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Auxiliary Battery Backup System Generated from Locomotive Vehicle

Raghu N, Trupthi N V, Chandan Kumar

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Due to rapid development in developing countries there is a gap between the demand and generation of power. As the demand is bridges, the development will have increased so that a gap persists. So, load shedding is reported by power supplying authorities is specially so in remote areas, in north eastern India, Bangladesh, Bhutan and central African countries where thick forests are a deterrent for drawing power lines. To overcome the power shedding and to see that continuity of power supply is maintained. The paper suggests using an auxiliary portable battery backup which can be charged from vehicles and used in domestic areas during the period of load shedding. So, the paper explains the procedure with diagrams and also an illustrative problem is cited along with solution by using auxiliary battery backup.
Keyword: Auxiliary Battery, Power control unit, Arduino, voltage level sensor.

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Raghu N, Trupthi N V, Chandan Kumar,Varnitha C . Auxiliary Battery Backup
System Generated from Locomotive Vehicle. Recent Trends in Sensor Research
& Technology . 2019; 2 ): 1 4 p.


Keywords


Auxiliary Battery, Power control unit, Arduino, voltage level sensor.

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