Grid Tie Rotating Rooftop Solar Using PIC Microcontroller
The invention and installation of a "grid tie rotating solar rooftop panel utilising PIC microcontroller" is presented in this work. As non-renewable energy supplies become scarcer, renewable energy sources are increasingly used to generate electricity. Solar panels are becoming increasingly popular, and this idea is based on a pic microcontroller rotates the solar panel according to position of sun. The solar panel's energy is then stored in a battery, which is then used to power the home or business. The grid tie mechanism then returns the remaining energy to the power station. As a result, many people's power usage will be lowered as a result of these projects. As light shines on the photodiode, a voltage is formed across these diodes, which is generated by the photovoltaic cell. The number of diodes in a series is termed an array, and these arrays are connected in parallel. As a result, the standard wattage panel is formed. Through a net metering system, the generated ac will be connected to the main grid. As a result, when our demand is lower, the generated supply will flow back to the grid, rotating the metre in the other way. The net metre system is named after the fact that as our demand increases at night, the metre rotates in the forward direction.
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