Using microcontroller based solar power system for reliable power supply
Keywords:Renewable Energy, Solar Power, Microcontroller, Power system
This paper has been demonstrated by implementing renewable energy-based solar power for a reliable power supply controlled by the Node MCU microcontroller. The microcontroller is controlled the system by programming. Here also use an inverter, Node MCU, Battery, Solar Charge Controller. The main task of this Scheme is that when the sun reflects on this solar panel, it will charge and save its battery. Two AC loads will run from the battery to the inverter, which can control via the Internet. DC will be converted to AC through the inverter and load. The main objective of this research is to use solar sources for load control and monitoring through the Internet.
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