Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Microcontroller Based Industrial Motor Speed Control

Microcontroller Based Industrial Motor Speed Control


The main of this project work is to carry on detailed research and design construction, development, control, and evaluation of a microcontroller-based industrial motor speed control, which main and chief control is the AT89S52 microcontroller unit that is introduced here as “intelligent technology” using the pulse width modulation (PWM) controlling principle to the control of speed in an industrial motor in co-operating with analog circuit and output digital display. Indicates the lowest to the highest speed clapping by Clapping or SPO to SP5. This project presented to technological way out tomorrow by the usage of microcontroller industrial motor speed control, which will be of great benefit to industrial motor speed stimulation and control. The microcontroller-based Industrial motor speed control programs that monitor through pulse width modulation (PWM) automatically switch the speed to low and high through controller drivers and the motor.


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