Smart Systems: Development of a Sustainable Eco-Friendly, Efficient, Automated Portable Lighting Source
Amit Sehgal, Sukhbinder Singh Rait, Namrata Dewan Soni, P K Singh
LED Lighting, Renewable energy, Solar energy
The aim of the present work is to develop a Solar LED (Light Emitting Diode) bulb with optimized output performance for long hours of operation. The prototype designed is based on integration of the current solar power conversion, energy storage, and solid-state lighting technologies coupled with open-source embedded control into a single accessible unit. Different parts of world are still challenged by the 24 hours of availability of electrical energy; the primary source of inspiration is the need to provide an environmentally clean alternate lighting source for those areas. The module designed is sustainable for its durability and longevity in terms of components used in it. The concept visualized was to design a self-contained single unit consisting of the solar conversion module, energy storage module, control electronics and the solid-state illumination source. The unit has automated control for charging and discharging along with smart control for the illumination levels and ambient light detection for its turn ON and turns OFF operation. A simple but high level of automation has been provided to keep the operation as simple as possible with minimum technical operation requirements from the consumer.
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Unique Paper ID: 156327

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 3

Page(s): 321 - 327
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