety with electrical machines from LEYBOLD

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    Meet safety requirements for experiments

    Changes in the standards of electrical machines and drive technology and the technological progress in electrical drives as well as the subject of energy efficiency have demanded and closely accompanied the development of our new didactic teaching system “Electrical Machines 4.0”.

    From a fixation on the new machine bench to the protection against contact with rotating parts and a supplementary potential equalization, the machines provide safety during experiments. The system is also characterized by the insulation of all motors against the bench in order to connect Industry 4.0 capable frequency converters and servo drives in accordance with EMC regulations.

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    BESTSELLER: Fundamentals of the DC and AC Technology

    DC Technology

    From the assembly of simple circuits to the characteristics of non-linear resistors and experiments on DC measurement techniques, this equipment set-up covers all fundamentals that students need to know in the field of DC technology.

    Experiment topics:

    • Simple circuits
    • Ohmics resistance
    • Non-linear resistance
    • DC measurement techniques
    • DC voltage sources
    • Capacitors in DC circuits


    For more information please click here: DC Technology

    AC Technology

    Topics reach from the generation and representation of characteristic AC values to AC measurement techniques and also includes the use of the oscilloscope.

    Experiment topics:

    • Generation of an AC current
    • Characteristics of an AC current
    • Ohmic resistance in the AC circuit
    • Coils in the AC circuit
    • Series connection of resistors,
      coils and capacitors
    • Capacitor in the AC circuit
    • Series and parallel compensation
    • Voltage and current resonance
    • Single pulse and two pulse center point circuit
    • Transformator at no-load and under load

    For more information please click here: AC Technology