Design and Implementation of Wireless Environment Monitoring System

Mr Bhoyar D B, Mr Mudegaonkar, Ms Mohod, Ms Kamble
2016 unpublished
This paper describes the development of a sustainable power source that can supply sufficient power to wireless sensors in remote locations while requiring less maintenance and low costs. The soil energy is utilized by Microbial Fuel Cell. The soil with microorganisms can produce energy when they are attached with two electrodes, one positive and another negative electrode. This leads to flow of electrons contributing to electricity. The electricity is then utilized to Electronic circuit
more » ... onic circuit consisting of microcontroller and the humidity and temperature sensors are attached to it to read out the values of temperature and humidity on PC by using ZigBee Transceiver. KEYWORDS Soil energy, wireless sensor, temperature sensor, humidity sensor, integrated circuit. Microbial fuel cell.