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Sensors 2008, 8(3), 1977-1983; https://doi.org/10.3390/s8031977

Hardware and Software of a Bipolar Current Source Controlled by PC

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Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, ZB 32, 19210 Bor, Serbia
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University of Belgrade, Technical faculty of Bor, VJ 12, 19210 Bor, Serbia
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Received: 10 March 2008 / Accepted: 20 March 2008 / Published: 22 March 2008
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This paper describes a realization of a bipolar current source developed by the paper's authors. The source is intended for use in galvanic and other industrial plants, where a pulse-reverse current supply (with the desired shape in time) is required. A prototype of the device, which provides the outcome current intensity up to ± 50 A, has been constructed. The hardware of the source consists of a Pentium IV PC, a commercial ADDA converter, an interface of authors’ original construction as well as a current regulator. The application software is developed using a commercial packet LabView as the basis. View Full-Text
Keywords: Bipolar current source; interface; hardware; application software; PC control. Bipolar current source; interface; hardware; application software; PC control.
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Milivojević, D.; Stević, Z.; Rajčić-Vujasinović, M. Hardware and Software of a Bipolar Current Source Controlled by PC. Sensors 2008, 8, 1977-1983.

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