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POWER HELMET

By

Sriram | Raghul | Philip Roy Benedict | Theodore Vasanth | Sree Vishnu | Praveen Kumar ND
INTRODUCTION

• Law of conservation of energy states that Energy can neither


be created nor be destroyed.

• This project aims to utilize wind and light energy which is


available during bike travel as a source of conventional energy.

• Wind and light energy is converted into electrical energy for


charging mobile phones and other devices operating under 5
voltage.
PRINCIPLES

F A R A D AY ’ S L A W O F
Photoelectric emission
ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION

When the beam of the light When a conductor is placed


enlightens the surface of at varying magnetic field an
the metals like sodium, electromotive force is
potassium, cesium and induced in the conductor.
rubidium then their This current is known as
electrons start emitting. induced current.
The phenomenon of
emission of electrons is
known as the photoelectric
emission.
PURPOSE

• During a bike travel the rider is subjected to wind force and


sunlight.

• This can be utilized for charging electronic devices such as


mobile phones, power bank, torch lights and also to store
energy in general purpose rechargeable batteries.

• Existing mobile chargers in bike have risk of short circuit


incase of failure in devices.
DESIGN
COMPONENTS REQUIRED

• DC generator (shaft connected to fan)


• Solar panel with 6V output
• Voltage regulator circuit using LM7805
• Rechargeable battery 5V
• Micro USB B type male pin
• Helmet
• 3V LED lights
• Connecting wires
WORKING OF DC MOTOR

• At each rotation made by


the coil and current is
induced in the coil which is
transferred to the load.

• The ends of coil is


connected to voltage
regulator through
connecting split rings as in
the figure
SOLAR PANEL OF 6V
VOLTAGE REGULATOR FOR 5V OUTPUT
WORKING PROGRESS

• The voltage produced by the DC generator through rotation of


shaft by blowing wind is connected to the voltage regulator
circuit.

• On the other hand, the solar panel placed at top of the helmet
produces a voltage of around 6V is connected to a similar
voltage regulator.

• The output from voltage regulators can be used to charge


mobile phones and power banks through micro USB from its
output terminal.
CONTINUED…

• It is designed in such a way that power from solar panel is


stored in general rechargeable batteries.

• The power from DC generator is used to charge mobile


phones thereby avoiding the usage of phone while driving.

• This power helmet is can be made at nominal cost and


quality for all bikers
BUDGET

• The cost of power helmet is rupees 1250

• It can be sold at the rupees 1400 with 10% profit of rupees


150

• By mass production the cost can be brought upto 900/unit


ADVANTAGES
• The helmet allows the bikers and cyclists to harness during motion and to convert this to
electricity to charge portable devices such as mobile phones, action cameras etc.,

• This helmet is very useful bike riders who drive long distances and who are constantly using
their mobile phone for navigation

• A propeller and motor are embedded in a safety helmet and the wind power is harnessed as in
a conventional windmill. The higher the velocity, the greater the energy produced and stored.

• The prototype headgear comprises of a solar cells and a mini fan, and is capable of charging a
mobile phone using the energy generated from a 40-minute ride.

• This will encourage more people to use helmets and it's a cleaner way of producing electricity
FUTURE VISION

• Charging of Lithium Battery

• Removable battery that act as Power bank

• Cameras and indicator lights in Helmet.


CONCLUSION

• This power helmet aims to meet the ultimate need of


conventional energy.

• Implementation of this product aids the social cause of ‘no


mobiles while driving’ and attracts customers for its
benefits.
THANK YOU