DEVELOPING A SMART CONTROL SYSTEM OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES BY COMPUTER INTERFACING
The use of computer interfacing systems for controlling the device is spreading at an increasingly fast pace, with analogous wired
system being substituted by computer interfaced systems alternatives in growing number of industries. As the technology progress
many control system have been developed ranging from high end stuff to our common daily life. The main objective of this
project is to develop a roadmap on communication and control technologies for distributed electrical equipments. Equipments
located at any remote place can be monitored and controlled. The process is mainly to communicate between the two remote
controlling device and setup connection between devices which are to be controlled. The main hallmark is to get access to the
controlling section from any distance location in a convenient way and supervising the system accordingly. The speciality of this
project is that the operator will able to control different devices at home/industry by using a single PC. An added advantage of this
control system is that the operator will able to know the status of the device to be controlled from a remote place. Here, the
algorithm of controlling any kind of electrical equipments is developed. The speeds of a DC motor are controlled as a test case and
also monitor the voltage and current during different speed level of the motor.
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