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Nowrot Andrzej (Silesian University of Technology, Poland), Solecka Barbara (Silesian University of Technology, Poland)
Application of Arduino Module to Research in Surface Physics
Multidisciplinary Aspects of Production Engineering, 2018, vol. 1, s. 295-300, rys., tab., bibliogr. 9 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Maszyny i urządzenia, Fizyka
Machinery and equipment, Physics
streszcz., summ.
During the semiconductor or graphene wafers surface were investigated, the Arduino module was applied to control the impact point of the laser beam. While the pulse signal of laser beam impacts to surface selected material and the material is exposed to enough strong magnetic field, the photomagnetoelectric effect takes place. This causes the electrical signal in the measurement coil, which is connected to amplifiers. The paper presents application of Arduino UNO module to control the position in two dimensions (in the XY plane) of investigated silicon or graphene wafers while the photomagnetoelectric effect is measuring. The Arduino drive (through the integrated circuit with power transistors) the steps and shift of a dedicated table with a sample situated at the top of the table. Constructed equipment, based on Arduino board, allows for one step size of 1.25 μm in X-axis and Yaxis, and in effect, the each square millimeter contains 640000 measurement points. We are able also to modify the Arduino program for motors controller any moment. Moreover, it is also possible to apply the obtain method to investigate another semiconductor materials. The commercially available similar devices don't have all need functions and they are incomparably more expensive. (original abstract)
Pełny tekst
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