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KKR&KSR INSTITUTEOF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCES

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Project Abstract (2017-2018)

Batch No:10

Title: Prepaid and Postpaid Energy Meter for Billing System Using Microcontroller and GSM.

Abstract:

In this paper smart energy meter with GSM model for prepaid and postpaid system is proposed. Due to this system
the user has ability to select prepaid or postpaid mode as per his/her requirement. In prepaid mode balance is reduced
as per energy is consumed. When the balance is low user gets a “Balance is low” message. If balance reaches to
zero then with the help of relay power automatically gets cut off. If the account is recharged then the user gets
uninterrupted power supply. In postpaid system with the help of GSM module MSEB gets the message of how
much units a particular user is used and according to that data MSEB sends bill by post.,

Keywords:

ATMEGA328, GSM module, energy meter.


References:

[1] Ashna.k PG Scholar, Electronics & Communication Dept. “GSM Based Automatic Energy Meter
Reading”IEEE 2013. [2] Subhashis Maitra, “Embedded Energy Meter- A new concept to measure the energy
consumed by consumer and to pay the bill”, Power System echnology and IEEE Power India Conference, 2008. [3]
Md. Mejbaul Haque1 et al ”Microcontroller Based Single Phase Digital Prepaid Energy Meter for Improved
Metering and Billing System” Published at International Journal of Power Electronics and Drive System
(IJPEDS)Vol.1, No.2, December 2011, pp. 139~147ISSN: 2088-8694. [4] B.O.Omijeh and G.I.Ighalo “Modeling
of GSM-Based Energy Recharge Scheme for Prepaid Meter” IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics
Engineering (IOSR-JEEE) ISSN: 2278-1676 Volume 4, Issue 1 (Jan. - Feb. 2013). [5] Md. Ashiquzzaman, Nadia
Afroze, Taufiq Md. Abdullah “Design and Implementation of Wireless Digital Energy Meter using
Microcontroller” Global Journal of Researches in Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Volume 12
Issue Version 1.0 February 2012. [6] Young Hoon Lim, Moon Suk Chain, Jong Mock Baek, Sang-Yeom Lee “An
An Efficient Home Energy Management System Based on Automatic Meter Reading” in IEEE International
Symposium on Power Line Communication, 2011.
Project Common Course Outcomes(COs):
CO 1: Identify the problem and formulate the appropriate solution
CO 2: Identify and analyze the requirements for a given project through literature survey
CO 3: Design various electronic sub circuits as required to solve the problem.
CO 4: Test each sub circuit for its performance and limitations.
CO 5: Integrate various sub circuits as required within the time frame and test the same.
CO 6: Prepare the project thesis and present using appropriate method
Program Outcomes (PO):

PO1 Engineering Knowledge PO7 Environment & Sustainability


PO2 Problem Analysis PO8 Ethics
PO3 Design/Development of Solutions PO9 Individual & Team Work
Conduct Invsetigation of Complex
PO4 PO10 Communication
Problems
PO5 Modern Tools Usage PO11 Project Management & Finance
PO6 The Engineer & Society PO12 Life long Learning

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PO1 PO2 PO3 PO4 PO5 PO6 PO7 PO8 PO9 PO10 PO11 PO12
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Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):


PSO1:Able to utilize the knowledge of Power Electronics in collaboration with Electrical Machines to
provide an engineering solution in the areas related to Electrical Drives.
PSO2:To develop new cutting edge Technologies in Power Systems associated with efficient conversion
and control of electrical power.
PSO3: Able to use software for design, simulation and analysis of electrical systems.
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Project members:
S.no Reg.no Name Signature
1 16JR1A0207 N.HARITHA
2 16JR1A0214 CH.CHANDRA KANTH
3 17JR5A0207 G.YESWANTH

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