In this training set can compare IE1, the International Electrotechnical Commission’s IEC efficiency classifications for three-phase asynchronous squirrel cage motors the most inefficient, and IE4, the most efficient class.
IE1, the most inefficient class of IEC efficiency classification, and IE4, the most efficient class, to increase energy efficiency by ensuring proper engine selection by observing energy consumption and efficiency differences between two asynchronous engines. In this set, the total active and apparent powers taken from the alternator by the total active, reactive and apparent powers that the motors have taken from the network, the instantaneous torque measurement of the motor circuits with the dynamic torque sensor and the four stage heater load we used to load the motors, and the energy they have drawn from the network are instantaneously measured Values from two motors over a 10-inch operator panel can be compared side-by-side on a single page.
IE1, IE4 Electric motor
Belt pulley system
Touch LCD Display
USB Computer Connection
Device, device cover, 1 printed experiment report, circuit diagram and product catalog