The Quanser QNET Physics and Dynamics Board is a versatile system designed to teach and demonstrate the basic prinicples of physics and engineering dynamics. Developed exclusively for NI ELVIS platform and LabVIEW™ software, the system allows students to explore dynamic modeling and analysis hands-on, enhancing typically math-heavy courses and students' understanding the studied topics
Various experiment configurations can be created using the modular components of the QNET Physics and Dynamics Board:
The QNET Physics and Dynamics Board provides an integrated amplifier and a communication interface with the NI ELVIS II(+), interfaced to a PC or laptop via USB link.
The QNET Physics and Dynamics Board consists of a catapult with adjustable release angle, and a sliding mass arm with adjustable incline. The angles of the catapult and the sliding mass arm are measured by a single-ended optical shaft encoders. The behavior of the catapult and sliding mass experiments is controlled by electromagnets, releasing the sliding arm and the catapult arm.
Modular components, such as free masses of different weight, a sliding mass with different surface materials (PETG, styrene, rubber, teflon), spring, pulley wheels of different sizes, and pendulum rods of different length allow you to create various configurations for a wide range of experiments.
Topics covered in the Quanser-developed courseware:
To set up your QNET Physics and Dynamics Board, you need NI ELVIS II(+) Modular Engineering Education Laboratory Platform.