Desarrollo del sistema de control para el compresor Campbell Hausfeld de 40 hp del Sena-Astin
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Universidad Autónoma de Occidente
The institutional internship conducted at Sena Astin was given in order to solve a problem found in the CAMPBELL HAUSFELD Compressor. Your control card, being damaged and unable to obtain in the country, request the development of a new control system in order to achieve the start-up of the compressor. The control system and the implementation for the start-up of the compressor, select a couple of stages that can be observed throughout the document, these stages are made up of a planning, design, verification and finally a start-up, this with the in order to have a correct methodology for the development of the project. In order to determine the most optimal development of the system, they studied microcontrollers with which they achieve the correct functioning of the compressor, in addition to complying with the requirements established by the Seine, among which is the economy of the same. The microcontrollers studied were: PLC, Arduino, Raspberry and Pic. Based on a selection matrix (QFD), the most important metric for the project is defined and with the matrix to evaluate concepts, the Arduino was chosen in conjunction with the raspberry. The Arduino as master, which controls the data of the sensed variables (pressure and temperature), in addition to controlling the outputs and inputs of the compressor; The raspberry will work as a slave, will take the data of the variables and through an interface will provide a real-time display of the data, in addition to warning when it finds a fault in the compressor. Finally, the wiring is implemented in the control and power board, in order to perform tests with the compressor, this in order to identify possible failures, once the failures are identified and verification tests are carried out, the compressor is left in line with plants that require compressed air.
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