Smart Street Light using Arduino and LDR
This project presents the implementation of a Smart Street Light System that employs LDR and IR sensors. The system aims to automatically adjust the brightness of street lights based on the presence of vehicles, optimizing energy consumption while ensuring adequate lighting for road users.
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During daylight hours, the LDRs sense ambient light levels. When sufficient natural light is detected, the street lights remain switched off, thereby conserving energy. As during night the LDRs register a decrease in light intensity, the system activates the street lights to provide adequate illumination for pedestrians and drivers.
To further optimize energy usage, the integration of IR sensors adds a layer of intelligence to the system. When an IR sensor detects the presence of a vehicle within its range, the street light intensity increases, providing brighter illumination to enhance safety. As the vehicle moves away, the street lights dim down to their normal intensity, contributing to energy efficiency.
- ARDUINO MICROCONTROLLER
- BATTERY & POWER SUPPLY
- LED LIGHT’s (X6)
- IR SENSOR (X3)
- JUMPER WIRES
- ARDUINO IDE
- EMBEDDED C
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