The Hampden Model H-PVIT-1 Photovoltaic Installers Trainer has been designed with the latest Industrial/Commercial components available. The trainer will provide the necessary training in completing a fully functioning, grid-tied solar electric system. This system will have the capability to be fully monitored and controlled.
TheHampden Model H-SPT-AC-1-HS Table Top Solar Photovoltaic Trainer is a control system trainer which lets the student technician examine the electrical layout and operational features normally associated with a photovoltaic power source. The trainer demonstrates the electrical characteristics of the solar array, storage battery, AC and DC distribution, and AC and DC loading. The complete charging sequence can be observed.
The Hampden Model H-SST-4 Solar Heat System Trainer is an actual solar hot water heating system. System components include one (1) traditional style solar collector and one (1) vacuum tube solar collector, circulation pumps, storage tank, heat exchanger, air separator, air handler, solar heating coil, automatic air vents, thermostat, and a control panel with sensors.
The Hampden Model H-SHSP-1 Solar Heat and Solar Photovoltaic Trainer is a fully mobile solar heat solar photovoltaic control system trainer which lets the student technician examine the hot water and electrical layouts and operational features normally associated with a solar heating system and photovoltaic power source.
The Hampden Model H-SHST-1 Solar Heat Service Trainer contains the actual control components of a solar heating system, including: sensors, relays and thermostats. Each component terminates at Hampden binding posts for easy interconnection into several configurations. Up to 21 faults may be inserted from the panel on the rear.
The Hampden Model H-HEAT-1A Home Efficiency Auditor TESTING Facility will allow potential auditors to learn the proper techniques in performing a complete energy audit. Some of the areas covered are consistent data collection, insulation inspection, HVAC analysis, base load consumption, air leakage, energy usage, along with many more vital areas. Along with helping develop these skills the Hampden Model H-HEAT-1A is provided with an intricate fault package. This fault package will create a realistic situation that will require the auditor to diagnose the problem and specify maintenance or repair.
H-HEAT-TEP Test Equipment Package
H-HEAT-CC Curriculum and Certification Package
H-HEAT-MTP Mobile Trailer Package
The Hampden Model H-SPT-AC-1A Solar Photovoltaic Trainer contains two solar photovoltaic modules with a nominal voltage output of 15.5V DC at 2.26A, an inverter that converts the DC to single-phase AC, a high-capacity solar battery, controls to monitor power from solar modules and to switch to battery power when necessary, four test points, two power take-off points (12V DC and 120V AC), a 0-15V DC voltmeter, a multi-range DC ammeter, and a 0-150V AC voltmeter. The mobile frame is constructed of code gauge furniture stock steel with four swivel casters, two with locks. Furnished complete with a set of interconnecting cords.
The Hampden Model H-SST-1A Solar System Trainer is an actual solar hot water heating system. System components include a solar collector, circulation pumps, storage tank, heat exchanger, air separator, air handler, solar heating coil, automatic air vents, thermostat, and a control panel with sensors. Gauges, thermometers, and flowmeters permit students to observe pressures, temperatures, and flow rate while the system is in operation. The trainer is mounted on a mobile frame and the collector panel is adjustable for easy positioning in direct sunlight.
H-SST-1A-FP Electrical Fault Package Option
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The Hampden Model H-PVIT-MAST Mobile Solar Array with Solar Tracking System is an optical sensing system used to sense and track the suns position throughout the day. The sensors feed information to the control box where it processes information on direct component of sunlight available, the diffuse amount of sunlight, the total amount of sunlight as well as the differential amount of sunlight on opposing sensors. The Hampden Models H-PVIT-MAST Mobile Solar Array w/ Solar Tracking Option and H-PVIT-MA Mobile Solar Array Option are options of Hampden Model H-PVIT-1 Photovoltaic Installers Trainer and are dependant upon it.
The Hampden Model H-FCTT-1 Fuel Cell Technology Trainer allows the student to create a grid independent power supply that uses only hydrogen as its fuel. The system familiarizes the student with fuel cell power supply technology, an environmentally friendly method of generating power directly from a hydrogen reaction. Fuel cells are the most promising alternate energy supply and are already being used in a number of areas, including automotive engineering and power generation systems. The Model H-FCTT-1 can also be connected to an external energy source, such as a solar panel or wind generator, for comparison between the different technologies. A switch located on the panel allows for switching between the fuel cell and an external source.
The Hampden Model H-WPG-1B Wind Powered Generator has been designed to provide the student with the basic understanding of how wind generators function as an alternate source of energy. This system consists of a wind source, a four bladed DC wind generator, control panel and base assembly.
H-WPG-FP Electrical Fault option
H-WPG-P Pump option
H-WPG-CDL Computer Data Logging option - Consisting of a hand held anemometer with realtime data logging capability.
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The Hampden Model H-SST-3 Solar Heat System Trainer is an actual solar hot water heating system. System components include 2 vacuum tube solar collector sections. The trainer is mounted on a mobile frame and the collector panel is adjustable for easy positioning in direct sunlight.
The Hampden Model H-HYD-1A Solar Hydronics Trainer contains the plumbing components typically found on most active solar-heated circulating hot water heating systems. It includes both the storage (open) loop and the exchange (closed) loop. The solar collector is represented in the exchange loop by two parallel piping segments that include clear plexiglas tubing. The trainer is completely self-contained, tested, and ready for operation, except for the addition of water to the storage and exchange loops.