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DC motor and angle control.

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angle control using small dc motors

if anyone can help me so i will be glad so much.how can i control angle in dc motor?in my robot arms there are 5 dc motors and there are 5 feedback cable.if it could be servo so i could do it easily.but i must servo control with dc motor.i want to use pic16f877 microcontroller.please anyones help me.thank all of
 

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hai its
not clear that what u want
1.hardware schematic ?
2.software?
3.block diagram?
easy to impliment fuzzy logic controller with the said thing.
 

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For each motor You can use a dc driver and interface it to the micro
 

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You can use a cascaded control loop using a RST control algorithm to control the position of the motor shaft.
This method will give you a very good precision but it may take some time.
 

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all right, this work i done, i design and control arm robot usign DC motor, the best using servo motor, i used AVR family, i used a MCU for a motor, MCU control motor via H-bridge and feedback encoder, u can choose Fuzzy or PID method to control angle !! good luck !!
 

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