Bazán Prieto, Carlos Alberto
Pacheco González, Leonardo
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A photocontroller is a circuit capable of controlling the lighting on streets, gardens and walkways. Their operating principle is based on allowing the lighting of the lamp at night and turning off during the day, based on measuring the level of illumination. In the public lighting in Cuba, different types of photocontroller are used. Many of them have problems with proper operation, resulting in increased power consumption and shortening the life of the luminaire. In this paper the basic types of photocontroller are studied and proposed the most appropriate. Finally we propose a microcontroller-based photocontroller and a centralized architecture. Other functions related to power saving and extending the life of the luminaire are also proposed.
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