Proceedings of International Conference on Applied Innovation in IT
2023/03/09, Volume 11, Issue 1, pp.207-211

Autonomous Solar Power Plant for Individual use Simulation in LTspice Software Package Booster Voltage Converter

Nurullo Zikrillayev, Elyor Saitov, Javokhir Toshov, Usmonjon Akhmedov and Doston Muxtorov

Abstract: This work discusses the development of portable and inexpensive solar stations with low power, which are of great interest to farmers, summer residents, geologists, and travelers. The main focus is to ensure the reliability of the installations during transportation in various conditions, convenience and ease of operation, as well as ensuring the minimum size, weight, and reasonable price. The widespread use of alternative energy sources, particularly solar power plants, can save natural resources, improve the ecology of the habitat, reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and stimulate the training of specialists in the field of alternative energy sources. The purpose of this work is the development of portable solar stations that provide lighting for at least 8 hours, charging cell phones, and which are convenient for transportation. The work discusses the use of a DC voltage converter as an intermediate link between the solar battery and the autonomous voltage inverter, which provides high efficiency with a minimum of power elements and minimized weight and size.

Keywords: Autonomous, Converter, Wind Characteristics, Voltage Circuits, Program, DC Voltage, LTspice.

DOI: 10.25673/101939

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