LABORATORY STAND FOR REMOTE CONTROL REALIZED ON THE MICROCONTROLLER ARDUINO

Aleksandr Federov, Sona Mangasaryan, Sergei Loginov

Abstract


In this article a research principle of remote control of direct current motor with independent excitation is considered. For studying this problem a laboratory stand was made. This project is realized on the microcontroller Arduino. The feature of this stand is the fact that the student needn’t be in a university lab, because the stand is designed for remote control through the Internet. Students can see a scheme of the stand on the monitor of their computers and control it by our program. The advantages of this project are: - The increase security for students, the safety of the laboratory stand. - More accuracy when reading motor parameters. The results of this work can be used not only for studying, but also for practical use at factories in the future.

Keywords


microcontroller Arduino; laboratory stand; remote control

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17770/het2016.20.3553

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