The Electronic Power Lab is equipped to cover the educational needs of the laboratory part of the undergraduate course of Electronics Power taught in the Departments of Electrical and Electronics Teachers, as well as the Electrical Motion course of the additional (fifth) year of study.
The equipment includes, among others:
AC / DC converters (single-phase and three-phase power rectifiers, uncontrolled, semi-controlled and fully controlled).
AC / AC converters
DC / DC converters
Industrial type AC / DC / AC converters.
Modern measuring equipment, electric motor systems, as well as auxiliary devices required for the application of the above converters.
The laboratory can also serve applied research activities in the field of Electronic Power Science and Electric Motor Driving.
Laboratory Manager: Spyros Adam (Professor of Applications)