Abstract :

The benefits of electric vehicles (EVs) include reducing fuel consumption and helping to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution. We are switching to wireless charging solutions for our vehicles. Electric vehicles (EVs) are becoming more and more popular we provide charging stations for EVs. This research aims to create an Internet of Things-based electric vehicle charging and battery monitoring system. We design a wireless charger with a 20 mm distance that charges the battery within the stipulated time and monitors the battery charging and discharging time through the Android mobile. The designed system may track and analyze the Lithium-ion battery properties, including temperature, voltage, current, and cycle of charge and discharge. Also, enhancing the performance of electric car batteries requires regular monitoring and a method for controlling the battery's temperature. Since the batteries are an electric vehicle's main power source, their performance qualities impact the vehicle's lifespan, safety, and mileage. We were able to obtain an output voltage of 5V with 700mA at a distance of 20mm when we applied an input voltage of 12V DC., the design has lower efficiency because the power input is utilized to compensate for both magnetic leakage and continuous loss. The system demonstrates the efficiency of charging stations for future technologies. Android phones are used to monitor battery power through the Internet of Things. Wireless charging systems of different types are now available. Wireless charging technology for electric vehicles (EVs) eliminates the need for physical cables or plugs while charging. The use of magnetic induction allows for the wireless transfer of energy from a charging pad on the ground to a receiver on the vehicle.