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  CIRCUIT IDEAS 88 ã AUGUST 2008 ã   ELECTRONICS FOR YOU WWW.EFYMAG.COM   R.G. THIAGARAJ KUMAR AND P. KASI RAJAN THREE-PHASE APPLIANCE PROTECTOR  S.C.  D W I V E D I M any of our costly appliances require three-phase AC sup-ply for operation. Failure of any of the phases makes the appli-ance prone to erratic functioning and may even lead to failure. Hence it is of paramount importance to moni-tor the availability of the three-phase supply and switch off the appliance in the event of failure of one or two phases. The power to the appliance should resume with the availability of all phases of the supply with certain time delay in order to avoid surges and momentary fuctuations. The complete circuit of a three-phase appliance protector is described here. It requires three-phase supply, three 12V relays and a timer IC NE555 along with 230V coil contactor having four poles.Relays RL1 and RL2 act as a sensing devices for phases Y and B, respectively. These relays are connected such that each acts as an enabling device for the subsequent relay. Therefore the combination of the relays forms a logical AND gate connected serially.The availability of phase R en-ergises relay RL1 and its normally-opened (N/O) contacts close to connect phase Y to the input of transformer X2. The availability of phase Y energises relay RL2 and its N/O contacts close to connect phase B to the input of transformer X3, thus applying a triggering input to timer IC NE555 (IC1).Therefore the delay timer built around NE555 triggers only when all the phases (R, Y and B) are avail-able. It provides a delay of approxi-mately four seconds, which energises relay RL3 and its N/O contact closes to connect the line to the energising coil of four-pole contactor relay RL4. Contactor RL4 closes to ensure the availability of the three-phase sup-ply to the appliance. The rating of contactor RL4 can be selected according to the full-load cur-rent rating of the appliances. Here the contact current rating of the four-pole contactor is up to 32A. The availability of phases R, Y and B is monitored by appropriate LEDs connected across the secondary windings of transform-ers X1, X2 and X3, respectively. Hence this circuit does not require a separate Visit www.deekshith.in for more unique project ideas and circuitshttp://www.deekshith.in/search/label/Projects :Visit for more unique project ideas and circui  CIRCUIT IDEAS ELECTRONICS FOR YOU ã AUGUST 2008 ã   89 WWW.EFYMAG.COM indicator lamp for monitoring the availability of the three phases. When phase R is available, LED1 glows. When phase Y is available, LED2 glows. When phase B is available, LED3 glows.The main advantage of this protec-tor circuit is that it protects three-phase appliances from failure of any of the mounted on the backside of cabinet. Connect the appliance through exter-nal wires. Caution.   To avoid the risk of elec-tric shock, ensure that AC mains is disconnected during assembly of the circuit and double check everything before connecting your circuit to the mains.  phases by disconnecting the power supply through the contactor and automatically restores the three-phase supply to the appliance (with reason-able time delay) when all the phases are available.Assemble the circuit on a gen-eral-purpose PCB and enclose in a cabinet with the relays and contactor Visit www.deekshith.in for more unique project ideas and circuitshttp://www.deekshith.in/search/label/Projects :Visit for more unique project ideas and circui  Get this   project done! Get the Document + PPT + KIT Are you interested in doing this project either as  your college (mini / major) project or as your hobby? We can help you out. We can provide you with all the documents including documentation, PPT, etc that you need as a student to present this project at your college. Also, if you are in need of the hardware kit for this project, we can provide it to you at a cheaper cost and in little time. Contact:  http://deekshith.in/p/contact.html  Email: dkh.hyd@gmail.com Facebook:  http://facebook.com/deekshithallamaneni  Phone: +919441921293 (Local to Hyderabad, India) Visit www.deekshith.in for more unique project ideas and circuitshttp://www.deekshith.in/search/label/Projects :Visit for more unique project ideas and circuits

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