Embedded projects :: Eb theft indication

EB Theft Indication

EMBEDDED BASED E.B THEFT INDICATION SYSTEM

ABSTRACT

Objective:

The main of this project is to indicate electric power theft to electricity board. This project is carried over through embedded technology. In this project we use wireless method to find out the electric theft.

Description:

In this project we compare a particular poles input and output current by using current transformer. Is there any negative value means we indicate that particular pole has drawn more current as theft here we place one current transformer in input side of the post line. Other current transformer values are given as input to PIC microcontroller. PIC microcontroller converts these analog inputs into digital using inbuilt ADC converter. Then PIC compares the input current and the sum of output currents. If compared result had any negative value then this particular post is detected as theft point. This compared value is transmitted to electricity board through RF transmitter.

RF receiver is placed in electricity board office. This RF receiver receives this value and given as input to PIC. PIC displays this value in LCD display.

The advantage of this project is to reduce the electric power theft. This is useful of power stations, electricity board







anonymous   said:
1 year ago

This topic s interesting. Please show me the description, circuit diagram along with components.

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hussainsm   said:
5 years ago

I want to more about this project like details of the components, schematic, etc

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anonymous   said:
5 years ago

I am interested in this project so please send me more details of this projects like components , schematic, code etc..

Thanks in advance

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anonymous   said:
6 years ago

give me a circuit and merits & demerits

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anonymous   said:
6 years ago

i m very much intrested in this project ...plz mail me the description of this project along with the components being used in it with price tag

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anonymous   said:
7 years ago

show circuit diagram

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