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  1. muhammad tehmaas hasan

    muhammad tehmaas hasan

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    hello friends
    i want to make my course project i.e wireless elevator. the core components are.

    - 12 volt dc gear motor. with high torque
    - transmitter and receiver of a four way remote control car.

    FUNCTION OF THE ELEVATOR:-

    The function of the elevator is just to move up and down. i want to control by using the remote of the wireless car.

    COMPONENTS THAT COULD BE USED TO MAKE ITS CIRCUIT:-

    I want to use a h-bridge l298.
    or a simple relay circuit will do the job.(attached in this mail).



    now i want to design a circuit to move the elevator up and down using above mentioned components.
    here use of any type of micro controller is not good because i have not used and studied them yet. so kindly guide me how can i make this project
    in a simple way.
    if any more simpler way could be implemented over here would be lovely.

    all the necessary files are attached have a comprehensive look and kindly explain me in detail that how can i make this project. if any particular component you mention in your explanation kindly tell the model number and other required details.
     

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    Last edited: Jul 2, 2011
  2. KMoffett

    KMoffett

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    Jan 21, 2009
    1. How much current does the gear motor draw...the maximum current starting-up under load or stalled?
    2. Do you have a schematic of the wireless receiver?

    I've made short-range (~3 meters) wireless switches with the little ZipZap car remotes. The attached is how I changed the 1.5v output of the small receiver PCB in the car to a 5V logic level. With two of the outputs (B/F motor or L/R steering) you could drive an H-bridge to control the motor for up-down-stop.

    Ken
     

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  3. muhammad tehmaas hasan

    muhammad tehmaas hasan

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    Jul 2, 2011
    wireless elevator.

    yes you are right i have to check that how much current the motor is drawing for my respective load.

    i will soon give you exact detail

    tehmaas
     
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