Amatrol Portable Learning Systems

 

Insufficient Training Space?  Not Any Longer!  Portable Learning Systems are the Answer!

Training is now more in demand than ever before, but finding available training space is next to impossible.  Amatrol’s portable learning systems are the perfect solution when training space is limited but comprehensive knowledge and skill building cannot be sacrificed!  These mobile systems can be placed on a conference room table, shop floor desk, or practically anywhere! Their durability and compact size also provide for safe, compact storage when available training space is needed to teach other topics.

Transport Easily!

Amatrol’s portable workstation cases feature a collapsible handle and wheels that make moving them easy.  Multiple latches securely fasten the workstation’s durable lid during transport to protect the system components.  Need to train workers in a different location at your facility?  Just latch the lid, extend the handle and away you go!Do you need to move your training class to a different facility?  The compact size of these learning systems allows multiple workstations to easily fit into a car’s trunk or even its backseat! The portability of these high-quality training systems is the solution that you have been looking for!

Do They Really Deliver the Same Level of Training as a Full-Size System?  Yes!

Amatrol challenged its engineers and curriculum designers to create portable training systems that could provide the same knowledge and skill outcomes as the larger systems. And they succeeded!   These portable systems use industry standard components and have all the bells-and-whistles of their larger counterparts.  Supported by Amatrol’s world-class curriculum, these learning systems fill an important role in today’s training needs.


 



990-DRV1


 

Amatrol’s Portable AC Motor Drive Learning System (990-DRV1) can be used in any industry where rapid motor acceleration or deceleration are required, such as packaging, textiles, and paper, to name a few. This system features industry-standard components like a Rockwell PowerFlex 4 variable frequency AC drive and a 3-phase AC motor used to teach the fundamentals of configuring and operating an AC drive. The 990-DRV1 also includes onboard analog and discrete input devices that enable the learners to operate the drive in many different program applications. Optional electronic fault insertion can also be added to the 990-DRV1 to teach valuable hands-on troubleshooting skills.

The 990-DRV1 is a portable solution when training space is limited but comprehensive knowledge and skill building cannot be sacrificed! This portable system can be placed on a conference room table, shop floor desk, or practically anywhere due to its small footprint. Its compact size and durable case also provide for safe storage when available training space must be used to teach other topics.



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990-ACDC1

 

Amatrol’s Portable AC/DC Electrical Learning System (990-ACDC1) teaches the fundamentals of AC and DC electrical systems used for power and control in industrial, commercial, agricultural, and residential applications. The 990-ACDC1 offers industry-relevant skills including how to operate, install, design, and troubleshoot basic AC and DC electrical circuits for various applications. This portable learning system brings customers flexibility and convenience when there’s a need to use a trainer in multiple locations or where space is too small for a full-size trainer.

The 990-ACDC1 includes a variety of switches and other components so learners can build different circuits, which will help them to recognize industrial component styles and learn how to troubleshoot them effectively. Combined with Amatrol’s world-class curriculum, this innovated product can provide learners with a thorough understanding of electrical power.

Learn about Electricity Nearly Anywhere

 

With only desk space for the 990-ACDC1 and a computer, anyone can attain a full array of AC/DC electrical training and learn about the fundamentals of this vital area. Electricity is used worldwide for innumerable applications and forms the base for areas such as electrical motor control, electro-fluidpower, and programmable controllers, so a strong understanding of this subject is necessary for many professionals. In this learning system, electrical topics covered include concepts like Ohm’s Law and Kichhoff’s Voltage Law and real-world components including switches, solenoids, and digital multimeters. Learners can then use this knowledge to complete skills such as operating a circuit using a circuit breaker, connect and operate a relay in a circuit, and connect and operate a basic lighting circuit.



990-EC1


Amatrol’s Portable Electric Relay Control Learning System (990-EC1) covers concepts widely used in industrial, commercial, and residential applications to regulate electric motors and fluid power actuators. Electric relay control also forms the building block of other automation systems such as programmable controllers. This portable learning system brings customers flexibility and convenience when there’s a need to use a trainer in multiple locations or where space is too small for a full-size trainer.

The 990-EC1 includes a relay control panel with premounted electrical control, pneumatic, and electric power components. Learners can use these components to connect electrical terminals to heavy-duty banana jacks to test various automation control circuits. Combined with Amatrol’s world-class curriculum, this innovated product can provide learners with a thorough understanding of electric relay control.

Training Is as Easy as a 990-EC1, a Desk, & a Computer

Amatrol offers a full array of electric relay control training in a portable learning system, where learners only need desk space for the trainer and a computer to study this vital industry skill. An electrical relay, most often used as a memory logic element, is the component that makes electrical relay control possible. Learners will study applications of this vital component, as well as the available styles of control relays, the major components, and their ladder diagram symbols.

The 990-EC1’s curriculum also covers how electrical relays are used to energize a fluid power solenoid, to perform control logic, and to make a seal-in circuit possible. Learners then use this knowledge to perform skills involving relays, such as designing a logic circuit and connecting and operating a relay to perform a seal-in function.


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990-MC1

Amatrol’s Portable Motor Control Learning System (990-MC1) features standard industry components like a 3-phase AC squirrel cage motor and uses 3-phase AC for power and 24 VDC for control all packed within a space-saving, portable product. Learners use these industrial components to study the operation, installation, and applications for electric relay control of AC motors. The 990-MC1 also includes lockout/tagout components to teach vital safety steps when working with industrial motors. Electronic fault insertion can be added to the 990-MC1 to teach valuable troubleshooting skills that will prepare learners for real-world problem solving.

Nowhere else can you find this breadth of training in a portable platform! Motor Control is prevalent in all industries, from conveyor control to driving large utility pumps. The 990-MC1 builds both knowledge and skills across topics like manual motor control, control ladder logic, motor starters, and automatic input devices. This innovative approach to bringing motor control training to wherever you need is one example of why Amatrol is the world’s leader in skills-based, interactive technical learning.

Build Motor Control Skills Anywhere!

Developing real-world skills takes practice on industry relevant components and systems. The 990-MC1 includes the most commonly used 3-phase AC squirrel cage motor used in industry as well as other industry-standard components, such as a drum switch, reversing motor contactors, a pressure switch, and a float switch, so that learners can practice skills on mechanisms that they’ll actually see in the field.

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990-PAB53A

 

Modern industry has experienced a rapid proliferation of automated technology that has greatly improved production efficiency and output. At the center of this technology is the programmable logic control (PLC), meaning today’s workforce must acquire skills in programming and operation of PLC systems that use a variety of basic and advanced program commands. The 990-PAB53A Portable PLC Learning System addresses this need by providing a comprehensive curriculum and application workstation that teaches modern PLC systems as they are used in industry today. Students learn both basic and advanced applications using the powerful Allen-Bradley CompactLogix L16ER PLC, a PanelView Plus terminal, and networks throughout the curriculum.

The 990-PAB53A System comes with a mobile carrying case, workstation mounting panel, master control relay circuit, Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5300 Programmable Controller, RS Linx and RS Logix 5000 software, a PanelView Plus terminal, an Ethernet Switch, I/O Simulator, five application circuits, student curriculum, instructor’s assessment guide, and installation guide. Learners will study industry-relevant skills including how to operate and program PLC systems for a wide range of real world applications.

Rich Applications: Basic through Advanced

The 990-PAB53A Learning System enhances learning by featuring a wide array of real world applications to allow students to actually see their programs control real systems. In addition to a discrete I/O simulator with discrete switches and indicators, the 990-PAB53A includes application circuits and components for thermostatic temperature control, analog temperature control, reversing constant-speed motor control, variable speed motor control with feedback, and stepper motor homing and commissioning. These circuits include basic and advanced applications starting with discrete I/O projects and extending to projects involving analog I/O


 

990-PAB53A Portable PLC

 



990-PS712

Today’s workforce needs skills in programming, operation and troubleshooting of modern PLC systems that use HMI panels, networking, and a variety of basic and advanced program commands. The 990-PS712 Portable PLC Learning System addresses this need by providing a comprehensive curriculum and application workstation that teaches modern PLC systems as they are used in industry today. Students learn both basic and advanced applications using the powerful Siemens S7-1200 PLC and use HMI panels and networks throughout the curriculum.

The 990-PS712 System comes with a mobile carrying case, workstation mounting panel, master control relay circuit, Siemens S7-1200 Programmable Controller, Siemens Step 7 Basic Software, Siemens HMI Panel, Siemens Ethernet Switch, I/O Simulator, five application circuits, student curriculum, instructor’s assessment guide, and installation guide. Students will learn industry-relevant skills including how to operate and program PLC systems for a wide range of real world applications.

Portable Workstation
The 990-PS712 is a mobile training platform that can be used to deliver training at multiple facilities. The 990 features a portable case with wheels and a handle for easy transport. The cover is quickly removed to enable the case to sit firmly upright on a table surface for student use. The cover also locks so the workstation can be safely stored when not in use.

Rich Applications:Basic through Advanced
The 990 Learning System enhances learning by featuring a wide array of real world applications to allow students to actually
see their programs control real systems. In addition to a discrete I/O simulator with discrete switches and indicators, the 990 includes application circuits and components for thermostatic temperature control, analog temperature control, reversing constant-speed motor control, variable speed motor control with feedback, and stepper motor control. These circuits include basic and advanced applications starting with discrete I/O projects and extending to projects involving motion control and analog I/O.


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990-PAB53F

The 990-PAB53F Portable PLC Troubleshooting Learning System provides comprehensive curriculum and a cutting-edge workstation to teach PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) programming, operation, and applications used in industry. The 990-PAB53F uses FaultPro, Amatrol’s unique electronic fault insertion, to teach PLC troubleshooting skills, such as PLC input and output testing, software testing, and application troubleshooting. Learners study both basic and advanced applications using Allen-Bradley’s CompactLogix 5300 PLC, PanelView Plus, and networking throughout the curriculum.

The 990-PAB53F comes with a mobile carrying case, workstation mounting panel, master control relay circuit, Allen-Bradley CompactLogix 5300 Programmable Controller, RS Linx and RS Logix 5000 software, a PanelView Plus terminal, an Ethernet Switch, I/O Simulator, five application circuits, student curriculum, instructor’s assessment guide, and installation guide. Learners will study industry-relevant application and troubleshooting skills so needed in today’s workplace.

PLC Fault Troubleshooting

The 990-PAB53F uses FaultPro, an electronic fault insertion system that is only available from Amatrol, to insert 35+ faults into the system for troubleshooting. Learners will troubleshoot these faults as they progress through 25 different troubleshooting skills.

Learners engage in practicing skills directly related to industry needs including using a six-step sequence to troubleshoot a PLC system, troubleshooting a PLC routine that performs on/off control using an analog input, and testing a PLC-controlled Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) output device.


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990-PS712F

Amatrol’s Portable PLC Troubleshooting Learning System – Siemens S7-1200 (990-PS712F) provides a mobile option for teaching both basic and advanced applications as well as sophisticated troubleshooting using the powerful Siemens S7-1200 PLC. Programming, operating, and troubleshooting skills on modern PLC systems are vital for future professionals. Amatrol’s 990-PS712F provides a highly interactive system that integrates an HMI panel, networking, and a variety of programming commands in order to simulate real-world processes.

Inside this attractive, durable carrying case, learners will find a world-class learning system with components like the KTP 600 Human Machine Interface (HMI) panel, which allows user input and displays output data. Combined with Amatrol’s thorough curriculum, learners will gain both theoretical and hands-on knowledge that can start them on a path towards a rewarding career.

PLC Fault Troubleshooting

Within the 990-PS712F, Amatrol offers FaultPro 4.0, the industry’s premier program utilizing electronic faults, and covers topics such as how to troubleshoot PLC power supply problems, how to test analog and discrete input devices, and how to solve software problems. Amatrol offers thorough, world-class curriculum that covers methods of system troubleshooting, types of PLC component tests, and step-by-step processes. FaultPro allows instructors to instantly set and tailor faults to test a learner’s weaknesses and turn them into strengths. The electronic faults also protect the equipment from incurring any damage.


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990-PN1

Amatrol’s Portable Pneumatics Learning System (990-PN1) is a mobile option for bringing Amatrol’s topnotch products and world-class curriculum to environments that lack the space for full-size trainers or where trainers are needed in multiple facilities. The 990-PN1 allows learners to practice hands-on skills and study basic and intermediate pneumatic concepts, such as the application and operation of pneumatic cylinders, flow controls, directional control valves, air motors, and pressure gauges.

The 990-PN1 includes real-world pneumatic components mounted on a silkscreened panel for easy identification within a portable case that features wheels and a handle. Learners can use pneumatic hoses included with the system to create working pneumatic circuits from schematics and practice skills such as connecting and reading a flowmeter and operating a cam-operated sequence circuit. The portable pneumatics system maintains Amatrol’s standard of topflight quality within this new, highly adaptable product as a way to reach even more learners and continue transforming the global workforce one life at a time.

Study Pneumatic Components and Practice on Real-World Equipment

If desk space and a computer are available, the 990-PN1 can bring real-world pneumatics training to any environment. The 990-PN1 features a full array of pneumatic theory and skills packed into a powerful mobile workstation. Delivered via Amatrol’s world-class e-learning, the 990-PN1’s curriculum provides the same thorough explanation and instruction of pneumatic concepts found in printed manuals, but now they’re featured in this highly interactive format that features audio and graphical elements in addition to text. Major topic areas include various pneumatic circuits, air flow control, resistance, measurement, and many more.

As a specific example, learners will study the components, operation, schematic symbol, and applications of a 3/2 pneumatic directional control valve (DCV). Learners then implement this theoretical knowledge by practicing the hands-on skill of using a 3/2 manually-operated DCV to operate a single-acting pneumatic cylinder. The 990-PN1 utilizes industry-standard pneumatic components to familiarize learners with equipment they’ll encounter on job sites.

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Amatrol’s Portable Mechanical Drives 1 Learning System (990-ME1) covers the fundamentals of mechanical transmission systems and applications, such as how to: operate, install, analyze performance, and design basic mechanical transmission systems using chains, vbelts, spur gears, bearings, and couplings. These mechanical system fundamentals can be applied to a variety of applications within the automotive, agricultural, and power industries.

The 990-ME1 includes: a tabletop mounting work surface; a drive motor; a variety of components for belt, chain and gear drives; a digital tachometer; a mechanical load device; and an alignment package. This power transmission training system uses industrial quality components to help assure that learners are better prepared for what they will encounter on the job and to withstand frequent use. These components will be used to cover major mechanical drives topics like shaft speed measurement, key fasteners, power transmission systems, belt drive concepts, chain tensioning, and gear backlash. The 990-ME1 features the ability to setup various drive systems, showing learners the effects of proper alignment and how to obtain best efficiency.

Real-World Mechanical Drive Training in a Portable System

The 990-ME1 includes: an aluminum tabletop mounting work surface with raised mounting feet and lifting handles; a single phase, 1/3 HP drive motor with safety guard; belt drives; chain drives; gear drives; and much more! The aluminum tabletop workstation provides a precision-machined work surface enabling learners to perform precise shaft alignments. Mounting locations are pre-drilled in the work surface by a CNC machine to enable learners to quickly set up a variety of drives. As a sample of this system’s competency building, the 990-ME1 allows learners to practice skills like: mounting an electric motor and correcting for soft foot condition; install and align a flexible jaw coupling; adjust belt tension; measure chain sag; and calculate gear ratio.



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Amatrol’s Portable Basic Hydraulics Learning System (990-BH1) allows learners to gain skills by studying topics like basic hydraulic circuits, pressure control circuits, hydraulic schematics, and sequence valves. Also, given the compact nature of the Portable Basic Hydraulics system, for the first time you can teach hydraulics in a limited space. This learning system allows learners to study and practice how to read a pressure gauge, as well as liquid level and temperature in the reservoir, connecting hydraulic circuits, operating a bi-directional hydraulic motor, converting between absolute and gauge pressure, and connecting and adjusting the pressure setting of a pressure relief valve (PRV).

Portable Basic Hydraulics includes gauges, manifolds, cylinders, valves (relief/sequence, pressure reducing, check, directional control, etc.), flow meter, and hydraulic motor. The components of this portable trainer are all industrial quality, not only to ensure durability, but also to help learners become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job. All Amatrol products are made from top-notch materials and carefully crafted to create tough, attractive, well designed learning systems that facilitate learning and will serve teachers and learners for years. Amatrol uses components that learners will find on-the-job in order to give the best opportunity to build confidence and industrial competencies.

Real-World Applications for Hydraulics Principles

Portable Basic Hydraulics has a remarkably small footprint, allowing hydraulics to be taught in spaces that precluded that training previously. Its components are all industrial quality not only to ensure durability, but also to help learners become better prepared for what they will encounter on the job. Learners will use these components to practice vital hydraulics skills, such as: connecting and adjusting a flow control valve to control the speed of an actuator; designing an independent speed control circuit and two-speed actuator circuit; and operating a double-acting cylinder, and operating of an integral check valve.

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Amatrol’s Portable Electronic Sensors Learning System (990-SN1) is designed to teach the operation of electronic, non-contact sensors and their applications in industry, such as sensing movement, detecting metal from non-metal, and determining speed. Designed for situations when there’s a need to use a trainer in multiple locations or where space is too small for a full-size trainer, the 990-SN1 is small and light enough to move with one hand, yet offers a depth and breadth of knowledge and skills that far exceeds its physical size.

The 990-SN1 includes a variety of electronic sensors, such as capacitive proximity, inductive proximity, magnetic reed, hall-effect, and photoelectric. These sensors can be used with a large array of provided test materials to learn how each sensor completes industrial tasks in real-world environments. Combined with Amatrol’s world-class curriculum, this innovated product provides learners with a thorough understanding of electronic sensor applications.

Electronic Sensor Training: Anywhere, Anytime

Because this get-up-and-go world requires an increased amount of flexibility and mobility, Amatrol has designed the 990-SN1 so that learners only need desk space for the trainer and a computer to study this vital industry skill. Electronic sensors are used in industrial applications for feedback to systems like electrical relay controls and programmable logic controllers. Learners will practice real-world skills on standard industrial grade components to ensure that they’re familiar with actual components when they enter the workforce. The 990-SN1 allows learners to build relay circuits that separate metallic and non-metallic materials, design controls for a stamping machine, and uses a sensor as a safety interlock.

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Amatrol’s Portable Fundamental Measurement Tools Learning System (990-MES1) introduces the fundamental principles of measurement including basic measurement, precision measurement, direct gauging, indirect gauging, and dimensional measurements using both the U.S. customary system as well as S.I. metric system. Understanding how to perform accurate measurements is relevant to technical careers such as quality control inspector, machinist, manufacturing engineer, operations manager, and production technician. The 990-MES1’s compact size and durable case also provide for safe storage when available training space must be used to teach other topics.

The 990-MES1 allows learners to apply fundamental measurement principles using industry-standard tools like dial calipers, micrometers, and dial indicators to achieve accurate measurements that are essential to any technical career. Learners will acquire skills such as how to measure length, accurate measurement of inside and outside dimensions, measuring both in U.S. Customary and S.I. Metric units, and collecting measurement data. The 990-MES1 contains precisely-machined and numbered parts that challenge the learner to make accurate measurements. The measurement tools and parts were carefully selected to not only teach the learner how to use the tools properly, but to also teach them the proper application for their use.

Gain Skills Used By Production Technicians, Machinists, and More!

The 990-MES1 uses industry-standard measurement tools used for various technical career paths including manufacturing, engineering, science, and medical technology. This learning system includes dial and digital calipers, micrometers, steel rules, dial indicator with magnetic base, a gauge block, and small hole gauges. Additional measurement components, such as rectangular plates, shapes of varying dimensions, and disks with machined lips are used to help learners use measuring devices to gain hands-on practice and skills.

Just to name a few specific measurement skills that learners will develop, the 990-MES1 teaches converting between U.S. customary units and SI metric units, measuring the outside dimension of a part using a micrometer, calibrating a dial caliper, mastering a dial indicator, collecting and displaying data using data acquisition software, histogram creation and analyzation, control chart creation and analyzation, and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing



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990-PG1

Amatrol’s Portable Precision Gauging Learning System (990-PG1) covers the fundamentals of basic measurement, precision measurement, direct gauging, indirect gauging, and dimensional measurements using both the U.S. customary system and the SI metric system all within a mobile, highly durable product.  Measurement is a cornerstone of all technical career paths and a major part of quality assurance, which helps to keep product quality high and costs low.

This portable learning system features calipers, micrometers, and a variety of gauges within a flexible, convenient product for situations where space is too limited for a full-size trainer or when a trainer is needed in multiple environments. These measuring devices, along with a set of precisely-machined components, are used to complete skills, such as measuring length, taking accurate measurement of inside and outside dimensions, and collecting process data. Customers can additionally purchase the 99-PG2, which features a snap gauge.

World-Class Technical Learning Wherever You Are

The 990-PG1 offers the opportunity to practice vital measurement skills to anyone with a computer and desk space for the Portable Precision Gauging Learning System. Accurate measurement lies at the heart of product quality in areas like design, manufacturing, or repair and can be used in careers such as quality control inspector, machinist, manufacturing engineer, operations manager, and production technician. The 990-PG1 allows learners to use real world components to practice hands-on skills such as using a plug gauge to measure the smooth bores in parts and gauging machined lips containing various defects.

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990-PTB1


Amatrol’s Portable Pneumatics Troubleshooting Learning System (990-PTB1) provides a skill-rich, portable troubleshooting system for basic pneumatic and electro-pneumatic circuits. This system’s value is twofold: first it provides vital training experience for learners and professionals that will perform industrial maintenance, installation, and troubleshooting on pneumatic systems used in real-world automation machinery, packaging equipment, pharmaceutical applications, chemical handling tasks, and more. Secondly, this system features industry-standard valves, switches, and gauges all within a portable basic pneumatic circuits learning system that can be placed on a conference room table, shop floor desk, or practically anywhere when training space is limited.

The 990-PTB1 features directional control valves, flow control valves, limit switches, a programmable logic controller, and FaultPro software, Amatrol’s electronic fault insertion software. These industrial components will be used to study troubleshooting topics for air preparation, pneumatic actuators, vacuum systems, pneumatic systems, and more all within an innovative, portable solution that doesn’t sacrifice the comprehensive knowledge and skill building for which Amatrol is known.

Practice Hands-On Pneumatic Troubleshooting Skills with the 990-PTB1

The 990-PTB1 includes four directional control valves, two double acting cylinders, six flow control valves, a vacuum gauge, pressure gauge, multimeter, and S71200 Siemens PLC all within a portable learning system. Learners will use these components to perform skills such as troubleshooting a variety of components via an in-circuit test. These components include: filters, cylinders, flow control valves, and quick exhaust valves. Learners will also practice troubleshooting low pressure, high pressure, actuators that move out of sequence, and actuator speed.

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