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Instructors Prof. Dragan Maksimovic, email@example.com, ECOT346 Daniel Seltzer, firstname.lastname@example.org TA’s: Andrew Cowley, email@example.com Jeries Shihadeh, Jeries.Shihadeh@Colorado.EDU Jonathan Greco, Jonathan.Greco@Colorado.EDU Darius Nazemi, Darius.Nazemi@colorado.edu ECEN 2270 Electronics Design Laboratory 2 Meeting times • Lectures: Monday 12‐12:50pm ECEE1B32 • Lab Section 021: 10:30‐12:20 TTh ECEE 281 • Lab Section 022: 10:30‐12:20 TTh ECEE 282 ECEN 2270 Electronics Design Laboratory 3 Outline • • • • • Lab overview Course details from the website Meeting times, sections Organization Introduction to Lab 1 ECEN 2270 Electronics Design Laboratory 4 Lab Overview Motor Driver Circuit Wireless Transmitter Circuit Wireless Receiver Circuit Electric Motor • • • • • • Robot Control Circuit Motor Driver Circuit Electric Motor Lab 1: Lab equipment, circuit prototyping, de‐bugging and simulations Lab 2: Speed sensor & Robot DC motor characterization Lab 3: Motor drive and speed control circuits Lab 4: Microcontroller based speed and position control Lab 5: Robot remote control Lab 6: Final Project ECEN 2270 Electronics Design Laboratory
Spotters Guide Class Full Name (First/Last) No. Vehicle Year/Make/Model/Color H1 Kevin Gale 25 1990 Troyer Modified/Black + Gold H1 Doug Valliere 26 1967 Sunbeam Tiger/Red H1 Sherman Baumann 36 2010 Buffalo Racing mod lite/blue H1 Drew Young 62 1971 Datsun PL 510/orange/silver H1 Arthur Heath 78 Chevrolet Cavalier Mod./Blue H1 Charles King Sr. 178 1999 Chevrolet Silverado/white H1 Jamie Melhuish 317 1994 Smart Performance Toyota WSR/Red and white H1 Ted Theodore 881 2004 Westfield Megabusa/Red H2 Slim Bryant 23 1989 Porsche 944/Orange H2 Bill Hudson 24 1979 Chevrolet camaro/black H2 Arlo Cota 45 2005 Subaru STI/WHITE & BLUE H2 William Washburn 74 1989 Nissan 240RS14 Maxi/Blue H2 Pascal Belperron 164 1985 Saab 900 SPG/Black H2 Duane Foley 212 1971 Opel Ascona/Silver / Black H2 Larson Schultz 350 1997 Volkswagen Jetta/Green H2 Nick Grabau 445 1992 BMW M3/Red H2 Justin Carven 501 1999 Volkswagen Golf/Blue H2 Stephen Jones 702 2001 Volkswagen Golf/Green H2 Brian Goss 927 1983 Porsche 928/Black H3 Kurt Thiel 8 1995 Mazda Miata/Orange H3 Robby Smolinski Jr. 15 Volkswagen Golf/Red H3 Dave Valliere 18 1990 Mazda Miata/blue H3 Timothy Mather 20 1991 Nissan Sentra SE/Black H3 Dave Patten 21 1971 Datsun 510/Yellow/Orange H3 Walter Clark 33 1986 Volkswagen GTI/Black H3 Todd McAfee 40 1983 Mazda RX-7/Black H3 kevin dennis 42 1981 Volkswagen rabbit/grey H3 Randy Hale 83 2009 Mazda MX5/White/blue H3 Brian Dennis 89 1970 Triumph Spitfire/white H3 Robert Raposo 93 Dodge Neon/Black H3 John Hart 174 1981 Volkswagen Scirocco S/Mars Red H3 Anthony Ruddy 186 1988 Honda CRX Si/White H3 John Stevens 214 1987 Mazda RX-7/gold H3 Roy Hopkins 411 1969 BMW 2002/all H4 Lincoln Bates 11 2004 Subaru Impreza STI/Blue H4 Douglas Hoar 46 2004 Subaru WRX sti/blue H4 Don Taylor 88 1990 Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX/Blue H4 Allan Dennis 96 2004 Subaru WRX STI/Black H4 Donald Kennedy 931 1993 Subaru Impreza/Aqua Frost
Specifications Body 4-Door or 5-Door wide-body designs, 5-passenger Engine Horizontally opposed (Boxer), turbocharged/intercooled Block Specially reinforced die-cast aluminum with integral cast iron cylinder liners, five main bearings, semi-closed deck cylinder design Cylinders 4 Displacement 2,457 cc (150 cu. in.) Bore x Stroke 99.5 x 79 mm (3.92 x 3.11 in.) Heads/Valvetrain Aluminum alloy cylinder heads with double overhead belt-driven camshafts (DOHC), four valves per cylinder, Subaru Dual Active Valve Control System (DAVCS) variable valve timing (operates on intake and exhaust valves) Compression ratio 8.2:1 Fuel/Induction Aluminum alloy intake manifold, sequential multi-port fuel injection (MFI), electronic throttle control (ETC) system, high-boost turbocharger, cross-flow intercooler Max. boost pressure 760 mmHg / 14.7 PSI Horsepower 305 hp @ 6,000 rpm Torque 290 lb.-ft. @ 4,000 rpm Ignition Direct with iridium-tipped spark plugs Emission control Bin 5 Tier 2-Federal (EPA) / LEV2-California Fuel requirement 91 AKI minimum Symmetrical All-Wheel Drive with Driver Control Center Differential (DCCD) featuring three performance modes and six driver-selectable differential locking settings; mechanical and electronically controlled limited-slip center differential; helical limited-slip front differential and TORSEN® limited-slip rear differential (sensor inputs include steering angle, throttle position, RPM, lateral g, yaw, brake, ABS and wheel speed) All-Wheel Drive Stability system Multi-mode Vehicle Dynamics Control (VDC) stability and traction control system 6-speed manual transmission Transmission Gear ratios 1 2 3 4 5 6 R Final drive 3.636 2.235 1.521 1.137 0.971 0.756 3.333 3.90 Unitized body construction with Ring-Shaped Reinforcement Frame structure; high-tensile steel reinforcements at key structural and suspension-mounting locations ...
DRIVEWAY ALARM Provides driveway monitoring for home, property or workplace. Standard Features ■ Electromagnetic technology detects vehicles entering and exiting driveway and alerts you with an indoor chime. ■ Up to 400’ range from indoor receiver to driveway sensor/transmitter. ■ Does not detect people or animals, eliminating false signals. ■ Transmitter requires 2 “AA” batteries (not included). Lithium alkaline AA batteries are recommended for extreme climates (hot or cold). ■ Ideal for monitoring parked boats, RVs, motorcycles, etc. ■ 12 Month Warranty. New Advanced Detection Design... ■ ■ features Sensitivity Adjustment (3´–12´radius) that reduces false signals caused by neighboring traffic. eliminates false signals due to extreme changes in temperature. ■ includes adjustable dip switches for “cross talk” protection. ■ professional grade in-ground electromagnetic sensor detection technology. ACCESS CONTROLS www.mightymule.com —RECEIVER Up to 400 foot range from transmitter to receiver Senses vehicles and large moving metal objects within a 12 foot radius —TRANSMITTER —SENSOR
Wireless Motion Alert 2500 2500’ range*. . . . . . . . DCMA-2500 • $189.99 Includes one transmitter and one receiver The DCMA-2500 is a feature filled wireless motion detector/ receiver kit with a ½ mile* radio range. The motion detecting sensor operates on one 9-volt battery (not included) and will detect a person or vehicle passing by out to about 50 feet. The sensor will then send a signal back to the receiver up to ½ mile away. The DCMA-2500 kit can be used by homeowners and business owners alike as a driveway alarm, entrance alert, back yard monitor, etc. Installation is very quick and simple, and it can be done by virtually anyone. The DCR-2500 is the receiver for the DCMA-2500 system. The receiver has four form “C” relay outputs and one 12VDC output. The output durations are adjustable up to 10 minutes. The receiver will play one of four different tunes that are selected at the transmitter so that different zones can be distinguished. The receiver is powered by a 12VDC transformer. The receiver also offers a 5 minute exit delay so you can leave the house without disturbing any occupants as well as a reminder beep and counter function. DCMT Operating Range: -30oF to 120oF *Actual range will vary depending on the local terrain. DCR Note: Our 2500 Series products are only compatible with other 2500 Series products. Extra Transmitter for DCMA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DCMT-2500 • $119.99 Extra wireless transmitters can be used in other locations; for example, a second drive, other buildings, backyard, etc. Extra Receiver for DCMA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DCR-2500 • $79.99 The receivers can be placed in other buildings or locations, and will each sound at the same time.
To maintain compliance with the FCC’s RF exposure guidelines, this transmitter and its antenna must maintain a separation distance of at least 2 inches (5 centimeters) from your body while transmitting. This transmitter must have the antenna connected while operating. Failure to connect the antenna can cause damage to the radio. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules, Operation of this device is subject to the following conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Thank you for your purchase of this Dakota Alert product. The MURS Alert transmitter is a passive infrared (PIR) detector that can be used to detect people, vehicles or large animals at selected locations. The PIR sensor will detect movement of objects up to 80 feet in front of the transmitter box. When a person, vehicle or large animal is detected, the MURS Alert will transmit a signal. When an target is detected by the MURS Alert, an alert signal will be sent to the M538-HT or M538-BS MURS radio. (See page 4 for more information about alerts)...
This is the safety alert symbol. It is used to alert you to potential personal injury hazards. Obey all safety messages that follow this symbol to avoid possible injury or death. Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury. Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury. Addresses practices not related to personal injury. Read all safety warnings and instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury. Save all warnings and instructions for future reference. 1. Position batteries in proper polarity and do not install batteries of different types, charge levels, or capacities together. 5. Replacement parts and accessories. When servicing, use only identical replacement parts. Use of any other parts will void the warranty. 2. Keep installation area clean. Cluttered areas invite accidents. 6. Keep children away. Mount the Sensor and Receiver out of children’s reach. 3. Observe installation area conditions. Keep work area well lit during installation. 7. Dress properly. Protective, electrically non-conductive clothes and nonskid footwear are recommended when working with 4. Check for damaged parts. Before the Alert System. Wear restrictive using any product, any part that appears hair covering to contain long hair. damaged should be carefully checked to determine that it will operate properly 8. Use eye protection. Wear ANSIand perform its intended function.