PV Fed Zeta Converter for Street Lighting ApplicationAuthor : P. Premalatha, P. R. Maneesha, Laxmi and M. Mansi Angeleena
Volume 8 No.1 Special Issue:June 2019 pp 45-50
This Paper deals with the performance analysis of PV fed zeta converter. Zeta converter is designed with an intention to be used for charging a battery, which can be used to power the streetlights. Zeta converter like Sepic converter topology provides a non-inverted output voltage. It provides a constant output voltage though there is variation in the input voltage. The proposed scheme consists of solar panel, Zeta converter and a PI controller. The closed loop control of a Zeta converter fed from PV panel is simulated using MATLAB.
Zeta Converter, Closed Loop Control, PI Controller, Sepic Converter, Cuk Converter, PV Panel
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