The Lead-Acid Batteries Training System introduces students to the operation of lead-acid batteries and covers voltage regulation, internal resistance, capacity, depth of discharge, and cycle life of lead-acid batteries. Hands-on experiments cover both the discharge characteristics and the most popular charging methods of lead-acid batteries.
The Lead-Acid Batteries Training System equipment includes the Lead-Acid Batteries, Model 8801, and the Four-Quadrant Dynamometer/Power Supply, Model 8960-2. The Four-Quadrant Dynamometer / Power Supply is a multifunctional module that is used in the Lead-Acid Batteries course to charge and discharge the batteries. Its operation is controlled by the LVDAC-EMS software, which also provides the instrumentation required to measure, collect, and record the experimental data.