speed control with closed loop

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sudhakar.k

Joined Nov 10, 2011
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i have made a circuit that controls speed and direction of a pmdc motor using 89s52microcontroller now i need to make it a closed loop can some one help me with the code and circuit..
 

GetDeviceInfo

Joined Jun 7, 2009
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what's your choosen method of feedback. It's often much easier to implement a dedicated driver and just provide it the commands.
 

jimkeith

Joined Oct 26, 2011
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Here is a simple method that is well within the capability of the 8052 microcontroller without advanced peripherals.

Create an A-D converter for voltage feedback using a V-F converter scaled to: 100kHZ = full speed--I have used the Exar 4151 with good success, but not by using the circuit provided on the spec sheet. The sign bit (direction) is provided by a simple comparator that detects voltage polarity.

Establish a time base of 10mS--this provides a count of 1000 at full speed for a resolution of 0.1%. Now that may seem excessive resolution, but it is required to make a PI (proportional-Integral) loop work without being lumpy.

Count the oscillator with an external interrupt.

This will provide you something to start with--if you choose to go in this direction, I will rough out the V-F circuit for you.

Post a schem of your present hardware.
 
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