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MT 190.01 Assembly Project: Data Acquisition for Materials Tester Show data sheet (pdf file) Print page
Technical Description

  The fully assembled MT 190.01 presents a real, fully functional data acquisition system for the measurement of pressure (forces) on, and changes in length of, a test specimen. The acquired data is processed by evaluation software on a PC. The data acquisition system significantly enhances the possibilities offered by the MT 190 assembly project. The two systems together form a state-of-the-art materials tester with data acquisition, suitable for a wide range of experiments.
  Using MT 190.01, students can develop skills in the completion of a complex project. In the course of the project they independently develop an appreciation for the fundamentals and correlations involved, then contribute to the overall outcome using their teamworking skills. The skills acquired are the planning, execution and checking of assembly, commissioning, and maintenance operations. 
  MT 190.01 is supplied in kit form. The kit contains all the components and materials required to construct a professional data acquisition system.
  The assembly process includes the basic mechanical construction and wiring as per the circuit diagram. All the necessary tools and aids, as well as comprehensive instructional material, are included.

 

Learning Objectives / Experiments
- Fundamentals of data acquisition 
  Familiarisation with sensors, electronics for
  recording and outputting data, interfacing, software
- Reading and understanding technical
  documentation
- Planning and execution of assembly operations and
  sequences
- Commissioning and checking a data acquisition
  system following assembly
- System integration: Linking of materials tester and
  data acquisition
 
In conjunction with MT 190
- Recording of force-elongation diagrams and
  stress-strain diagrams
- Processing, display and storage of data
- Output of diagrams to printer
Features
* Educational project with high practical affinity for
  training in metalworking and electrical trades1
* Interdisciplinary mechanical and electrical
  engineering assembly kit covering multiple learning
  fields1
* Fully functional data acquisition for a materials
  tester with USB port and software
Alternative products
MT 190 -- Assembly Project: Materials Tester
WP 300.20 -- Data Acquisition System
Specification

[1] Assembly project for training in metalworking and electrical trades
[2] Complete parts set to construct a data acquisition system for a materials tester
[3] Assembly tool kit
[4] Linear potentiometer to measure displacement
[5] Force measurement by pressure sensor

[6] LabVIEW software for data acquisition via USB under Windows XP or Windows Vista 
[7] Software for acquisition, processing and storage of stress-strain diagrams
[8] The assembly project forms part of the GUNT assembly, maintenance and repair practice line

 

Technical Data

Pressure sensor for force measurement
- 0...100bar
Displacement sensor

- 0...50mm
Measuring amplifier with USB port
- input: 0...5V
- resolution: 12bit
Software basis: LabVIEW
Software runs under Windows XP or Windows Vista

 

Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h: 225x200x75mm (amplifier)
Weight: approx. 5kg
Scope of Delivery
1 complete set of measuring amplifier parts 
1 pressure sensor, 1 displacement sensor
1 set of assembly tools
1 data acquisition program
1 set of instructional material, consisting of 
  technical description of system, complete set of
  drawings with individual parts and parts list, circuit
  diagram, description of maintenance and repair
  processes, suggested exercises
Order Details

051.19001  MT 190.01  Assembly Project: Data

                                  Acquisition for Materials Tester


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