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This is my circuit schematic. It’s a bit large so you might want to expand it: Explanation of the circuit: It has a sort of “Load selector” because since the current transformer is a current supply I can change the voltage range by changing the load resistor. (I’m using a 120R120 ohm for measuring >15 AmpsA and 1K1 kohm for measuring <1 AmpA)

The problem comes with the real circuit. I had designed and built the PCB for the shown circuit. The resulting output signals were expected. The zero-crossing signal from the current and voltage transformers had a 10mS10 ms HIGH and 10mS10 ms LOW logic levels, this means a 20mS20 ms period signal, thus 50 Hz signal; seems PERFECT! But, when I tried to measure the middle of the positive half cycle the results were not as expected, on the other hand the results on the simulated circuit were ideal, steady output numbers. On the real circuit the ADC measurements were “oscillating”, this might imply that the middle of the zero-crossing signal doesn’t point to the peak of the original signal.

This is my circuit schematic. It’s a bit large so you might want to expand it: Explanation of the circuit: It has a sort of “Load selector” because since the current transformer is a current supply I can change the voltage range by changing the load resistor. (I’m using a 120R for measuring >15 Amps and 1K for measuring <1 Amp)

The problem comes with the real circuit. I had designed and built the PCB for the shown circuit. The resulting output signals were expected. The zero-crossing signal from the current and voltage transformers had a 10mS HIGH and 10mS LOW logic levels, this means a 20mS period signal, thus 50 Hz signal; seems PERFECT! But, when I tried to measure the middle of the positive half cycle the results were not as expected, on the other hand the results on the simulated circuit were ideal, steady output numbers. On the real circuit the ADC measurements were “oscillating”, this might imply that the middle of the zero-crossing signal doesn’t point to the peak of the original signal.

This is my circuit schematic. It’s a bit large so you might want to expand it: Explanation of the circuit: It has a sort of “Load selector” because since the current transformer is a current supply I can change the voltage range by changing the load resistor. (I’m using a 120 ohm for measuring >15 A and 1 kohm for measuring <1 A)

The problem comes with the real circuit. I had designed and built the PCB for the shown circuit. The resulting output signals were expected. The zero-crossing signal from the current and voltage transformers had a 10 ms HIGH and 10 ms LOW logic levels, this means a 20 ms period signal, thus 50 Hz signal; seems PERFECT! But, when I tried to measure the middle of the positive half cycle the results were not as expected, on the other hand the results on the simulated circuit were ideal, steady output numbers. On the real circuit the ADC measurements were “oscillating”, this might imply that the middle of the zero-crossing signal doesn’t point to the peak of the original signal.

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# Introduction

I have a project about measuring the voltage, current and power factor of an electrical system. I had designed a system that allows the microcontroller to measure the peak of an AC with DC offset signal. The whole system relies on making an ADC conversion right on the middle of the half positive cycle of the signal. I have two AC with DC offset signals, one that comes from a current transformer and other from a voltage transformer. When I finally got both ADC measurements I can calculate how much is the actual voltage, current flowing through the system, and the power factor between signals.

This is my circuit schematic. It’s a bit large so you might want to expand it: Explanation of the circuit: It has a sort of “Load selector” because since the current transformer is a current supply I can change the voltage range by changing the load resistor. (I’m using a 120R for measuring >15 Amps and 1K for measuring <1 Amp)

I’ve simulated the whole circuit on VSM Proteus and the results were flawless. I can correctly measure voltage, current and power factor with my microcontroller.

# The problem

The problem comes with the real circuit. I had designed and built the PCB for the shown circuit. The resulting output signals were expected. The zero-crossing signal from the current and voltage transformers had a 10mS HIGH and 10mS LOW logic levels, this means a 20mS period signal, thus 50 Hz signal; seems PERFECT! But, when I tried to measure the middle of the positive half cycle the results were not as expected, on the other hand the results on the simulated circuit were ideal, steady output numbers. On the real circuit the ADC measurements were “oscillating”, this might imply that the middle of the zero-crossing signal doesn’t point to the peak of the original signal.

### Simulated results:

2.869-1.696-2.874-2.874-2.874-2.874-2.874-2.874-2.874-2.874-1.701-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.874-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-1.701-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-1.706-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879-2.879

### Real results:

2.801-1.740-2.400-3.182-2.278-1.686-2.776-3.089-1.940-2.053-3.079-2.581-1.730- 2.527-3.196-2.136-1.706-2.933-2.898-2.019-2.248-3.177-2.351-1.691-2.674-3.167-2.297-1.887- 3.065-2.708-1.716-2.444-3.148-2.239-1.696-2.835-3.040-1.926-2.414-3.099-2.522-1.691-2.615- 3.187-2.107-1.730-2.957-2.889-1.799-2.283-3.148-2.341-1.691-2.698-3.143-2.058-1.916-3.030- 2.796-1.711-2.468-3.177-2.239-1.716-2.845-3.025-1.916-2.107-3.104-2.498-1.691-2.576-3.172

Thanks for reading, any hint on this would help me! If you need more information just ask. P.S: I'm not a native speaker so feel free to correct any grammar errors.