IJMTES – DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FULLY AUTOMATED PLANT FOR TNCSC

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

Author’s Name : M.Hirfana Nachiya | M.Priyadharshini | P.Jenifer | T.Karthika | A.Dhivya  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 08 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 9-13

Abstract – This paper investigates tamilnadu civil supplies corporation (TNCSC) to designed fully automated plant to storing the paddy properly, in which RFID is used to find the details of the particular farmer. And it will be acknowledge through LCD display. Then the paddy is transfer from bunker one to bunker two. Where humidity sensor is placed to detect the moisture level of the paddy. If it is good it’s directly divert to selection stage. Else it is diverting to bunker three .In this we use air pre heater to dry the paddy and it’s bring back. The master storage system used level sensor to calculate the quantity of the product. . GSM is used to send message about all specification such as weight cost of the paddy to the corresponding farmer. 

KeywordsAutomated plant; PIC16F877 microcontroller; GSM.SIM900module; RFID; sensors; Gearmotor 

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