Wednesday, July 1, 2009

PWM DC motor control with SG3525


This control circuit is ideal for the accurate control of DC motors as well as other applications like lighting levels and small heaters etc. The circuit converts a DC voltage into series of pulses, such that the pulse duration is directly proportion to the value of the DC voltage. The great advantage of such a circuit is that almost no power is lost in the control circuit. This circuit protects against overload and short circuit, PWM range can be adjusted from 0-100%, PWM frequency is 100HZ-5KHZ adjustable. Operation voltage from +8V~ 35V, minimum current consumption is about 35mA. Maximum current can go up to 6.5A. Efficiency better than 90% at full load. The functions of three trim pots are as follow: VR1: setting the minimum output voltage VR3: setting the maximum output voltage VR2: setting the output frequency.

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