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Title: 1.3: Remote AC/DC Voltage and Current Sensor Node


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1.3 Remote AC/DC Voltage and Current Sensor Node
  • Sponsored By Freescale
  • Sponsor Kevin Kemp
  • Faculty Advisor William Stapleton

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Team Members
Vinh Diep Project Manager Embedded Systems
Engineer I
Francisco Saavedra Test Engineer Embedded
Systems Engineer II
Matthew Bringhurst Design Engineer
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Todays Presentation Covers
  • Motivation
  • Description of Project
  • Roles Responsibilities
  • Progress
  • Plans for 2nd semester

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Systems Modeling and Renewable Technology (SMART)
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Remote AC/DC Voltage and Current Sensor Node
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Project Motivation
  • The problem
  • Wired Systems
  • Expensive
  • No complete system in place
  • Why is this important?
  • Remote monitoring
  • Affordable
  • Wireless reduces cost improves safety

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Sponsor Motivation
  • Why Freescale?
  • Continued collaboration between Freescale and
    Texas State University
  • Develop a prototype and demonstrate functionality
    using Freescale development tools (Kinetis KW24
    TOWER board etc.).

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Project Overview
  • Project Goals
  • Create Low powered Sensing Node
  • Capture both AC/DC Voltages and Currents
  • Wirelessly transmit processed data to the
    Proximetry Cloud Server
  • Updates values every 15 seconds

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Project Overview
  • Project Goals
  • Create Low powered Sensing Node
  • Capture both AC/DC Voltages and Currents
  • Wirelessly transmit processed data to the
    Proximetry Cloud Server
  • Updates values every 15 seconds

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Project Overview
  • Project Goals
  • Create Low powered Sensing Node
  • Capture both AC/DC Voltages and Currents
  • Wirelessly transmit processed data to the
    Proximetry Cloud Server
  • Updates values every 15 seconds

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Project Overview
  • Project Goals
  • Create Low powered Sensing Node
  • Capture both AC/DC Voltages and Currents
  • Wirelessly transmit processed data to the
    Proximetry Cloud Server
  • Updates values every 15 seconds

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Project Overview
  • Project Goals
  • Create Low powered Sensing Node
  • Capture both AC/DC Voltages and Currents
  • Wirelessly transmit processed data to the
    Proximetry Cloud Server
  • Updates values every 15 seconds

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Device Connection Example 1
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Device Connection Example 2
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Project Overview
  • Stretch Goals
  • Powered by Solar/Wind Turbine
  • Auto-range capabilities
  • Single PCB Design

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Project Overview
  • Stretch Goals
  • Powered by Solar/Wind Turbine
  • Auto-range capabilities
  • Single PCB Design

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Project Overview
  • Stretch Goals
  • Powered by Solar/Wind Turbine
  • Auto-range capabilities
  • Single PCB Design

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Project Overview
  • Stretch Goals
  • Powered by Solar/Wind Turbine
  • Auto-range capabilities
  • Single PCB Design

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Why this is a Good Senior Design Project
  • Designing this sensor node
  • Embedded Systems/IDEs
  • Wireless Communications
  • Analog Circuit Design
  • Systems Integrations
  • High Voltages and Current
  • Power considerations
  • Solar Panels and Wind Turbines

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Project Manager Responsibilities
  • Team Member Vinh Diep
  • Communicate project progress with our Freescale
    sponsor and our instructor
  • Analog to Digital Conversion and processing
  • Integration of analog circuit design with MCU

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Roles and Responsibilities
  • Team Member Matthew Bringhurst
  • Designing and testing analog circuit design
  • Simulations on SPICE
  • Component Selection
  • Prototyping the analog circuit design

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Major Milestones
  • Test Plan 02/15/2016
  • Characterization Report 04/04/2016
  • Final Design Review 04/11/2016
  • Final Report 04/25/2016
  • Senior Design Day Presentation 05/03/2016

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Project Deliverables
  • Voltage sensing node capable of capturing up to
    300 Vpeak AC and 300 V DC.
  • Current sensing node capable of capturing up to
    50 Apeak AC and 50 A DC.
  • AC Voltage and Current output in True RMS.

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Constraints
  • Minimize cost
  • Low power consumption
  • Battery Powered
  • Inputs to microprocessor ADC require
    conditioning
  • 1 available differential ADC channel on MKW24

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Standards
  • UL 1569 - Standard for Metal-Clad Cables
  • UL 61010-031 - Safety Requirements for
    Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control and
    Laboratory Use

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Roles and Responsibilities
  • Team Member Francisco Saavedra
  • Establish communication between MCU and
    Proximetry
  • Solar Panel and Wind Turbine Test
  • Test cases and error handling

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Challenges Concerns
  • Safety
  • High voltage/Current Appropriate precautions to
    prevent excess voltage and current
  • Predicting performance in environmental
    conditions
  • Rain, temperature, wind, pressures, etc.
  • 3 phase on Wind Turbine

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Project Progress
  • Research completed
  • Methods for Voltage and Current sensor design
  • Simulations Completed for
  • Preliminary analog circuit designs
  • Parts procured
  • Solar Panels, Wind Turbines
  • KW24 Tower Boards, IAR Workbench
  • Components ( Shunt resistors, resistors,
    capacitors, Voltage regulators , batteries,
    battery clips, operational amplifiers), cables

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2nd Semester Tasks
  • Tasks Planned for the Completion of the project
  • Build analog circuit and test
  • Design firmware for the device
  • Integrate analog circuit with microcontroller
  • Set up communication between MCU and Proximetry
  • Test device and error handling

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