Sunday, January 24, 2010

motor control circuits

Automatic Speed Controller for fans and Coolers

Soft Button type Motor Direction Controller

Discrete component motor direction controller

Super simple stepper motor controller

AC motor control circuits

Push Button Motor Control Circuits

The circuits on this page are for motor controls using Push buttons and would typically be found in commercial and industrial installations.

Brush-DC Servomotor using PIC17C756A
This application note demonstrates the use of a PIC17C756A microcontroller (MCU) in a brush-DC servomotor application. The PIC17CXXX family of micro-controllers makes an excellent choice for cost-effective embedded servomotor control applications. Some of the benefits of the PIC17CXXX MCU family include fast instruction cycle execution (up to 120 ns), an 8 x 8 hardware multiplier, and many useful hardware peripherals.

Microchip’s Fan Speed Controllers to a SPI
Microchip's TC642, TC643, and TC646 are the world's first integrated circuits dedicated for controlling and monitoring fan speed. The new family of fan speed controllers modulate fan speed to compensate for changes in system temperature. This means the fan runs at full speed only when necessary, significantly extending fan life. In addition to increased fan life, fan speed is controlled by PWM control circuitry that is more efficient than conventional linear techniques. The ICs provide other features such as fan current limiting, minimum speed control, auto shutdown, and speed, fault, and over-temperature indication.

DC Motor Speed Control with CMOS ICs
Two low-cost CMOS ICs manage a 12 VDC, current-limited speed control circuit for DC brush motors. The circuit design (see Figure 1) uses PWM (pulse width modulation) to chop the effective input voltage to the motor. Use of CMOS devices gives the benefits of low power, minimal heat and improved longevity. The overall design is simple, inexpensive and reliable, and is useful in applications such as embedded DC motor control where efficiency, economy and performance are essential.

Control 3-Phase AC Motors Using PIC18F4431
This application note describes how the PIC18F4431 may be used to control an ACIM using open and closed-loop V/f control strategies. The application code is built incrementally and demonstrates the following control methods: 1. Voltage-frequency (V/f) control 2. Voltage-frequency control with current feedback 3. Voltage-frequency control with velocity feedback and PID control The PIC18F4431 incorporates a set of innovative peripherals, designed especially for motor control applications. The utility of these peripherals is demonstrated in both open and closed-loop three-phase ACIM motor applications. It is assumed that the reader is already familiar with the theory and nomenclature of AC induction motors. For an excellent introduction to the basic concepts of induction motors control, please refer to Microchip?s application note AN887, ?AC Induction Motor Fundamentals?

Motor Control Sensor Circuits
Sensors are a critical component in a motor control system. They are used to sense the current, position, speed and direction of the rotating motor. Recent advancements in sensor technology have improved the accuracy and reliability of sensors, while reducing the cost. Many sensors are now available that integrate the sensor and signal-conditioning circuitry into a single package.

 AC switching with TRIAC from TTL Schematics wiring diagram circuits
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