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UNarmed

Great work, looks very promising! Im curious however, how would it have to be altered to float the object above the electromagnet as opposed to below it?

sheldor94

how you set the PID value?

kmtn

It is not working. How do I tune the PID values?

Grieva

would someone be able to provide schematics and the component list too?

arduinoV

Hey guys,

I've been trying to implement this project at my university, but we are facing a nosy problem and because of it it's been really hard to control the system. We figured out that a FIR filter could possibly solve our problem. so there it goes.

Does someone know how my friends and I could add a FIR filter at this project ?


oh and of course, thanks a lot for sharing your project with us.

I hope somebody can help.

Best regards

nguyenkhanhtien

you can give you the detailed circuit about magnetic levitation and code it's. I wan do magnetic levitation system  one simple use Arduino.

AWOL

you can give you the detailed circuit about magnetic levitation and code it's. I wan do magnetic levitation system  one simple use Arduino.
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Marius_Elvenwood

Hi
I'm very excited to make this project!
Do you have a top-down photo of your circuit board and components? I'm not sure how to replicate it using the circuit diagram so perhaps a photo will help.
Cheers

alex27riva

Hi everyone, i want to make this project.

I tried this but doesn't work, maybe the coil i used is not good and i want to try with Arduino.
I already have an SS495A hall effect sensor.
What coil should i use?
Thanks.
Arduino UNO starter kit.

tautau123

What type of hall effect sensor do i need for this project ?

blimpyway


Chiggiboy

Guys I want some help ..can you give me information about the inductor like how much turn ? If you give me this information it is very helpful for me .

the_muck

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Oct 31, 2016, 06:36 pm Last Edit: Nov 02, 2016, 09:59 am by the_muck
Hallo,
i use 2333 Turns, ~100m 0,4mm wire with a ferrit rod inside. It need 0,04A@12V when the magnet is staple, 0,4A@12V when full powered -> so the coil resistance  is ~30ohm.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcYpK9xGT9o

But it need time to find out the right PID Values, setpoint and wight of the magnet ;). It is also important to have very stable 5V for the sensor ;)

Budvar10

Arduino clone with ATmega1284P   http://forum.arduino.cc/index.php?topic=277260.0

jona_xz

hello im a new research scholar can u please tell me the no of turns on your magnetic coil and thickness of the core

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