Study of Synchro Transmitter and Receiver Pair Trainer, Model : VE-1113


The  system  set  up  is  made  up  of  synchro  transmitter  and  synchro  receiver  on  a  single  rigid  base  provided  with  suitable  switches and  anodized  angular  plates.  The  system also  contains a  step  down  transformer  for providing excitation  to  the  rotors. 

A  synchro  is an electromagnetic transducer  commonly used to  convert  an  angular  position  of  a  shaft  into  an  electric  single.

The  basic  synchro  is  usually  called  a synchro  transmitter.  Construction  is  similar  to  that  of a  three  phase  alternator.  The  sator (stationery  member)  is  of limited  silicon  steel  and  is slotted  accommodate  a  balanced  three  phase  winding  which  is  usually to connectric  coil  type  (three  identical  coils  are placed  in  the  stator  with their  axis  120 degree  apart).    

The input angular displacement dial display on the front panel for show the angular movement. The output angular displacement dial display on the front panel for show the angular movement. The rotor  terminals (R1 & R2) and three stator terminals (S1, S2 & S3) are brought out on the front panel for both the synchro motors. One digital panel meter measurement the AC voltages (0-200 Volt AC) i.e. for taking The readings of stator & rotor voltages of motors. Power Supply : 230 Volt, 10%, 50 Hz.

The  classical  synchro  systems consists  of  two  units  :

  1. Synchro  Transmitter  (Tx)
  2. Synchro  Receiver  (Tr)

EXPERIMENTS  : 

Study of synchro motor separately for rotor & stator output  characteristics. Study of synchro motors as transmitter &  receiver pair as error detector.

There may be any change in specification due to continuous R & D without notice.