Hybrid Electric Charging Station using Raspberry Pi
Arabi Madharshan1, Aravinth2, Dheneshraajan3, Gokul4, P. Praveena5

1Arabi Madharshan*, Under Graduate Student, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, KPRIET, Arasur, Kovai (Tamil Nadu), India
2Aravinth, UG Scholar, Under Graduate Student, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, KPRIET, Arasur, Kovai (Tamil Nadu), India
3Dheneshraajan, Under Graduate Student, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, KPRIET, Arasur, Kovai (Tamil Nadu), India
4Gokul, Under Graduate Student, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, KPRIET, Arasur, Kovai (Tamil Nadu), India
5Praveena P, Assist Prof, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, KPRIET, Arasur, Kovai (Tamil Nadu), India

Manuscript received on September 02, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on September 15, 2020. | Manuscript published on October 30, 2020. | PP: 1-3 | Volume-10 Issue-1, October 2020. | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijeat.A16441010120 | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.A1644.1010120
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Abstract: Our world is running out of fossil fuel so people start to change themselves and started to use an electric vehicle. In electric vehicles the charging is a big deal, this project includes solar and wind energy charging mechanism to generate power for electric vehicle both day and night. And it contains Raspberry pi that is programmed to calculate the amount of power charged for an electric vehicle, then the user can know that the information via Blynk application. The power generated by solar panel setup is given to the battery via DC-DC converter because the power from solar panel setup is a variable DC, so that is converted into pure DC. And the power generated by wind generator setup is given to battery via AC – DC converter, the power from a wind generator is AC, so that is converted into DC.
Keywords: Battery, Charge Controller, Raspberry Pi, Solar Panel.