Photovoltaic charger system for mobile devices using quick charge 3.0 technology.
|Published in:||Engineering, Integration, and Alliances for a Sustainable Development. Hemispheric Cooperation for Competitiveness and Prosperity on a Knowledge-Based Economy: Proceedings of the 18th LACCEI International Multi-Conference for Engineering, Education and Technology|
|Date of Conference:||July 27-31, 2020|
|Location of Conference:||Virtual|
|Authors:||Saul Huaquipaco Encinas (Universidad Nacional de Juliaca, PE)|
Norman Jesus Beltran Castañon (Universidad Nacional de Juliaca, PE)
Vilma Sarmiento Mamani (Universidad Nacional de Juliaca, PE)
Luz Elizabeth Huanchi Mamani (Universidad Nacional de Juliaca, PE)
Romel Isaias Tito Paredes (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, PE)
Richard John Contreras Mamani (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, PE)
Maria Rosa Reyes Molero (Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos, PE)
Alex Pacoricona Apaza (Universidad Nacional de Juliaca, PE)
Abstract:Mobile devices are becoming more popular, but along with their utility users have experienced autonomy problems, most of the companies have resolved this by increasing the capacity of the battery and the problem that this has generated is that the time of charging also has increased; photovoltaic systems have been presented as a way to supply power to these devices, but always using conventional charging systems. The present work implemented a fast charging system using quick charge 3.0 technology to achieve faster and more efficient loading of mobile devices. For this, we experimented with a mobile device charging it with a photovoltaic solar system with quick charge 3.0 technology and a photovoltaic solar system with a conventional charging method of 5V to 2A. The results showed differences of up to 100 minutes in the loading time between one and another technology. Concluding that photovoltaic systems with quick charge 3.0 technology are faster when loading mobile devices.