Abstract: The aim is to build a solar-based pesticide sprayer used to spray the pesticide in the field and can also be used as a multipurpose sprayer. Solar energy is converted to electrical energy by the photovoltaic effect and stored in batteries for various uses. The sprayer's actual field capacity was determined to be 0.14 hectares per hour, giving an average coverage of 1 hectare per day when operating for 8 hours. Other than solar energy, the machine doesn't use any other external sources of power. This model increase spraying capacity by semi-automation process and becomes more economical and eco-friendly.

Keywords: Solar Energy, Agricultural pesticide sprayer, Eco-friendly technology, Multi-purpose system, Charging battery, solar panel, photovoltaic effect.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2022.11711

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