Power Electronics Lab


Power Electronics Lab

Key Features

  • Functional blocks indicated with on board mimic
  • Pulse generator with frequency and duty cycle control
  • Single phase rectifier firing circuit with firing angle control
  • Pulse amplifier and isolation transformer
  • Breadboard for circuit experimentation


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Product Description

The Power Electronics Lab is used to perform power electronics circuit experiments. Student studying the characteristics of power electronics devices and the applications of power devices will find this an essential piece of equipment. The applications of power devices are in alarm circuit, lamp flasher, rectifiers, choppers, inverters and also commutation circuits.


  • The characteristics of SCR
  • The characteristics of UJT
  • The characteristics of MOSFET
  • The characteristics of IGBT
  • The characteristics of DIAC
  • The characteristics of TRIAC
  • The characteristics of PUT
  • The class B commutation circuit
  • The class C commutation circuit
  • The class D commutation circuit
  • The class F commutation circuit
  • Resistor triggering circuit
  • Resistor-Capacitor triggering circuit (half-wave)
  • Resistor-Capacitor triggering circuit (full-wave)
  • The SCR triggered by UJT
  • The SCR triggered by 555IC
  • The SCR triggered by Op-Amp 741IC
  • Ramp and pedestal triggering circuit using anti-parallel SCR in AC load
  • The UJT relaxation oscillator
  • The voltage commutated chopper
  • The Bedford inverter
  • The single phase PWM inverter using MOSFET and IGBT
  • The half-wave controlled rectifier with resistive load
  • The full wave controlled rectifier (mid-point) with resistive load
  • The fully controlled bridge rectifier with load