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The Experience Controls textbook app covers the standard topics of undergraduate controls courses in a comprehensive, yet comprehensible way. The app uses clear and concise language, emphasizes concepts through examples and diagrams, tying them to industrial contexts and modern applications. The app also includes real-time dynamic simulations allowing students to interact directly with real control plant models. Furthermore, mini-lecture podcasts, problem sets, and assessment questions help students check their understanding of studied concepts as they progress through the content. Instructors using Experience Controls in their courses have access to comprehensive resources, including lecture slides, homework, practice, and exam problem sets. These resources are designed to support modern engineering pedagogy approaches, such as flipped classroom, blended learning, and self-directed learning.
Integrating Quanser-developed QFLEX 2 computing interface technology, QUBE-Servo 2 provides more flexibility in lab configurations, using a PC, or microcontrollers, such as NI myRIO, Arduino and Raspberry Pi. With the comprehensive course materials included, you can build a state-of-the-art undergraduate teaching lab for your mechatronics or control courses, and engage students in various design and capstone projects.
The VoltPAQ-X4 is linear voltage-controlled amplifier ideal for all complex controls configurations related to educational or research needs. It is
The VoltPAQ-X2 is linear voltage-controlled amplifier ideal for all complex controls configurations related to educational or research needs. It is
The VoltPAQ family of amplifiers are designed to achieve high performance with Hardware-In-The-Loop (HIL) implementations. The VoltPAQ linear voltage-controlled power
The QuanserShake Table III XY consists of a stage mounted on the ground support plate. The stage is actuated by three linear motors and move in either the x or y directions. Two motors mounted on the ground support plate of the table operate in parallel and power the x-axis. A single motor mounted to the stage actuates the y-axis. Together the motors allow for XY planar motion in the Cartesian arrangement. The displacement and acceleration of the stage are measured by the on-board encoder and the accelerometer sensors. The encoder and accelerometer are connected to the DAQ and their signals can be displayed and processed further. The Shake Table III XY can be programmed through a provided Shake Table software, as well as through QUARC® for MATLAB®/Simulink®.
The Shake Table II XY consists of two single-axis Shake Table II units mounted perpendicularly on top of each other. Each stage can travel ±7.6 cm. Driven by powerful motors, the Shake Table II XY can achieve an acceleration of 2.5 g when loaded with a 7.5 kg mass. Furthermore, you can use the two Shake Table II from the XY configuration for other setups, i.e., serial and parallel, to support larger loads, or perform experiments with asynchronous excitation signals.
The Shake Table II consists of a top stage driven by a powerful motor that allows it to achieve an acceleration of 2.5 g when loaded with a 7.5 kg mass. The stage has a travel of 15.2 cm and rides on two ground-hardened metal shafts using linear bearings, which allows for smooth linear motion with low path deflection. The Shake Table’s motor is a 400W high-powered 3-phase brushless DC actuator. The motor contains an embedded high-resolution encoder that allows the position of the stage to be measured with an effective linear resolution of 1.55 μm. An analog accelerometer mounted on the Shake Table II platform measures the acceleration of the stage directly.
The Shake Table I-40 consists of a stage mounted on a high-quality, low backlash linear guide with a total travel of 40.0 mm and is driven using a ball-screw drive mechanism. Using the high torque direct drive motor, the stage loaded with a 1.5 kg mass can be accelerated up to 1.0 g. The high-resolution encoder enables the system to obtain a linear stage position resolution of 1.22 μm.