Author : Suvidha Biradar 1
Date of Publication :25th April 2017
Abstract: In the Energy Management system, the main constraints are accurate metering, energy monitoring and implementation of visual data for consumer load profile. This Project is intended in designing a system at home which monitors the energy consumption of each device, along with the smart energy meter, which is designed to calculate the total energy consumption of the home. All the data calculations will be handled by the Arduino energy meter for the accurate readings. A server will be created with appropriate channels to monitor the energy consumption from each of the devices respectively. These data will be uploaded to the server at the monitoring station. Considering all these data individual energy load profile for each of the devices is displayed on the web-page. Accordingly the analysis can be made for the precise usage or energy consumption of each device in order to further reduce the usage of the device which is drawing the maximum amount of energy. These monitoring reports would help consumers to take the required action in order to improvise the energy usage.
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