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Public Garden Automation

Introduction

The most important problems faced are the misusage of electricity and its wastage. Sometimes due to carelessness of the authorities and the workers lamps are left ON which results in wastage of electricity. Water wastage is another problem which needs to be dealt with. Our project helps to overcome all these problems.

Firstly the Microcontroller around 4.00pm switches on the water supply once to water the entire garden few hours before opening of the garden for public. Next the gate is opened by running the motor which is driven by a motor driver operated by the Microcontroller. At around 6.00pm the lights are switched on depending upon the output of the LDR and the lights remain functional till the garden remains open for visitors.

The garden remains open for about three hours and so around 8.50 pm a buzzer is sounded to indicate closure of the garden and alert the visitors. The gate is then closed at 9.00pm and three of the four lamps are switched off. One lamp is kept on throughout the night. In the morning the remaining lamp is switched off as the depending upon the signal sent by the light dependent resistor to the Microcontroller. These are the step involved in the operation of the circuit and the public garden automation. Microcontroller is used to supervise the actions of all other devices and to control the entire set of operations.

 

Appropriate environmental conditions are necessary for optimum plant growth, improved crop yields, and efficient use of water and other resources. Automating the data acquisition process of the soil conditions and various climatic parameters that govern plant growth allows information to be collected at high frequency with less labor requirements. The existing systems  employ PC or SMS-based systems for keeping the user continuously informed of the conditions
inside the greenhouse; but are unaffordable, bulky, difficult to maintain and less accepted by the technologically unskilled workers.

The objective of this project is to design a simple, easy to install, microcontroller-based circuit to monitor and record the values of temperature, humidity, soil moisture and sunlight of the natural environment that are continuously modified and controlled in order optimize them to achieve maximum plant growth and yield. The controller used is a low power, cost efficient chip manufactured by ATMEL having 8K bytes of on-chip flash memory. It communicates with the various sensor modules in real-time in order to control the light, aeration and drainage process
efficiently inside a greenhouse by actuating a cooler, fogger, dripper and lights respectively according to the necessary condition of the crops. An integrated Liquid crystal display (LCD) is
also used for real time display of data acquired from the various sensors and the status of the various devices. Also, the use of easily available components reduces the manufacturing and
maintenance costs. The design is quite flexible as the software can be changed any time. It can
thus be tailor-made to the specific requirements of the user.

This makes the proposed system to be an economical, portable and a low maintenance
solution for greenhouse applications, especially in rural areas and for small scale agriculturists.

 

 

 

 

CIRCUIT WORKING

 

OUR complete  project is to be divided into  6 sections.

 

Power supply.

 

Sensor signal conditioning

 

Analogue to digital converter.

 

Microcontroller interface.

 

LCD  connectivity.

 

Output interface.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

POWER SUPPLY

 

5 VOLT REGULATED POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT.

 

In this project firstly we use one step down transformer. Step down transformer step down the voltage from 220 volt Ac to  12 volt Ac. This Ac voltage is further converted into DC with the help of rectifier circuit. In rectifier circuit we use four diode. All the diodes  are arranges as a bridge rectifier circuit. Output of this rectifier is pulsating Dc. To convert this pulsating DC into smooth dc we use one capacitor as a filter components. Capacitor converts the pulsating Dc into smooth DC with the help of its charging and discharging effect.

Output of the rectifier is now regulated with the help of  IC regulator circuit. In this project we use positive voltage regulator circuit. Here we use three pin regulator. Output of this regulator is regulated voltage. If we use 7805 regulator then its means its is 5 volt regulator and if we use 7808 regulator then its means that it is 8 volt regulator circuit. In this project we use 5 volt dc regulated power supply for the complete circuit.

 

 

SENSOR’S:

TEMPERATURE SENSOR

In this project we use many sensor’s . Out of these sensor’s one sensor is temperature sensor. Here in this project we use LM 35 as a temperature sensors. LM35 is very accurate and very good sensor to show the temperature in celicus. For body temperature measurement we use IC LM34 sensor. LM35 is a linear temperature sensor. To convert this output for the input of the ADC we use op-amp  current amplifier to convert the signal into 0-5volt dc.Here in this project we use  op-amp op07 ( industrial amplifier ).LM 35 is connected to the pin no 3 of the op-amp via 2.2k ohm resistor. Pin no 2 which is –ve input of the op-amp is set to the reference voltage by 1k variable resistor. Centre point of 1 k ohm resistor is connected to the pin no 2 via 10 k ohm resistor. Positive voltage is also applied to the one shaft of the preset via 3.3k ohm resistor. 4.7k ohm resistor is also grounded from the 1k variable resistor. Pin no 7 of the ic is connected to the positive  5 volt . Pin no 4 is connected to the common ground point. One feedback resistor is connected from output pin to the pin no 2 which is 50 k ohm resistor. So by this way we set the gain of 5 by this opamp. We set the minimum reference voltage by preset ( variable resistor) and when temperature rises then output is also increases with the gain of 5 and connected to the  IN0 input of the ADC.

Temperature Sensor - The LM35

 
        The LM35 is an integrated circuit sensor that can be used to measure temperature with an electrical output proportional to the temperature (in oC)

 

The LM35 - An Integrated Circuit Temperature Sensor

 

SOIL MOISTURE SENSOR.

In the soil moisture sensor we check conductivity of the soil . for this purpose we insert two probes in the field. If the field is wet then conductivity is more and resistance is less. If the field is dry then conductivity is less and  resistance is high. To measure the conductivity we use one NPN transistor  circuit. Emitter of the NPN transistor is connected to the input of adc and collector of the transistor is connected to the positive supply 5volt. Base is biased through positive voltage through 100 ohm resistor in series with the conductivity probe. Emitter voltage is also set by the one variable resistor 10 k. One point of the 10 k ohm resistor is connected to the positive point and  third point of the 10 k ohm resistor is grounded. Centre point of the 10 k ohm resistor is connected to the emitter of the transistor and go though the  input of ADC IN2. As the base voltage is change according the  resistance of the field. ADc input is also change .

 

 

 

LIGHT SENSOR:

In the light sensor we use one LDR. LDR is a light dependent resistor. Resistance of the ldr is depend on the intensisty of the light. As the light on the ldr is change , resistance of ldr is also change. Resistance of the ldr is varies from 1k ohm to 500 k ohm. In full llight resistance of the ldr is very low   below then 1 k ohm and in no light resistance of the ldr is become very high above then 500k ohm.

In this project we use ldr with only one 10k ohm variable resistor. This 10 k ohm resistor is connected to the positive voltage 5volt.

ADVANTAGES

 

·        Low cost

 

·        Reliable

 

·        Portable

 

·        Flexible  due to microcntroller

 

·        Easy to use- system is very easy to understand

 

·        It wil also help in irrigation department for farmers to control temperature

 

 

 

Features-

 

Microcontroller 8051 or PIC controller

 

LCD display

 

Sensors

·        Moisture

·        LDR

·        Temperature

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hardware required-

 

8051 programmer universal kit

 

CRO 20 Mhz

 

Digital multimeter

 

Software required:

 

Keil software- Microvision 2- we will use keil software to compile and

 

simulate  program file. We can write programming code in C or assembly language file

 

 

ORCAD for PCB design 10.5 – we will design layout in ORCAD software.

 

Proteus for simulation 7.4 version- we will use proteus softw

 

 

 

 

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Component COST

 

 

 

 

S.No.

Item

Quantity

Rate/Unit

 Rate(Rs.)

 

 

1

89s52

1

80

80

 

 

2

Temperature LM35

1

120

120

 

 

 

ADC 0804

1

40

40

 

 

 

LDR

1

60

60

 

 

 

PRESET

1

2

2

 

 

 

RESISTENCES 10K

10

0.25

2.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

0

 

 

 

PCB

1

800

800

 

 

 

Crystal

1

25

25

 

 

 

LCD

1

250

250

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Microswitch

4

3

12

 

 

 

battery connector

1

10

10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Push to On Sw

3

12

36

 

 

8

SOLDERING WIRE

1

25

25

 

 

9

SOLDERING IRON

1

120

120

 

 

10

FLUX

1

10

10

 

 

11

CONNECTING WIRE

1

50

50

 

 

12

TR548

2

2

4

 

 

13

TR558

2

2

4

 

 

14

RESISTENCES

20

0.2

4

 

 

15

CAPACITORS

 

 

0

 

 

 

1000µf

2

10

20

 

 

 

100µf

1

5

5

 

 

 

470µf

4

5

20

 

 

16

DIODES

8

1

8

 

 

17

LED

8

1

8

 

 

 

Crystal 12MHz

2

25

50

 

 

18

IC BASE

3

5

15

 

 

 

 

 

 

0

 

 

19

IC 7805 Volt. Reg

2

15

30

 

 

20

TRANSFORMER 9 V

1

30

30

 

 

24

CRYSTAL 3.579545

2

20

40

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

27

PLY BOARD

1

100

100

 

 

28

TAPE ROLL

1

10

10

 

 

29

Copper Clad Board

1

100

100

 

 

30

FeCl3

1

100

100

 

 

31

ZENER

0

3

0

 

 

 

Screws/bolt

2

2

4

 

 

 

OTHER CHARGES

1

1000

1000

 

 

 

Betteies

1

15

15

 

 

 

TOTAL COST

 

 

3509.5

 

 

 

 

Bibiliography;

 

www.rickysworld.com

www.8051project.com

www.atmel.com