hey guys, i am working on final year project for stabilizing 2 wheeler using gyro control system basically this includes 1 flywheel around 18 kg which is fixed on ball-bearings which rotates at 12000rpm max i was wondering if i could control the tilt angles of that motor. how can i do this using arduino? please suggest me on firstname.lastname@example.org
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You will have to give more information about what you want to achieve.
Do you want motors that can change the plane of rotation of the flywheel (which may require a lot of torque) or do you want motors that use the setting of the gyroscope to adjust something else? In either case the choice of a suitable motor (and gearbox ?) depends on the required torque.
How accurate does the movement need to be?
How many degrees of movement do you require?
I presume this is in the style of Cubli: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_6p-1J551Y
Controlling a motor at 10k rpm is just like controlling one at 100 rpm, if its a DC brushed motor. For brushless you'll have a controller already of some sort?
Basically you have a closed loop control system, typically a PID loop would do the feedback, presumably input is angle error and output is velocity control signal.