Radio Controlled Dc Motor

Project code:- E30 Project Cost:- INR:- Rs. 9000/- USD:- 225$

Radio controlled DC motor project is Available in one Angle, two Angle, three Angle.

Radio Controlled Dc Motor 2 angle  Block Diagram

INEXPENSIVE d.c. motors are often used by model-makers, not only for model locomotives and racing cars but in robots of all kinds. They may also be used for driving non-mobile models . This project controls a small 6V d.c.motor, but can be used for 12V or higher voltage d.c. motors as well. The circuit controls both the speed and the direction of the motor. There is a wide range of cheap low-voltage motors available.

Radio Controlled Dc Motor Receiver Block Diagram  Block Diagram

Radio Controlled Dc Motor Transmitter Block Diagram  Block Diagram

, running at maximum no-load speeds ranging from 3600 r.p.m. to 18,000 r.p.m. or more. Torque may be anything between 3g-cm for the cheaper versions and over 60g-cm for the slightly more expensive motors. Many applications require slower speeds with correspondingly greater torque, and there are several different plastic gearboxes available for the model maker to use. There are also motor-driven devices such as cooling fans and water pumps that can be controlled
by this project. It is possible to control the speed of a motor by simply wiring a resistor in series with it. Apart from the inefficiency of such a system, there is the need for a heavy-duty variable resistor (potentiometer). A typical d.c. motor requires several hundred milliamps to drive it. If the motor is taking, say, 300mA and the variable resistor is dropping, say, 3V, the power dissipated in the resistor is 0•9W. The typical variable potentiometer is rated at only 0•25W, so something much more robust isrequired, costing three or more times as much.Another factor is that motors do not run well on less than their full rated voltage. They fail to start turning when current is switched on and have a tendency to stall when extra load is applied.
We all know that ac motors are normally constant speed motors Vriable speed ac drives uses very complex circuitory because the ac motor speed is varied by the frequency variation.and is not quite easy.
Stepper motor gives calculated angle of rotation they take number of steps in one revolution they canot be stopped inbetween the step. Also they are not constant running motors their use is limited to the area where you wanted a calculated steps to be taken such as priners, plotters, and other similar applications.
Dc motors are widely used in industry where wide range of variable speed is required.
Their application area is very wide : textile , petrochemical, medical electronics,consumer electronics, submarines,aircrafts, military equipments,setallites vehicles, rockets, trains,trams, non pollution vehicles,cars, robotics and the list is non ending. In a nut shell where a precission speed control is required, dc motor is required.

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