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    Power Factor Demonstrator

    Nvis 7061

    Product Description

    Nvis 7061 Power Factor Demonstrator is a unique product that to demonstrate the significance of Power Factor in an electrical circuits and explain basic concept and importance of Real Power, Apparent power, Reactive Power. It contains various values of Resistor, Capacitor, and Inductor inbuilt in the product.

    Student can make different circuit using different combination of Resistor, Capacitor, and Inductor and analysis of power factor. Students can also get to now the phenomenon of lagging and leading between current and voltage for different R, L, C combination circuit. Product includes facility to display Voltage, Current Power and Power Factor on a single LCD display make this product unique. This product can also interface with Oscilloscope. Students to analysis phase between voltage and current

    Nvis 7061, Power Factor Demonstrator is an ideal platform to enhance education, training, skills & development amongs our young minds.

    Product Features

    • Alphanumeric 16 x 2 Big Font LCD for better visibility
    • Inbuilt isolated BNC terminals to observe V and I simultaneously
    • Equipped with inbuilt R, L and C load required for experiment
    • Microcontroller based Measurement unit with high accuracy and resolution
    • Designed by considering all the safety standards
    • Diagrammatic representation for the ease of connections
    • Online product tutorial
    Scope of Learning
    • Measurement of Power Factor at Resistive (R) Load, Resistive and Inductive (R-L) Load, Resistive and Capacitive (R-C) Load, Resistive, Inductive and Capacitive (R-L-C) Load
    • Analysis and improvement of Power Factor of RL network through Capacitor
    • Analysis and improvement of Power Factor of RC network through Inductor
    • Analysis and improvement of Power Factor of RLC network through Inductor

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