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Weather station monitoring over internet of things (IoT)
Project title : Weather station monitoring over internet of things (IoT)
Domain : Embedded Systems Design
Software : Embedded C, Keil, Proload
Power Supply : +5V, 500mA Regulated Power Supply
Micro controller : ARM7/8051
Display : LCD
LCD : HD44780 16-character, 2-line (16X2)
In the upcoming Internet of Things (IoT), the everyday objects that surround us will become proactive actors of the Internet, generating and consuming information. The elements of the IoT comprise not only those devices that are already deeply rooted in the technological world (such as cars or fridges), but also objects foreign to this environment (garments or perishable food), or even living beings (plantations, woods or livestock). By embedding computational capabilities in all kinds of objects and living beings, it will be possible to provide a qualitative and quantitative leap in several sectors: healthcare, logistics, domestics, entertainment, and so on.
The fundamental aim of this project is to develop an embedded system to design wireless weather monitoring system which enables to monitor the weather parameter in an industry or anywhere by using IoT and display the parameter on the PC / mobile using internet.
The working of this module is simple in principle, temperature, day/night mode(LDR) and rainfall are identified with the help of respective sensors in certain place are being monitored in real time process which is very accurate.
This can be used in an industry and also in different areas where the information can be sent to monitoring station with ease about all conditions. A 16X2 alpha numeric LCD is interfaced to the controller for the purpose of display.
This project uses power supply i.e regulated 5V for modules and microcontroller. 7805 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 230/12V step down transformer.
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