Dylab Motor Current Analysis and Dynanic Simulator (MCADS-1000 Series) is a device that simulates various motor defects and maching defects in one machine. It can test electrical and mechanical defects at the same time to get useful data with the same boundary conditions.
It is the only machine that can be used in various fields such as a deep studying of electric motor defects, training the phenomenon of vibration at the institute, a vibration analysis study for facilities diagnosis staff, a certification test for training and noise vibration engineers. It is a device that can reproduce the phenomenon according to various defects that must be essential to engineers and maintenance personnel. It is a differentiated product specially designed for easy analysis and learning of motor defects besides general machine defects symptom.

Detailed Description

The MCADS consists of a 1-horsepower motor, rotor supported by bearings at ends, a planetary gear and a magnetic brake in series. There are 7 fault motors as an option and each motor is provided with a power plug to easy access to the power supply line in the power distribution box, so that the motor can be tested with a faulty motor.
The bearings can be replaced by faulty bearings and experiments can be carried out. By applying mass to the rotor, motor current fluctuation and vibration due to unbalance can be analyzed.
Planetary gears are used as a speed reduction for high braking efficiency, but by inserting faulty gears, it is possible to study the analysis of planetary gear failure signals due to defects. The magnetic brake applies a load to the motor to enable signal analysis depending on the load.

  • 1 hp drive motor – 7 fault motor set available
  • Various motor fault tests (bearing failure, unbalance rotor, rotor bar break, eccentric rotor, stator coil short)
  • Tap holes for mounting vibration sensor
  • Power terminal box for MCA analysis
  • Simultaneous measurement of vibration and MCA
  • Load can be changed
  • Complete design with experimental motor, load regulating motor, speed display and signal output for current analysis
  • Current signal output of experimental motor
  • Tacho sensor installed and RPM display
  • Fault motor analysis study
  • Comparison of vibration and MCA results
  • MCA defect analysis technology research
  • Study of Mechanical Defect Detection as MCA Technology
  • Development of MCA defect detection system
  • MCA defect detection software verification
– Input:

  • 4 pole, 1 hp induction motor
  • 380 V, 3 phase, 60 Hz input voltage
  • CT signal output
  • Designed for easy replacement of defective motors
  • Motor Drive by VVVF or Direct Power

– Output

  • 4 pole, 2 hp induction motor
  • 380V AC frequency driver, 10 hp
  • VFD Input AC line fuse
  • 380 volt, three phase, 60 Hz input voltage
  • 0 to 380 volt, 3-phase, frequency adjustable output
  • 24 amps continuous full load rated output
  • High overload capability – 1 minute at 150% rated output current
  • Frequency adjustment range: 0-400Hz

AC fault motor option:

  • Rotor unbalanced fault motor
  • Rotor eccentric motor
  • Motor with bent Shaft
  • Bearing fault motor
  • Rotor bar fault motor
  • Stator winding fault motor
  • Voltage unbalance and single phased motor
  • Normal (faultless) motor