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Fabrication and Control of Compressor Less Refrigerator with the Help of IOT (Internet of Things)

Shyam Sunder Yadav, Pravesh Chandra


The project which we have prepared utilizes use of Thermoelectric Module We continue to use it for cooling and heating results. It is essentially a compact cooler and warmer that is specifically built for the comfort of the military and traveling people. For the storage of insulin under harsh conditions, the most relevant application of this compact cooler is. The exact cooling power level below which the thermoelectric system is superior depends on a particular cooling level. Instead of a compressor, a thermoelectric module (TEM) is used to make it compact, since it is based on the Peltier effect principles. The use of the Peltier effect is to build and sustain performance on the heating side and the cooling side., Compact, regardless of the disparity in the mechanics of the device, produces no friction or noise. It is a prototype and its parts are commercially available. And also the system uses by the mobile devices like tablet and smart phones to control the functioning of home appliances and our refrigerator anywhere from the define range in Auduino programming through internet. With a protocol by which it can interface with the user and make it social, the Smart Fridge is linked to the network. Mobile apps has been developed to watch the amount of stuff in the fridge. In order to make the fridge smarter, the planned IOT based device uses Node MCU (ESP8085 model) and Nano Arduino as the central server.


TEM, TEC, IOT, Peltier Module, Node MCU

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