Foot Step Power Generation using ESP32

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Foot Step Power Generation using ESP32

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Foot Step Power Generation using ESP32

In this project, we are using a piezoelectric module to the generator power and the power should be stored in the battery. we are using a more piezoelectric module to create power by footstep and we have a lot of methods for generating power using piezoelectric. The piezoelectric generates an electric charge in response to applied mechanical stress. The mechanical stress is converting into electrical energy the energy is stored in the battery to use the generated power in electrical appliances without storing the energy we can’t use the generated power in these methods. The piezoelectric module power generating range is 10mV to 100mV. Piezoelectric energy also is known as the piezo effect, is that the ability of certain materials to generate an AC(alternating current) voltage once subjected to mechanical stress or vibration, or to vibrate once subjected to an AC voltage, or both. the foremost common piezoelectric material is quartz. PZT could be a crystalline material that contains lead, zirconium, and Ti, and is that the best electricity material well-known. Still, creating it into nanowires needs a decent catalyst and that they haven’t found it yet. And we are using to display the voltage value of battery form battery get the stored voltage and we connected the regulator power circuit in the battery. We get the mobile phone charging point. This process is done by ESP32 microcontroller.

Hardware used

  • ESP32
  • 12V Battery
  • Voltage Sensor
  • 16*2 LDC Display
  • Piezoelectric Sensor
  • Charging Point

Software used

  • Arduino IDE
  • Embedded C

Additional information

Weight 1.000000 kg

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