Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Wireless communication that relies on data acquisition system including real-time monitoring of induction motor parameters
Rama Mishra and Dr E. Vijay Kumar
With MATLAB (Matrix Laboratory) software, an Arduino UNO and a Node Micro Controller Unit (Node MCU) Wi-Fi module are used in this paper to demonstrate techniques and procedures for wirelessly monitoring the parameters of a commonly used induction motor. The parameters that can be monitored using the methods described in this paper are current waveform, voltage waveform, temp (Celsius), rms value of both current and voltage, peak to peak value of current and voltage, power ratio, and magnitude spectrum of induction motor. The process of doing Motor Current Signature Analysis (MCSA) to evaluate motor health has been addressed in this study.
Induction motor, motor current signature analysis, MATLAB, magnitude spectrum
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