The Quanser 3 DOF Crane experiment helps teach students about the dynamics and control challenges involved in operating a tower crane.
The 3 Degrees of Freedom (DOF) Gyroscope is a dynamically diverse experimental platform ideal for study of rotational dynamics principles.
The Active Suspension is a quarter-car model ideal to teach active control challenges relevant to today’s automotive industry.
The Coupled Tanks system is a re-configurable process control experiment ideal for teaching and research of control topics related to liquid level control.
The Heat Flow is a process control plant ideal to demonstrate simple first order model control concepts as well as fluid dynamics and thermodynamics control fundamentals.
The Magnetic Levitation is a classic electro-mechanical experiment with interesting nonlinear dynamics and control challenges ideal for teaching modeling, linearization, current control, position control, and using multiple loops (i.e. cascade control).
The QNET 2.0 Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Board for NI ELVIS platform is a versatile unit ideal for teaching the fundamentals of fluid dynamics and thermodynamics control.
The QNET Mechatronic Sensors Trainer for NI ELVIS platform is ideal for introduction to sensors and their applications.