Abstract

Don Bosco Technical College provides learning facilities for the students, including air conditioned classrooms and fully equipped laboratories. Students would leave the classroom after class with all the appliances switched-on. They would even use the classroom appliances even if they do not have a class scheduled.

A system was developed to activate/deactivate the electrical load in a classroom based on a schedule. The schedule of the activation and deactivation is entered into the system through a keypad. This process is inefficient if the devices are installed in each of the rooms.

The study shall focus on the design of a schedule-driven electrical load controller that is ready to be interfaced in a Local Area Network using the ALTERA DE2 Board. An application program will be developed that will enable a user to set the schedule of activation and deactivation of the appliances. A Relay Driver Module will be interfaced to the ALTERA DE2, which will activate and deactivate the appliances.


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Keywords : Altera DE2 Board, Relay Driver Module

Language: English

Faculty/Department: Computer Engineering

Degree: BS in Computer Engineering


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