amount of energy needed during the night – Global Homework Experts

  1. Calculation part

Determine the amount of energy needed during the night with and without the smart function detection and directional illumination activated

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1). Determine the illuminated area (oval or near rectangular) according to road lighting standards → Determine the light density, calculate the energy to be consumed and thus determine the required LED operating power.

 

2)Based on geographical location and winter solar energy availability profile, determine the size and orientation of a PV panel to provide the minimum energy.

Data source:https://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvg_tools/en/tools.html

Location: Nottingham

Seasonsummer and winter

Slope of the penal: 30-45-75 in each season(compare)

 

  1. PLECS part:

Existing circuit exists, need to add “power reference“ at the arrow.

Data source:https://re.jrc.ec.europa.eu/pvg_tools/en/tools.html

what need to show is that indeed over this 24 seconds get  simulate probably a winter day.

you will have a day like light for only stay 8 hours.

And over these seven hours, you need to show that you could capture enough energy to make sure that you could supply the LED light bulb with reasonably amount of power

could assume that the load goes  on off, on, off,  50% duty cycle from let’s say 5:00 PM.

The load about 9:00 PM then from 9:00 PM, the duty cycle reduces or actually you can have the the from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM could be fully on from 9:00 PM to about 12:00 PM to to about midnight. It will be 50%. Then from midnight to about five M can be let’s say 20% duty cycle.

On off, on, off, then from 5:00 AM again goes. Let’s say to 50 or 70% duty cycle and then when the the sun rises it shuts down.

So that assumes a a smart way of detecting human presence that turns LED’s on and off, and after salination, and then you may have another situation where you either look for some abnormal conditions where you could say, well, I had a cloudy day. I did not receive enough energy in my PV and now you you could. It comes 5:00 PM time when you have a sun disappears.

3.Arduino part

Types of Arduino: UNO

Functions to be achieved:

1.Using photoresistors and programs to design: through the external environment light intensity changes to change the brightness of the LED, (the weaker the external light the higher the LED brightness), the reason for the selection of photoresistors.

Types of led: HW321A  Quantity: 3

Types o Types of photoresistor:GL5537-2

  1. Activated when the presence of a moving person is detected using an ultrasonic sensor, and the light gradually intensifies as the person approaches.

Types of ultrasonic: HC-SR04

 

The presence of a buck converter is required at design time to control the current (project requirement)

 

 

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