IJMTES – AUTOMATIC SELF-POWERING WIRELESS ENVIRONMENT MONITORING AND SENSING THE SOIL MOISTURE USING PUMPING MOTOR

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Author’s Name : P.N.Anbupriya | R.Gomathi  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 07 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 63-65

Abstract – These paper  present the automatic irrigation in agriculture field.To develop an automatic irrigation system which switches the motor on sensing the moisture content of the soil.In field of agriculture ,use of proper method of irrigation is important.The electricity is generated using microbial reaction,self powering wireless environment monitoring using renewable and cost efficient soil energy.The total power consumption  to monitor temperature ,moisture,humidity and pressure sensor using microbial soil reaction.These technology reduce the labour in the agriculture field . 

Keywords— Soil Microbial Power, Temperature Sensor, Humidity Sensor, Pressure Sensor, Rechargeable Battery 

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