IOT Based Smart Energy Meter Using ESP 32

6 Pages Posted: 8 Sep 2021

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Santosh Gadekar

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India

Mayur Pimple

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India

Suraj Thopate

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India

Avdhut Nikam

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India

Date Written: September 5, 2021

Abstract

This paper presents the IOT based smart energy meter to track the energy consumption automatically of the residential load. This meter is capable of sending the consumptions to the consumer as well as an electricity supplier. The readings are taken automatically by using the HLW8012 sensor. Then a predefined set of programs calculates the total bill of energy consumed over the selected interval using the ESP32 microcontroller. The bill is updated in the smartphone by employing a network of Internet of Things. This system eliminates the involvement of the operator for manual methods of taking the meter reading and updating the server for bills. The user can check the number of units consumed by the load at any time using the smartphone. In the future, this idea can be implemented for prepaid metering, which will eventually increase the revenue of the electricity distribution company. We are using ESP32 because of the inbuilt Wi-Fi and Bluetooth facility available in this microcontroller IoT is the combination of collect and exchange data from electronic hardware to the cloud platform and share with the software linked. The platform of the virtual android app is used. Which reflect all the value of Voltage, Current, Power, and unit consumed on the mobile screen.

Keywords: IOT, Energy meter, HLW8012, ESP32, Microcontroller

JEL Classification: C67, C02

Suggested Citation

Gadekar, Santosh and Pimple, Mayur and Thopate, Suraj and Nikam, Avdhut, IOT Based Smart Energy Meter Using ESP 32 (September 5, 2021). Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Communication & Information Processing (ICCIP) 2021, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3917892 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3917892

Santosh Gadekar (Contact Author)

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India ( email )

Mayur Pimple

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India ( email )

Suraj Thopate

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India ( email )

Avdhut Nikam

Department of Electrical Engineering BSIOTR,Wagholi,Pune-412207,India ( email )

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