IoT Based Energy Efficient Smart Ceiling Fan for Home Automation
Ashwini Randive, Shivani Ghadage, Pratiksha Dhekale, Dhanraj Narsale
IoT, DHT11 sensor, ESP8266 Wi-Fi, Arduino, IR sensor and Remote.
In this paper, a design is proposed using temperature sensor for automation of fans using Arduino, NodeMCU with Internet of Things (IoT) for homes. Now a day there are various requirements of common man. IoT is going to play essential role in application such as smart home, industry, smart cities, etc. In this project, we are implementing smart fan module for controlling fan speed based on room temperature, and also making turn on or off fan by using IR Remote. The NodeMCU is connected to arduino. First it checks whether Wi-Fi connection is established or not. If Wi-Fi is connected then temperature of room can be sensed by using DHT11 temperature sensor that signal is given to NodeMCU. If temperature is low then fan will rotate slowly and if temperature is high then fan will be high. ESP8266 Wi-Fi shows the current status of project in the blynk app. If Wi-Fi is not connected then we can control fan by using IR Remote. Mosquito repeller circuit is also added in this project. The developed approach is benefited regarding preventing waste of energy when it is not hot enough to use a fan and assist the disabled people to switch on or off fan from their location.
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Unique Paper ID: 151825

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 1092 - 1096
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