Dısplayıng Unınterruptıble Power Supply Parameters Transferred By Wıreless Connectıon

Thesis Type: Postgraduate

Institution Of The Thesis: Gazi Üniversitesi, Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü, Turkey

Approval Date: 2020

Thesis Language: Turkish


Supervisor: İBRAHİM SEFA


In this study, a system including hardware and software has been developed to remotely monitor the voltage, current, frequency, efficiency and power parameters of uninterruptible power supplies that are used to ensure that electrical systems are supplied with a clean and continuous voltage. The ability of FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Arrays) based systems to perform parallel processing takes them one step ahead of microprocessors. Using this feature of FPGA systems, it is not efficient to do it with microprocessors, and the display of UPS parameters with wireless connection has been done practically. First, information about UPS, Bluetooth and FPGA is given, network problems, UPS operating systems and their importance are mentioned. Then the system hardware, software and operation are explained. In the conclusion part, it was ended by making a comparison with the existing systems.The power supply parameters in the study were created as virtual data by the MicroBlaze software based processor configured on FPGA. The FPGA card used belongs to the "Artix- 7 FPGA XC7A35T-1CPG236C" family in the "BASYS 3" card of XİLİNX company. The virtual data created was transferred to the computer where it was viewed with the HC-06 Bluetooth module. Using the Python program on the display device, the data is collected through the Pybluez library and drawn on the screen by PyQt. As a result, monitoring, simultaneous control and transmission of UPS parameters that require more than one operation have been successfully performed using FPGA