E3S Web Conf.
Volume 125, 2019The 4th International Conference on Energy, Environment, Epidemiology and Information System (ICENIS 2019)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Decision Support Systems|
|Published online||28 October 2019|
Design of Indoor Room Gas CO and SO2 Detection Based on Microcontroller Using Fuzzy Logic
Departmen of Computer Engineering Politeknik Sriwijaya, Jalan Srijaya Negera, Bukit Besar, Palembang - Indonesia
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The incidence of poisoning due to carbon monoxide gas arising from drilling activities on the first floor of a building in the Kelapa Gading beauty clinic in Jakarta resulted in 17 people experiencing poisoning. In this study developing a device on the sensor used to detect CO and SO2 gas, in the air of a closed room using gas sensor MQ 135 and MQ 136. The results of testing the CO and SO2 gas gauges using samples of cigarette smoke and sulfur powder using MQ 135 and MQ 136 sensors with fuzzy rule base logic for motor speed to produce CO and SO2 gas, that obtained a value of 0.233 ppm SO2 gas safe conditions and gas input CO with the sensor obtained a value of 0.513 ppm, the condition is safe so that the output is 49.8 ppm, the condition of the fan blower does not rotate. Whereas when the reading value of 5.0 ppm is very concentrated and the CO gas input with the sensor is 13.8 ppm the condition is very concentrated producing an output of 228 ppm the very danger.
Key words: Gas Sensors MQ 136 / fuzzy logic / Gas CO and SO2
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