Tuesday, 23 December 2014

How to Make PWM Project

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We Need:
  • 4148 Diodes (2)
  • 2 pin SIL (2)
  • IC 555 (1)
  • Resistor 10K (1)
  • Resistor 1K (1)
  • 100n Capacitor (1)
  • 10n Capacitor (1)
  • BD139 (1)
  • VR 100K (1), find the '104' one
  • Copper Board
Note: For the capacitor value, you can read with this table above.

Analyzing Circuit

Picture of Analyzing Circuit
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The Real World Note:
  • There are 2 jumping wires, you should connect them!
If you are still confusing, please comment!

Make the PCB

This is the tutorial for beginner. How to Make PCB(Printed Circuit Boad)
Download the pattern in the fourth step!
We Need:
  • Copper Board fo PCB (1)
  • Ferric Chloride
  • Laserjet Pinter (1)
  • Photo Paper (1)
  • Cutter (1)
  • Ironing (1)
  • Water
  • Useless plastic box (1)
  • Sandpaper (1)
  • Mini Drill
Steps:
  • Looking for artwork that fit with real world
  • Print the artwork on photo paper with laserjet printer
  • Cut and start to iron the printed pattern on the copper board(for PCB) note: sand your copper board before you do this!
  • Iron approximately 12 minutes in high temperature
  • After that, wait until cold and dip in water approximately 5 minutes
  • Remove all of the the paper, make sure nothing is left behind(the paper, not the pattern one)
  • Now, you can see the pattern sticks on the board
  • Cut your board until it fit with your pattern
  • Prepare the plastic box and fill it with a little water in it
  • combine it with a little ferric chloride and wait until they react each other
  • Put your PCB board and shake it slowly
  • The ferri chlorde should eat the copper and left your pattern!
  • Viola!, now you can see the copper shaping like your pattern
  • Drill your PCB, and finish!

The PCB Artwork

this is using Circuit Wizard software file
Download the software: Circuit Wizard

Troubleshooting

The mistake usually i do when i'm doing this:
  • The component isn't match with the circuit board
  • I 'always' forget adding the jumper wires
  • The voltage input too high/ too low, the high voltage will make your circuit broke
  • Didn't check the + and -
  • The motor voltage isn't match with the input
  • This isn't compatible for led or similar
That is all!

Application

PWM used for controlling the motor speed maybe for fan, or attach it to your robot?
Thanks for Circuit Wizard!



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