Two dimensional solar sun seekers
- Product SKU: LGRB049
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DescriptionIn this project there are four sensors are used S1, S2, S3 and S4 as a LDR (Light Dependent Resistor).In which sensor S1, S2 dealing the X co-ordinate motion followed by sun and sensor S3, S4 dealing the Y co-ordinate motion followed by sun. Sensor S1, S2 drives the motor 1 and S3, S4 drives the motor 2.A photo sensor is employed to control the solar cell tracking system. For example, if the photo sensor is not aligned with sun rays, then it could turn on the motor until it is once again aligned. If the motor is attached to the frame holding the solar cell, then the solar cell could be moved to face the sun. As long as the photo sensor is in alignment with the sun, nothing happens. However, when the sun moves across the sky and is not in proper alignment with the photo sensor, then a motor moves the frame until the photo sensor is in the sun once more. This could have the effect of keeping the solar cell facing the sun as it moves across the required human attention. So we need a tracking system that would automatically keep the solar cell facing the sun throughout the day. We have to build an automated system of our own, using a single motor. The system includes a frame on which a solar cell could be mounted. The frame is to move so that it faces the sun as it travels across the sky during the day. The frame could be driven by an electric motor that turns on and off in response to the movement of the sky. Here in this thesis work, panel itself work as a sensors.
- Dimensions (cm) L x W x H : 28 x 24 x 8
- Weight (gm): 1000