IJMTES – DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF BUTTON OPERATED GEAR SHIFTING IN TWO WHEELERS USING WIPER MOTOR

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : Clement Jolly | Albert Marian V Alex | R Charles  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 05 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 65-67

Abstract – The main objective of this concept is to apply the gear in a two wheeler by using automation system. This is the new innovative model mainly used for the vehicles to control the vehicle. In this project we design the AUTOMATIC GEAR SHIFTING IN MOTOR CYCLE by using the electronic devices. The device we use is a wiper motor; the motor is controlled by using the microcontroller that is coded for controlling the motor, there are limiting switches that is used for the motor to revise its position. This is very useful for the gear changing mechanism in automobile vehicles. By using this we can easily control the vehicle and improve the performance of the vehicle also we can avoid the wear and tear of the gear.

Keywords— Gear Shift; Two wheeler; Wiper Motor 

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