Prepaid energy meter

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PRE-PAID ENERGY MERTER

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INTRODUCTION The scope of the project work is to introduce advanced technology in converting dc voltage in to ac voltage and introducing prepaid energy metering concept. The energy meter used in this project work produces pulses according to the load and this meter is converted as prepaid energy meter using smart card, hence this meter can be called smart energy meter. This kind of smart energy meters also can be installed at each and every house, where the state electricity department going to supply the conventional energy. Now a days energy Measurement and electric energy pilferage detection has become prime importance for the state electricity department.

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INTRODUCTION With the help of this project work lot of Manpower can be reduced and power pilferage can be controlled. The overall system can be called as AMR (Automatic Meter reading) system, the main advantage of AMR system is that the consumed energy price can be calculated and at the same time price (amount in rupees) can be displayed automatically. Finally the simplest form of smart metering is a display meter, which allows consumers to monitor consumption in money terms rather than kWh.

Preface:

4 Preface For Spilt Meter Metering Unit Communication Cable Monitor Unit

Outlook:

5 Outlook Metering Unit Of Split Meter Pulse Indicator Infrared com Terminal Block Power Infrared Port Terminal Cover Monitor unit com System checking Credit indicator

Outlook:

6 Outlook Monitor Unit of Split Meter LCD Button IC card socket

DISPLAY:

7 DISPLAY LCD Relay status indication Currency symbol Unit Data bits Data code

DISPLAY:

8 DISPLAY Data code: The data code is located on the left side, the first character of 9 digits. It shows different indication codes, each code represents a kind of data. Unit: When the displayed data is electric energy, it is kWh. Data bits: The data content consists of 8 digits character and radix point. Prompt information and alarm information displayed on LCD.

Wiring Diagram:

9 Wiring Diagram Three Phase Split Meter Customer house Metering Unit Monitor Unit Communication Cable

Function:

10 Function CPU card is adopted CPU card is adopted as customer card And ESAM security module in meter is Provided to carry out 3DES encryption Authorization. One meter corresponds to One card to achieve perfect security.

Function:

11 Function CPU card has function of data readback data CPU card has function of data readback . It is convenient for management department to monitor the customer’s Consumption status. data

FUNCTION:

12 FUNCTION The meter has a tri-color LED to indicate the available credit levels clearly and directly.

FUNCTION:

13 FUNCTION Three levels alarm threshold Available credit is enough Available credit ≤ 30%, not enough Available credit ≤ 20% Available credit ≤ 10%, meter maybe cut off soon Three levels alarm threshold can be set

FUNCTION:

14 FUNCTION Communication function The meter is equipped with an infrared interface, via the port, can perform following operations: credit loading, relay controlling, load threshold programming etc.

SPECIFICATION:

15 SPECIFICATION Working voltage: 165V----276V Insulation test: ≥2KV AC/1min Power consumption of each phase: voltage circuit ≤2W (2VA) current circuit ≤2VA Voltage pulses withstand: 6000V Life Span: 15 years Dimension: 2 60mm * 150mm*90mm Weight: About 2.3kg Dimensions of Monitor unit: 100mm*88mm*50mm Weight: about 0.2kg

Electronic meters advantages:

16 Electronic meters advantages High accuracy over a wide current dynamic range Reliability and robustness Flexibility of design Automatic Meter Reading (AMR) More easily enable new functionalities Multi tariff billing Tamper proofing Prepayment meters Power out range detection Power factor detection Easily reconfiguration, upgrade Do not use gears that wear out or magnets that saturate with DC current Do not require precision mechanics or have large tolerance variations over temperature

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BASE UNIT

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RECHARGING UNIT

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PWM OSILLATOR 24V DC is converted in to 230VAC by using PWM based inverter. In this IC 3524, the internal linear saw-tooth oscillator is frequency programmable by resistor ‘RT’ and capacitor ‘CT’ which are connected to Pins 6 and 7 of the IC. To tune the frequency, in addition to 100K resistor, 50K potentio-meter is connected. The oscillator frequency f out = 1 / RT CT.

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PWM OSILLATOR The inverting input of Error amplifier (Pin No.2) is fed from V ref, built in 5V regulator through a voltage divider of two 4.7K resistors. This +5V regulator is available inside the IC.

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PWM OSILLATOR The switching of +V sat and –V sat is, whenever the inverting input is slightly move than Non-inverting input voltage, the output will be in –V sat. if the non-inverting voltage is slightly more over the inverting input voltage, the output voltage will be +V sat. The basic concept of pulse width Modulation

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INVERTERS In the circuit, 2N 5296 general-purpose NPN switching transistors are used to drive the driver transformer. The output of the driver transformer is used to drive the power transistors. For this, class ‘B’ push-pull stages are used in pre-driver stage and driver stage. A great deal of this distortion introduced by the Non-linearity of the dynamic transfer characteristic can be eliminated by push-pull configuration.

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ELECTRONIC ENERGY METER The energy consumption measurement is carried out with the help of energy metering IC AD 7751. By continuously monitoring both the phase and neutral (return) currents. A fault is indicated when these currents differ by more than 12.5%. The billing is continued using the larger of the two currents. The output on the F1 and F2 is the frequency signal proportional to the energy consumption. This is calibrated as 1600 pulses per unit of electric energy consumption.

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ELECTRONIC ENERGY METER The built-in two ADCS digitize the voltage signals from the current and voltage transducers. For current signal, the current transformers (CTS) are used, two CTS are used for this purpose one is connected in series with the phase and the other one is connected in series with the neutral. For voltage signal, the phase voltage is attenuated with the help of potential divider. For this, four numbers of 100K resistors are connected in series.

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ELECTRONIC ENERGY METER The power is proportional to voltage, & proportional current in a fixed duration so that the energy consumed,. i.e Energy = V * I * t. The frequency information on F1 and F2 in the form of active low pulses. The result is an output frequency, which is proportional to the average real power. Freq = 5.74 x VIA x VIB x Gain x F VREF2

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DIGITAL PULSE GENERATOR The output of energy Metering Circuit (F1 and F2) are fed to full wave bridge rectifier to convert into proportional dc voltage according to the frequency input. This dc voltage is fed to the lamp source through the transistor driver stage. The glowing of lamp depends upon the input signal fed by the Metering circuit. To feed dc voltage to the lamp source, a separate step down transformer is designed, whose output voltage is an ac voltage, rectified into dc with the help of center-tapped full wave rectifier.

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DIGITAL PULSE GENERATOR This dc voltage is a source of lamp supply and the ON and OFF of the lamp depends upon the ac signal produced by the AD7751 based metering circuit. To drive the lamp source, cascaded transistors are used to increase the power handling capacity.

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MICROCONTROLLER

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ADVANTAGES OF EEM 1. Accuracy 2. Low Current Performance 3. Low Voltage Performance 4. Installation 5. Tamper

Why Prepayment – Energy Supplier?:

Pay before use Keep customers on supply Recover money owed (debt) Lower Overheads No bill production No bill distribution No need to chase payments No further actions such as disconnections Why Prepayment – Energy Supplier?

Why Prepayment – Energy Supplier?:

Why Prepayment – Energy Supplier? Social Acceptability Customer responsible for Disconnection Load and Demand Side Management Limit load Load based Time based

Why Prepayment – The Customer?:

Why Prepayment – The Customer? >80% Mobile phones used in India are prepaid Flexible Payment Solution Pay to suit your income status Daily, Weekly , Monthly Budgeting Show true cost of consumption and money Left Reduce consumption when income is tight– make money last Reduce waste – conserve energy

Why Prepayment – The Customer?:

No Bills No hidden surprises No having to find the money No billing errors No socially unacceptable disconnections Why Prepayment – The Customer?

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DISADVANTAGES The main disadvantage of the system is, because of huge electronic hardware involved in the system, the overall system consumes more electric energy Remedy : When the system is converted into engineering module, the bulky hardware can be converted into a small-integrated chip. When the hardware is minimized naturally the system consumes less power. Since it is a prototype module, because of huge hardware the system occupies more space. The consumer or the electrical department has to spend more amounts for installing this kind of smart energy meters. Economically it is not advised.

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COMPONENTS 1) AT89c51 Microcontroller 2) AD7751 Energy metering IC 3) SG3524 Regulating Pulse Width Modulation 4) AT93c46 3-Wire serial EEPROM IC 5) LM555 Timer IC 6) Voltage regulator 7) 74LS573 Octal Transparent D-type Latch 8) Relays 9) LDR 10) LCD Display 11) Current transformer 12) Main Output Transformer

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CONCLUSIONS Advanced electricity meters that generate consumption data enabling customers to see when they are using energy, to manage that use more efficiently To save money by adjusting energy use in response to price signals. To save money, the consumed energy corresponding price is displayed for the consumer benefits. This project work has been taken up which serves the purpose of energy monitoring and controlling by implementing prepaid system. It is hoped that this work helps the electrical engineers for better energy management and its utility in the distribution system for economic liability of the electrical companies.

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QUERIES

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THANK YOU