IoT-based Smart EV Level 1 Charger: A Review

Year : 2023 | Volume : 01 | Issue : 01 | Page : 14-20
By

    Sristy Suman

  1. Komal Kakde

  2. Pratik Hinge

  3. Bhausaheb E. Shinde

  1. Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Dhole Patil College of Engineering, Sangharsh Chowk, Chandan Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  2. Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Dhole Patil College of Engineering, Sangharsh Chowk, Chandan Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  3. Student, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Dhole Patil College of Engineering, Sangharsh Chowk, Chandan Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India
  4. Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Dhole Patil College of Engineering, Sangharsh Chowk, Chandan Nagar, Pune, Maharashtra, India

Abstract

This study presents the design and development of an IoT-based smart Level 1 charger for electric vehicles. The proposed system provides an intelligent and automated charging solution that optimizes the charging process, monitors the electricity consumption, and ensures the safety of the environment and the users. The system consists of a charging station equipped with a Wi-Fi module, a microcontroller, an LCD display, and an Android mobile application for remote monitoring and control. The charging station communicates with the cloud server, which enables data analysis, billing, and payment processing services. The system is designed to be user-friendly and compatible with most electric vehicles. The results indicate that the proposed smart Level 1 charger offers several advantages over traditional charging solutions, such as cost-effectiveness, energy efficiency, and real-time monitoring and control. The system also has the potential to support a wide range of smart grid applications, such as load balancing, demand response, and renewable energy integration.

Keywords: Electronic vehicle (EV), EVSE, authentication, management, wired connection, electricity

[This article belongs to International Journal of Electrical and Communication Engineering Technology(ijecet)]

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Received May 19, 2023
Accepted September 25, 2023
Published November 30, 2023