Igniting transistor to control three-phase alternating current motor servo

Syafruddin Rustam, Andrew Ghea Mahardika, Givy Devira Ramady, Arif Rakhman, Rahmad Hidayat, Muchamad Sobri Sungkar


The background of research try to use an open loop system, without feedback, by building torque in the target position. Theoretical basis manages the turning round of servo motor change direct currents to alternating currents by adjusting the rate input used. Methodology in simple terms, the flowchart of code processing from igniting transistors to managing the turning round of a three-phase alternating current (AC) servo motor. The result of the transistor ignition time with room phasor pulse width modulation (PWM) to set the ignition of a three-phase AC servo motor in the process of igniting as ordered, for manage position only igniting transistors in target position, and building torque at there. Discussion, igniting transistors to manage the turning round of servo motors, allows motion of servo motor, allows motion of servo motor to be added faster, accurately, soft, and steady. In conclusion, in this case the researcher uses it more specifically by turning on the transistor only at the target position, so that the torque generated is only at the target position, the servo motor motion from the start position immediately ends at the target position. Suggestions, this system igniting can be applied at a motion high-velocity system like a missile system controlled.


controlled; igniting; position; rate; torque;

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.12928/telkomnika.v22i3.25458


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