Water quality real-time monitoring system
The quality of water varies from place to place depending on the condition of the water source and the treatment it receives. The traditional method for testing turbidity, pH and temperature involves manually collecting samples and sending them to a laboratory for analysis. However, it has been unable to meet the needs of today's water quality monitoring. Therefore, a monitoring system for water quality turbidity, pH and temperature was developed. The system consists of turbidity, PH, water level & temperature sensors, single-chip data acquisition module, information transmission module, monitoring center and other accessories. All-weather automatic detection of water turbidity, PH and temperature under the control of single-chip microcomputer. The microcontroller acquires the data, then processes and analyzes it. The data will be sent to the monitoring center while alerting the public using the IoT environment.
The costs associated with installing and calibrating large distributed monitoring sensor arrays using other technologies are high. Existing techniques will work for specific areas, but not for large systems. It has the advantages of quickness, accuracy, and saving manpower and material resources. The costs associated with installing and calibrating large distributed monitoring sensor arrays using other technologies are high. Existing techniques will work for specific areas, but not for large systems.
Why do we need to pay attention to water quality monitoring?
Drinking water is more precious and valuable to all human beings, so water quality should be monitored in real time. Some water quality testing parameters are temperature, pH, turbidity, conductivity, dissolved oxygen (DO), chemical oxygen demand (COD), biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), ammonia nitrogen, nitrate, nitrite, phosphate, Various metal ions, etc. The most common way to test these parameters is to collect samples manually and send them to a laboratory for testing and analysis.
This method wastes too much manpower and material resources, and there are problems such as limitations in sample collection, long analysis time, and aging of experimental equipment. Sensors are ideal detection devices to solve these problems. It converts sensor information into electrical signals. It can easily transfer the process, transform and control the signal, and has the characteristics of good selectivity, high sensitivity, and fast response. According to these characteristics and advantages of the sensor, the design and development of water quality turbidity, PH, temperature monitoring. Measurements from sensors can eventually be processed by the core controller and sensor data can be viewed on the internet using IoT
water monitor station
The water quality monitoring system equipment is mainly composed of a water quality analyzer, a multi-parameter analyzer (built-in DTU, transmitted via GPS), a water level sensor, a water pressure sensor, and a water pump status monitor. The water quality monitoring system is divided into automatic control system, water sample collection and pretreatment unit, water quality analysis instrument unit, system self-maintenance system, operating environment support system, control and data acquisition and transmission system. The water quality monitoring system controls the equipment and collects data, and realizes centralized monitoring management and centralized data sharing through wireless communication.
Floating Water Quality Monitoring System
The large-scale water quality monitoring system floating station is an intelligent monitoring equipment that can adapt to marine monitoring operations. The floating water quality monitoring equipment can float on the sea for a long time to monitor the water quality environment in real time.Floating water quality monitoring system can be used in water quality monitoring of rivers and lakes, aquaculture, ocean water quality, sewage monitoring and other fields, modular design, free selection, support for custom solar modules, wireless transmission modules.