Final year electronics projects are a pain.
Every engineering student hopes to excel in their final year project but rarely scrapes through. And it has nothing to do about your enthusiasm or passion for the subject. Most electronics projects are complicated and take away precious time from your preparation for exams and also the on-campus recruitment drives.
The fact that local electronic components aren’t of great quality, that there can be last minute circuit failures and most commonly - lack of coordination and teamwork between members of the same team. More often than not, you might be the only one trying to slog it out while you co-partners in the project might just be chilling. What if I told you, as an Engineering topper who has successfully gone through this whole journey just like you - that there is a much more convenient way of getting through your project.
A simple and effective plan that assures you the best scores, a plan that gives you time to read, learn, practically experience the whole workings of your project and create a successful unit you can proudly showcase. And the best part is this… even if your own project unit malfunctions... you will still have a ready-made project unit for yourself, just in case there is a last minute issue that you or your teammates could not solve. Confused? Well let me explain.
Plan A: Create A Successful Project Model By Yourself
Plan B: Have A Expertly-Made & Quality-Tested Replica Of Your Project For Assured Results
So here’s how it works.
In my engineering days, we used to struggle replicating a PCB model from our text books with real tools. We had a tough time with the circuits and most of the time - they used to fail. So I wanted to solve this problem not just for myself but for all my fellow students like you. Young, energetic and knowledgeable youth who really want to learn but still cannot afford to fail with the project because it matters and the colleges rarely help us out productively.
So I want to give you a beautiful DIY model of the project that also includes:
Sounds like a dream? Well, yes it is and here’s how you can benefit from this project not just in your final year but also help you with your interviews and in the future too.
All you need is just 10 mins to showcase your project & get an outstanding result. Every project is tested for quality and checked by engineers before shipping.
Ready-made to perfection so that you will get perfect results every time you test!
All components used in the project are from ISI grade suppliers and for your benefit, also comes with an extra set just incase you need something in the last minute.
The projects are actually hand-assembled in manufacturing-grade labs by qualified ECE Engineers who follow ISO standard quality checks on every product before it is ready for shipment.
Now get a specially designed AV to learn and assemble the project on your own. You get an AV, an actually assembled project and a complete set of tools to assemble one by yourself, if you really want to learn!
Unmarked and ready-to-submit supporting documents and notes so that you do not spend unwanted time on creating unnecessary documents and can rather focus on practically working on your project. Just write your name and submit the papers that come with the project and you’re done.
A detailed VIVA Q&A notes to prepare you not just for VIVA but also your campus interview.
I am sure that you’ve understood by now that this DIY project model is not just a great learning experience but also a necessity that assures your success in the final year of engineering. I would like to offer you a great deal - one that will give you free access to Rs.5000 worth of learning materials and easy-guide tools that will help you successfully sail through not just your project, VIVA and final exams but also with interviews and in your professional careers.
Here’s what you get additionally for free!
But like all good things, even our stock of pre-assembled models is quickly running out. We only have 10 Units of this project model left in stock - So order yours before it’s too late!
The main objective of this project is to develop a device for wireless power transfer. The concept of wireless power transfer was realized by Nikolas tesla. Wireless power transfer can make a remarkable change in the field of the electrical engineering which eliminates the use conventional copper cables and current carrying wires.
Based on this concept, the project is developed to transfer power within a small range. This project can be used for charging batteries those are physically not possible to be connected electrically such as pace makers (An electronic device that works in place of a defective heart valve) implanted in the body that runs on a battery.
The patient is required to be operated every year to replace the battery. This project is designed to charge a rechargeable battery wirelessly for the purpose. Since charging of the battery is not possible to be demonstrated, we are providing a DC fan that runs through wireless power.
This project is built upon using an electronic circuit which converts AC 230V 50Hz to AC 12V, High frequency. The output is fed to a tuned coil forming as primary of an air core transformer. The secondary coil develops a voltage of HF 12volt.
Thus the transfer of power is done by the primary(transmitter) to the secondary that is separated with a considerable distance(say 3cm). Therefore the transfer could be seen as the primary transmits and the secondary receives the power to run load.
Moreover this technique can be used in number of applications, like to charge a mobile phone, iPod, laptop battery, propeller clock wirelessly. And also this kind of charging provides a far lower risk of electrical shock as it would be galvanically isolated.
This concept is an Emerging Technology, and in future the distance of power transfer can be enhanced as the research across the world is still going on.
"I live in Hyderabad, a place that is known for engineering colleges. Went with frnd and bought a set from Ameerpet(tht hs rdymade stuff like this) and it failed just b4 viva. Thats when we got this thx to a senior who is sorta like a geek.. and let me tell u.. Its one reason why me and my frnds got thru the final sem. Works great and is useful too later.. "Ravi Teja
"A must-buy. It helped me practice in real time and learn how to make a project by looking at an actual workable unit. (fyi - you get a fully built unit and another full set of components to build another by yourself) so it was great value for us. We shared the costs by 3 (our team for the project) but i got to keep my unit as the other two kept the original. Showed it for my on-campus and got thru too becuase it not just looked neat and profesionally bt worked great later. (still have it in my room, now working with GE in Bangalore) "Anusha
"We have used it for our institution - it is available in lab and has been good for explaining various models in live during class. Strongly suggest every college dept to have it for labs as it is working well - even with regular use at lab for more than 1 year. Note:We got the unit complementarity before launch in 2014 and have later purchased few batches. The team behind it is professional and know what electronics students need and i am writing this review on their request on 13/05/2016"Mr. Ramesh Kumar Jha
Wireless power transfer is transferring of power wirelessly, using mutual induction of 2 coils in HF.
The project follows the concept of using inverters with high frequency transformers to generate AC signal of higher frequency.
Yes, power can still be transferred.
Yes, a maximum of 100 white LEDs can be used.
Based on Resonant frequency, calculating the capacitor value on measured coil inductance is available in the documentation provided with the project.
A small LED load and a fan can work together.
F=1/2Pi*sqrt (L*C)-(http://www.1728.org/resfreq.htm) Example At F=40 KHz , For resonance -C=0.13uF is in series with the coil of about 117 uH.