In this urban life living it has become a necessity for automating everything. It is also useful when we forget something to turn off and it turns off automatically instead of people going back and turning it off.
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This not only saves time but money too by reducing energy consumption. It is also very comfortable as they will be running automatically without the interaction of humans.
The regulation of temperature is also important. For example, In Large companies where people work for 24 hours and some manufacturing goes on and they need some exact temperature to make the product effective. Even cold storages are to be maintained in constant temperature to store and stop the food from being decomposed.
This project is the prototype in which it regulates the temperature of the room. We are using MCP9700A an analog temperature sensor, 1-ohm cement resistor, DC fan, two-channel relay, and external power supply. The temperature is taken from the MCP9700A sensor and depending on the temperature the Arduino decides whether to power the cement resistors or the DC fan which works as the exhaust by pulling out the whole heat from the room.
Arduino Uno: This is a board consists of a Microcontroller. It has all input and output pins by which we can connect the sensor and get the output from output digital pins. We can load the required program into the board using USB.
1-ohm resistor: This resistor is used to produce the heat. When the temperature of the room is less than the given threshold value it heats up.
MCP9700A sensor: This is an analog temperature sensor used to get the temperature of the specified area
DC Fan: This fan is used to exhaust the heat from the room.
Two-channel relays: This relay is used to control the power flow in two channels by the intervention of Arduino.
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Programming language: C, C++ (for programming Arduino)Kit required to develop Regulating Temperature using Ardunio:
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