DC Motor Control Training Kit Survey
Here are some examples of DC motor control training kits for laboratory purposes. The search method is through search with the keyword "DC motor control trainer". The purpose of this survey is to compare with the built-in DC Motor Control laboratory module.
The first example is Quanser Engineering Trainer, DC Motor Control. This product is used by Lund University.
- Åström, K. J., Apkarian, J., & Lacheray, H. (2005). DC Motor Control Trainer (DCMCT). (USB QICii LaboratoryWorkbook). Quanser http://portal.research.lu.se/portal/files/5622753/8866900.pdf
- The Quanser DC Motor Control trainer individually or team learning for hands-on control education-Product Review https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/1432604
- DC Motor Control Trainer (DCMCT) https://www.researchgate.net/publication/240610715_DC_Motor_Control_Trainer_DCMCT/figures
The next product is the QNET Quanser 2.0 DC Motor Board. The link to the product is at: https://www.quanser.com/products/qnet-2-0-dc-motor-board/. This product datasheet is at: https://www.quanser.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/QNET-2.0-DC-Motor-Datasheet-v1.0.pdf
It costs about INR 80000 according to https://www.zauba.com/import-qnet-hs-code.html, if it is estimated at Rp 16 million (assuming 1 INR = 200 IDR)
This device must be connected with NI ELVIS so that it can be used for practicum.
The third example is the DC Motor Control Trainer made by Leybold: https://www.leybold-shop.com/d-c-motor-control-trainer-70-005-230.html
DC motors require controllers, can be digital control systems, or analog control systems.
First example: The analog feedback controller is discussed in paper: "Analog Electronic Test Board for an Estimation of TIme Characteristics of thr Basic Element of Automatic Control Syst
- Mechatronics: Ideas for Industrial Applications, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing Volume 317
Example two: The following series is a simple PID control, from the site https://www.nutsvolts.com/magazine/article/the_pid_controller_part_1.
The idea of the series from the book Michael Jacob, Industrial Control Electronics: Applications and Design, Prentice Hall 1988
- Nuts & Volts The PID Cntroller Part 1: https://www.nutsvolts.com/magazine/article/the_pid_controller_part_1.
- Nuts & Volts The PID Cntroller Part 2: https://www.nutsvolts.com/magazine/article/the_pid_controller_part_2
- Nuts & Volts The PID Cntroller Part 3: https://www.nutsvolts.com/magazine/article/the_pid_controller_part_3
Third example: Analog PID Control Using Op-Amps
Literature: Sabri Cetinkunt, Mechatronics with Experiments, Wiley 2015
Motor Control Trainer: