Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : PIR sensor


SP. Vijaya Vardan Reddy; B. Sneha; M. Vinothini; R. Vishnu Kritthika; Y. Deepika

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1443-1451

The purpose of this project is to give the farmer a complete irrigation system using the Internet of Things. It may be a challenge to shape a value-efficient automatic irrigation system to scale the waste from backwater. It is important to provide different criteria in order to decide the successful amount of water for plants. The suggested scheme consists of different kinds of sensors with low cost and low power consumption. For example- soil moisture sensor, temperature sensor. The Raspberry Pi is built with sensors to control the opening of the irrigation valve. The phone is used for remote control. Both sensors communicate with The Raspberry Pi. To produce the animal sound and intimate the designated individual using a buzzer and connect with Lora, the sound module is used. The PIR sensor is used for human recognition. Using Lora touch the soil moisture sensor is used to measure the soil moisture level and thus the LCD level view. Additionally, the moisture level value is submitted to the mobile entity accessing the web page.