ARDUINO BASED TACHOMETER

Code 199 ARDUINO BASED TACHOMETER

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The main objective of this project is to avoid physical contact between the motor shaft and tachometer by using a non-contact tachometer in order to make it convinient, while measuring the speed of aBLDC motor.Also using standard contact type tachometer may not feasible in some applications.

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Description

The main objective of this project is to avoid physical contact between the motor shaft and tachometer by using a non-contact tachometer in order to make it convinient, while measuring the speed of aBLDC motor.Also using standard contact type tachometer may not feasible in some applications.

The proposed system uses a arduino and a rectified-power supply. An IR transmitter and a photodiode is connected to the controller for measuring the speed of the BLDC motor. A LCD display is interfaced to the arduino controller for displaying the speed information.

This project uses IR light reflection principles. A white patch is mounted on the shaft of the motor. A pair of sensors (Transmitter and receiver) are used to develop a pulse for each reflection that sends an interrupt to the arduino controller. The timer of the controller calculates each pulse received in a particular time intervaland displays the same as RPM (speed) on theLCD display.

The concept of the contact-less tachometer can be enhanced and implemented in the bikes, cars for speed measurement.And thus, the usage of the traditional analog speedometer could be avoided in future.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • The main objective of this project is to avoid physical contact between the motor shaft
  • The proposed system uses a arduino and a rectified-power supply.
  • This project uses IR light reflection principles.
  • A LCD display is interfaced to the arduino controller for displaying the speed information.

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HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS

  • Arduino
  • LCD display
  • Motor
  • LM393
  • IR sensor
  • Transformer

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS

  • Arduino
  • Eagle

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2 reviews for ARDUINO BASED TACHOMETER

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dhanaji tate

    This project is a good project.Thank you ELECTROSAL for helping me

  2. 5 out of 5

    Amruta Lohar

    I have Order Do it Yourself kit of SOLAR BASED UPS project. The project having One ready made kit and another one PCB and their required components. So, i have got a great Experience. And also Practical Knowledge about this project. The Documentations clear all my Doubts and also video call support from the electrosal team.

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