Monitoring Perhitungan dan Pengelompokan Barang di Konveyor Berdasarkan Kode Batang (Scanner Barcode) Melalui LCD

Widodo, Aristawati Dhiyan (2018) Monitoring Perhitungan dan Pengelompokan Barang di Konveyor Berdasarkan Kode Batang (Scanner Barcode) Melalui LCD. Diploma thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Proses distribusi barang di industri berpengaruh dalam proses jual-beli ke masyarakat. Oleh karena itu, dibutuhkan suatu alat untuk membantu proses distribusi tersebut. Sehingga proses distribusi akan lebih menghemat waktu, meringankan pekerjaan manusia, dan dapat meminimalisir adanya human error yang sering terjadi di industri manual. Para pekerja juga hanya perlu memantau proses distribusi tersebut melalui tampilan LCD tanpa harus mengeceknya setiap saat. Konveyor digunakan untuk mendistribusikan barang dari satu tempat ke tempat lainnya. Scanner barcode MCR12 diletakkan di bagian atas konveyor tersebut, sehingga barang yang berlabel barcode ITF-6 ketika melewati konveyor akan terdeteksi. Kemudian, scanner barcode akan mengirimkan data dan mengolahnya di program Arduino Mega 2560 R3. Arduino akan mengaktifkan relay sesuai program dan relay akan mengaktifkan motor pada konveyor, dan konveyor akan bekerja sesuai barcode yang terdeteksi. Scanner barcode MCR12 ini dapat mendeteksi barcode dengan baik dalam jarak 20cm. Posisi yang tepat scanner barcode mendeteksi barcode adalah 90˚ dan 270˚ dalam rotasi horizontal. Keberhasilan scanner barcode dalam mendeteksi barcode dengan tepat yaitu 64%. Dan, waktu rata-rata proses pengelompokan barcode A, B, dan C adalah 18 detik, 32 detik, dan 16,7 detik. Sensor ini tidak dapat terlalu lama bekerja, sehingga seringkali harus memberi jeda agar barcode tetap dapat terdeteksi. Untuk konveyor, ketika pengelompokan barang seringkali barang terlalu cepat atau terlalu lambat berjalan. ========================================================= The process of distribution of objects in the industry affects the process of buying and selling to the community. Therefore, a tool is needed to assist the distribution process. So that the distribution process will save time, ease the human work, and can minimize the human error that often occurs in the manual industry. The workers also only need to monitor the distribution process through the LCD display without having to check it at any time. Conveyors are used to distribute objects from one place to another. The MCR12 barcode scanner is placed at the top of the conveyor, so that the item labeled ITF-6 barcode when it passes through the conveyor will be detected. Then, the barcode scanner will send the data and process it in Arduino Mega 2560 R3 program. The arduino will activate the relay according to the program and the relay will activate the motor on the conveyor, and the conveyor will work according to the detected barcode. This MCR12 barcode scanner can detect barcodes well within 20cm. The exact position of barcode scanners detecting barcodes is 90˚ and 270˚ in horizontal rotation. The success of barcode scanners in accurately detecting barcodes is 64%. And, the average time of the process of grouping barcodes A, B, and C is 18 seconds, 32 seconds, and 16.7 seconds. This sensor can not be too long to work, so it often has to give pause to keep the barcode detected. For conveyors, when grouping of goods is often too fast or too slow to walk.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Additional Information: RSEO 621.867 Wid m
Uncontrolled Keywords: Arduino, Barcode, Konveyor, Scanner Barcode
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General) > T57.5 Data Processing
T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General) > TA1573 Detectors. Sensors
T Technology > TH Building construction > TH438 Construction industry--Management. Project management.
Divisions: Faculty of Vocational > 36304-Automation Electronic Engineering
Depositing User: Aristawati Dhiyan Widodo
Date Deposited: 13 Oct 2020 04:17
Last Modified: 13 Oct 2020 04:17
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/59343

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