Monday, 16 August 2021

Monitoring and Control via the Web

 This is a demo board designed and fabricated to demonstrate the capabilities of web based monitoring and control.

The board currently has monitoring of temperature & humidity. (Can add any additional sensors and can also monitor if something is on or off or closed or open.

It also has interface to control some things like switches and potentiometers.

Click on the link above and scroll to the bottom of the page to see live values.

This can be modified and configured for any similar kind of applications.

This is a demo site and currently the device is off.

It is at my house so I can switch it on any time you want so that you can show if anyone is interested.

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

We are ready with 12Volt Garden Lghts

Yes. We have with us 12Volt Garden Light PCBs.  The Idea is to use these Boards in any suitable fixture of your choice.

Bollard Light - Running on Solar Energy since 2013
We will help you fix the Boards inside the fixture.

For a Round Ball Light we recommend 3 Boards per Light.

For a Down Facing Post light, 2 Boards should be sufficient.

These are one of the most efficient Boards available and 2 Watts will give you enough light on the ground for a 5 Metre spacing between lights.  The light should be equivalent to a 40 Watt Incandescent Bulb.

With these Lights you can go Solar at the most affordable cost.

For every round bollard light you will need 10 Watts of Solar Panel & 8 Ah of Battery.

For details of your requirement you can presently get in touch with us if you are in Goa.

Our detailed Installation instructions, calculations and Videos should be ready in a few weeks.

Keep in touch

Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Solar LED Lights for Boat Cabin

Just installed some Lights and fans in a few cabins of a boat.  The system for the cabins will run off Solar PV.
The lights used are 4 watts each and two in each cabin.
There is an issue of the lights being harsh.  Since the height of the cabin is low, the lights come close to eye level.
I installed a cover over the lights and then it seems ok.  But the light then comes close to what you would get with a CFL.
After researching LEDs for the last 7 years and developing multiple LED products, mainly for street lighting and emergency & utility lighting like stairways, I am wondering whether LEDs are really suitable in a bedroom/cabin or living room areas.