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Yamato, Mochamad Rizky Rahmadi, Evyta Wismiana, Mochamad Yunus

Judul : IoT based Organic Waste Burner for Wood Vinegar Production
Abstrak :

Abstract - Internet of Things (IoT) technological development through WiFi access has provided a sophisticated service by connecting an object physically or virtually based on information exchange technology. In this paper, the IoT application for controlling the device of burning an organic waste through WiFi access is proposed for processing a wood vinegar. The device for burning an organic waste is configured by burning component, flame sensor, and servo motor which are controlled by an ATmega2560 microcontroller equipped with buzzer and LCD as indicator and triggered through a WiFi module of NodeMCU. The prototype of burning device was realized and tested in the laboratory for experimentation. It has been carried out for 3 times of burning process with the result of wood vinegar of 16.9 ml for the average time of each burning around 10 minutes. The process for resulting a wood vinegar from an organic waste is conducted by using high speed internet access of 72 Mbps through smartphone.
Index Terms—burning device, Internet of Things (IoT), smart- phone, WiFi access, wood vinegar

Tahun : 2018 Media Publikasi : Seminar Internasional
Kategori : Prosiding No/Vol/Tahun : 8708819 / 10.1109/TSSA.2018.8708819 / 2018
ISSN/ISBN : Publisher: IEEE
PTN/S : Universitas Pakuan Program Studi : TEKNIK ELEKTRO
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