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Control System Lab

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PID Controller (AE 910)


1 Study of on simulated PID controller

2 PID Controller (configurable as P, PI, PD and PID)

3 Proportional band : 1% to 50% (Gain 0-20)

4 Integral time : 10 mS - 100 mS

5 Derivative time : 2-20 mS

6 sources Square wave : 0-2Vpp at 10-40 Hz (typical) variable

7 Built in IC regulated power supplies

8 3.5 digit DVM

9 Complete with patch cords and working manual , 220V mains operated


Advanced PID controller with microcontroller. (AE 911)


1 89C51/8031 based PID Demonstrator with sensor & PT-100

2 Heating source with PWM controlled

3 Water tank with stirrer

4 Temperature controller with facility to set Kp, Ki, Kd

5 14 bit A/D for monitoring

6 12 bit D/A for control

7 On line acquiring & display of graph

8 In-built Power Supply

9 RS-232C interface to be connected to computer

Userís Manual

Compensation Design system. (AE 912)


1 Study of lag, lead and lag-lead

2 Second order simulated systems

3 Study of All pass filter

4 Lag, lead and lag - lead compensating circuits

5 Gain compensating amplifier with calibrated dial

6 Signal sources

7 Sine wave : Continuously variable in two decades (10-1000 Hz) with 0-8 Vpp amplitude

8 Digital phase angle meter 0-180 degree (optional)

9 Complete with patch cords and detailed literature, 220V mains operated


DC speed control system (AE 913)


1 Study of speed control of DC motor in open and close loops

2 Speed control of 12V, 4W, permanent magnet DC motor

3 Speed range upto 3000 RPM (typical)

4 Electronic techogenerator for feedback

5 Non-contact eddy current break for load

6 4 digit RPM counter

7 3.5 digit digital voltmeter

8 Built in regulated power supply

9 Detailed instruction manual with patch cords, 220V mains operated


Digital control system (AE 914)


1 Digital Controller implementation on uP-kit

2 Simple Op-amp based analog plant

3 CRO display of response

4 Design and test new algorithms

Experiments :-

1 Indentification of the controlled process

2 Study of sampling period variation

3 Designing P,PI,PD and PID controllers

4 Advanced algorithms implementation

Features and specifications :-

1 Second order simulated process (analog process)

2 Built-in D/A and A/D circuits (8-bit)

3 8085 based uP kit as digital controller with user software in 8K EPROM

4 16-bit arithmetic for algorithmic calculations

5 16 built-in levels of P, I and D gains each. Complete flexibility for the user to develop own software

6 Square wave test input (internal)

7 IC regulated internal built in power supplies

8 220V +/- 10%, 50Hz mains operation

9 Detailed literature and patch chords included

10 Essential accessory - a CRO


AC Motor position controller (AE 915)


1 Study of AC position servo

2 Two precision servo-potentiometers full 360 degree rotation

3 Calibrated dials for command and output position with 1 degree resolution

4 Motor controller circuit (thyristorized)

5 110 volt two phase AC servo motor (60 RPM synchronous)

6 Waveform capture/display card

7 220 Vac mains operation

8 Isolated supplies for motor, control circuit and card

9 upporting literature with patch cords

10 220V mains operated


DC Motor position controller (AE 916 )


1 Study of DC position Servo


3 Calibrated dials with 1 degree resolution for reference and output position

4 Two 360 degree Servo-potentiometers

5 Built in step signal

6 Built in waveform capture/display card for study dynamics

7 3.5 digit digital voltmeter

8 IC regulated DC power supplies for circuitry

Supporting literature for experiments with patch cords, 220V mains operated


Relay Control System (AE 917 )


1 System with electronic relay

2 Adjustable hysterisis and dead zone

3 Display phase plane diagram on CRO

4 Stability study by describing function method

Experiments :-

1 Study of the relay characteristics and display of the same on CRO for different values of hysteresis and dead zones. Hysteresis and dead zone of the built-in 3-position electronic relay are adjustable in the range 0-600mV and 0-500mV respectively.

2 The transfer characteristics and output of the relay under various settings provide insight into the relay performance tudy of the effect of hysteresis on system stability. Sustained oscillations may occur in the system under various conditions, especially where hysteresis is present.

3 The amplitude and frequency of such oscillations are predicted from a graphical analysis and then verified experimentally on the unit hase plane analysis of relay control system for various values of Hysterisis and Dead Zones. The nature of the singular point in the phase plane diagram has importance in the stability studies of nonlinear systems.

4 hase plane analysis of relay control system for various values of Hysterisis and Dead Zones. The nature of the singular point in the phase plane diagram has importance in the stability studies of nonlinear systems.

5 Here the phase trajectory is viewed on the CRO and the effect of changing hysteresis and dead zone observed

Features and Specifications :

1 Simulated electronic relay using high speed ICís

2 Simulated 2nd order linear plant. Facility for displaying x and x signals

3 Dead zone varable from 0-600mV app

4 Hysteresis variable from 0-500mV app.

5 Built in signal sources - sine and square Amplitude : 0-1V (min.) variable Frequency : 10, 20, 40, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800 & 1000 Hz ic regualted internal power supplies

6 ic regualted internal power supplies

7 220V +/- 10%, 50 Hz main operation

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