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Designed The Wien Bridge Oscillator

For Sensor Applications In Signal


Conditioner Conductivity
Kelik Fazar Hadi Saputro
Electrical Engineering Department,
Faculty of Engineering,
Al-Azhar Indonesia University,
Jl.Sisingamangaraja, Jakarta 12110
Tel. +6221 7244456, fax. 7244767
email: kelikfazar@gmail.com
OUTLINES

INTRODUCTION
RESEARCH METHODS
RESULTS
CONCLUSION
REFERENCE
INTRODUCTION
Signal generator or oscillator is a circuit that serves to generate a periodic signal
output / specific frequency only with the help of unidirectional source / DC.
Application in a very wide electronic system for example on radio, television, wireless
devices, all of which require the generation of radar signals. Often, the choice of the
characteristics of a sensor to the input variables are limited, so it needed a signal
conditioning. Signal conditioning function is to convert the signal into a form
corresponding to that required to interface
RESEARCH METHODS
the authors designed a wien bridge oscillator for applications in sensor signal
conditioner conductivity using Proteus 8 professional software and proceed with
the design protoboard, PCB, Potentiometer 1k, 2 diodes, resistors 5, each have 10k
voltage, 2 capacitors for 0.22u, a 12V power supply, and two op-amp is LM324 and
LM741. the design is done in accordance with predetermined specifications.
RESULTS
signal conditioning or signal conditioning means of
manipulating the signal so that the signal
characteristics according to process requirements.
This element is useful to condition the output of the
sensor which can be further processed. Several
treatments are used to condition the signals, among
other things, strengthening (reinforcement), and
filtering.
RESULTS

We can see where a potentiometer is changed to 0%,


then the signal will be a square. Because it is a prefix
of the output signal issued on 8 proteus professional
oscilloscope.
RESULTS

Meanwhile, when the potentiometer is changed to


50%, the output of the signal will be sinusoidal.
RESULTS

If the potentiometer is changed to 100%, then the output


signal will only be a straight line
CONCLUSION
Wien bridge oscillator can generate frequencies in the form of a sine wave
with no input. The resulting frequency is obtained through the RC circuit as
feeddback, so if the component R or C changed it will affect the frequencies.
For this circuit the magnitude of R and C are arranged so that the output
frequency of at least 1 KHz. Because when less than 1 KHz, it will cause the
circuit to become unstable, consequently becomes inaccurate readings and
timeless. To form a sine wave is completely smooth, then every time the
measurement it must be ensured variable resistor in a state of zero, then a
little semi slightly rotated so that its gain = 1, and the amplitude becomes
constant.
REFERENCE
[1] http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/oscillator/wien_bridge.html
[2] http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/150931/how-to-
calculate-the-amplitude-of-a-wien-bridge-oscillator.
[3] http://sim.okawa-denshi.jp/en/CRtool.php
[4] http://yogambote.blogspot.co.id/2015/12/pengkondisi-sinyal.html
[5] Fuada syifaul https://www.researchgate.net/publication/285200367
[6] http://www.electronics-lab.com/
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