SHRI YOGINDRA SAGAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY &  SCIENCE, RATLAM<br />Stand-by  POWER loss  preventer <br />GUIDED  BY:-    ...
OVER VIEW<br /><ul><li>introduction
EQUIPMENT DISCRIPTION
Working
Advantages
Disadvantages
applications</li></li></ul><li> introduction<br />Stand-by power loss preventer is a device which prevents the power durin...
EQUIPMENT DISCRIPTION<br />             ICs<br /><ul><li>IC1  CA3130: CMOS op-amp with gate-                   protected p...
IC2  TLO71:  Low-noise , JFET input op-amp
IC3  7809:  Provides regulated 9V to the circuit for operation </li></li></ul><li>RELAY  COIL<br /><ul><li>RL1: 6V
RL2 : 9V , IC/0</li></ul>DIODE<br /><ul><li>D1: 1N4148
D2: 1N4007
D3: 1N4007
D4: 1N4007</li></ul>Capacitor<br /><ul><li>C1: 1000 uF, 25V
C2: 100uF, 25V
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  1. 1. SHRI YOGINDRA SAGAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, RATLAM<br />Stand-by POWER loss preventer <br />GUIDED BY:- H.O.D.:- SUBMITTED BY:- <br />Er. HarpreetKaurEr. OmeshSwarnasoni , Hemantsharma<br />HadaSohail Khan ,NaveenParmar<br />AashishDangi<br /> Branch:-Electronics& comm. <br /> IV semester, II year<br />
  2. 2. OVER VIEW<br /><ul><li>introduction
  3. 3. EQUIPMENT DISCRIPTION
  4. 4. Working
  5. 5. Advantages
  6. 6. Disadvantages
  7. 7. applications</li></li></ul><li> introduction<br />Stand-by power loss preventer is a device which prevents the power during when the system is on stand-by mode. It is based on the principle of electromagnetic induction (EMI is used to activate and de-activate the circuit). It mainly works on the CRT(cathode ray tube).<br />
  8. 8. EQUIPMENT DISCRIPTION<br /> ICs<br /><ul><li>IC1 CA3130: CMOS op-amp with gate- protected p-channel MOSFET in the inputs.
  9. 9. IC2 TLO71: Low-noise , JFET input op-amp
  10. 10. IC3 7809: Provides regulated 9V to the circuit for operation </li></li></ul><li>RELAY COIL<br /><ul><li>RL1: 6V
  11. 11. RL2 : 9V , IC/0</li></ul>DIODE<br /><ul><li>D1: 1N4148
  12. 12. D2: 1N4007
  13. 13. D3: 1N4007
  14. 14. D4: 1N4007</li></ul>Capacitor<br /><ul><li>C1: 1000 uF, 25V
  15. 15. C2: 100uF, 25V
  16. 16. C3: 1000 uF, 25V</li></li></ul><li>RESISTORS<br /><ul><li>VR1: 10K ohm
  17. 17. VR2: 10K ohm PRESET
  18. 18. R1: 470 ohm
  19. 19. R2: 1K ohm
  20. 20. R3: 100K ohm
  21. 21. R4: 100 ohm
  22. 22. R5: 1000 ohm </li></ul>LED<br /><ul><li>LED1
  23. 23. LED2</li></li></ul><li>TRANSISTOR<br /><ul><li>T1: BC547</li></ul>TRANSFORMER<br /><ul><li>X1: (step down:-230V-24V) 12-0-12V, 500 Ma</li></ul>INPUT SUPPLY<br /><ul><li>230V AC supply</li></ul>TV socket<br />
  24. 24. Working<br />.<br /> The circuit senses high-energy electromagnetic radiation from the CRT monitor when it is ‘on’. A relay coil (L1) connected between inverting pin 2 and non-inverting pin 3 of IC CA3130 (IC1) senses the electromagnetic radiation from the monitor to generate a minute current. IC CA3130 is CMOS op-amp with gate-protected p-channel MOSFET in the inputs. It has very low input impedance & requires very low input current (typically, 5pA). The high input impedance and low input current make IC1 suitable for this application. The internal bias of IC1 at 5pA is sufficient is not required. Preset VR1is used for offset null adjustment so that the output of IC1 is low when the TV is in the standby mode .<br />
  25. 25. CKT DIAGRAM OF SPLP<br />
  26. 26. Initially, when the TV is ‘off’ output pin 6 of IC1 is low and LED1 doesn’t glow. To start the TV ,press switch S1 for a few second, Capacitor C1 charges through resister R2 and transistor T1conducts to energies relay RL1.The relay gives power to the TV through its normally open (n/o)contacts. when the TV is switched on, the sense coil receives the electromagnetic radiation ,the output of UC1goes high & LED1 glows .The high output from IC1 is fed to the non-inverting input of UC TLO71(IC2) via diode D1 & the TV remains ‘on’ IC2 is a low–noise, JFET input op-amp.<br /> When you switches off the TV using the remote control, the electromagnetic field around it disappears & the output of IC2 also goes low. As a result , the output of IC1goes low& transistor T1 stops conducting. The time taken by capacitor C1 to discharge through resister R3 gives delay of a few second to de-energies the relay after which the mains power to the TV is cut off. The TV can be switched on again only by momentarily pressing switches S1.<br />
  27. 27. Power supply for the circuit is derived from a 12v-0-12v step-down transformer (x1).Diode D3 & D4 rectify the secondary output of the transformer and capacitor C3 filters the ripples.IC7809(IC3)provides regulated 9v to the circuit for operation.<br /> Assemble the circuit on a general purpose PCB and enclose in a suitable cabinet with an AC socket for the TV. Place the top Or sides and supply the power .Adjust VR1until LED1 goes off. At this time , the relay should remain de-energies .Press switch S1 for a few second until the relay energies to switch on the TV and S1 ,the TV will remain ‘on'. Use the remote to switch it off in standby mode….<br />
  28. 28. advantages<br /><ul><li>Eliminating "standby" electricity loss from home appliances could save upto 25 percent on electrical bills, study shows.
  29. 29. It save 45% of the main power supply.
  30. 30. When the TV is on standby mode our system get automatically switch ON & allow the required power to flow through the electronic device.
  31. 31. Due to the use of IC, the circuit is minimized.
  32. 32. Durable & long life. </li></li></ul><li>disadvantages<br /><ul><li>When the device is in stand-by mode, the efficiency of the relay decreases due to the fluctuation in the magnetic field generated by the relay.
  33. 33. It can be used only in CRT contained devices & not in LCD etc.
  34. 34. Its circuitry is complicated.
  35. 35. It is expensive.
  36. 36. Effected by weather condition.</li></li></ul><li>applications<br /><ul><li>Mainly used in CRT equipments, which are mainly found in 90% of houses.
  37. 37. On using more CRT components, it can be used for the power saving of a no. of electronic device.</li></li></ul><li> THE END<br />

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