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Introduction of QNET board for the NI ELVIS Webcast Series

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Introduction of QNET board for the NI ELVIS Webcast Series

Introduction to the new add on boards for NI ELVIS platform:

  • The Mechatronic Actuators board that teaches the fundamentals of actuators, as well as design considerations, common specifications, interfacing and operation.
  • The Physics and Dynamics board, a highly reconfigurable test bed for the investigation and validation of fundamental concepts in physics and engineering dynamics.
Webinar Title Date Time (GMT + 2.00) Registration Link
Introduction to Quanser Physics and Dynamics QNET board for the NI ELVIS April 14  4.00-5.00pm  Register Here
Introduction to Quanser Mechatronic Actuators QNET board for the NI ELVIS April 16  4.00-5.00pm  Register Here

Quanser Physics and Dynamics QNET board for the NI ELVIS

New this year is to the NI ELVIS platform is the QNET Physics and Dynamics board. This board is a highly reconfigurable test bed for the investigation and validation of fundamental concepts in physics and engineering dynamics. The components of the board are designed to map directly to classic physics and dynamics problems, with several parameters that can be varied in a controlled and repeatable environment. This webinar will introduce you to:

  • Solution overview – Physics and Dynamics board, NI ELVIS platform, and LabVIEW
  • Friction measurement example experiment
  • Spring, mass, damper example experiment
  • Projectile motion example experiment
  • On-line resources

Quanser Mechatronic Actuators QNET board for the NI ELVIS

The Mechatronic Actuators is the latest QNET board for the NI ELVIS platform. This board presents several common types of actuators used in mechatronic systems. Students learn about the fundamentals of each actuator, as well as design considerations, common specifications, interfacing and operation. This webinar will introduce you to:

  • Solution overview – Mechatronic Actuators board, NI ELVIS platform, and LabVIEW
  • Custom stepper motor configuration example experiment
  • Brushless DC motor example experiment
  • Amplifier example experiment
  • Online resources