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Design for Real Temperature and Moisture Analysis on Battery Bank and Nobreak

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.6, No. 11)

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Page : 386-389

Keywords : Nobreaks; Automation; Battery Bank; Arduino.;

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Keeping track of the temperature and humidity of the nobreaks and battery bank locations helps to prevent loss of equipment life. Although equipment that makes measurements and controls on site is currently available, it is difficult to use techniques for temperature and humidity control in real time. This article implements and describes a temperature and humidity meter along with an automation system for real time verification of the nobreak and battery bank for industrial use. This design is used as an important tool in temperature monitoring with the purpose of avoiding the reduction of equipment life causing higher maintenance costs. Temperature and humidity meters were used to carry out the project, an arduino responsible for sending the data captured by the sensors to the database, and a web system that shows the data sent by the arduino in real time. The data obtained through the developed prototype were verified and compared in order to observe possible temperature changes in industrial environment. The measurements were compared to the temperatures indicated by the product manufacturer. With this it was attested that the prototype stored the temperature and humidity data and subsequently sent it to the web system correctly allowing thus a real time analysis of the temperature and humidity in which the equipment is submitted.

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