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need driven motor by 8051

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diver143

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need driven motor circuit by the car battery 12vdc.

that is a

Car motor's window

useing the 8051

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Do you need variable speed, overcurrent detection, both sens of rotation?
 

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no just up and down

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The simplest way is to use 2 relays each with 1 NO and 1 NC contacts. The relays are driven by the 8051 using optocouplers follow by a npn transistor(my option). The power schematic is
V+ --- R1NO --- Motor---- R2NC - gnd
gnd -- R1NC--| |---R2NO - V+
If you close relay1, motor will rotate one sense. Closing relay2 will rotate the other sense
Another option is to use instead of relays 4 power transistors (or 2 transistor and 2 diodes) in a H configuration.
Fuses are necessary to be use.
 

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THANK YOU SO MUCH.

I'LL SEE :lol:
 

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You can use transistor bridge and drive it by digital ports.

______________________ +12
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PNP PNP
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-------(M)---------
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NPN NPN
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-------------------------
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--- GND

If u need to chane a speed use just PWM and that's it.

Lm
 

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Sorry,
drawwing by chars does not work as I expected.

Transistors T1 and T2 have to switched on at the same time for one direction. To change direction in oposit way T3 and T$ have to be switched on at the same time.

Do not forget to use PWM if u want to control speed

Lm
 

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Hi
You can use L293 or L272 for smaller motors
Take a look at www.st.com for applications and data sheets,
also Allegro and NJRC for integrated components.

bye 8)
 

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