Power Electronics and Electric Machinery Laboratory

at Tecnologico de Monterrey

I have had the pleasure to inaugurate in 2019 a power electronics and electric machinery laboratory for research purposes. The laboratory was built with external funds of approximately $1.2M (USD) acting as a PI. The lab capabilities include: electric machinery, work stations for power converter design and testing, an internal micro grid, energy storage banks (li-ion batteries and ultra-capacitors), data acquisition hardware (DSpace and National Instruments), a grid emulator (bidirectional three-phase power sources with variable frequency), charging stations for electric vehicles, full cells, renewable energy kits, DSP and micro controller kits, micro-synchrophasor kits and specialized software for simulations.


It has been also a pleasure to work with exceptional Master and PhD students!

Lab Overview

Work stations
High precision equipment
Grid Emulator
Micro grid with renewable and electric vehicle integration
Electric Machinery
DSpace equipment
Energy Storage Sets
Renewable Energy Lab Kit
Prototypes designed
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Converter closed-loop implementations
Efficiency analysis
micro PMU kit
Micro PMU Network
Full Cells
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