Remote Power Control Through LAN

Abstract :-
Power Manager is a remote power management system that can be controlled through a web browser on a local area network (LAN). Devices plugged into Power Manager’s outlets can be turned on or off with the click of a button on a webpage. Power Manager runs on an ATMEGA644 microcontroller and an ENC28J60 Ethernet controller. Together, this embedded system acts as a web server to serve a web page that allows the user to turn on or off the supply of power to the connected devices. The project serves as a fundamental element in a home automation system.

Remote Power Control Through LAN
Remote Power Control Through LAN

Author:- Adam Goudarzi & Jeremy Fein

Source:-Cornell University

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