Contact less Tachometer Using Hall Effect Sensor
₹3,034 – ₹5,900
- Product Code:LGEE054
- Power supply: No battey included,includes DC adapter if required with the kit
- Full documentation,includes circuit diagram,PCB layout,power point presentation,testing document etc
- Video tutorial are available on YouTube, No separate CD will be provided
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This kit describes how to build a contact -less tachometer (device used to count the revolutions per minute of a rotating shaft) using 8051 microcontroller and a hall affect sensor. As the name implies, what makes this device special, is that it can very accurately measure the rotational speed of a shaft without even touching it. This is very interesting when making direct contact with the rotating shaft is not an option or will reduce the velocity of the shaft, giving faulty readings.
This device is built on an ATMEGA 168 microcontroller, an alpha-numeric LCD module and a Hall Effect sensor to detect the rotation of the shaft whose speed is being measured.
The idea behind most digital counting device and tachometers is a microcontroller, used to count the pulses coming from a sensor or any other electronic device. In the case of this tachometer, the counted pluses will come from Hall Effect sensor, which will detect any magnetic element passing in front of it, and thus, will give an output pulse for each and every rotation of the shaft, as show in the picture. Those pulses will be fed to the microcontroller and counted.
- Dimensions (cm) LxWxH: 30 x 30 X 15
- Weight (kg): 0.9