Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : microcontroller


DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF SMART DAY CARE MONITORING SYSTEM

Nivedha. K; Anitha. K; Jayaprakash. D; Sathish Kumar. R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1553-1557

Infant care is an important challenge facing parents today. Recognizing a menace at its initial point would be the finest way of preventing any dangers it may cause. The child being examined is not always in the career’s vicinity. This led directly to various remote baby control services designing and deploying them. This paper explores the advantages and drawbacks of the various control systems built and currently on the market. This article introduces a modern approach to monitor children and infants. The monitor calculates the precise location of the subject in the crib and shows the three separate behaviours, warning that a risky position or action has been detected. These alerts are shown on a computer screen, and on a mobile phone. The device needs a computer that is operated over a display panel or mobile phone using the microcontroller. There is also discussion of the area for future studies on this subject.

Designing and Development of a Low Power Electronic vending machine using PIC 16F877A controller

Manish Kumar; Vinay Kumar Deolia

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 499-505

In this paper we present a Low Power ‘Pay Power’ Automatic Electronic Vending Machine design. A simple coin detection mechanism is employed to detect a coin of a single type and taking appropriate action using a PIC 16F877A microcontroller (switching a 230V power supply in this case).The programming process has been accomplished using standard application MPLAB IDE v7.60. PROTEUS v6.9 is used for simulating the entire system. The mechanical prototype to accept a coin has been ingeniously designed using a rectangular fiber case with metal detection terminals. The PIC microcontroller goes to low power ‘sleep’ mode when not in use there by conserving power. An experimental study at the end of the paper shows the amount of power saved

SMART BILLING TROLLEY USING RFID

LAVANYA P M; KUMARAN. K; SARANYA. G; LAVANYA R; JAYA VINAYAK K E; MADHAN KUMAR R

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 1375-1382

a store or advanced stores could be a place wherever individuals obtain products for his or her regular use. The purchasers have to be compelled to wait in long queues to induce their product scanned exploitation barcode scanner and obtain it billed. To induce the elimination of this, we've planned a brand new ‘Smart tramcar RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)'. This implementation is employed to help an individual whereas searching and additionally to avoid standing in long queues and so in order to saving time. The good searching shopper would accommodate a microcontroller, RFID Reader associate degreed an Electronic shopping assistant. The product within the searching centers can have RFID tags to retrieve/access info regarding it. Once a client places a product within the good tramcar, the RFID Reader can scan the merchandise ID and also the info associated with it'll be hold on in controller. The entire quantity of the product within the tramcar are going to be calculated the Central charge System.

AN IOT BASED AUTOMATED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR PARALYZED PATIENTS USING SIMPLE HAND GESTURES

Dr. M. Mohana; S. Priyadharshini; N. Sowmiya; G.Pavithra Devi

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2681-2686

Paralysis is the inability to move muscles on their own. This is caused as a result of damage in the nervous system therefore the message passing between the brain and the muscles is not proper. Paralysis can be caused due to various reasons like diseases like Parkinsons disease, multiple sclerosis, Guillian Barre Syndrome, stroke, etc. It is also caused by accidents which results in the spinal cord injury or broken necks damaging the nervous system. Our proposed system is to help the paralyzed patient to convey the basic requirements and emergency messages by just moving the finger to display the required message in order for the patient to be motivated as much as possible. It also consists of a buzzer to alert the attender when a message is displayed