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LAB EXERICE

Lab Experiment for


Synchro Transmitter
and Receiver

EXPERIMENTAL SECTION
EXPERIMENT-1
AIM
To measure the Stator output voltage with respect to rotor
position and plot the graph.

EQUIPMENT REQUIRED

i. Synchro Transmitter / Receiver Trainer kit.


ii. Patch chords
PROCEDURE
i.

Connect Digital Voltmeter across the any two Stator


output of Synchro transmitter.

ii.

Connect Synchro transmitter stator outputs to


corresponding Stator terminals of Synchro receiver.

iii.

Power ON the all ON/OFF Switches

iv.

Verify the Stator output voltage of 0V at 0 degree, if it is


not make 0V at 0 degree toadjust the pointer of both
transmitter and Receiver.

v.

Adjust the transmitter rotor position Step by Step.

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vi.

Now note down the output voltage for various rotor


position in the table 1.

vii.

Repeat the Same procedure for other pair of Synchro


transmitter coils.

Table-1
SL No

SYNCHRO Transmitter
Rotor Position (degree)
Stator Output (V)

MOTOR GRAPH

The following table is used to Synchro transmitter Stator Output


Voltage for variousRotor position.

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SL . No

Rotor Position (degree)

Stator Output (V)

0 and 180

0V

0 to 90

0V to 40V

90 to 180

40V to 0V

180 to 270

0V to 40V

270 to 360

40V to 0V

RESULT
Thus the Synchro transmitter Stator output voltage with respect
to rotor position was studied and the graph was plotted.

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EXPERIMENT-2
AIM
To study the Rotor position of Synchro transmitter and Receiver
EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
1. Synchro Transmitter / Reciever module
2. Patch Chords
PROCEDURE
i. Connect Digital Voltmeter across to the any two Stator
output of Synchro transmitter.
ii.

Connect Synchro transmitter stator outputs to


corresponding Stator terminals of Synchro receiver.

iii.

Power ON the all ON/OFF Switches

iv.

Verify the Stator output voltage 0V at 0 degree, if it is not


make 0V at 0 degree toadjust the pointer of both
transmitter and Receiver.

v.

Adjust the transmitter rotor position step by step by


using knob

vi.

Now note down the rotor position of transmitter and


receiver in the table-2.

Table-2

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SL.No

Synchro Transmitter
Rotor Position
(degree)

Synchro Receiver
Rotor
position (degree)

Error = Rotor position


(Transmitter - Receive

RESULT
Thus the Rotor Position of Synchro transmitter and Receiver
was Studied.

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