DC/AC Conversion in Vehicles UniTrain Course
Electric energy is tapped at the car battery in the form of DC voltage and is then applied as a DC current. However, in modern electrical drives an AC voltage is needed with an approximate sinusoidal alternating current. In this course the generation of AC voltage and currents is described and demonstrated in a simple and graphic fashion. The knowledge acquired in the theoretical section is then verified empirically by means of experiment. All of the components needed for the experiment are arranged on a single printed circuit board. In knowledge tests the student’s progress is checked and thus the most important aspects of DC/AC conversion are effectively learned in the fastest possible time.
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Training Topics:
  • Electrical induction
  • Lorentz force
  • Right hand rule
  • Relationship between current and voltage
  • Pulse width modulation (PWM)
  • PWM and voltage
  • PWM and current
  • Generating upper half-wave
  • Generating AC voltage
  • Rotating electrical field
Product: DC/AC Conversion in Vehicles UniTrain Course
Product Code: CO4204-6L

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