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  • GSM Based Industrial Automation

  • Created: Jan 28, 2014

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Industrial Automation require various control systems used for operating industrial equipment such as machineries, boilers and other applications with minimal human intervention. This design is just one of many control systems but enhanced since it is designed to be integrated with GSM technology in which the industrial equipment can be controlled anywhere by sending a message.


Analog-to-digital converters, transistors arrays, and high current drivers are used for the communication between the P89v51RD2 microcontroller and industrial equipment. The GSM modem serves as a controlling device for this designed circuit which also provides the communication between the mobile device and the industrial equipment. The PCA9530D is an external indicator driver which is also used for direct monitoring of the industrial equipment.


GSM modems, microcontrollers, and industrial equipment drivers are less expensive than other control system components as in addition to being time-efficient. The system can transfer data in milli to nanoseconds which is more efficient compared to an analog or manual control system. It only needs a small amount of energy for the system to operate.

5 Comments


axe

can you please explain the specific application of this project

Posted: Mar 18, 2015


Freescale Semi

Hi Axe, the design is applicable to motor control that is common to manufacturing industries. It can start or stop a motor with a single text msg or simple call remotely where internet or data connections is not possible. It is also suitable to commercial and residential applications that you can control or monitor your home appliance remotely.

Posted: Apr 13, 2015


Kaleab

I'm feeling impressed

Posted: Aug 01, 2015


vinay

how may i implement it on pcb

Posted: Feb 08, 2016


NXP

Good day Vinay, maybe you can start to separate the part which has motors and put intact the MCU's with the other electronic parts.

Posted: Apr 05, 2016