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About Hampden Universal Laboratory Machine

About Hampden Universal Laboratory Machine

About Hampden Universal Laboratory Machine

Hello, i have the following question:

I need to dictate a laboratory course with the Hampden Universal Laboratory machine, but I only have the "student laboratory experiments" manual. In the university there is a manual that contains technical information (such as distribution of windings, fmm diagrams, nominal values, characteristic curves etc.), but not from Hampden engineering, but from an extinct company called B.K.B electric motors!

Previously, I sent an e-mail to Hampden expressing my concern, but only sent me a pdf of the same manual of experiments that we already have in the laboratory.

My question is if any of you have been in a similar dilemma, and if there has ever been a technical manual produced by Hampden. The problem is that the machine behaves well differently from that predicted by the manual of B.K.B.

I hope someone can help me. I searched the internet with no results

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