Energy Optimization using Smart Monitoring and Control for the Sustainable Home
Ajeetkumar Kulkarni, Dr. Ravishankar Dudhe
PLC, SCADA, Home Automation, Building Monitoring system. Load Monitoring. Smart Automated buildings.
In the present condition, we control the lights, Geysers, other home appliances manually. Many times, we forget to switch off the buttons which increases the electricity bill. In the home automation sector, intelligent household gadgets have been a research focus for how to make televisions, refrigerators, lighting, alarm sensors, and other home devices work efficiently and easily. Under such conditions, home appliances should not only function alone, but also in conjunction with other devices, i.e., they should be networked for easier management. The smart automated building concept entails a home/building automation system that is more energy efficient and has higher power quality. A home automation system connects all of the electrical gadgets in a house. So, we are automating it based on simulation software using PLC and SCADA. This paper focus on Simulation based Home automation solution, with automation we can turn on/off AC or geysers by controlling and monitoring the temperature of these equipment's, similarly we control lighting and other equipment’s which saves us the electricity bill and provides comfort. The programming of the various devices to be controlled is done on the PLC and then interfaced with the help of SCADA software. The paper objective is to fulfill all the levels of Home Automation such that; Monitoring is done by the SCADA software, Control of the devices can be done on the field as well as the SCADA software and the PLC programming module, Automation is achieved by simulation of the programmed devices, Data is recorded to observe the load consumption, This monitoring and controlling helps us save energy (electricity and water), and smart usage of electrical appliances are hence termed as smart home automation system
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Unique Paper ID: 155670

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

Page(s): 1432 - 1438
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