Microprocessor Subsystem of the Smart House to Control the Multichannel Irrigation of the Room Plants

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Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Computer Engineering Department
Lviv Polytechnic National University, Computer Engineering Department

This article develops the principles of building an intelligent home microprocessor subsystem to control the multi-channel irrigation of houseplants. The relevance of this topic has also been substantiated. Currently, there is a small number of devices in demand with a comfortable user interface and timer, which allows to adjust the watering at any time of day. The advantages over other available analogs and the need to create a customized system have been investigated. The developed structural- schematic diagram of the irrigation control system of houseplants based on the Arduino Nano microcontroller and a diagram of the algorithm of the subsystem has been proposed and given. As a result, there has been an example of the development of a subsystem that aims to improve and simplify the care of houseplants, which will save time and water resources.

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