ABSTRACT: This research aims to obtain reactor design photocells that can convert light energy into electrical energy space. Room light energy derived from sunlight that comes into the room andfluorescent light irradiation. Photocells reactor using a panel of copper oxide (Cu2O/CuO) ofcalcined Cu plate and filler electrolyte Na2SO4 0.5 N. The design of the geometry of the reactorphotocells covering thickness of the glass pane, the distance between the electrodes, theinterface layer, layer and coating reflector panels, and junction type np used. Reactor photocells1 (R1) and 2 (R2) is identical in geometry to the thickness of the glass panel 3 mm thick reactor15 mm without anti reflector, but the difference at the junction of type n, (R1 = plate Cu; R2 =plate Aluminum) generate 182.82 mW/m2 and 21119644.3 NW/m2. Design R3 (junction-type n = plate Cu) and R4 (junction-type n = plate Al), a panel thickness of 15 cm and has a layer antireflector provide power 214.95 mW/m2 and 24163298.3 NW/m2. Design Reactor 5 (R5 = Cu)and R6 (Al), thickness of 9 mm, the distance between the electrodes 0:30 mm, using anti reflector carbon, giving each the power of 277.36 mW/m2 and 31258420.91 NW/m2. The mostoptimum reactor design is the design of R6 with 2:14% conversion capabilities (Intensity =90.21 foot candles) for the sunlight into the room.
Keywords: Photovoltaic, Reactor, Indoor Lights, Design, Copper Oxide
Penulis: Rahadian Zainul, Admin Alif, Hermansyah Aziz, Syukri Arief, Syukri
Kode Jurnal: jpkimiadd150671

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