RE14 – Advanced Fuel Cell Technology

 

RE14 – Advanced Fuel Cell Technology

The RE14 Advanced Fuel Cell Technology system provides students with a self-contained modular system, covering current fuel cell technology on a laboratory scale. 

Using the system students can undertake experiments covering working principles, efficiency, and characteristics curves of electrolysers and fuel cells.

In addition to a PEM-fuel cell, it also contains an ethanol-fuel cell to compare the different technologies. 

 

 

Description

The RE14 Advanced Fuel Cell Technology system provides students with a self-contained modular system, covering current fuel cell technology on a laboratory scale.

Using the system students can undertake experiments covering working principles, efficiency, and characteristics curves of electrolysers and fuel cells. In addition to a PEM-fuel cell, it also contains an ethanol-fuel cell to compare the different technologies. 

Including three PEM-fuel cells the kit enables students to build fuel cell stacks. H2 Charger and H2 Storage are provided with the system to allow for the easy generation and storage of hydrogen.

Technical Specifications

  • 1 x Base unit large 
  • 1 x Potentiometer module 
  • 1 x Motor module without gear 
  • 1 x Solar module 2.5V, 420mA 
  • 1 x H2 Charger 
  • 1 x H2 Storage 
  • 1 x Gas storage module 
  • 1 x Aluminium case 
  • 3 x PEM-fuel cell module 
  • 1 x Electrolyzer module 2.0 
  • 1 x Ethanol fuel cell module 
  • 1 x Propeller 
  • 0,15 x Silicone tube 2mm 
  • 1 x Lamp with table clamp 
  • 1 x Safety test lead, 50cm, red 
  • 1 x Safety test lead, 50cm, black 
  • 2 x Safety test lead, 25cm, red 
  • 2 x Safety test lead, 25cm, black 
  • 2 x Safety socket adapter SA 4000 red 
  • 4 x Safety socket adapter SA 4000 black 
  • 2 x Digital multimeter 
  • 1 x Valve for H2 Storage 

Features & Benefits

  • Comprehensive experimentation system on fuel cell technology 
  • Two different fuel cell technologies: PEM and ethanol fuel cells 
  • Buildable fuel cell stacks with three PEM fuel cells 
  • Easy hydrogen generation and storage with HCharger and H2 Storage 
  • Laboratory scale 
  • Modular design 
  • Supplied in a self-contained aluminium case 
  • Includes in-depth manual and predefined experiments 

Downloads

  • What does an electrolyzer do? 
  • Characteristics of an electrolyzer 
  • Hydrogen production with the H2 Charger 
  • Hydrogen storage with the H2 Storage technology 
  • Characteristics of a PEM-fuel cell 
  • Characteristics of an Ethanol-fuel cell 
  • Faraday and energy efficiency of the electrolyzer 
  • Faraday and energy efficiency of the PEM-fuel cell 
  • Parallel and series connection of PEM-fuel cells 

  • Chemical Engineering 
  • Environmental Energies 
  • Renewable Energies 

  • Storage Temperature: -10°C to +70°C
  • Operating temperature range: +10°C to +50°C
  • Operating relative humidity range: 0 to 95%, non-condensing

  • Storage Temperature: -10°C to +70°C 
  • Operating temperature range: +10°C to +50°C 
  • Operating relative humidity range: 0 to 95%, non-condensing 

Electrical supply: 110-230V AC 50-60Hz 

  • Level and stable work surface 

PACKED AND CRATED SHIPPING SPECIFICATIONS

  • Volume: 0.038m³
  • Gross weigh: 10Kg

TRAY 

  • Length: 0.640m 
  • Width:   0.165m 
  • Height:  0.370m 

RE14: Advanced Fuel Cell Technology 

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