Intelligent wireless street lighting system

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Intelligent wireless street lighting system

  1. 1. Intelligent wireless street lighting system Abstract Lighting systems, particularly within the public sector, are still designed per the previous standards of reliability and that they don't usually profit of latest technological developments. Use of renewable energy sources instead of typical power sources, therefore taking care of the environment is another advantage of this system. In this paper a wireless street lighting system is developed. It consists of set of sensors to detect the presence of humans and checking for the intensity of light and transmitting the light in wireless. Existing System: The existing system is based on either LDR or checking for the evening time by using RTC. In this method the remote monitoring and controlling is not there. Hence we go for a new system. Proposed System: In this new system the system with LDR sensor, PIR sensor, GPS and Zigbee is used to intimate the status of humans use, light intensity and street light ON/OFF status to the EB section to avoid wastage of energy by glowing street lights in unwanted areas. The whole system is operated by using artificial energy source called solar and with battery backup. The PIR and LDR sensors sense the persons and light intensity of a particular place and transmits the data in wireless to the EB section with its GPS section. Depend upon the data received the controller will turn ON/OFF the street light in wireless communication.
  2. 2. Block Diagram: Street-Light Section: Control Circuit Power Supply LCD Charging circuit Battery UART 2.4 GHZ 8051 Micro PIR Sensor Controller Driver circuit Comparator GPS Module LDR Sensor UART LED array
  3. 3. EB Section: 2.4 GHZ Power Supply UART Hardware requirement:  8051 microcontroller  GPS Module  LCD  Zigbee  PC  LDR Sensor  PIR sensor  Driver circuit. Software requirement:  Keil Compiler  Embedded C
  4. 4. Advantage:  Highly reliable  Energy Consumption is maintained.

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