Circuit for speech recognition

Discussion in 'Electrical Forum discussion & Blog' started by saathis, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. saathis

    saathis New Member

    Jan 26, 2011
    Kuantan, Malaysia
    Hi Friends,

    I'm here final year student doing E-Speech Door Access System. I'm implementing the prototype in visual studio 2008. How to convert the wave file from the system into magnetic lock through circuit. I really blur in this part. Any 1 can help me? Thank you.... :(
  2. jimbo

    jimbo Plumber

    Aug 31, 2004
    San Diego
    The door access could be controlled by a standard electric strike.

    Note the power supply options for this are 12, 16, or 24 volts, AC or DC. You get the power supply from AdamsRite, then all you have to do on your end is provide a single pole switching function to activate the strike. Once you have decoded the voice in your system, one of your elec.engr. buddies can easily give you a power swiching circuit.
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  4. jadnashua

    jadnashua Retired Defense Industry Engineer xxx

    Sep 2, 2004
    Retired Systems engineer for defense industry.
    New England
    Essentially, your logic voice decoder would need to output to probably a port that could then drive a logic switch. this switch would then activate the lock solonoid. Getting the drive current and voltage proper is the key problem, as a solonoid can require a fair amount of inrush current so a relay may be best. The relay contacts (could be solid state) need to hold up to the solonoid's power requirements. If the solonoid doesn't have a built-in delay, you'd want to add that logic to the switch driver so the person trying to enter has a chance to open the door before it locks again.
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