|Piston diameter||12 mm|
The experimental unit IA 110 can be used to calibrate an electronic pressure sensor under practical conditions. The test pressure is generated with a conventional piston manometer. The piston is loaded with weight rings and generates a defined test pressure p = FG/AP, where FG is the force due to the weights and AP is the cross-sectional area of the piston. A hand-operated spindle is used to relieve the pressure after measurement allowing the piston to return to a rest position. The influence of friction is minimised by rotating the piston during measurement. The test pressure generated in this way is applied to the diaphragm of a pressure sensor. The pressure-dependent electrical output signal is indicated on a digital display.
|Material||GUNT course engineering drawing model set for developing spatial concepts fundamentals of three-dim|
|Model Name/Number||TZ 100|
|Number of rollers||12|
Vibration analysis is a key tool in estimating the condition of a roller bearing. The slow change in the vibration spectrum provides indications of the remaining life of a bearing and can be used as a criterion for its replacement. The spectral distribution can deliver accurate information on the type and location of the damage. PT 501 contains six interchangeable roller bearings on which different faults can be detected and explained. The radial load on the bearing is set within broad limits using the loading device.
|Dimension||Principles Industrial Sensors,460x150x27mm (base plate),160x85x140mm (sensor supply) (LxWxH)|
|Output Current||1000 mA|
This training kit can be used to investigate a selection of different sensor types commonly used in industrial automation: optical, capacitive and inductive proximity switches to record displacement and proximity. These sensors are mounted on a base plate with the relevant accessories. The trigger distance is determined by moving the sensor holder. The base plate is provided with a scale for this purpose. A separate supply unit powers the sensors and displays the switching state by way of light-emitting diodes.