The client needed a tool that would control the
operation of the brush motor with a voltage from 12 to 24 volts DC. At the same
time, the driver was based on MCU STM32.
DataObrii came up with a solution by which the
engine was controlled via the computer’s serial port. Maximum load currents were
22 amps at 12 volts and 44 amps at 24 volts. The driver also had the
opportunity to monitor the motor temperature, short circuit current and the
maximum operating current of the motor. The temperature of the driver itself
was also controlled.
If the limits were exceeded, a warning signal
was issued to the computer and it was possible to block the operation of the
entire device to prevent damage to the elements.
RESULTS & ADVANTAGES
Operation Controller introduced a new level of precision and safety to our
client's motor-driven applications. With the ability to regulate voltage,
monitor current and temperature, and issue warnings when necessary, this
solution effectively prevented potential damage and costly downtime.
implementing this advanced control and monitoring system, the customer
optimized their operations, minimized maintenance costs, and ensured the
consistent performance of their motor-driven devices.