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pid dc motor controller using 8051 uc

Posted on 2006-06-10
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hi
       i have been trying toi design a PID dc motor controller using 8051 uc in assembly.it is essential to use 8051 and a pic cannot be used.can anyone help me in this regard.

                                               thanx
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by:PaulCaswell
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Hi mack123,

Post what you've got so far and tell us what does or doesnt work.

Paul
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by:mack123
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hi
         ok here goes.i m not using any timers or interupts.the two inputs from the shaft encoder of the motor are input to two pins.i m using polling and detecting the direction of the motion by usin the pulses from the shaft encoder.
     this much work fine but now the problems start.i cant implement a proper pwm algorithm.the motor just overshoots the required position .
   i tried doing it without pwm and it worked fine  but then i dont have anything to implement pid on.
 another problem  i facing is that as 8051 is a 8-bit microcontroller wat to do when my position couter exceeds
FFh.
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by:PaulCaswell
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I'm not familliar with PWM. Could you describe it for us.

Handling multi-byte numbers is quite easy. Each time you add to your counter, if the carry if set after the add, increment a second byte.

Paul
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by:mack123
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pwm-pulse width modulation
pulses are given to the motor and by tracking its position usin g the shaft encoder pwm is varied in such so that the motor turns and stops at a required position.
   i have to implement position control.
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PaulCaswell earned 195 total points
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Ah! Got it!

You are using the inputs to detect the direction of spin. Have you managed to measure the time between the two pulses? That sounds like a good step to take. After all, then we'd have two of the three letters of the acronym, the 'pulse width'. :-)

Paul
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