Publisher : The Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
DOI : 10.5762/KAIS.2016.17.4.632
Title & Authors
Study on the Development of LED streetlight control system using GPS satellite communication and Arduino Lee, Wan-Bum;
A streetlight control system was developed using information technology and LED lights for efficient management and energy savings. The proposed system can control the power usage of an LED streetlight luminaire using GPS satellite communication and an Arduino with a built-in microprocessor. A control circuit was designed to control the current using GPS, a control unit, transistor, resistor, and constant-current supply circuit. The circuit was validated through experiments with normal operation. Using GPS, the control system extracts accurate time and location information according to the season, and it controls the current supplied to the LED streetlight according to the extracted time. Power consumption was reduced by more than 11%. The control system could reduce accidents caused by conventional lighting systems used to save energy, and it could improve the inefficient management of energy by preserving constant brightness of a streetlight at times and in areas that have less traffic.
LED Streetlight;GPS Communication;NMEA;LED Lighting Control System;Arduino;
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