Rancang Bangun Perangkat Terkendali pada Sistem Kontrol dan Monitoring Lampu Penerangan Jalan Umum Tenaga Surya Menggunakan Wireless Sensor Network Terintegrasi Android

Qomariya, Nurul (2017) Rancang Bangun Perangkat Terkendali pada Sistem Kontrol dan Monitoring Lampu Penerangan Jalan Umum Tenaga Surya Menggunakan Wireless Sensor Network Terintegrasi Android. Diploma thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Dalam 5 (lima) tahun terakhir, PJU Tenaga Surya begitu populer di kalangan pemerintah daerah sebagai alternatif untuk mengurangi biaya operasi khususnya biaya listrik PJU. Namun, PJU Tenaga Surya membutuhkan pemeliharaan yang ekstra agar menghasilkan energi yang maksimal. Seiring perkembangan teknologi, lampu PJU Tenaga Surya yang menggunakan teknologi Komunikasi Gateway yang berfungsi untuk memonitoring dan mengkontrol lampu PJU Tenaga Surya melalui via SMS (Short Massage Service), akan tetapi dari sistem ini memiliki kekurangan dalam hal mengintegrasikan setiap lampu PJU Tenaga Surya, karena dalam mengkontrol on/off lampu PJU Tenaga Surya dengan mengirim SMS untuk satu Lampu PJU Tenaga Surya dan dalam segi biaya untuk device kontrol dan monitoring lampu PJU Tenaga Surya cukup mahal. Untuk mengatasi permasalahan tersebut, dibutuhkan suatu control dan monitoring device lampu PJU Tenaga Surya menggunakan mikrokontroler dengan teknologi wireless yang terintegrasi dengan prinsip Wireless Sensor Network. Pada Tugas Akhir ini telah dibuat miniatur lampu PJU Tenaga Surya yang saling terhubung menggunkan teknologi wireless dan telah dibuat aplikasi kontrol dan monitoring lampu PJU Tenaga Surya secara terpusat menggunakan Android. Hasil pengujian pada sistem menunjukkan keberhasilan komunikasi antara master dan slave adalah 98,98% dengan jangkauan maksimal 60 meter dalam ruang terbuk dan keberhasilan keakuratan sensor arus adalah 98,97% dan sensor tegangan adalah 98,68 % ============================================================================================= In the last 5 (five) years, Solar Street Lighting is popular in local governments as an alternative to reduce operating costs, especially Street Lighting electricity costs. But Solar Street Lighting requires extra maintenance in order to generate maximum energy. Along with technological developments, Solar Street Lighting using Gateway Communication technology that serves to monitor and control the P Solar Street Lighting lamp via via SMS (Short Massage Service), but from this system has a deficiency in terms of integrating each lamp PJU Solar, because in controlling On/Off Solar Street Lighting by send SMS for one Solar Street Lighting and in terms of cost for control device and monitoring Solar Street Lighting is quite expensive. To overcome these problems, it takes a control and monitoring device Solar Street Lighting using using microcontroller with wireless technology that is integrated with the principle of Wireless Sensor Network. In this Final Project has been made miniature Solar Street Lighting that are connected to use wireless technology and has been made application control and monitoring Solar Power PJU centrally using Android. Test results on the system shows the success of communication between master and slave is 98.98% with a maximum range of 60 meters in the open space and the success of the current sensor accuracy is 98.97% and the voltage sensor is 98.68%.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Solar street lighting, Master, Slave, Wireless, Android, PJU Tenaga Surya
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5101 Telecommunication
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK6570_iPhone (Smartphone). RFID
Divisions: Faculty of Vocational > Automation Electronic Engineering
Depositing User: Nurul Qomariya .
Date Deposited: 20 Oct 2017 09:32
Last Modified: 09 Jan 2018 06:55
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/45470

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