Automotive Charging System Training Stand

Automotive charging system training stand

Product Description

Automotive charging system training stand

Order number: MSMSG1

The AutoEDU charging system training stand is specially designed to demonstrate working principals of the car alternator which is used in modern automobiles for charging the battery and powering the electrical system when the engine is in running condition. The functional alternator is driven by electrical 2,2 kW motor. The alternator is installed in the aluminum frame and covered with the plexiglass for the safety reasons. This training stand can be used to help students understand the operation and common testing procedures, battery charging or discharging, common problems such as negative terminal fault and etc. The possibility to adjust rotational speed of the alternator gives additional information about the work of the alternator at different RPM. All important information is shown on 3 digital panels: charging, voltage and RPM.

Technical specifications and functions

  • Fully functional system with the 12V alternator in a light aluminum frame
  • Real automotive components
  • Battery charging/discharging with the alternator
  • Alternator loading simulation
  • Negative terminal fault simulation
  • Adjustable rotation speed of the alternator
  • Information panels with loading, charging, RPM and voltage systems
  • Alternator is driven by 2,2kW electric motor
  • Power supply: 220V
  • The stand could be used as a power supply for another AutoEDU training stands
  • Open contacts for measurements


  • Power supply: 220V
  • Made in Lithuania
  • CE certificate

Optional accessories

  • Oscilloscope
  • Multimeter
  • Battery tester


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