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PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The main objective of this project is to develop a speed control system for DC motor that alters voltages applied to the armature using an ARM series processor. The speed of the DC motor is directly proportional to the voltage applied across its terminals. Hence, if voltage across motor terminal is varied, then the speed can also be varied.

The proposed system uses an ARM series processor and a rectified power supply. In this system, the DC motor is controlled by a motor-driver IC, which is connected to the ARM-series processor. A push-button switch is interfaced to the ARM-series processor for giving the percentage of duty cycles to control the speed of the DC motor.

The speed control of the DC motor is achieved by varying the duty cycles (PWM Pulses) from the ARM series processor as per the program. The ARM series processor receives the percentage of duty cycles from the push button and delivers the desired output to switch the driver IC, which controls the speed of the DC motor.

This project in future can be enhanced by using power electronic devices such as IGBTs to achieve speed control in higher-capacity industrial motors.

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The main objective of this project is to develop a speed control system for DC motor that alters voltages applied to the armature using an ARM series processor. The speed of the DC motor is directly proportional to the voltage applied across its terminals. Hence, if voltage across motor terminal is varied, then the speed can also be varied.

The proposed system uses an ARM series processor and a rectified power supply. In this system, the DC motor is controlled by a motor-driver IC, which is connected to the ARM-series processor. A push-button switch is interfaced to the ARM-series processor for giving the percentage of duty cycles to control the speed of the DC motor.

The speed control of the DC motor is achieved by varying the duty cycles (PWM Pulses) from the ARM series processor as per the program. The ARM series processor receives the percentage of duty cycles from the push button and delivers the desired output to switch the driver IC, which controls the speed of the DC motor.

This project in future can be enhanced by using power electronic devices such as IGBTs to achieve speed control in higher-capacity industrial motors.

PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS
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Easy to use, Self-explanatory kit.
All-inclusive solution kit.
Extensive audio-visuals available.
Branding-free material.
Pre-programmed Microcontroller.
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Call/mail for Tech Support from 10 am - 7 pm IST.
Easy to use, Self-explanatory kit.
All-inclusive solution kit.
Extensive audio-visuals available.
Branding-free material.
Pre-programmed Microcontroller.
BLOCK DIAGRAM
Hardware Requirements
  • STM32 board
  • DC Motor
  • Motor Driver IC
  • LED
  • Resistors
  • Capacitors
  • Diodes
  • Transformer
  • Voltage Regulator
  • Push Button
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  • STM32 board
  • DC Motor
  • Motor Driver IC
  • LED
  • Resistors
  • Capacitors
  • Diodes
  • Transformer
  • Voltage Regulator
  • Push Button
Software Requirements
  • Keil compiler
  • Language: Embedded C
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  • Keil compiler
  • Language: Embedded C
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