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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 8, August 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Development Of 1 Phase Induction Motor Training Kits

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AUTHOR(S)

Ahyanuardi, Habibullah, Oriza Candra, Doni Tri Putra Yanto, Arisa Amriyani Amir Bata

 

KEYWORDS

1 Phase Induction Motor, Training Kit, Electrical Motor Maintenance and Repair (EMMR).

 

ABSTRACT

The use of instructional media in the Electrical Motor Maintenance and Repair (EMMR) learning process has not been optimal to achieve the stated learning goals. Therefore, it is necessary to develop practical learning media like a training kit. this research develops a 1 phase induction motor training kits that can be used in the learning process. The purpose of this study is to produce a valid and practical 1 phase induction motor training tools for use in the EMMR learning process. The research method used is the Research and Development (R&D) research method. The research phase begins with the needs analysis, product design, product manufacturing, and product testing phases to determine the level of validity and practicality of the product being developed. The validators consisted of instructional media experts, electrical motor experts, and EMMR subject teachers. Product validity is known based on the opinion of the validator (Expert Judgment) of the developed training kits. The practicality of the Training Kits is seen through the opinions of the teacher and students after using the Training Kits in the learning process. The results of the validation conducted by the validator stated that the 1 phase induction motor training kits is valid with a percentage of 89%. Then, the results of practicality by subject teachers and Students get a percentage of 83% with the practical category. It can be concluded that the Instructional media of 1 phase induction motor training kits is valid and practical as a practical learning media in the EMMR learning process for electrical engineering students at basic level.

 

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