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BrandPARAS
Usage/ApplicationColleges
MaterialMild Steel
PhaseSingle & Three Phase Both
CapacityAs per requirement
Country of OriginMade in India

Electrical Test Setups, DC Motors, DC Generators, Alternators, MG Sets Available 

In an electrical lab, various test equipment and instruments are used to measure electrical parameters, analyze circuits, and troubleshoot electrical systems. Here are some common electrical lab test equipment:

  1. Multimeter: A multimeter is a versatile device used to measure voltage, current, and resistance. It can also perform continuity tests and diode checks. Multimeters come in digital or analog formats.

  2. Oscilloscope: An oscilloscope is used to visualize and analyze electrical waveforms. It displays voltage signals over time and helps in measuring parameters like amplitude, frequency, and phase.

  3. Function Generator: A function generator produces various waveforms, including sine, square, triangular, and pulse waves. It is used to simulate electrical signals for testing and troubleshooting.

  4. Power Supply: A power supply provides electrical energy to devices under test. It can deliver a specific voltage and current to simulate different operating conditions.

  5. Signal Generator: A signal generator produces specific electrical signals, such as audio or radio-frequency signals. It is used for testing and calibration of electronic devices.

  6. Power Analyzer: A power analyzer measures electrical power parameters, including voltage, current, power factor, and harmonics. It is used to analyze power consumption and quality in electrical systems.

  7. LCR Meter: An LCR meter measures inductance, capacitance, and resistance of electronic components. It is used to characterize and test passive components like capacitors and inductors.

  8. Logic Analyzer: A logic analyzer captures and analyzes digital signals in complex digital systems. It helps in troubleshooting digital circuits and verifying proper operation.

  9. Insulation Tester: An insulation tester measures the insulation resistance of electrical conductors and insulating materials. It helps in identifying insulation faults and ensuring electrical safety.

  10. Earth Ground Tester: An earth ground tester measures the resistance between an electrical system and the earth ground. It ensures proper grounding for safety and protection against electrical faults.

  11. Spectrum Analyzer: A spectrum analyzer measures and displays the frequency spectrum of electrical signals. It helps in analyzing and troubleshooting signals in the frequency domain.

  12. Electrical Safety Equipment: Electrical labs should have safety equipment like protective gloves, safety goggles, ear protection, and fire extinguishers to ensure a safe working environment.

These are some of the common electrical lab test equipment used for various measurements, analysis, and troubleshooting tasks. The specific equipment found in an electrical lab may vary based on the nature of the experiments, educational level, and research focus of the laboratory.

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PowerLab Type
Voltage220 V
Usage/ApplicationLaboratory
Fuel TypeElectricity
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BrandParas

A DC motor coupled to a DC generator is a common setup used in laboratories to demonstrate the principles of electrical machines and energy conversion. It allows for the study of the interrelationship between a motor and a generator, as well as their respective characteristics and performance. Here's a brief overview of this setup:

  1. DC Motor: The DC motor is a device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. It typically consists of a stator (field winding) and a rotor (armature winding) that interact to produce rotational motion. The motor is powered by a DC power supply, which provides the necessary electrical energy.

  2. DC Generator: The DC generator, also known as a dynamo or DC alternator, is a device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. It works on the principle of electromagnetic induction and comprises a rotating armature and a stationary field winding. As the armature rotates, it generates an electromotive force (EMF) in the windings, producing a DC output.

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Power5 kVA
BrandParas
Usage/ApplicationLaboratory
DisplayLED
MaterialStandard
Packaging TypeStandard

A Three Phase Variac, also known as a Three Phase Autotransformer, is a laboratory equipment used to vary and control the voltage supplied to three-phase electrical systems. It is commonly used in electrical engineering and power electronics laboratories for experimental purposes. Here's an overview of the Three Phase Variac lab equipment:

  1. Three Phase Autotransformer: The Three Phase Variac consists of an autotransformer with three input terminals and three output terminals. An autotransformer is a type of transformer that shares a common winding for both the primary and secondary sides, allowing for voltage variation. It is designed to step up or step down the voltage across the three phases of a three-phase system.

  2. Voltage Variation: The Three Phase Variac provides a means to adjust and control the output voltage of the three-phase system. By adjusting the position of the voltage tap on the autotransformer, the output voltage can be increased or decreased. This enables the laboratory setup to simulate different voltage conditions and study the behavior of electrical systems under varying voltage levels.

  3. Input and Output Terminals: The Three Phase Variac has three input terminals that are connected to the three-phase power source. The output terminals are connected to the three-phase load or experimental setup. The variation in voltage is achieved by tapping different points along the autotransformer winding and connecting the load to the appropriate tap.

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Model Name/NumberAnalog wattmeter
Usage/ApplicationLaboratory
BrandParas
Body MaterialPlastic
Display TypeAnalog

Product Specification
Brand CROWN
Dimensions 230(L) X 200 (W) X 110 (H) mm
Current Range 0-1,2, 5, 10, 20, 25 A (Any One)
Clock Accuracy Less Than 0.5 s/Day
Scale Length 150mm
Accuracy +/- 1.5%, ISS 1248/83
Lifetime More Than 10 Years
Voltage 220V/230V/240V
Minimum Order Quantity 1 Piece
Product DescriptionWe are manufacturing a supreme range of Dynamometer Portable Type Watt Meter. We use the highest-grade basic components and maintain rigorous norms of quality to manufacture these in our state-of-the-art facilities. These are designed for seamless performance and high accuracy that is +/-1%. Our clients can avail these at reasonable prices.

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  • High precision output

Single Phase Single Element:
  1. Any single Current Range [AMP] 0.5A to 20A; Any Single Voltage Range 50 to 600V [VOLT], 4A X 250V,5A X 250V,4A X 5000V, 5A X 500V,12A X 250V, 10A X 5000V 1000W, 1250W, 2000W, 2500W, 3000W, 5000W
  2. Any One Current Range 0.5A to 20Amp; Any Two Voltage Range 5A X50/100V, 10A X150/300V, 250/500V, 150/500W, 1500/3000W, 2500/5000W,750/1500W
  3. Any Two Current Range 0.5/1A, 1/2A,2.5/5A, 5/10A, 15/30 A (Amp.); Any Two Voltage Range 75/150V, 125/250V, 250/500V, 150/300V, 300/600V, 1/2A X 75/150V = 75/150W, 150/300W, 5/10A X 150/300V = 750/1500W, 1500/3000W
  4. Any Two Current Range 0.5/1A, 1/2A,2.5/5A, 5/10A, 15/30 A (Amp.); Any three Voltage Range 75/150/300V, 125/250V, 125/250/500V, 150/300/600V, 1/2A X 75/150/300V = 75/150/300W, 5/10A X 150/300/600V = 750/1500/3000W, 1500/3000/6000W

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  • Communication: Infrared / RS485/Carrier Communication Module
  • Kind: Thermocouple Type
  • Theory: Electronic Meter
  • Display Ammeter Type: Single-phase Digital
  • Brand: Paras
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Size/Dimension225*195*115
BrandParas
ModelLab equipment
CapacityAs per requirement
TypeLaboratory
ApplicationCollege/School

A voltmeter is a fundamental electrical measurement instrument used to measure the voltage or potential difference between two points in an electrical circuit. In laboratory settings, voltmeters are commonly used for various applications, including circuit analysis, equipment testing, and calibration.
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Usage/ApplicationLaboratory
WarrantyOne Year
Mains Supply440V
Power SourceDC
Good QualityYes
BrandPARAS
Country of OriginMade in India

A DC motor coupled with a mechanical load is a common setup used in laboratories to study the performance characteristics and behavior of DC motors under different load conditions. It allows for the analysis of motor speed, torque, power, efficiency, and response to varying mechanical loads. Here's an overview of this setup:

  1. DC Motor: The DC motor is the primary component of the setup. It converts electrical energy into mechanical energy through the interaction of magnetic fields. The motor consists of a stator (field winding) and a rotor (armature winding) that rotate in response to the applied electrical current.

  2. Mechanical Load: The mechanical load represents the external load applied to the DC motor shaft. It can be in the form of a friction brake, pulley system, fan, pump, or any other mechanical device that creates resistance or requires power input from the motor. The load imposes a torque demand on the motor shaft, affecting its speed and power output.

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