### Katz.PWModulation History

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&#8232;Student will know how to calculate Watts from amps and volts.
&#8232;Student will learn to control simple DC motors including their speed and direction using an HBridge.
&#8232;Student will learn to control Stepper Motors, and Hobby Servos.
&#8232;Student will learn about Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)&#8232;Student will integrate motors into a project. &#8232;Student will learn to consider types of movement as an aesthetic parameter.&#8232;&#8232;
Tutorials&#8232;:
*Transistor control of a motor https://falcon.tamucc.edu/~wiki/uploads/Katz/arduinoandmotor.gif
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* Student will know how to calculate Watts from amps and volts.
* Student will learn to control simple DC motors including their speed and direction using an HBridge.
* Student will learn to control Stepper Motors, and Hobby Servos.
* Student will learn about Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)&#8232;Student will integrate motors into a project. &#8232;Student will learn to consider types of movement as an aesthetic parameter.&#8232;&#8232;
Tutorials:
* Transistor control of a motor https://falcon.tamucc.edu/~wiki/uploads/Katz/arduinoandmotor.gif
* Servo Motors&#8232;&#8232;
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*H-Bridge wiring diagram. &#8232;Ohms Law refresh, determining current, sizing fuses.
* law applied to simple LED circuits.&#8232;
*PWM - pulse width modulation for servos and and H Bridges. Apparent voltage for motors compensating for the HBridge and PWM.
*&#8232;Speed control&#8232;
*Introduction to capacitance and inductance.
*flyback diodes
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* H-Bridge wiring diagram. &#8232;Ohms Law refresh, determining current, sizing fuses.
* law applied to simple LED circuits.&#8232;
* PWM - pulse width modulation for servos and and H Bridges. Apparent voltage for motors compensating for the HBridge and PWM.
* Speed control
* Introduction to capacitance and inductance.
* flyback diodes
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*H-Bridge &#8232;See if you can figure out how to set up the H-Bridge and get it working with the helpsheets online, if you can't it is certainly OK to get help, but figuring it out yourself will provide a greater reward. The H-Bridge and two motors will be provided.&#8232; Warnings and help will be given to prevent the board from burning out.&#8232;
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* H-Bridge &#8232;See if you can figure out how to set up the H-Bridge and get it working with the helpsheets online, if you can't it is certainly OK to get help, but figuring it out yourself will provide a greater reward. The H-Bridge and two motors will be provided.&#8232; Warnings and help will be given to prevent the board from burning out.&#8232;
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#Learn to use a hobby servo. Demonstrate this in class.
#Learn to use a stepper motor. Demonstrate this in class. Stepper motors will be available. &#8232;&#8232;
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# Learn to use a hobby servo. Demonstrate this in class.
# Learn to use a stepper motor. Demonstrate this in class. Stepper motors will be available. &#8232;&#8232;
PWM (pulse width modulation and H Bridge, motors. (this might get changed to a motor shield)

Student Learning Outcomes&#8232;:
*Student will learn how to pick a fuse for a simple circuit.
&#8232;Student will know how to calculate Watts from amps and volts.
&#8232;Student will learn to control simple DC motors including their speed and direction using an HBridge.
&#8232;Student will learn to control Stepper Motors, and Hobby Servos.
&#8232;Student will learn about Pulse Width Modulation (PWM)&#8232;Student will integrate motors into a project. &#8232;Student will learn to consider types of movement as an aesthetic parameter.&#8232;&#8232;
Tutorials&#8232;:
*Transistor control of a motor https://falcon.tamucc.edu/~wiki/uploads/Katz/arduinoandmotor.gif

Lectures, Demonstrations&#8232;&#8232;:
*H-Bridge wiring diagram. &#8232;Ohms Law refresh, determining current, sizing fuses.
* law applied to simple LED circuits.&#8232;
*PWM - pulse width modulation for servos and and H Bridges. Apparent voltage for motors compensating for the HBridge and PWM.
*&#8232;Speed control&#8232;
*Introduction to capacitance and inductance.
*flyback diodes

Exercises:
*H-Bridge &#8232;See if you can figure out how to set up the H-Bridge and get it working with the helpsheets online, if you can't it is certainly OK to get help, but figuring it out yourself will provide a greater reward. The H-Bridge and two motors will be provided.&#8232; Warnings and help will be given to prevent the board from burning out.&#8232;

# Learn to control speed and direction of your DC motors. Demonstrate this in class
#Learn to use a hobby servo. Demonstrate this in class.
#Learn to use a stepper motor. Demonstrate this in class. Stepper motors will be available. &#8232;&#8232;
is no project for H-Bridge, just the demonstrations. Turn in your code for all three exercises.