a Implementasi Wireless Sensor Network pada Industri Pengolahan Limbah
AbstractIn the industrial era, it is now necessary to develop innovations and changes to a more efficient and effective business model. In Pekanbaru City, there is a waste processing company that still uses conventional machinery to process its products. Conventional machines used in the waste processing industry display the engine temperature and pressure during the waste smelting process and need continuous monitoring so that it requires a system that can facilitate the process of visualizing the machinery. The implementation of the wireless sensor network displays temperature and pressure data at the sewage treatment plant and is displayed to Ms. Excel. Data on temperature and mechanical pressure are transmitted to data receivers located in areas far from the production process using a wireless sensor network. The results of data retrieval from wireless sensor network hardware show: in ten data retrieval, the temperature and pressure received by the transmitter unit did not experience data differences with the sensor unit. Temperature and pressure data received by the computer displays temperature and pressure data every two seconds. In ten times the data entering the receiver unit has a delay of Â± 2 seconds the data received is the same as the transmitter unit.
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