The Ball and Beam module for Rotary Servo Base Unit represents unstable closed loop systems. Students will learn how to design a cascade control to stabilize the ball.
The Linear Servo Base Unit with the Inverted Pendulum module is ideal to introduce control concepts relevant to mechanical and aerospace engineering challenges.
The QNET DC Motor Board for NI ELVIS platform is a versatile unit ideal for teaching fundamentals of servo motor control in a variety of ways.
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 Rotary Pendulum Trainer for NI ELVIS platform is a versatile unit ideal for teaching the fundamentals of inverted pendulum balance and control.
The QNET Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) Board for NI ELVIS platform is ideal for teaching the fundamentals of flight dynamics and control.
The QNET Mechatronic Actuators Board for NI ELVIS platform is a versatile unit ideal for introducing a variety of actuators commonly used today and demonstrating their advantages and limitations.
The QNET Mechatronic Interfacing Board for NI ELVIS platform is a versatile mechatronic digital interfacing system ideal for teaching the fundamentals of embedded systems.
The QNET Mechatronic Sensors Trainer for NI ELVIS platform is ideal for introduction to sensors and their applications.
The QNET Myoelectric Trainer for NI ELVIS platform is ideal to teach and demonstrate the fundamentals of processing electromyographic signals.
The QNET Physics and Dynamics Board for NI ELVIS platform is a highly reconfigurable testbed ideal to teach and demonstrate the fundamentals of physics and engineering dynamics.
QUBE-Servo 2 is a low-cost, self-contained servomotor solution for undergraduate mechatronics and control labs.
The Rotary Flexible Joint module for the Rotary Servo Base Unit is an ideal experiment for modeling a flexible joint on a robot. It is also useful in the study of vibration analysis and resonance.
With the Rotary Flexible Link module added to the Rotary Servo Base Unit you can introduce students to various vibration analysis and resonance related concepts.
The Rotary Servo Base Unit serves as the fundamental unit for Quanser rotary control experiments. On its own, it is ideally suited to introduce fundamental control concepts and theories on an easy-to-use and intuitive platform. By adding any of the 10 rotary modules, you can create experiments of varying complexity, addressing wide range of control topics, disciplines and courses.