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BASIC MOTORS/GENERATORS MODELS 8211, 8221, 8231, AND 8241

GENERAL DESCRIPTION The Lab-Volt ElectroMechanical System (EMS) is a unique approach to electric power technology in philosophy and in design. All machines are designed, engineered, and manufactured for education and are not adaptations of equipment designed for any other use. The EMS machines are the result of Lab-Volt's engineering expertise and the careful research of educational requirements and industrial applications. The machines are scale models of their industrial counterparts and are designed to operate like large power equipment used in industry. This engineering detail, coupled with Lab-Volt's dedication to educational requirements, permits students to investigate industrial machinery characteristics not previously observable in a classroom. All machines are mounted in standard size EMS modules. The modules are constructed of heavy gauge steel, finished in baked enamel, and equipped with a clear

plastic faceplate fitted with a chrome piano hinge. The faceplate can be lowered for access to the machinery, and when closed is secured by two quick-lock fasteners. All electrical components of the machine are terminated on the faceplate by 4 mm color-coded safety jacks and are identified by schematic symbols, numbered terminal codes, and the electrical rating. All machines have cut away bell housings (front and rear) to permit visual inspection of the internal construction and observation of the machine during operation with the aid of a Stroboscope (Model 8922). Externally mounted components, such as centrifugal switches, capacitors, brushes, slip rings, and commutators in addition to the exposed salient poles, squirrel cage, and wound rotors, permit students to clearly determine component function as well as understand relative position, turns, and wire sizes of the machinery.

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BASIC MOTORS/GENERATORS MODELS 8211, 8221, 8231, AND 8241 The shaft of each machine has a concave and slotted end to facilitate the use of tachometers, holding brakes, plugging switches, and inertia wheels. A geared pulley is fitted on each machine shaft to mechanically couple machines together through the use of a non-slip Timing Belt (Model 8942). This flexible belt has molded teeth which mesh with the geared machine pulleys. Tension for the timing belt is provided by the idler tensioning ball bearings which are mounted on each machine module. Each of the following machines is also available equipped with search coils through which the magnetic flux distribution at various locations in the machine can be observed on an oscilloscope. These coils are brought out to smaller size banana terminals on the faceplate. The coils are wound around a pole or a tooth in the stator or in the rotor. Most of the Lab-Volt machines are also available in dissectible versions which can be disassembled and assembled without the use of tools. Students can then easily examine the internal parts and the construction of these machines. Model 8211 – DC Motor/Generator

Model 8221 – Four-Pole Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor

Each phase of the stator windings of this motor is independently terminated and identified on the faceplate to permit the student to wire the machine in either delta or star (wye) configuration. When driven by a prime mover, this machine will also function as a three-phase asynchronous generator. Model 8231 – Three-Phase Wound-Rotor Induction Motor

This machine can be run independently as a DC motor or a DC generator. The armature, shunt field, and series field windings are terminated separately on the faceplate to permit long and short shunt as well as cumulatively and differentially compounded motor and generator connections. This machine is fitted with exposed movable brushes to allow students to study the effect of armature reaction and commutation while the machine is operating under load. An independent, circuit- breaker protected, shunt-field rheostat is mounted on the faceplate for motor speed control or generator output voltage adjustment.

Each phase of the stator windings of this motor is independently terminated and identified on the faceplate to permit operation in either delta or star (wye) configuration. The rotor windings are brought out to the faceplate via external slip rings and brushes. This machine can be used as a wound-rotor induction motor, phase shifter, single-phase variable coupling transformer, three-phase transformer, selsyn control, frequency converter or asynchronous induction generator. The speed of this machine can be controlled through the use of the Three-Phase Rheostat (Model 8731).

Model 8241 – Three-Phase Synchronous Motor/Generator Each phase of the stator windings of this machine is independently terminated and identified on the faceplate to permit operation in either delta or star (wye) configuration. The rotor of this machine is equipped with a squirrel-cage damper. Variable DC excitation is fed through the externally mounted slip rings and brushes which are pre-wired to a rheostat and control switch mounted on the faceplate. This machine can also be operated as a three-phase synchronous condenser or generator.

SPECIFICATIONS Model 8211 – DC Motor/Generator Power Requirement Rating

220/380 V – 50 Hz

240/415 V – 50 Hz

120/208 V

220/380 V

240/415 V

Motor Output Power Generator Output Power

175 W 120 W

110 W

120 W

Armature Voltage

120 V – DC

220 V – DC

240 V – DC

Shunt Field Voltage

120 V – DC

220 V – DC

240 V – DC

Full Load Speed

1800 r/min

1500 r/min

1500 r/min

2.8 A

1.3 A

1.1 A

1A

0.5 A

0.5 A

Full Load Motor Current Full Load Generator Current Physical Characteristics

120/208 V – 60 Hz

Dimensions (H x W x D) 308 x 291 x 440 mm (12.1 x 11.5 x 17.3 in) Net Weight 14.1 kg (31 lb)

Model 8221 – Four-Pole Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor

120/208 V – 60 Hz

220/380 V – 50/60 Hz

240/415 V – 50 Hz

120/208 V

220/380 V

240/415 V

120/208 V, 3-phase

220/380 V, 3-phase

240/415 V, 3-phase

Full Load Speed

1670 r/min

50 Hz: 1395 r/min 60 Hz: 1650 r/min

1395 r/min

Full Load Current

1.2 A

0.48 A (50/60 Hz)

0.46 A

Power Requirement Rating

Output Power Stator Voltage

Physical Characteristics

175 W

Dimensions (H x W x D) 308 x 291 x 440 mm ( 12.1 x 11.5 x 17.3 in) Net Weight 13.5 kg (29.7 lb)

Model 8231 – Three-Phase Wound-Rotor Induction Motor

120/208 V – 60 Hz

220/380 V – 50 Hz

240/415 V – 50 Hz

120/208 V

220/380 V

240/415 V

Stator Voltage

120/208 V, 3-phase

220/380 V, 3-phase

240/415 V, 3-phase

Rotor Voltage

Power Requirement Rating

Physical Characteristics

Output Power

175 W 60/104 V, 3-phase

110/190 V, 3-phase

120/208 V, 3-phase

Full Load Speed

1500 r/min

1240 r/min

1315 r/min

Full Load Current

1.3 A

0.53 A

0.48 A

Dimensions (H x W x D) 308 x 291 x 440 mm (12.1 x 11.5 x 17.3 in) Net Weight 14 kg (30.8 lb)

BASIC MOTORS/GENERATORS MODELS 8211, 8221, 8231, AND 8241 SPECIFICATIONS (cont'd) Model 8241 – Three-Phase Synchronous Motor/Generator Power Requirement Rating

120/208 V – 60 Hz

220/380 V – 50 Hz

240/415 V – 50 Hz

220/380 V – 60 Hz

120/208 V

220/380 V

240/415 V

220/380 V

120 VA

110 VA

120 VA

211 VA

220/380 V, 3-phase

240/415 V, 3-phase

220/380 V, 3-phase

Motor Output Power

175 W

Generator Output Power

Stator Voltage 120/208 V, 3-phase Rotor Inductor Voltage

120 V – DC

220 V – DC

240 V – DC

220 V – DC

Speed

1800 r/min

1500 r/min

1500 r/min

1800 r/min

Full Load Motor Current

0.8 A

0.36 A

0.35 A

0.32 A

Full Load Generator Current

0.33 A

0.17 A

0.17 A

0.32 A

Physical Characteristics Dimensions (H x W x D) 308 x 291 x 440 mm (12.1 x 11.5 x 17.3 in) Net Weight 14 kg (30.8 lb)

ORDERING NUMBERS 120/208 V – 60 Hz

220/380 V – 50 Hz

ENGLISH

FRENCH

SPANISH

ENGLISH

FRENCH

SPANISH

8211-00 8211-101 8211-D03 8221-00 8221-10 8221-D0 8231-00 8231-10 8231-D0 8241-00 8241-10 8241-D0

8211-01 TBE2 8211-D1 8221-01 TBE 8221-D1 8231-01 TBE 8231-D1 8241-01 TBE 8241-D1

8211-02 TBE 8211-D2 8221-02 TBE 8221-D2 8231-02 TBE 8231-D2 8241-02 TBE 8241-D2

8211-05 TBE 8211-D5 8221-05 TBE 8221-D5 8231-05 TBE 8231-D5 8241-05 TBE 8241-D5

8211-06 TBE 8211-D6 8221-06 TBE 8221-D6 8231-06 TBE 8231-D6 8241-06 TBE 8241-D6

8211-07 TBE 8211-D7 8221-07 TBE 8221-D7 8231-07 TBE 8231-D7 8241-07 TBE 8241-D7

240/415 V – 50 Hz

220/380 V – 60 Hz

ENGLISH

ENGLISH

8211-0A TBE 8211-DA 8221-0A TBE 8221-DA 8231-0A TBE 8231-DA 8241-0A TBE 8241-DA

8211-05 TBE 8211-D5 8221-05 TBE TBE TBE TBE TBE 8241-0E TBE TBE

Table 1. Equipment Ordering Numbers

1 2 3

Model numbers with suffix "1" correspond to versions of machines with search coils. TBE = To be established Model numbers with suffix "D" correspond to dissectible versions of machines.

Reflétant l’engagement de Lab-Volt à atteindre les normes de qualité les plus élevées en ce qui concerne les produits ainsi que la conception, le développement, la production, l'installation et le service, notre unité de fabrication et de distribution a obtenu la certification ISO 9001. Lab-Volt se réserve le droit d’améliorer en tout temps ses produits sans avis et n’est pas responsable des erreurs typographiques. Lab-Volt reconnaît tous les noms de produits ci-utilisés en tant que marques de commerce ou marques déposées de leurs titulaires respectifs. © Lab-Volt 2011. Tous droits réservés. TA15112-00 Rev. D1

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