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This paper shows how the INTEL © D8751H microcontroller can be used to control the motion of a DC-Gearmotor. One advantage of this design is that does not require external memory RAM/EPROM to perform the control of the motor. A precision potentiometer and an analog-to-digital converter (ADC) are used to measure the motor angular position. The ADC is driven by the ALE signal from the microcontroller; therefore an external signal clock is not required. In order to implement a discrete-time PI controller and a discrete-time filter, specific libraries were designed. Moreover, other libraries based on micro C® compiler, has been modified. Finally, experimental results show a good performance of the embedded system.
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Hernández-Rosales, C., Femat, R., Ruiz-Velázquez, E., & Solís-PeralesG. (2005). A standard microcontroller based discrete-time PI for controlling the motion of a DC-gearmotor. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 3(01). https://doi.org/10.22201/icat.16656423.2005.3.01.567