Automatic Night Lamp with Morning Alarm


Automatic Night Lamp with Morning Alarm System is a simple yet powerful concept, which uses transistor as a switch. By using this system manual works are 100% removed. It automatically switches ON lights when the sunlight goes below the visible region of our eyes. This is done by a sensor called Light Dependant Resistor (LDR) which senses the light actually like our eyes. It automatically switches OFF lights whenever the sunlight comes, visible to our eyes and activates the morning alarm.

By using this system energy consumption is also reduced because nowadays the manually operated street lights are not switched off even the sunlight comes and also switched on earlier before sunset. In this project, no need of manual operation like ON time and OFF time setting.

LDR and transistor are the main components of the project. The resistance of light dependant resistor (LDR) varies according to the light falling on it. This LDR is connected as biasing resistor of the transistor. According to the light falls on the LDR, the transistor is operated in saturation and cut off region.  This transistor switches the relay to switch on / off the light.

This project uses regulated 12V, 750mA power supply. 7812 three terminal voltage regulator is used for voltage regulation. Bridge type full wave rectifier is used to rectify the ac out put of secondary of 230/18V step down transformer.




  • Highly sensitive
  • Works according to the light intensity
  • Fit and Forget system
  • Low cost and reliable circuit
  • Complete elimination of manpower
  • Can handle heavy loads up to 7A
  • System can be switched into manual mode whenever required


  • Bed Rooms
  • Hostels and Hotels
  • Balcony / stair case / parking Lightnings
  • Street lights
  • Garden Lights

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2 Responses to “Automatic Night Lamp with Morning Alarm”

  1. cyrell catequista says:

    can we use solar power to supply the Circuit?

  2. Dharani says:

    can you plz post the circuit for this project as soon as possible….

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