The point of the project is to outline a programmed temperature based fan control system that controls the speed of the fan. On the off chance that the temperature expands the speed of the fan additionally increments, and the temperature diminishes the speed of the fan likewise diminishes.

Mechanizing the on/off condition of a fan is valuable from numerous points of view it keeps the misuse of vitality when it’s not sufficiently hot for a fan to be required; it additionally makes it conceivable to screen situations that are not happy, or conceivable, for people to screen, particularly for broadened timeframes.

By interfacing a temperature sensor to a PolyBlock in Compare Mode, it’s very easy to turn on a fan when the incentive from the temperature sensor surpasses a given edge. Associating the fundamental segments for a Temperature Controlled Fan is clear. The thought is that the temperature sensor delivers a voltage that is corresponding to the temperature in degrees.

The project comprises of a microcontroller a temperature sensor ADC DC motored fan and a DC engine driver, the temperature sensor ADC and a DC engine driver are interfaced to the microcontroller. At the point when the framework is exchanged on the microcontroller empowers every one of its peripherals and begins perusing the information from the ADC and contrasts those qualities and the set predefined esteems if the temperature esteem surpasses the set predefined esteems then the microcontroller works the DC engine driver to expand the driving ebb and flow of the engine in order to build the speed and abatement the driving ebb and flow when temperature diminishes this shows the ADC esteems are straightforwardly corresponding driving ebb and flow of the DC engine, the DC engine driver is thusly associated with the DC engine.

In this way, we outline a temperature based microcontroller worked DC fan control.

Block Diagram of Temperature Based DC Fan Control System


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