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Tachometer using AT89S52 microcontroller with motor control using H bridge method

We , in this project are measuring the RPM of a motor using an IR sensor.
The motor speed and direction is made variable by use of a H-bridge method.
RPM is shown on LCD display for the two directions.

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Tachometer using AT89S52 microcontroller with motor control Tachometer using AT89S52 microcontroller with motor control Presentation Transcript

  • Submitted By: Ketan Gupta (04211502809)1 Yatin Jain (04811502809) Sushil Kumar Mishra (05311502809) Harshit Jain (05911502809)
  • RPM METER OR TACHOMETER  A tachometer (revolution-counter, Tach, rev-counter, RPM gauge) is an instrument measuring the rotation speed of a shaft or disk, as in a motor or other machine. The device usually displays the revolutions per minute (RPM) on a calibrated analogue dial, but digital displays are increasingly common. 2
  • MICROCONTROLLER AND WHYMICROCONTROLLER NOTMICROPROCESSOR?A microcontroller is a single-chip microcomputer which contains Ram , Rom , Cpu , i/o ports ,Adc and other peripherals. It has fixed amount of Ram , Rom , i/o ports.It is also called embedded microcontroller because it is designed for embedded systems performing specific tasks only.Microprocessor only has cpu , Alu, stack pointer, program counter and other registers ,clock timing circuit.Microprocessor does not have Ram, Rom and i/o ports It requires large space and it’s cost is higher as compared 3 to microcontroller.
  • EMBEDDED SYTEMS  An embedded system is a computer system designed for specific control functions within a larger system, often with real-time computing constraints.It is embedded as part of a complete device often including hardware and mechanical parts. By contrast, a general-purpose computer, such as a personal computer (PC), is designed to be flexible and to meet a wide range of end-user needs. Embedded systems control many devices in common use today. 4
  • WHAT WE ARE DOING ? ? ? We , in this project are measuring the RPM of a motor using an IR sensor. The motor speed and direction is made variable by use of a H-bridge method. RPM is shown on LCD display for the two directions. 5
  • WHAT WE ARE USING ? ? ? We are using an AT89S52 microcontroller for this project A transformer for stepping down the voltage. Full wave rectifier for conversion of AC to DC. 7805 voltage regulator to give a 5v dc voltage. An H-bridge to control the direction and speed of motor. Two optocouplers to prevent the microcontroller from damage by DC 9V fed to the motor. LCD showing the RPM with direction. 6
  • SOFTWARE WE USED ? ? ? KEIL programmer IDE SPI flash programmer 7
  • AT89S52 Atmel AT89S52 is a powerful microcontroller which provides a highly- flexible and cost-effective solution to many embedded control applications. It is programmable compatible with 8051 uc. 8
  • PIN DIAGRAM 9
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  • TOP VIEW OF OUR PROJECT 11
  • HARDWARE IMPLEMENTATION Transformer Full wave rectifier 7805 voltage regulator Dc motor Direction control through H bridge Speed control using PWM Speed measurement using IR SENSOR Comparator and potentiometer optoisolator LCD Circuit diagram of project 12
  • TRANSFORMER Centre tapped transformer. 9-0-9v at the output. Rating of 1A current. It is centre tapped to have both -ve and +ve half cycle of AC waveform to contribute to direct current. Transforming energy from circuit a to b by using mutual induction. TTL logic circuitry can not work on voltage of 220v so we are step down it to 9v 13
  • FULL WAVE RECTIFIER Converting both polarities of input ac voltage to one of the constant polarity at its output dc current. Yields a higher mean output voltage . Our circuitry can only work on dc voltage. 14
  • LM7805-VOLTAGE REGULATOR It has 5V Regulated output voltage. Input voltage range:- 5V-18V The voltage source in circuit may have fluctuation and would not give fixed output voltage. Pin1-input ,Pin2-ground, Pin3-output Heat sink is cooling device by dissipating heat into surrounding air to protect device from damage. 15
  • SPEED CONTROL USING PWM The speed of motor depends on three factors load , current , Voltage. By changing the width of pulse applied to DC motor we can change the amount of power delivered to motor, there by increasing or decreasing the speed . We create various duty cycle pulses using software. Large duty cycle,Higher width of pulse ,higher mean voltage,higher power delivered to motor and higher speed. Small duty cycle,Lower width of pulse,lower mean voltage ,lower speed. 16
  • SPEED MEASUREMENT USING IRSENSOR DC motor has white and black surface ,reflecting and non reflecting respectively. IR sensor has emitter (LED) and collector (photodiode). When light strikes black surface ,PN diode does not receive photon and when light strikes white surface ,PN diode receives photon. On receiving light from white surface comparator give input pulse to uc denoting one revolution. No receive of light from black surface ,comparator gives low pulse to uc denoting it is 17 rotating.
  • DIRECTION CONTROL THROUGHH BRIDGE 18
  • FLOW CHART 19
  • CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 20
  • HOW ? ? ? Transformer steps down 220V to 9-0-9V. Full wave rectifier converts the ac into dc. 7805 voltage regulator regulates the voltage to 5V, which is the operating voltage of our microcontroller. LCD is interfaced with microcontroller. IR sensor is used to count the RPM. It consists of an emitter and a receiver. The second input terminal of photodiode is connected to a comparator which is fed to the microcontroller. Crystal (12MHz) is used to generate a stable clock signal for the microcontroller. Duty cycle is varied so as to change the speed of motor. 21
  • HOW ? ? ? Pin 9 is used as the reset circuit pin. Optocoupler is used to prevent damage from 9V DC as the operating voltage of uc is only 5V. LEDS are used to indicate the supply, direction of rotation of motor & sensing the shiny surface on motor. There’s a shiny patch on motor wheel over which the reflection takes place everywhere else it would be absorbed (black) Code is burnt on the controller using SPI programmer. 22
  • DC MOTOR & IR SENSOR IR sensor Silvery patch 23 used for reflection
  • LCD PICTURES FROM OURPROJECT 24
  • APPLICATIONS To measure the rotating speed of disk or shaft. To show rate of rotation of engine crankshaft on cars ,aircrafts and other vehicles. To help the drivers in selecting appropriate throttle and gear settings for the driving conditions. To estimate traffic speed and volume flow in vehicles. In analog audio recording ,it is used to measure the speed of audiotape. 25
  • The main limitation of this project is that the IR sensor we areusing for measuring RPM needs to be kept very close (< 1 inch)to the moving object, hence its practical use can become a bitlimited. 26
  • The project we have made is less expensive and it can replacethe costly RPM measuring instruments. It can measure theRPM of any motor without any physical contact with it. It canalso display the rotator speed of any motor with the help ofmicrocontroller. It can measure the efficiency of any motor anddetermine which will be beneficial and better compatible withour system. It can also check whether any motor is properlyrunning or not .IR senor needs to be at a very close distancefrom the motor, we can make use of a sensor to increase itsrange. 27
  • AnyQueries ? ? ? 28