Techkritya - Electricity Generate using Footstep

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  • Brand: Orion iTech Solutions
    Product Code: SB02-EE101

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    The control mechanism carries the piezoelectric sensor, A.C ripples neutralizer, unidirectional current controller and 12V, 1.3Amp lead acid dc rechargeable battery and an inverter is used to drive AC/DC loads. The battery is connected to the inverter. This inverter is used to convert the 12 Volt D.C to the 230 Volt A.C. This 230 Volt A.C voltage is used to activate the loads. We are using conventional battery charging unit also for giving supply to the circuitry. Here we are using 16X2 LCD to display the voltage values of the rechargeable battery using ATMEGA16.
    An average person, weighing 60 kg, will generate only 0.1 watt in the single second required to take two steps across the tile, But when they are covering a large area of floor space and thousands of people are stepping or jumping on them, then we can generate significant amounts of power.Stored in capacitors, the power can be channeled to energy-hungry parts of the station This product is brand of techkritya.

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    Q1.How can we generate electricity by foot step?
    Ans1.The piezoelectric  sensors are placed below a tile and when someone move over this tile the pressure created by the movement of a person ,a minimum amount of DC voltage is generated
    Q2. Which microcontroller is used in this project?
    Ans2.The microcontroller we are using in our project is ATmega16 
    Q3. What is use of microconroller?
    Ans. The micro controller will calculate the amount of DC voltage generated in our project.
    Q4.What is Future scpoe in this project?
    Ans3.If we want to implement it in future we can create a series of sensor and increase the area of floor then a high voltage output we will receive which will easily charge the battery and by implementing an invertor circuit we can run load which will operate over 220V AC