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AUTOMATIC RAIN SENSING WIPER SYSTEM

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ABSTRACT


The world today is moving ahead at a very fast pace. Some of the very common examples of fast moving objects are aeroplanes, high speed cars and many more. In our everyday life we come across many fast moving vehicles and so it is very important to measure the speed of these vehicles.This is an era of automation where it is broadly defined as replacement of manual effort by mechanical power in all degrees of automation. The operation remains an essential part of the system although with changing demands on physical input as the degree of mechanization is increased. Rain operated motor is consists of conduction sensor (Tough sensor) circuit, Control Unit, wiper motor and glass frame. The sensor is used to detect the rain or water flow. There is any rain on the class, the sensor senses the rain or flow water and giving the control signal to the wiper motor.



TABLE OF CONTENTS

Certificate                                                                                                   1
Abstract                                                                                                      2
Acknowledgement                                                                                                3
List of contents                                                                                           4
List of figures                                                                                             7


UNIT NO.           TITLE                                                       PAGE NO.


1.                       INTRODUCTION                                                         8

2.                        AUTOMATION                                                   10

2.1                      INTRODUCTION                                                         10

2.2                      NEED FOR AUTOMATION                                       10

2.3                      ADVANTAGES                                                                        11

2.4                      DISADVANTAGES                                                     11

2.5                      AUTOMATION TOOLS                                              12

 3.                     WINDSCREEN WIPER                                              13

 3.1                    HISTORY                                                                       13

3.2                     INTERMITTENT WIPERS                                            14

3.3                     POWER                                                                           16

3.4                     GEOMETRY                                                                   17

4.                     SYSTEM OVERVIEW                                        20

4.1                    PURPOSE OF DEVELOPMENT                                                20

4.2                    SYSTEM CONFIGURATION                                       20


UNIT NO.                      TITLE                                                        PAGE NO.


5.                      WORKING OF CIRCUIT                                           22

5.1                    PROJECT SPECIALITIES                                                       22    

5.2                   TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION AND WORKING                                      22     

6.                      PART LIST                                                                   24

6.1                   FOR AUTOMATIC WIPER SPEED MOTOR CONTROLLER                                24

6.2                FOR AUTOMATIC HEAD LIGHT CONTROLLER                                       24

7.                  CIRCUIT                                                                      25

7.1                AUTOMATIC WIPER CONTROL SYSTEM                         25

7.2                AUTOMATIC HEADLAMP CONTROL SYSTEM`              26

8.                  ELECTRONIC COMPONENT                                  27

8.1                 RESISTANCE                                                                           27

8.2                 CAPACITOR                                                                             28

8.3                 SPEAKER/EAR PHONE                                                          29

8.4                 KEY SWITCH                                                                          29

8.5   TRANSISTOR                                                                           30
8.6   TRANSFORMER                                                                      30
 8.7   LIGHT DEPENDENT RESISTANCE                                     42

UNITNO.           TITLE                                                                  PAGE NO.

8.8   COIL                                                                                          47

8.9   IC 555                                                                                         48


8.10  PRESET                                                                         51

9.                ADVANTAGES                                                           55
AUTOMATIC RAIN SENSING WIPER SYSTEM

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Department Electrical Engineering
Project ID ELE0222
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
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    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 57 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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