Penjadwalan Sistem Instalasi Listrik Smart Class Dan Monitoring Beban Berbasis Web Server

Ramadhani, Rizka Nur (2017) Penjadwalan Sistem Instalasi Listrik Smart Class Dan Monitoring Beban Berbasis Web Server. Diploma thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Dalam sebulan ITS menghabiskan puluhan juta untuk membayar listrik. Hal ini dikarenakan tidak efektifnya penggunaan listrik pada ruang kelas. Faktor lain disebabkan kurangnya rasa peduli mahasiswa untuk mematikan peralatan elektronik ketika kelas tidak digunakan. Maka dari itu diciptakan sebuah alat pintar yang dapat digunakan untuk mengontrol peralatan listrik ruang kelas dengan menggunakan acuan jadwal perkuliahan. Penjadwalan pada sistem smart class ini dilakukan melalui web server dengan cara membandingkan pembacaan jam jadwal yang telah di inputkan, terhadap jam web server. Data dari hasil pembacaan dikirim ke mikrokontroler master melalui ethernet shield, selanjutnya master akan meneruskan data ke mikrokontroler slave melalui Power Line Carrier, dimana sinyal komunikasi ditransmisikan melalui kabel instalasi listrik. Selanjutnya mikrokontroler slave akan melakukan eksekusi dari perintah web. Perintah dari web diantaranya melakukan pembacaan RFID untuk sistem login ketika H-1 menit ada jadwal dan logout ketika jadwal telah usai, yang kedua perintah untuk membunyikan buzzer peringatan ketika pembacaan jadwal H-1 menit jam berakhir, dan untuk melakukan perintah mengaktifkan aliran listrik atau menonaktifkan aliran listrik melalui kontrol web. Hasil dari pengujian alat ini adalah dapat mengontrol aliran listrik ruang kelas berdasarkan jadwal kuliah dan monitoring beban melalui web server. Persentase keberhasilan yang di dapatkan dari pengujian alat ini sebesar 96,7%. ==================================================================================================== Within a month ITS spent tens of millions to pay for electricity. This is due to ineffective use of electricity in the classroom. Another factor is due to the lack of caring students to turn off electronic equipment when the class is not used. Thus created a smart tool that can be used to control the classroom electrical equipment by using the reference schedule lectures. Scheduling on this smart class system is done through the web server by comparing the clock reading schedule that has been inputted, to the web server clock. The data from the reading is sent to the master microcontroller via the ethernet shield, then the master will pass the data to the slave microcontroller through the Power Line Carrier, where the communication signal is transmitted through the electrical installation cable. Furthermore slave microcontroller will execute from web command. Commands from the web include RFID readings for the login system when H-1 minutes are scheduled and logged out when the schedule is over, the two commands to sound the buzzer warning when the H-1 minute clock is over, and to enable the power-on or off commands The flow of electricity through the web control. The result of testing this tool is able to control the flow of electricity in classroom based on lecture schedule and load monitoring through web server. The percentage of success obtained from this tool testing is 96.7%.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: RSEO 006.7 Ram p-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: web server, master, slave,ethernet shield, PLC, RFID
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK201 Electric Power Transmission
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5103.2 Wireless communication systems. Two way wireless communication
T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK5105 Data Transmission Systems
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology > Electrical Engineering > (D3) Diploma
Depositing User: Rizka Nur Ramadhani
Date Deposited: 28 Dec 2017 02:24
Last Modified: 06 Mar 2019 02:27
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/47484

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