Intelligent Circuit Breaker To Prevent The Transformer From Lightening By Using Solid State Devices For Opto Coupler

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© 2020 by IJETT Journal
Volume-68 Issue-3
Year of Publication : 2020
Authors : Mr.G.praveen Santhoshkumar, Mr.B.Karthikprabu, Mr.S.Sasikumar
  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V68I3P207S

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MLA Style: Mr.G.praveen Santhoshkumar, Mr.B.Karthikprabu, Mr.S.Sasikumar  "Intelligent Circuit Breaker To Prevent The Transformer From Lightening By Using Solid State Devices For Opto Coupler" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 68.3(2020):32-37.

APA Style: Mr.G.praveen Santhoshkumar, Mr.B.Karthikprabu, Mr.S.Sasikumar. Intelligent Circuit Breaker To Prevent The Transformer From Lightening By Using Solid State Devices For Opto Coupler  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 68(3),32-37.

Abstract
This project about rainy season problems in electric board. Intelligent circuit breaker to prevent transformer from lightning by using solid state devices is a new project to face the problems during lightning when rainy season. The project is mainly developed to reduce the transformer blasting or power cut during the lightning period. Normally high voltage discharger and buckolz relay was used to prevent the transformer blasting from lightning. But in this project we have used the solid-state controllers to protect the transformers. And the GPS and GSM is used to locate which transformer is affected by lightning. The mainly used solid-state devices are has high speed of response then the older methods, the solid state devices are made on semi conductive devices and the mixture of optical elements. So it will be a good solution for the transformer protection. The devices are usually used for high performance electronic switches to prevent from surge voltage in PLC and other sensible equipment’s. This will be good solution for surge voltage from lightning.

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Keywords
Buckolzrelay,GPS, GSM, Solid-State Controllers.