interfacing servo motor with 8051 using keil c

A servo motor uses servoG‚ mechanism, which is a closed loop mechanism that uses position feedback to control the precise angular position of the shaft. Stepper Motors, which is an open loop system can also be used for precise angular control. But Servo Motors are preferred in angular motion applications such as robotic arm. G‚Moreover controlling
interfacing servo motor with 8051 using keil c - schematic

of servo motors are very simple, easy and needs no extra hardware like stepper motor. Usually hobby circuit servo motors have three wires. Two of them are red and black which is used to give power to the motor and the third wire is used to provide control signal for angular position. It uses Pulse Width Modulated ( PWM ) waves as control signals. The angle of rotation is determined by the width of the pulse at the control pin. The servo motor used here is having angle of rotation from 0 to 180 degrees. We can control the exact angular position by varying the pulse betweenG‚1msG‚to 2ms. Before using this in your application, please refer the datasheet of your servo for angle and pulse width informations. 8MHz crystal is used to provide the required clock for 8051 microcontroller and 22pF capacitors are used to stabilize the operation of crystal. 10KG © resistor and 10G F capacitor is used to provide the required Power On Reset (POR) to the microcontroller. Control of Servo Motor is connected to first pin of Port 2. #include #include #include sbit motor_pin = P0; void Delay(unsigned int); void Delay_servo(unsigned int); void main() { motor_pin = 0; do { //Turn to 0 degree motor_pin = 1; Delay_servo(50); motor_pin = 0; Delay(1000); //Turn to 90 degree motor_pin=1; Delay_servo(82); motor_pin=0; Delay(1000); //Turn to 180 degree motor_pin=1; Delay_servo(110); motor_pin=0; Delay(1000); }while(1);...

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