Synchronization of Solar Stand-alone Devices and Autonomous Energy Management through Solar Time Measurements

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Synchronization of Solar Stand-alone Devices and Autonomous Energy Management through Solar Time Measurements. / Santamaria Lancia, Adrian Alejo; Riedel, Nicholas; Ploug, Rasmus Overgaard; Thorsteinsson, Sune; Poulsen, Peter Behrensdorff; Benatto, Gisele Alves dos Reis.

Proceedings of 7th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion. IEEE, 2018. p. 0632 -0637.

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Santamaria Lancia, AA, Riedel, N, Ploug, RO, Thorsteinsson, S, Poulsen, PB & Benatto, GADR 2018, Synchronization of Solar Stand-alone Devices and Autonomous Energy Management through Solar Time Measurements. in Proceedings of 7th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion. IEEE, pp. 0632 -0637, 7th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion , Waikoloa, United States, 10/06/2018. https://doi.org/10.1109/PVSC.2018.8548183

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@inproceedings{38302210011c4773ab1e4fbe956e3795,
title = "Synchronization of Solar Stand-alone Devices and Autonomous Energy Management through Solar Time Measurements",
abstract = "This works present a method for synchronization of a solar device to real solar time for event triggering and energy management. Specifications require the devices to be off-grid and self-adjusting. Measurements of daylight duration were performed using one test device over the course of several months in Denmark. Analysis of viability over the accuracy of solar time determination and potential for self-adjusting energy management was carried out. Measurement results allowed for the development of an algorithm with good potential for performing the required tasks. Influence of variations in weather and different shadowing conditions were tested in two prototype devices. Results show a good potential for daily synchronization between devices and estimation of solar time within less than 5 minutes error.",
author = "{Santamaria Lancia}, {Adrian Alejo} and Nicholas Riedel and Ploug, {Rasmus Overgaard} and Sune Thorsteinsson and Poulsen, {Peter Behrensdorff} and Benatto, {Gisele Alves dos Reis}",
year = "2018",
doi = "10.1109/PVSC.2018.8548183",
language = "English",
isbn = "9781538685297",
pages = "0632 --0637",
booktitle = "Proceedings of 7th World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion",
publisher = "IEEE",
address = "United States",

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AU - Santamaria Lancia, Adrian Alejo

AU - Riedel, Nicholas

AU - Ploug, Rasmus Overgaard

AU - Thorsteinsson, Sune

AU - Poulsen, Peter Behrensdorff

AU - Benatto, Gisele Alves dos Reis

PY - 2018

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N2 - This works present a method for synchronization of a solar device to real solar time for event triggering and energy management. Specifications require the devices to be off-grid and self-adjusting. Measurements of daylight duration were performed using one test device over the course of several months in Denmark. Analysis of viability over the accuracy of solar time determination and potential for self-adjusting energy management was carried out. Measurement results allowed for the development of an algorithm with good potential for performing the required tasks. Influence of variations in weather and different shadowing conditions were tested in two prototype devices. Results show a good potential for daily synchronization between devices and estimation of solar time within less than 5 minutes error.

AB - This works present a method for synchronization of a solar device to real solar time for event triggering and energy management. Specifications require the devices to be off-grid and self-adjusting. Measurements of daylight duration were performed using one test device over the course of several months in Denmark. Analysis of viability over the accuracy of solar time determination and potential for self-adjusting energy management was carried out. Measurement results allowed for the development of an algorithm with good potential for performing the required tasks. Influence of variations in weather and different shadowing conditions were tested in two prototype devices. Results show a good potential for daily synchronization between devices and estimation of solar time within less than 5 minutes error.

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