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Mr. Vikas Khare (2012)
Publisher: IJECCE
Journal: International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Instruments and machines, DOAJ:Technology and Engineering, Mathematics, Photovoltaic cell, DOAJ:Computer Science, Q, MOSFET, Electronic computers. Computer science, Science, Solar charge controller, QA75.5-76.95, QA1-939, QA71-90

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ACM Ref: ComputerSystemsOrganization_SPECIAL-PURPOSEANDAPPLICATION-BASEDSYSTEMS, Hardware_GENERAL
Photovoltaic cell converts solar energy directly into electricity. This paper describes a design of microcontroller based solar charge controller for power application.[2] The work of the Paper is to charge a 12 volt battery by using a 50 watt solar panel with maximum power. This circuit regulates the charging of battery in a solar system by monitoring battery voltage and switching the solar or other power source off when the battery reached a preset value.[1] The microprocessor based charge control technique presented in this paper shows the assurance for charging the battery with the maximum power. Though the voltage of photovoltaic cell and the voltage of battery are different, the maximum power can be attained during battery charging from the photovoltaic cell through this technique. The voltages of the solar panel are different in different time and days.
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