alexa Abstract | Survey on Street Lighting System Based On Vehicle Movements
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International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology
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Street Light Control System which operates automatically is not only easiest but also the intelligent system. This system can be set to operate in automatic mode, which regulates the streetlight according to brightness and dimness Algorithm and light intensity. This control can make a reasonable adjustment according to the seasonal variation. we can take the initiative to control streetlights through PC monitor terminal. This street light system also includes a time cut-out function, and an automatic control pattern for even more electricity conserving, when vehicles pass by, the light will turn on automatically, later turn off. This design can save a great amount of electricity compared to streetlamps that keep alight during nights. The design implements traffic flow magnitude statistics without adding any hardware, facilitating transportation condition information collecting. Furthermore, this system has auto-alarm function which will set off if any light is damaged and will show the serial number of the damaged light, thus it is easy to be found and repair the damaged light. The system can be widely applied in all places which need timely control such as streets, stations, mining, schools, and electricity sectors and so on. In addition, the system integrates a digital temperature and humidity sensor, not only monitoring the streetlight but also temperature and humidity. The core of the system is constructed based on the Microchip’s PIC18F microcontroller. IEEE802.15.4 standard Microchip Wireless (MiWi) communication protocol is used here for implanting the wireless communication between street light unit and PC

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Author(s): K.Santha Sheela , S.Padmadevi

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