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    Title: 花卉培植溫室環境控制系統之研製
    Design and Implementation of Glass House Systems with an Environment Control
    Authors: 梁瑞勳(Ruey-Hsun Liang)
    郭義祥(Yi-Siang Kuo)
    Keywords: 溫室
    glass house
    single chip
    environment control
    Date: 2008-09-05
    Issue Date: 2010-02-26 16:42:41 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 花卉培植溫室環境控制之目的在於提供花卉生長之有利
    The purpose of the floriculture glass house is to provide a
    better environment for culturing flower. The irrigation utility,
    light-cover net, and fans are used to help artificial floriculture
    more effectively. In order to help floriculturists, a convenient,
    cost-low automatic glass house control system is presented in the
    paper to achieve the automatic glass house control and to solve
    the shortage of manpower. The glass house control system is
    integrated by a single chip AT89S52 to automatize (1) the
    irrigation utility, (2) the temperature control, (3) the illumination
    control, and (4) the crop-spraying system, respectively. Also, the
    remote control is used so as to achieve a better environment
    Relation: 台灣電子電力研討會暨展覽會
    Appears in Collections:[電機工程系所 ] 2008第七屆台灣電力電子研討會暨展覽會

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