Automatic Fan Control and Intensity Control by ... - EnggRoom

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2 Νοε 2013 (πριν από 3 χρόνια και 11 μήνες)

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Patel
Tirth

A.




(106500309052)


Raval

Jayesh

A.




(106500309037)


Rami

Jay R.




(106500309061)


Sutariya

Jitendra

A.
(106500309054)


Sathwara

Hardik

S.

(106500309083)


This

project

will

present

the

design,

construction,

development,

control

and

evaluation

of

an

automatic

switching

electric

fan

and

also

control

the

intensity

of

light
.



The

microcontroller

based

automatic

fan

system

and

light

systems

presented

in

this

project

are

required

to

fulfill

the

requirement

of

technologies

“tomorrow

will

be

more

advanced

than

today”
.


The

electric

fan

automatically

switches

according

to

the

room

temperature

changes

and

lights

are

switch

on

one

by

one

according

to

the

room

intensity

changes
.


This

electric

systems

are

contains

combination

of

sensor,

LDR,

microcontroller

and

relay

with

integration

of

embedded

controlled

programming
.

A.
Microcontroller

B.
LED (Light Emitting Diode)

C.
LDR (Light Depended Register)

D.
Temperature Sensor

E.
LCD (Liquid Crystal Display)

F.
Relay

G.
Darlington Transistor Array (ULN 2003)

1.
Microcontroller as the main controller.

2.
The temperature sensor as the input for
the microcontroller.

3.
Relay as the output of microcontroller.

4.
LDR as the input for the microcontroller.

5.
LCD as the preview the status of input.




Sometimes

electric

fan

and

light

is

wasting

power

because

of

human

attitude
.

Human

also

mostly

demands

something

that

easily

to

be

used

without

wasting

energy
.





To

minimize

or

to

reduce

the

power

usage,

this

project

developed

an

automatic

fan

system

where

fan

is

controlled

by

the

room

temperature

and

light

system

where

lights

are

controlled

by

room

light

intensity
.


Circuit is simpler in design.


Power saving.


Temperature variations can be
easily tracked down.



Less maintenance.



Easily repairable.


Low installation cost.