PT Module DC Or AC Voltage Sensing Module Arduino Ac voltage Sensor Module

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You can measure line ac voltages or dc voltage of dc sources like a battery or power supply using this PT Module DC Or AC Voltage Sensing Module Arduino Ac Voltage Sensor Module.

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Features Of DC AC Voltage Sensor Module :

  • Ac voltage range= 0 to 275
  • DC Voltage range= 0 to 100
  • This circuit has 3 possibilities of use.
  • Dc voltage Sensing
  • Ac voltage Sensing using Detecting Peak Value of Rectified and filtered sine wave.
  • AC Voltage Sensing using Clamping Method And Peak Detecting Without Filtering.

Specifications DC AC Voltage Sensor Module:

  1. PCB board size: 3 inch x 2 inch
  2. Rated Input Current: 10mA
  3. Retardation (rated input): “20′ (input 2mA, sampling resistance 100Ω)
  4. The linear range: 0 ~ 300V
  5. Isolation voltage: 1000V
  6. Operating temperature: -40 ° C- + 70 ° C

  • Dc voltage Sensing
  • This circuit has two options, 100V input sensing or 25 voltage sensing. It's a very simple circuit, all you need to select your range using jumper and calibration after burning example code in Arduino. This is just a divider circuit. This circuit divides input volts by 10 and gives it to your Arduino. So if Arduino is reading 2.5v, that's means input is 2.5*10 volts. It's a linear and stable circuit with a noise filtering section in it.

    2 AC voltage Sensing using Peak Detecting of Rectified and filtered sine wave.

    • There is no need to power up this section, it just gives a ready-to-use signal for the microcontroller to measure. The only difference between this circuit and the previous is the rectification section.
    • This section converts input AC voltage to DC and gives this voltage to the voltage divider section.
    • AC Voltage Sensing using Clamping Method And Peak Detecting Without Filtering.
  • In this circuit, we are clamping the sine wave and adjusting zero degrees of the sine wave to vcc/2 of the microcontroller power supply.
  • This way we get a complete sine wave even without losing 0.7v across diodes.
  • In this board, we can measure and monitor complete sine wave, either there is noise in the sine wave, surge, or power fail.
  • There is no delay of data, but its microcontroller programmer responsibility to write software for this board, We have given a basic program of Arduino to work for this section, it works nicely for voltage measurement.
  • Onboard precision clamp circuit, the signal for precise sampling.
  • Can be measured within the 275V AC voltage corresponding to the analog output can be adjusted
  • Only one section can be used at a time, DC voltage measurement, or AC voltage measurement also only 1 circuit can be used at a time while measuring AC voltage because the ground is different between both sections.

    /* By Irfan Ahmad*/ ////////////////////////////////////////////// void setup() { Serial.begin(9600); } ////////////////////////////////////////////// void loop() {// float DC_Voltage=analogRead(A0);DC_Voltage= map(DC_Voltage, 0, 1023, 0, 500); DC_Voltage=DC_Voltage/10; Serial.print(“Dc_Voltage=”); Serial.println(DC_Voltage); // for dc volt float Ac_Voltage=read_using_dc_voltage_peack(); Serial.print(“Ac_Voltage=”); Serial.println(Ac_Voltage); // for ac volt using simple method // float Ac_Voltages=read_using_sine_wave();if(Ac_Voltages<0) Ac_Voltages=0; Serial.print(“Ac_Voltage=”); Serial.println(Ac_Voltages); // for ac volt using sine wave.delay(50); // delay in between reads for stability } /////////////////////////////////////////////// float read_using_dc_voltage_peack() { return(( map(read_peak(A0), 0, 1023, 0, 500))*0.707); } ///////////////////////////////////////////////// float read_using_sine_wave() { return((map(read_peak(A0), 0, 1023, 0, 1000))-500)*0.707; } ///////////////////////// unsigned long read_peak(int pin) // this function gives peak value of voltage on selected pin { int temp,j; unsigned long x=0; for( j=0;j<510;j++) { temp= analogRead(pin); if(temp>x) x=temp; delayMicroseconds(50); } return x; }

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