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automatic room light intensity detection and control using a microprocessor and light
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automatic room light intensity detection and control using a microprocessor and light sensors


abstract

in this project report we propose a design using both a microcontroller and light
sensors for automatic room light detection and control. our design, the hlcm (home
light control module) which will be installed in every light fixture of a family, is made
up of three blocks: the infra red sensor circuit, the light sensor circuit, the
microprocessor and the rf module. by using the infra red sensor circuit, the hlcm
detects if a human body enters the detection area or not. if there is no human body
present, all controlled lights are turned off. if there is, the hlcm detects the light
intensity under the environment and maintains sufficient light by controlling the
number of lights. we can also integrate an rf module to transmit and receive the
data from each hlcm so we can control different lights in different regions. the
result of using the hlcm shows that the total power consumption can be reduced.
we can also have the number of persons in the room and the speed control of fan
with respect to temperature can also be included.
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hey please send me the detailed report to my mail [email protected]Smile[/size][/font]
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#4
which microcontroler is used hlcm?
1. specify the mcu , is it 8051?
2.is that available in the market?cost and company?
3.any photos or videos?
4.microcontroller program
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automatic room light intensity detection and control using a microprocessor and light sensors

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abstract

in this paper we propose a design using both a
microprocessor and light sensors for automatic room light
detection and control. our design, the hlcm (home light
control module) which will be installed in every light fixture
of a family, is made up of four blocks: the pyroelectric
infrared (pir) sensor circuit, the light sensor circuit, the
microprocessor and the rf module. by using the pir sensor
circuit, the hlcm detects if a human body enters the
detection area or not. if there is no human body present, all
controlled lights are turned off. if there is, the hlcm detects
the light intensity under the environment and maintains
sufficient light by controlling the number of lights. we have
also integrated an rf module to transmit and receive the data
from each hlcm so we can control different lights in
different regions.

introduction

in recent years the energy crisis has become one problem
which the whole world must confront. home power
consumption makes up the largest part of energy consumption
in the world. in particular, the power consumption of lamps in
a typical home is a factor which can
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#6
i need the circuit diagramfor this circuit diagram
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#7
can you please send me component values and program
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#8
i would like to have the circuit diagram for this project
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The HLCM to be installed in each lamp of a family consists of four blocks: the pyroelectric infrared sensor (PIR) circuit, the light sensor circuit, the microprocessor and the RF module. By using the PIR sensor circuit, the HLCM detects whether a human body enters the detection area or not. If there is no human body present, all controlled lights are switched off. If there is, the HLCM detects the light intensity under the environment and maintains sufficient light by controlling the number of lights. We have also integrated an RF module to transmit and receive the data of each HLCM to be able to control different lights in different regions. The result of using the HLCM shows that the total energy consumption can be reduced.
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