The 2 DOF Ball Balancer is a vision-based control experiment designed to teach intermediate to advanced control concepts. It allows students to gain practical experience using camera-based sensor analysis to stabilize the position of a ball on a plate.
With the 2 DOF Inverted Pendulum module added to two Rotary Servo Base Units (SRV02), students can build on their knowledge of fundamental robotic principles to control a two-dimensional pendulum.
With the 2 DOF Robot module added to the Rotary Servo Base Unit, students can learn fundamentals of robotics, including concepts such as forward and inverse kinematics and planar arm control.
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 Gyro/Stable Platform module for the Rotary Servo Base Unit provides an excellent opportunity to teach rotational dynamics principles.
With the Multi-DOF Torsion module for the Rotary Servo Base Unit, you can teach principles of robotics and torsional dynamics.
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 new QUBE™-Servo is a low-cost self-contained servomotor teaching platform for undergraduate labs.
The Rotary Double Inverted Pendulum module for the Rotary Servo Base Unit offers students a simple way to understand the advanced pendulum problem. Students will learn to balance two vertical rods by manipulating the angle of the base.
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 Inverted Pendulum module for the Rotary Servo Base Unit offers students a hands-on opportunity to grasp the classic pendulum challenge. Students will learn to balance a vertical rod by rotating or changing the angle at the base.
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.