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Development of Wireless Control System for High Power LED Luminaire Using Bluetooth Wireless Communication and Current Control System
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 Title & Authors
Development of Wireless Control System for High Power LED Luminaire Using Bluetooth Wireless Communication and Current Control System
Lee, Wan-Bum;
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 Abstract
An LED lighting control system was developed to combine information technology and LED lights for efficient management and energy savings. The system can monitor and control the status of an LED luminaire using Bluetooth wireless communication, sensor technology, and smart phones. An LED lighting control circuit was designed using a temperature sensor, illumination sensor, and Bluetooth module with a fuzzy constant-current control circuit. We extended the lifetime and prevented damage to the LED by optimizing the supply current of the LED luminaire based on the heat-generation temperature of of an LED heat sink. We also automatically adjusted the ON/OFF time depending on the ambient illumination of the LED luminaire. By allowing easy control of the LED luminaires on a smartphone, we improved the efficiency and achieved energy savings. The control system was validated through experiments for normal operation.
 Keywords
LED;LED luminaire;Bluetooth;LED lighting control system;Smartphone APP;
 Language
Korean
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