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Microcontroller based Automatic Green House Effect Control System for Artificial Vegetation Environment Creation.

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Project Description

It is used to measure the various parameters like Temperature, Humidity and Light and to display them on an LCD and accordingly control the devices in the field which control such parameters Greenhouse monitoring and controlling project is used to measure the various parameters like Temperature, Humidity and Light and to display them on an LCD. Temperature, Humidity and light are sensed by respective sensors. Sensor output is amplified and given to ADC. Microcontroller controls these parameters and keeps them at some predefined levels using relay interface. Values of temperature humidity and light are sending to a computer through serial port. These values can be displayed or plotted on PC using MATLAB.

Modules Used
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Microcontroller 8051 Family
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Buzzer for Beep Source
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Display Unit (Liquid Crystal Display)
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Relay Driver (Auto Electro Switching) using Optoco
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Regulated Power Supply
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Analog to Digital Converter (ADC 808/809)
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Moisture Strips
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Temperature Sensor (LM-35)
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