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Kylowave Universal Energy Conversion System (K-ECS)

One Kit, Multiple Labs!

 

Identification of a DC Motor (Video)

 

 

The development and implementation of innovative and distinctive equipment for teaching laboratory courses in the disciplinary areas of renewable energy and mechatronics is a challenge. The situation is even more challenging in the context of concrete projects encountered in laboratory experiments.

A great deal of equipment is required if students are to perform a wide range of experiments. Typical existing equipment includes mostly single type of topology for dedicated functionality. Therefore, a high investment is necessary to acquire all the equipment necessary for thorough learning! 

A “generic K-ECS equipment” is capable of addressing the above-mentioned limitations. Its reconfigurable nature allows various experiments to be performed on a single piece of equipment, thereby reducing the cost and space for establishing a laboratory.

 

 

Kylowave and Green Engineers collaborated to develop, test, and implement a multipurpose lab kit that can serve several labs including control systems, power electronics, mechatronics, and renewable energy.
This kit includes reconfigurable hardware modules, which can be interconnected to achieve various circuit topologies. Moreover, the software (controller) is accessible to users, thereby facilitating quick verification and testing of new ideas. K-ECS is currently available for the educational and industrial market.

 

Several Circuit Topologies of the K-ECS

 

Speed Control of a DC Motor

Position Control of a DC Motor

State Feedback Control of a DC Motor

Digital Control Interface

Single Phase Rectifier

Three Phase Rectifier

DC to DC Converter

Analog Sensors

Single Phase Inverters

Three Phase Inverters

Grid Feeding Inverter for Solar Photovoltaic and Wind Turbine

Maximum Power Point tracking (MPPT) for Solar PV

Battery Charger

Interface for Extracting Maximum Power from a Wind Turbine

Signal Processing with Arduino Controller

Data Acquisition

Pulse Width Modulation

Active Filters

  For more information contact Kylowave Inc (www.kylowave.com); 613 4541437, or: ask@greenengineers.ca