Dayanti, Anitasari Putri (2019) RANCANG BANGUN SISTEM PENGERING GABAH MENGGUNAKAN SENSOR SUHU DAN KELEMBABAN BERBASIS ARDUINO. Tugas Akhir thesis, University of Technology Yogyakarta.

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ABSTRACT Indonesia is an agricultural country. Grain is one of the most important food commodities in Indonesia, so it requires serious handling to reduce grain shortages due to post-harvest handling errors. One treatment that needs to be considered is the grain drying process. Manual grain drying process often experiences many obstacles starting from weather and inadequate places. In this research, a more effective grain dryer will be designed without having to depend on sunlight in other words; it can operate inside the room. This tool can activate the dryer automatically based on input values in the form of temperature and humidity. This tool is also equipped with a player using AC motor dynamo as a driver. This motor operates manually. This study uses an Arduino Nano microcontroller, DS18B20 temperature sensor and capacitive soil Moisture humidity sensor. The test results show that grain dryers have been made more effective in drying grain compared to manually. The grain dryer has successfully dried the grain in approximately 120 minutes with measured temperature and humidity values in a row of 690C and 14%. While drying grain manually within 120 minutes and humidity of 600C and 30% (unhulled grain). The result of dryer test on the tool shows that the difference in temperature and humidity values for the tools made with natural drying is 950C and 89%. = 600C and 15% this shows the dryer works well. Keywords: Grain, Dryer, Arduino.

Item Type: Thesis (Skripsi, Tugas Akhir or Kerja Praktek) (Tugas Akhir)
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Fakultas Sains Dan Teknologi > S1 Teknik Komputer
Depositing User: Kaprodi S1 Sistem Komputer UTY
Date Deposited: 11 Oct 2019 02:12
Last Modified: 11 Oct 2019 02:12
URI: http://eprints.uty.ac.id/id/eprint/3467

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