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markpaul13

Hi, I'm a student from the Philippines and I'm trying to create an automated pitching machine for my undergraduate project.

I'm wondering if someone can help me.

I am planning to control the speed of the 90v dc motor and make it change speeds at least 5 times then loopback. is this possible to do or Arduino cannot do this?

Please help me  :)

detown

Need a little more information.
How many amps is the motor?
What kind of motor controller do you have?
Please supply a link to the data sheets for these items.
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zoomkat

You might look for an H-bridge that can handle 90v.
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gilshultz

I would look at companies like Siemens, Allan Bradly and many others for a motor controller that can be controlled with a PLC (Programmable Logic Controller). You can use the arduino to replace the PLC and the dangerous part with the 90V is taken care of safely.  You can also talk to them and give them the motor specifications and what you are trying to do. This response is to help you get started in solving your problem, not solve it for you.
Good Luck & Have Fun!
Gil

zoomkat

Depending on the power needed from the motor, you might consider a motor of a lower operating voltage, maybe a car or truck starter motor. A AC washing machine motor might be an option if its speed can be controlled via a triac type motor speed controller.
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