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need to control dc motor through microcontroller,need idea!

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by koushal, Jan 13, 2003.

  1. koushal

    koushal New Member

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    I am an electronics student, and designing a dc motor which controlls a transformer output voltage. I need to give variable output voltage at the end and need to control continously...
    Please if you have any idea of it give...
     
  2. herbymcduff

    herbymcduff New Member

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    could you give a little more detail.

    i mean, are you wanting a variable output voltage off the transformer. Or and you wanting the transformers output voltage to vary and controll the speed of the motor?
     
  3. kinjalgp

    kinjalgp Active Member

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    He is talking about Servo-Stabilized Transformer. Normal series DC motor or stepper motor (easiest to control) can be put to work for this. Better use stepper motor because of its large number of advantages over normal DC motor. The uC interface circuits and sample code ae available on net. Try "Microcontroller Stepper" in google.
     

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