The Construction of a Rotation Acquisition System using Arduino and Scada Supervisory Software
Keywords:Arduino,, Data acquisition, Circular Movement Uniform, Supervisory system
This work presents the development and implementation of a System for Acquisition of Rotations composed of an open-source Arduino electronic prototyping platform and a Supervision and Data Acquisition System (SCADA). This system obtains instantaneous values for frequency, linear velocity, and angular velocity, and the graphical representation of said instantaneous values is in real-time. Thus, the proposed system is a mediator of learning for the teaching of Circular Movement Uniform, with theoretical/practical interaction essential in classes for understanding the content.
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