Monitoring and Control System for Industrial Parameters Using Can Bus

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Volume-9 Number-10                          
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : SargunaPriya.N , Jothi Mani.M , Amudha.P


SargunaPriya.N , Jothi Mani.M , Amudha.P. "Monitoring and Control System for Industrial Parameters Using Can Bus", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V9(10),479-484 March 2014. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group


In modern industrial production, the working temperature change reflects the operating status of equipments and change of many physical characteristics. So the temperature is an important parameter, which needs to be monitored. The workers can make right judgments and operation by a temperature monitor. The embedded microcontroller is used as a CPU of the system. The system realizes the real-time remote data collection monitoring and storage through the CAN bus protocol. In the industrial monitoring field, the parameters are sensed by the respective sensors and are monitored by the individual microcontrollers. Finally, the values are displayed with the help of individual LCD displays. All the parameters such as temperature, pressure and water level are sensed by the sensors and their respective codes are installed in the PIC microcontroller. The microcontroller is connected to the PC through CAN bus and the output will be displayed in that PC with the help of RS232 serial communication. The system platform can be applied to certain equipments of the power system, intelligent industrial remote monitoring, intelligent furniture monitoring, intelligent warehouse monitoring and so on. The system is reliable and stable. It is the most effective and most economical means of equipment safety monitoring. So it has very good social prospects.


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CAN bus protocol, Control, Microcontroller, Monitor, Sensors.