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Single-phase 1-kilowatt AC Motor Drive

Three-mode design: integral-cycle switching, phase-cut trailing, or phase-cut leading edge.

Single-phase 1-kilowatt AC Motor Drive
This low-cost and easy to build drive is designed to control AC motors typically found in household appliances and other equipment like electric tools. The drive presented here does a good job using an MCU running software to match different AC load types like inductive and capacitive. The proposed hardware is capable of driving loads of up to 1 kW. Thanks to the hardware being designed with adaptability in mind, the motor drive’s interface can be tailored and enhanced to suit many personal requirements.
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Component List

photo 191142-014-94

Power electronics board, no. 150199-1

 

Resistors

R1 = 47kΩ 5%, 3W

R2,R4 = 10kΩ 5%, 250mW, 250V

R3 = 1kΩ 5%, 250mW, 250V

R5 = 2.2kΩ 5%, 2W

R6 = 560Ω 5%, 5W

 

Capacitors

C1,C2 = 470µF, 50V

C3,C4 = 0.22µF, 630VDC, MPET

 

Semiconductors

B1,B2,B3 = DB107, 1000V, 1A bridge rectifier

B4 = KBPC3510, 1kV, 35A bridge rectifier

D1 = 1N4007-T

D2 = 1N4742A, 12V, 1W zener diode

IC1,IC2 = PC817X3NSZ1B optocoupler

T1 = BC547B

T2 = STW26NM60N, 20A, 600V, N-Channel MOSFET

 

Miscellaneous

K1,K3 = 6-way (2x3) boxheader

K2 = 2-way PCB screw terminal block, 0.3’’ (7.62mm) pitch

K4 = 3-way PCB screw terminal block, 0.3’’ (7.62mm) pitch

HS1 = TO-247 heatsink type WV-T247-101E

HS2 = heatsink type 658-60ABT1E (incl. adhesive film)

F1 = 6A(T) (time delay; slow blow), 5x20mm

PCB mount fuse holder, 5x20mm, with cover

RE1 = G2R-14-DC12 (Omron)

TR1 = Power transformer, 2 x 12V, 200 mA, 230V primary, myrra type 44327, Farnell # 1214601

VR1 = V25S275P varistor, 275VAC 470J, 700V clamp, 25mm pitch

PCB 150199-1 v.1.5 from Elektor Store

Component List

2 photos!

191142-015-94 and 191142-018-94

 

MCU board, no. 150199-2

 

Resistors

R1-R7 = 4.7kΩ 5%, 250mW, 250V

R8,R9,R10 = 1kΩ 5%, 250mW, 250V

R11 = 3.3kΩ 5%, 250mW, 250V

R12 = 10kΩ 5%, 250mW, 250V

 

Capacitors

C1,C2,C3,C8-C11 = 0.1µF, 50V

C4,C5,C6 = 10µF 50V, electrolytic

C7 = 1µF 50V, electrolytic

 

Semiconductors

IC1 = MC7805CTG

IC2 = PIC18F45K22-E/P, programmed, no. 150199-41 from Elektor Store

 

Miscellaneous

K1,K3 = 6-way (2x3) boxheader

K2 = 6-way SIL pinheader, 0.1’’ pitch

LCD1 = 0.96'' OLED display module, I2C, from Elektor Store, SKU 18747

ENC1 = rotary encoder with pushbutton, Alps EC12E2424407

40-way DIP IC socket, 0.1’’ pitch

Length of 6-way flatcable and 4 IDC connectors for K1,K3 board interconnections

PCB 150199-2 v. 1.5 from Elektor Store

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