Remote Controllable and Energy Saving Room Architecture Based On Zigbee Communication Project presents the working of remote controllable standby power which in turn reduces the energy consumption of room architecture. The power controller is designed by using IR remote control functionality. By using this we can efficiently manage the power outlets. By using the IR remote controller the user can control any appliance within the given frequencies. Wireless transmission is implemented by using zigbee protocol. The remote controller automatically cuts the power when it has more than the required load resistance.

Room architecture and Zigbee controller:

The power outlets are designed to cut off the standby power. The zigbee controller is designed by using microcontroller. Here the power outlet is integrated with an AC/DC converter so that the fed ac input is converted to required dc output. Radio frequency module is used to communicate with the remote control unit. The power outlets reduce the excess consumption of the power by appliance. Buttons are provided on the remote controller to tune to the required home appliance. The RF antenna works at 2.4ghz frequency and the carrier frequency is selected at 38khz.

Future scope:

The proposed model can be implemented to a single room. We can develop the model by connecting all the room on a single home server, and it can be accessed by using zigbee protocol, and by increasing the frequency range we can monitor a wide area. Thus we can conclude that the proposed model works efficiently in saving power in a room architecture.

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