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Speed Control of Induction Motor Using ARDUINO

By Y. V. Niranjan Kumar, P. Hima Bindu, A. Divya Sneha, A. Sravani and Engg Tech Nellore India

Abstract

Abstract — Induction motors are the most widely used motors for appliances, industrial control and automation. However there arises a problem in voltage levels, which affects the speed of induction motor. As the voltage (V) is directly proportional to speed (N), we need to control the stator voltage which controls the speed proportionally. In this Paper a novel Open loop phase control method is developed by coding a program using ARDUINO software in which ARDUINO controller takes input from the user and generates firing pulses for the TRIAC which controls the speed of the Induction motor. The total process is executed with the help of an ARDUINO controller kit where ARDUINO and Tera-Term softwares are used for Micro Controller and for serial monitor. This results in variable speed control of Induction motor

Topics: Speed, Pulses, ARDUINO controller, Induction Motor.etc
Year: 2014
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