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Developed of Smart Phone Charge System and Data Analysis for Efficient Solar Module Arrangement
Jang, Won-chang; Jeon, Min-ho; Lee, Myung-Eui;
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 Abstract
Recently, solar module is installed in crowded areas to offers services so that people can charge their smartphones or tablets. However, the burden in terms of cost is high to install in areas where utilization ratio is low and installation is difficult in limited spaces. In this paper, a system for collecting and providing the optical power is proposed from the analysis about the person that receives service in each area using the real-time data provided by the state and collected from the actual environment as well as considering the waiting time and the solar charging time in different environments. As a result, This study shows that charge was not delayed since collecting power exceeds charging power. Smartphone was fully charged in ninety-five minutes. we confirmed that with one smartphone, it can be charged a approximately fifty percent of the battery in between ten to twenty minutes, with multiple units they can be charged a approximately twenty percent of the battery in between ten to twenty minutes.
 Keywords
Solar;Bus stop;Data analysis;Smart phone charging;Power dispensed;
 Language
Korean
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