final year projects for Electrical and Electronics engineering

final year projects for Electrical and Electronics engineering

final year projects for electrical and electronics engineering students

PROJECT: AGRICULTURE FIELD MOTOR CONTROL USING MOBILE

The village is the backbone of our nation. Farmers work hard day and night to deliver very good results on his farm. They know the whole process of how to make a farm, where water for farms, etc. If it’s time to farm, they just stop their current business, then and there, and rush to the farm to start the pump unit for water the plants. PROCORP Technologies provide the final year projects for electrical and electronics engineering students on different types of controllers and processors.

This project provides a better solution for this process. Farmers should not go to the farm to irrigate their fields. It can sit on its current location and start a machine from his territory. Many hardware connection cables are not required to do so. All will be wired and this system is a fully automated product. The GSM mode was used to processes the task of receiving this message with mobile phones and cellular messaging from the head controlling unit. This GSM modem provides a communication interface. It carries a transparent protocol on the network device via a serial interface. Modem wireless modem modem works with wireless networks. The main difference between the two is that the mobile modem sends and receives data through fixed lines while a wireless modem transmits and receives data over a radio wave.

To the motor, GSM modem with the controlling unit will be fixed. If a farmer wants to irrigate his field, he has to start the water pump motor. So he sent a predefined message for the modem from his cell phone. This mobile GSM modem and the microcontroller help on the same. Now it’s the controller operation to enable / disable the machine in accordance with the message received. The 8052 microcontroller was used to do this project. The separate programmer was required to dump the code into the microcontroller.

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