Energy Conservation in Smart Home Using Wireless Sensor Network

Energy Conservation in Smart Home Using Wireless Sensor Network

S. Mary Praveena, A.K.Kavitha, R.Kanmani

S. Mary Praveena, A.K.Kavitha, R.Kanmani "Energy Conservation in Smart Home Using Wireless Sensor Network" Published in International Journal of Trend in Research and Development (IJTRD), ISSN: 2394-9333, Volume-4 | Issue-1 , February 2017, URL:

Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are used in this work to implement a smart home control network. The goals are to reduce the unnecessary energy consumption of a smart home. An isolated WSN with one coordinator, which is integrated into Arduino Uno, is established in each room. The coordinator is responsible for transferring environmental parameters obtained by WSNs to the management station. The control messages for home appliances are directly transferred using WSNs. Additionally, analysis of the illumination of a fluorescent lamp along with Passive infra red sensor were presented. In this paper we used passive infra red sensor that turn light on automatically when person pass by, later turn off after a certain predefined delay for even more energy conserving. The energy saving of lighting systems relative to those without smart control was evaluated. Numerical results indicate that the electricity consumption can be reduced by at least 40% under the smart control. Moreover, a prototype for the proposed smart home control network with illumination of light was implemented. Experimental tests demonstrate that the proposed system for smart home control networks is practically feasible and performs well.

Appliance Control, Energy Saving, Smart Homes, Smart Lighting Control, Wireless Sensor Networks (Wsns), Passive Infra Red Sensor.

Volume-4 | Issue-1 , February 2017


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