Design and Analysis of IR based Upper Dipper Light Control for Vehicles
The number of vehicles on our roads increases day by day, technology has evolved, but the safety factor must always be taken into account. Now, the vehicles are one day equipped with many security features. One of the main safety features that must be installed is the automatic control of the top bucket of the projector. This function can be used mainly during the night. The eyes of the human being are very sensitive to light, and when the eyes suddenly come into contact with the light after sunset, the cornea in the eye contracts, i. The view is empty and takes some time to restore sight. Many times, when suddenly the vehicle comes forward with the headlight in top mode, the situation blinds the driver's eyes. During this period, the vehicle covers a certain distance, in which case accidents may occur. It is lucky if the person walks quietly in this situation. To overcome this manual immersion problem, an automatic mechanism has automatically immersed the headlight when a situation occurs. This can reduce the number of accidents during the night and allow a comfortable ride. The operating principle, the mode of operation and the design of the PCB are briefly discussed in this paper.
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