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    Ward Leonard Method of DC Machine

    Nvis 7036

    Product Description

    Nvis 7036 Ward Leonard Method of DC Machine is an elite training system for Electrical Laboratories. The product helps you to get fully acquainted with the basic concepts and functioning of a DC machines.

    The product demonstrates the Ward-Leonard Method of DC Machine through which user can not only operate but also control the speed of DC Machine in either direction without using DC supply.

    Separate terminals of Armature and Field windings are brought out on a terminal box fitted on top of the Motor so that one can connect them separately to the panel and can perform experiment correspondingly.

    Reverse connecting Switch is provided to control the speed of DC Motor in either direction. The trainer thus provides explicit understanding of the subject. All protection devices are in built so there is almost no chance of fault or danger to user.

    Product Features

    • Exclusive and Compact Design
    • Electrical Loading Arrangement
    • Flexible Shaft Coupling Arrangement
    • Provided with Digital Tachometer
    • Machine with Class “B” Insulation
    • Heavy Duty Base/Channel
    • Equipped with Supply Indication Lamps
    • Terminals Provided to Use the Optional Externally
    • Equipped with Supply Indication Lamps
    • Designed by Considering all the Safety Standards
    • Diagrammatic Representation for the Ease of Connections
    • Product Tutorial
    Scope of Learning
      • Study of the speed control of Separately Excited DC Shunt Motor in either direction by Ward Leonard Method.

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