We develop and manufacture test benches and other engineering solutions such as Electronics & Electrical Engineering (NI ELVIS platform), Electrical Machines & Drives (NI PXI, cDAQ platforms), Mechanics (NI cDAQ platform), SCADA Systems (NI cDAQ platform), Antennas (NI PXI-VNA, cDAQ-USRP, PXI-G_VSA), Local Area Networks (NI ELVIS platform).

The main features of our labs are simple and intuitive user interface developed using Virtual Instrumentation technology of National Instruments; saving experimental results along with student’s registration data; visual representation of experimental results (graphs, scope traces, vector diagrams, etc.); user manual with reference materials, assignments, step-by-step instructions on labs, and test questions; export of lab results to MS Excel.

  • Test System for Cables and Harnesses "INT-001"

    “Test System for Cables and Harnesses INT-001” is based on the NI PXI platform. The software is developed in the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. The system allows testing cables and harnesses; make circuit resistance measurements; make insulation resistance measurements; testing the insulation breakdown; make components’ functional and parametric control.

    The system allows to test:

    • Harnesses
    • Motherboards
    • Wire harness
    • Onboard network in aircrafts
    • Power and signal cables
    • Wires testing in cars, planes, helicopters, ships, etc.
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  • Electronics Engineering Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Electronics Engineering is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform used in conjunction with software developed in the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on operations are conducted on the «Electronics Engineering» board. The circuits to be assembled are presented on respective front panels of each hands-on project, as well as in courseware manual. Corresponding sections of the manual are included in lab software so that a student may refresh his memory on appropriate theoretical materials without interrupting practical work on the lab. Experimental results of the lab may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and studied circuit).

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    Electronics Engineering Components Lab

    The laboratory facility for study of Electronics Engineering is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform and software developed in LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All operations are conducted on the NI ELVIS II prototyping board using special electronics components. The system allows the student to assemble electronic circuits on the prototyping board. The circuits under study are presented on respective front panels of each project, as well as in courseware manual. Course software also contains theoretical materials which can be studied during the lab. Experimental results of the lab may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and the studied circuit).

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    Operational Amplifiers Lab

    The laboratory facility has been developed for hands-on measurement of 5 basic parameters of Operational Amplifiers (OA) and study of 10 most common application circuits. It is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform and uses software developed with the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on projects are conducted on the preassembled printed circuit board. The students can study the output signals of the circuits depending on the input stimulus. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during the lab. Experimental results, including student name, date, time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format. These hands-on projects will help the students to gain a better understanding of the operating principles of operational amplifiers. Through the obtained experimental skills the students will be able to develop more efficient analog circuits.

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    Operational Amplifiers Applications Lab

    The OpAmp Applications Lab is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform and uses software developed in NI LabVIEW Graphical Programming Environment, using NI’s Virtual Instruments technology. All hands-on labs are conducted on the supplied preassembled printed circuit board. The students can study the output signals of the circuits depending on the input stimulus. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during the lab. Experimental results, including student name, date & time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format. Course software has simple and intuitive user interface. The student uses the prototyping board for the hands-on experiments with the electric circuits, as described in the operations manual. Circuit schematics and course instructions for each particular lab are presented on respective front panels and in the manual. Corresponding sections from the manual are available on respective Help screens, so that the students may refresh their memory on the appropriate topic without interrupting practical work on the lab. Step-by-step instructions, available for each lab, describe all consecutive operations that the student must perform, along with the results that must be obtained. The experimental results can be saved in MS EXCEL format for later review and grading.

    Operational Amplifiers Applications Lab

    Power Electronics Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on experiments in Power Electronics (transformers, rectifiers and voltage regulators) is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform and uses software developed with the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on operations are conducted on a preassembled printed circuit board with 14 different circuits. The students can study the operating principles of voltage and current regulators, DC-AC and DC-DC converters, measure the operational characteristics of AC voltage- and current generators. The students can also study the parameters of single-phase and triphase transformers and rectifiers, as well as diodes, Zener diodes and SCRs. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during the lab. Experimental results, including student name, date and time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format. Лабораторная установка «Силовая электроника» основана на платформе NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II). Программное обеспечение разработано в графической среде программирования NI LabVIEW.

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    Instruments Calibration Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Instruments Calibration is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform, which includes a built-in oscilloscope and a digital multimeter. The software has been developed in the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on experiments are conducted on the NI ELVIS II breadboard. Course manual is embedded in the lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during the lab. These hands-on experiments will help the students to gain a better understanding of the calibration principles. Experimental results, including student name, date and time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format.

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    Fault Detection and Correction Lab based on NI ELVIS

    The Fault Detection and Correction in Electronic Circuits laboratory setup is based on the NI ELVIS platform. The course software is developed in LabVIEW Graphical Programming Environment. A corresponding electrical connection circuit is displayed on the interactive Front Panel in each lab. The course software also includes a User manual with theoretical materials and step-by-step instructions on how to conduct the lab. The data measured during the experiment can be displayed on the interactive Front Panel for each lab as numerical values in the indicator fields and scope traces. All the results can be saved into a data file in MS Excel format, which also includes the student’s registration data and the experiment’s date and time.

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    Three Phase Networks Lab

    The Three Phase Networks Lab is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform and uses software developed in NI LabVIEW Graphical Programming Environment, using NI’s Virtual Instruments technology. All hands-on labs are conducted on the supplied preassembled printed circuit board. The students can connect various power sources and meters and conduct experiments with the circuits on the board. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during the lab. Experimental results, including student name, date & time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format. Course software has simple and intuitive user interface. Circuit schematics along with the available meters and instruments are displayed on respective front panels during the lab. The obtained results are saved in tabular form and can be visualized as real time plots, scope traces or vector diagrams. Step-by-step instructions, available for each lab, describe all consecutive operations that the student must perform, along with the results that must be obtained. The instructor can use the built in automatic grading system to evaluate the results of students’ work.

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    Microcontrollers Application Lab

    The «Microcontrollers Application» lab has been developed for hands-on study of Atmel microcontrollers and is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform. The software is developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. The students can develop and debug software for microcontrollers, program the onboard microcontroller, assemble circuits on the prototyping board using different peripheral devices, connect meters and tools to study the operation of the assembled circuit. The software has a simple and intuitive user interface. Connection diagrams of the microcontroller and peripheral devices are presented on the lab front panel during the experiment. Step-by-step instructions will provide guidance to the student during the lab. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials.

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    Industrial Electronics Lab

    The Industrial Electronics laboratory setup is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II or NI ELVIS II+) platform. The course software is developed in NI LabVIEW Graphical Programming Environment. All hands-on experiments are conducted on a specially designed circuit board. Industrial Electronics schematic diagrams for studied circuits are displayed on the software Front Panel and in the User Manual. In parallel with hands-on work the students can have direct access to theoretical materials. The student may use the educational board to assemble electronic circuits, connect all the required power sources and meters, conduct experiments with the studied circuits, collect, display and save the required data in the form of tables, graphs and scope traces. The course software has a simple and intuitive user interface. The interactive schematic diagrams are displayed on the screen in each lab, which allows the student to control the power sources and to set up the meters. Besides, in parallel with hands-on work, the students can have direct access to theoretical materials and step-by-step instructions on how to conduct the lab. An instructor file with ready-made answers related to the calculations, and the Multisim files are also available.

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    Fault Detection and Correction Lab based on NI VirtualBench

    The Fault Detection and Correction in Electronic Circuits laboratory setup is based on the VirtualBench platform. The course software is developed in LabVIEW Graphical Programming Environment. A corresponding electrical connection circuit is displayed on the interactive Front Panel in each lab. The course software also includes a User manual with theoretical materials and step-by-step instructions on how to conduct the lab. The data measured during the experiment can be displayed on the interactive Front Panel in each lab as numerical values in the indicator fields and scope traces. All the results can be saved into a data file in MS Excel format, which also includes the student’s registration data and the experiment’s date and time.

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    Arduino Applications Lab

    The Arduino Applications test bench is based on a specially designed test board for NI ELVIS platform. The test board includes the Arduino platform and other devices. Using the Arduino IDE Integrated Development Environment, the program codes are developed and uploaded into the software platform working with the peripheral devices and the PC. The lab main objectives are: Study the operation of sensors and devices; Get acquainted with various sensors and devices and their documentation; Get acquainted with the Arduino platform; Using the Arduino IDE Integrated Development Environment, Arduino programming.

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  • Mechanical Transmissions Lab

    The «Mechanical Transmissions» lab is based on the NI cDAQ platform and uses software developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. Stand includes mechanical and measuring components. With help of them students can measure different mechanical parameter of tested objects. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during lab. Experimental results, including student name, date, time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format.

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    Strengths of Materials Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Strengths of Materials is based on the NI PXI Express programmable data acquisition and control platform and software developed in LabVIEW graphical programming environment. Tensions and deformations appearing in the studied objects are measured with surface-mount strain gauge probes. In the process of deformation the students can measure various mechanical parameters of experimental objects which are made from different materials and have various shapes. The software is menu-oriented and allows the student to choose from 16 hands-on operations. Corresponding sections of the manual are included in lab software so that a student may refresh his memory on appropriate theoretical materials without interrupting practical work on the lab. Experimental results of the lab may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date & time, and studied circuit).

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    Vibration Monitoring and Diagnostics Lab

    Laboratory stand for hands-on study of Vibration Monitoring and Diagnostics of Rotary and Bearing Systems is based on the NI PXI platform and software developed with the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. The stand consists of a rotary device with loads, imperfection imitators, bearing and sensors; a variable frequency driver is included for motor speed control. Students can accelerate and decelerate the motor, balance the imitators, align the axes, study the effects of various common manufacturing and operational defects, misalignments, bearing noises. They will also master sensor data processing through the application of mathematical filters and algorithms.

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    Kinematics Lab

    The laboratory facility is designed for hands-on study of the Theory of mechanisms and machines. The kinematic parameters (displacement, speed, and acceleration) of input and output bars are determined using the angle encoder. The facility features a unified platform with a motor; components and links for building of various basic mechanisms; controller with I/O modules. The students may control the motor, observing the actual values of various kinematic parameters of the links.

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    Motion Control and Gears Lab

    The testbench is designed for hands-on study of DC motors in various operation modes, high-speed motion control, dynamic load imitation, as well as vibration diagnostics of rotary gear mechanisms. Two DC motors are linked by a set of gears. One of the motors is driving the system whereas other either imitates load or operates as a generator. The students can study DC motor control algorithms (constant revolutions, smooth start-up and halting, change of motor speed by a given law), the generator output signal vs. rotation speed. Vibration diagnostic tools are provided: spectral, octave and sequential analysis, identification of vibration resonances, diagnosing vibration sources in gear transmissions, correlation between sequential spectra and the number of notches and transmission coefficients of gears.

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    Mechanical Joints Lab

    The «Mechanical Joints» lab is based on the NI cDAQ platform and uses software developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. During executing of lab works, tensions and deformations in objects are defined by help of tensometric sensors. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during lab. Experimental results, including student name, date, time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format.

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  • Process Control and Monitoring Lab

    The laboratory facility is designed for hands-on study of control system basics in higher school and secondary educational institutions. The laboratory test bench is based on the NI cDAQ platform. The facility consists of three tanks connected to each other via valves and flexible hoses. Water from the lower tank can be pumped into both of the tanks independently, by the use of two pumps. In addition, the water can be drained from the tanks into the main tank.

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    Micromotors and Automatic Motor Control Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Micromotors and Automatic Motor Control is based on the NI Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suite (NI ELVIS II) platform and uses software developed with the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on projects are implemented on the «Micromotors» printed circuit board with DC motors. The students can study the mechanical and static characteristics of DC motors in an open system with software-controlled power supply. Course manual is embedded in lab software for easy access to ad-hoc theoretical materials during the lab. Experimental results of the lab, including student name, date, time, etc. may be exported and saved in MS Excel format.

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    Arduino Applications Lab

    The Arduino Applications test bench is based on a specially designed test board for NI ELVIS platform. The test board includes the Arduino platform and other devices. Using the Arduino IDE Integrated Development Environment, the program codes are developed and uploaded into the software platform working with the peripheral devices and the PC. The lab main objectives are: Study the operation of sensors and devices; Get acquainted with various sensors and devices and their documentation; Get acquainted with the Arduino platform; Using the Arduino IDE Integrated Development Environment, Arduino programming.

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  • DC Machines Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of DC Machines is based on the NI PXI platform and software developed with the NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on operations are conducted on the «DC Machines» testbench. The circuits under study are presented on respective front panels of each hands-on project, as well as in courseware manual. Course software also contains theoretical materials which can be studied during the lab. Experimental results of the lab may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and studied circuit).

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    Asynchronous Machine with Squirrel Cage Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Asynchronous Motors with Squirrel Cage is based on the NI PXI platform and software developed with the NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on operations are conducted on the «Asynchronous Motors with Squirrel Cage» test bench. The circuits under study are presented on respective front panels of each hands-on project, as well as in courseware manual. Course software also contains theoretical materials which can be studied during the lab. Experimental results of the lab may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and studied circuit).

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    Synchronous Machines Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Synchronous Machines is based on the NI PXI platform and software developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on labs are conducted on the Synchronous Machines test bench. The circuits under study are presented on the respective front panels of each hands-on project, as well as in courseware manual. Course software also contains theoretical materials which can be studied during the lab. Experimental results may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and studied circuit).

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    Transformers Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Transformers is based on the NI PXI platform and software developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on operations are conducted on the Transformers test bench. The circuits under study are presented on respective front panel of each hands-on project, as well as in courseware manual. Course software also contains theoretical materials which can be studied during the lab. Experimental results of the lab may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and studied circuit).

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    Electric Drives and Machines Lab

    The laboratory facility for hands-on study of Electric Drives and Machines is based on the NI PXI platform and software developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on labs are conducted on the Electric Drives and Machines test bench. The circuits under study are presented on the respective front panels of each hands-on project, as well as in courseware manual. Course software also contains theoretical materials which can be studied during the lab. Experimental results may be exported and saved in MS Excel format (including student name, date, time and studied circuit).

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  • Antennas Lab

    The Antennas Lab is intended for hands-on study of traditional patterns of antennas. The facility is based on the NI PXIe platform and uses software developed with the LabVIEW graphical programming environment. All hands-on experiments are implemented on the test bench consisting of a turntable tripod used for mounting the antennas under test, a tripod for the auxiliary antenna, and a set of 7 antennas in the different frequency ranges. Signal received by the antenna under test is fed to the RF vector network analyzer for further processing. The students can use the testbench for the measurement of studied antennas parameters by the far field measurements method.

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  • Local Area Network Lab

    The Local Area Network (LAN) laboratory has been developed with the virtual instruments technology of National Instruments and includes hands-on labs on LAN. The system has been developed in NI LabVIEW graphical programming environment and is based on the NI ELVIS II educational platform, working in conjunction with a specially developed Network Test Bench board used for practical study of the LAN physical layer. The system consists of the Network Test Bench board installed on the NI ELVIS II workstation connected to a personal computer through USB. The power supply unit supplies power to the platform and the Network Test Bench board. The FriendlyARM Mini2440 Single-Board Computers are connected to the network through the switch using network patch cables. The student can enter a binary code using the hardware switches on the board and watch its transformations on the scope screen, check the integrity of patch cable wiring, change the LAN transmission speed, etc.

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