Potted plant protector

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by alper989898
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Science
Subject:
Experiments
Grade:
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Potted plant protector

INTRODUCTION

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PREPARATION

RBG LED COLORS

GREEN - LIGHTRED - TEMPERATUREBLUE - MOISTURE................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................

All houses have at least one potted plant.Unfortunately, these plants has short life.According to my project, I'm searching for how these plants life can extend more? According to sensors like thermistor,photoresistor,and soil probe, we can learn how much, and which need of plant is necessary for living more?

When sensors read data, according to reading data RGB LED starts to represent which need is necessary for plant. Moreover, LCD screen shows the data as a digital data per 4 second.

PURPOSE: To provide longer life for potted plants.PROCEDURE: -First, set up the circuit to breadboard.-Second, connect the necessary connections between Arduino and breadboard.

CONCLUSION

POTTED PLANT PROTECTOR

These sensors give datas of moisture, tempeture,and need of light. Also, these sensors can read right datas because of electric's resistance and how it change from sensor to other sensor. When we took datas,all datas automatically to be moved to Arduino. So, we can see all datas as a digital data with the help of LCD screen.

Moreover, we can indicate what plants want from us with understanding RGB LED's colors.

-Potted plant-Nuts&Bolts-3 piece 10 K Ω resistor-Arduino Uno-Breadboard-Thermistor-Photoresistor-RGB LED-3 piece 330 Ω resistor-LCD screen-Potentiometer

EQUIPMENTS

-Third, connect LCD screen to breadboard and Arduino -Lastly, programming Arduino and upload the codes to board.

Ö.ALPER YAVUZ10/C

http://makezine.com/projects/potted-plant-protector/


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