轉換器(Buck-boost converter)結合LED 驅動電路，且此
The thesis presents the design and implementation of an insect trapping system with solar energy fed LED. The proposed system consists of a photovoltaic module, an LED lighting module, a bidirectional buck-boost converter,
and a battery. Some insects are attracted by particular wavelengths and colors, so identifying the particular wavelengths and colors of insects’ preference can reveal the critical factors for developing traps. The features of the
LED include low power consumption, long-lasting life, fast response, and compact, so it is used for the light source of an insect trapping system with solar energy fed LED. The bidirectional buck-boost converter integrates a charger/discharger and a driver circuit of LED lighting-module, which can fulfill maximum power point
tracking charging control, constant voltage charging control, and LED drive control. In addition, a digital signal processor (TMS320LF2407A) is used to control the system.
In the end, experimental results are provided to verify the theoretical analysis and design procedure of an insect trapping system with solar energy fed LED.