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Volume 298, 2019International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2019)
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|Published online||18 November 2019|
To the question of constructing measuring devices based on fluxgate sensors
Department of Computer Control Systems of «MSTU «STANKIN», 127055 Moscow, Russia
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The article discusses the issues of feeding fluxgates from compact, low-power generators built on AND-NOT logic elements. The frequency of such generators depends on the magnitude of the measured magnetic field strength. This gives reason to consider the possibility of using frequency as a useful signal. The article discusses the issues of feeding fluxgates from compact, low-power generators built on AND-NOT logic elements. The frequency of such generators depends on the magnitude of the measured magnetic field strength. This gives reason to consider the possibility of using frequency as a useful signal. The article proposes to use modulated rectangular voltage pulses, that is, pulses with high-frequency filling, to power a fluxgate. Then, under the influence of the measured magnetic field, the filling frequency changes, according to which the magnitude of the intensity is determined, and the frequency of the modulating voltage corresponding to the passport frequency of the fluxgate remains constant. In this case, it becomes possible to increase the deviation of the filling frequency due to the use of the released output winding of the fluxgate as an additional element of the generator. It was also experimentally established that in order to increase the voltage on the excitation winding of the fluxgate and, as a consequence, to increase its sensitivity, it is advisable to power through the D-trigger, which makes it possible to obtain bipolar voltage on the excitation winding. In addition, it is necessary to use resonance phenomena (at the frequency of the modeling voltage) in the serial circuit “connecting capacitors - excitation coil of a fluxgate”, which allows increasing the voltage on the excitation winding without increasing the voltage of the power source.
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