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A Study on the Performance of a Hybrid Daylighting System Using AVR Microcontrollers
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 Title & Authors
A Study on the Performance of a Hybrid Daylighting System Using AVR Microcontrollers
Lim, Sang Hoon; Oh, Seung Jin; Kim, Won-Sik; Jeong, Hae-Jun; Chun, Wongee;
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 Abstract
This paper deals with the design and operation of a hybrid daylighting system that uses natural and artificial lighting to enhance visual comfort in buildings. The system was developed using an AVR micro controller for solar tracking in conjunction with dimming controls, which, acting together, enables the maximum use of natural daylight and also improves energy efficiency in buildings. Experimental results clearly demonstrates the usefulness of the present system capable of enhancing indoor lighting conditions when sufficient daylight is available and distributed appropriately in harmony with artificial lighting.
 Keywords
Daylighting System;Solar Tracking System;Dimming Control System;Illumination Energy Saving;
 Language
Korean
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