Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication

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Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication

ABSTRACT

Numerous studies have shown that smart industries or intelligent buildings can use energy more efficiently than traditional buildings. Almost proposed smart industry architectures in the literature adopt the PLCC WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) as the dominant Technology. The WSN, rather than Wi-Fi, has been popularly employed for remote control and monitoring applications. Because it has a low cost and consumes little power. However, several problems in the construction of smart Industries with WSNs are yet to be solved. The studies presented a comprehensive review of problems related to the development of smart industries with WSN technologies. For WSNs, if the network coverage exceeds a certain range or the network environment cannot provide line-of-sight transmission, then high transmission error and data loss rates may occur. Hence, designing a scalable Network infrastructure for WSNs is very important. Although several techniques have been proposed to improve WSN Connectivity, the challenge of improving connectivity In WSNs still exists. Furthermore, WSNs and WLANs both operate within the 2.4 GHz ISM Industrial, Science, and Medical, Band. Experimental results have demonstrated that Wi-Fi networks and WSNs may function together even if they operate in the same frequency band. However, inevitable Wireless interference and packet losses may occur in WSNs. To solve this problem, some methods have been proposed for Interference avoidance or coordinating such a heterogeneous network environment. However, a more effective Interference immunity solution for WSNs remains to be found. To resolve the issue of wireless interference, the WSN is integrated herein with the PLC (Power Line Communication) Technology to realize a smart industry control network 


Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication

EXISTING SYSTEM

  • RF-based communication
  • LAN based intercommunication
  • Wireless network-based communication 

DISADVANTAGES

  • Needs to implement complete infrastructure for communication
  • More costly 
  • Complicated implementation 

PROPOSED SYSTEM

  • PLCC based communication 
  • Interconnecting devices and machines in an industry 
  • Interconnected cooperative working 
  • Based on Arduino embedded platform

ADVANTAGES

  • Needs no extra infrastructure
  • The existing power line can be used for communication
  • Only needs a transmitter and receiver 
  • Can be implemented cost-effectively 

BLOCK DIAGRAM

TRANSMITTER 

Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication 1
Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication

 

RECEIVER 

Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication 2
Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication

Interconnecting Industrial Devices based on Power Line communication

BLOCK DIAGRAM EXPLANATION

The system controls applications through PLCC. In PC you will be providing instructions to control the application ON and OFF conditions. PLCC, Power Line Carrier Communication, is an approach to utilize the existing power lines for the transmission of information. PLCC WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) is the dominant technology. We can make wireless communication to control the devices. From this, we can send the character on or off the application through the power line


Hardware Requirements

  • Plcc (TX /RX) Module
  • Arduino
  • Lamp
  • Cooling Fan

Software Requirements

  • Arduino IDE
  • Orcad Design

REFERENCES 

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 [3] Lianhai JIANG. The realization of the embedded control system development platform of soft PLC. Huazhong university of science and technology, (2005), p. 2-3. 

 [4] Jinghui WANG, Wei SHI. Research on the Embedded SoftPLC Technology.SCI-TECH INFORMATION DEVELOPMENT & ECONOMY, Vol.17 No.5 (2007), p. 208. 

[5] Yinghong FU, Xiaofan LI, Jinjie XIANG. The discussion of soft PLC (SoftPLC) technology, product, and control scheme. Microcomputer Information, Vol.16 No.5 (2000), p. 27-29. 

[6] Mingxin QIU. Research and prospect of the embedded soft PLC technology. Journal of business review, No.15 (2012), p. 298. 

 

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