Electropneumatic installations


This system has been designed to enable the students to assemble, analyze and test a large range of electrical circuits of different complexity. It uses a set of interchangeable modules reproducing the symbols of the mounted electrical components, so that different circuits can be assembled by interconnecting the modules with the flexible wires supplied with the system.

The modules are made with insulating material and provide the support of the components necessary for the implementation of the experiment program. They include the graphic representation and electrical symbols of the components, the connection can be easily obtained by using standard terminals (Ø 4 mm) with high protection against accidental contacts, the pneumatic ones are made with rilsan pipe and quick acting connections.

The set of modules for electropneumatic installations has been designed to assemble, analyze and test typical installations of the industrial automation in cabled logics. The modules can be inserted into bench mod. 398/EV in order to develop the training program. In alternative the experimental module-holder frame mod. TSI/EV can be used to power the set with the power supply unit mod. UAT/EV (offered separately).

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