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Hello!! I have problem with my project Speed control of DC motor using KEYPAD and pwm. I have interfaced 4x3 Keypad and 16x2 LCD, I want to control speed of DC motor using keypad input like 25% Duty cycle 50% duty cycle etc.!!! My problem is in program ..that is I cannot stay in conditional loop after I (...)
Hi folks, I am currently learning the bldc motor drive. I am not understanding how changing the terminal voltage across the motor affects the motor speed. As per my knowledge the speed depends only on the frequency at which we are energizing the coils. But using pwm we are not changing the rate at which the three coils (...)
Hi, Please have a look at the below link I am trying to understand pwm working Two examples are mentioned 1.LED 2.motor control. What I dont understand is on the LED control using pwm the pwm output voltage is in the range of 0 to 5V so it is ON for 387uS and
Hello I am working on 3 phase motor control by V/F control. my circuit consist microcontroller > IR2110> IRF640. pwm freqency is 1KHZ Design is non isolated my problem that while MOSFET switch on and switch off it create posivite and negative spikes upto +/- 25volts resultant +5v and +15 for (...)
What is the difference between Standard pwm and motor control pwm in dsPIC33 ? I want to use Standard pwm in dsPIC33 I know that Mc pwm can generate complementary signals and Standard pwm cannot generate standard signals. In motor (...)
Hi, I am Trying to build a BLDC motor controller with the PIC18F4431 MCU. My plan is to use the six step sensorless trapezoidal commutation. Complementary and unipolar pwm, to be precise. The reason I chose this is to use synchronous rectification instead of simplt using the MOSFET intrinsic diodes. This means that, at any given time, (...)
I am trying to do Dc motor driver with single direction pin (forward / reverse). I simulated it on proteus but the motor is very slow with high frequency pwm(clock). when i decrease its frequency the motor speed is increased. what is the problem in this circuit is it the components?
Microprocessor pwm units are not well suited to drive stepper motors. Instead use timer interrupts and pulse pattern generation in software.
Hi, I am using dspic30f5011 controller and I can generate pwm wave by using output capture compare module.Now,I want to control the 4-wire bipolar stepper motor with pwm i.e, rotation speed.So,what driver I have to use? Thanks and Regards, M SAI KIRAN.
Attiny13 generates 2 pwm-modulated sine waves 1..70Hz, shifted by +/-90deg, Fpwm=9375 Hz (4800000 / 256 / 2), RPM controlled by potentiometer, and not stabilized, amplitude changes from 25% at minimal RPM to 100% at maximal RPM. Start/Stop and Reverse controlled by 2 switches. Cotroller: 128620 Transistors VT2/VT4 and
It is not a DC motor. You can't drive it from constant current directly. Current should be limited by using pwm with variable duty cycle. I can't understand why you don't want to try google this topic before posting.
Hi! I have a fairly simple motor controller controlling a DC motor. It's just a MCU feeding a pwm signal through a transistor, much like this one: However, I need the motor to keep running when the pwm signal is zeroed. What I have now is roughly 0-5v amplified to 0-Nv, (...)
Hey I am using dsPIC30F4011 with 16 MHz crystal. I am using mikroC for dsPIC. I have such code: void main() { int pwm_period1; int i; ADPCFG = 0xFFFF; // initialize pwm 1, using scale 1, and Timer 2.... pwm_period1 = pwm_Init(500 , 1, 1, 2); pwm_Start(1); (...)
Hello, I am using PIC18f4550. My aim is to control AC induction motor. For that I have generated required pwm pulses for required frequencies. But I need to maintain V/F ratio at the output. Which I am unable to do. Please suggest me.
I want to control dc motor 24 v 11 A using plc . so i need a driver circuit that is able to work on 24 volt pwm from the plc. what are your suggestions?
I want to control dc motor 24 v 11 A using plc . so i need a driver circuit but i think it should work on 24 v pwm on logic level input , shouldn't it?
hello everyone. I am making a three phase inverter to control the speed of induction motor placed at the O/P of inverter. I am using potentiometer as analog input and using it to vary the duty cycle and freq of gate signals. I am facing an issue right now. arduino UNO has 6 pwm pins. I am using them to get 6 gate signals but only (...)
hi,i need to know what is best frwquncy for speed control of dc brush motor ,recently i used 31.25 khz freqency pwm but it was not work good
Do avoid the noise you could used some form of higher-frequency pwm control that uses MOSFETs and not SCRs such as this, but I don't know if those are avail
Hi, I think it's called a boost converter. Maybe in conjunction with a pwm IC/subcircuit could work. Does the motor draw more current than the Arduino can provide? - Might be an idea to check that aspect; it may be necessary to use an external (12V) supply to handle the motor current. Besides which, possibly a suitable interface to not (...)


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