Analog Clock Automation
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What You Need to Know Before Design
- DIGITAL INPUT
- DIGITAL OUTPUT
- HIGH GATE
- BINARY FLAG
- BINARY REGISTER
- SYMETRIC PULSE GENERATOR
- TIMER OUTPUT RELAY
- WORD COMPARATOR
- UP/DOWN COUNTER
- Adding a Line Label
- A two-armed system is designed to make a circular motion connected to the center.
- The system produces a one-second trigger every six degrees. The process will be repeated in sixty steps.
- The second and minute hands will move 600 milliseconds each on the trigger.
- The hour hand will move five hundred milliseconds every ten minutes. In this way, the clock dial movement within sixty minutes will be carried out gradually.
- The system that will return to the beginning in 12 hours will be realized. The motors that rotate the wheels are stepping motors.
- In the system, the input DI0 is the input of the step motor.
- Second hand remains high for 600ms on each trigger (DO0).
- The output of the minute stepper motor is triggered at intervals of 60 seconds (DO1).
- The stepper motor of hour hand is triggered for 500 ms every 10 minutes (DO2). At the end of 60 minutes, the clock dial will progress gradually to one unit.
- When the system is energized, it starts to work automatically.
- If it does not start, it is started with start button.