Optimization of Power Plant for Telecom Sector Based on Embedded System
Modern Telecom Sector is eventually facing exceptionally tough challenges because of continuous and unexpected increase in power density requirement for the communicating machinery and equipment. To fulfil the power requirements for the equipment, a significant architecture and an optimal technique must be introduced. In this paper, a microcontroller-based optimization use of power-density has been carried out. Meeting above requirements, various equipment and electronic devices are employed. We have designed a microcontroller-based system via PROTEUS Virtual System Modeling to acquire efficient and effective results. The main focus of our work is to supply the power to Telecom equipment in meantime. The power is feeding on batteries and DG (Diesel Generator) set, depending on the condition of the power requirements. The changeover operations are performed by different relays, which are dully programmed via a microcontroller in Keil software. The power capacity of Telecom ((Telecommunication) equipment is ranged from 39-48 Volts DC. The rectification process is done by switch mode rectifiers instead of linear rectifiers. Because the switch-mode rectifier technology has brought fabulous improvements in power density as compared to linear rectifiers. This is done via simulation of the smart switch in PROTEUS software. The outcomes of the proposed system are costeffective in terms of fuel consumption of DG.