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Automatic Electricity Bill Generation and Theft Detection

Bhadane Sayali S, Neharkar Priya B, Barve Sayalee D,Prof S. B. Bhosale
1Department of Computer Engg, Jaihind College of Engineering, Kuran. (E-mail: akshaydoke39@gmail.com). Pune, Maharashtra, India. 2Department of Computer Engg, Jaihind College of Engineering, Kuran. (E-mail: shindev05@gmail.com). Pune, Maharashtra, India. 3Department of Computer Engg, Jaihind College of Engineering, Kuran. (E-mail: kalesaurabh23@gmail.com). Pune, Maharashtra, India. 4Department of Computer Engg, Jaihind College of Engineering, Kuran. (E-mail: kalesaurabh23@gmail.com). Pune, Maharashtra, India.
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Abstract

Power is one of the fundamental necessities in this day and age. It is critical to proficiently give power to the substantial people. One of the imperative advance in appropriate transmission and use of power is its metering. Presently a-days power meter perusing and charging is led physically by way to-entryway framework. This framework requires expansive measure of labor and furthermore time and vitality utilization. There is huge number of energy robberies from local and mechanical supply lines. There is dependably a differentiation between the purchaser and the provider that the buyer will pay for the power devoured by him. In any case, in India close around 32% of the power is devoured yet not paid for it i.e. it is being stolen by the customer henceforth the need of a framework emerges that would beat this burglary of power.


To defeat the constraints of this customary framework propelled remote innovation called "ZIGBEE" is utilized. The proposed module decreases time deferral and robbery of power. ZigBee is favored over different remote advancements since it works in unlicensed recurrence band, it doesn't require fast information rate, likewise this gadget is low fueled and ease. The microcontroller based framework consistently screens the perusing and robbery identification.

Keyword : Sensors, Energy Meter, LCD, Microcontroller, Relay, ZigBee

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[1] Muhamad, M., Zaman, H.B., Ahmad, A.: Virtual laboratory for learning biology – a preliminary investigation. World. Acad. Sci. Eng. Technol.6(71), 775–778 (2010)
[2] Cook, D.A.: Web-based learning: pros, cons and controversies. Clin. Med.7,37–42 (2007)
[3] McCormick, B.H., DeFanti, T.A., Brown, M.D.: Visualization in scientific computing (1987) Virtual Labs Improve Student’s Performance in a Classroom 145
[4] Subramanian, R., Marsic, I.: ViBE: virtual biolog experiments (2001)
[5] Diwakar, S., Parasuram, H., Medini, C., Raman, R., Nedungadi, P., Wiertelak, E.,Srivastava, S., Achuthan, K., Nair, B.: Complementing neurophysiology education for developing countries via cost-effective virtual labs: case studies and classroom scenarios.J. Undergrad. Neurosci. Educ.12, A130–A139 (2014)
[6] O’Donoghue, J., Singh, G., Dorward, L.: Virtual education in universities: a technological imperative. Br. J. Educ. Technol. 32, 511–523 (2001)
[7] Wentling, T.L., Park, J.-H.: Cost analysis of E-learning a case study of a university program.
In: Proceedings of the AHRD, pp. 1–11. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2002)
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