A Hybrid Efficient PV-Battery Powered LED Lighting Scheme

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Darshan P. Patel, Mihir R.Patel, Adel M. Sharaf, Mustafa Ergin Sahin


As we all know now a day�s developing countries across Asia and Africa are hit with the serious energy crisis. So To fulfill the power demand people started looking towards renewable sources of energy such as solar and wind energy. In this paper fully controlled, flexible and self-adjusting LED lighting PV-Battery powered scheme using a pulse-width modulation (PWM) switching and controlled by a dual-loop error driven, time de-scaled, WM proportional-integral-derivative (WM-PID) control scheme for the PV-battery interfaced to the LED load. It decreases the amplitude of transient voltage and minimize inrush current for balancing common DC bus to the LED load. The new adjustable controller uses a directed dual-loop error-driven, error-time descaled controller for the PWM switching along with MOSFET/IGBT switches. The dual-action regulator uses error driven weighted modified (WM-PID) proportional-integral-derivative controller with quick response auxiliary derivative loops to achieve efficient control action.

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, D. P. P. M. R. A. M. S. M. E. S. (2018). A Hybrid Efficient PV-Battery Powered LED Lighting Scheme. International Journal on Future Revolution in Computer Science &Amp; Communication Engineering, 4(4), 474–478. Retrieved from https://ijfrcsce.org/index.php/ijfrcsce/article/view/1550