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Intelligent Sensing, Instrumentation and Measurements by Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

By Subhas Chandra Mukhopadhyay

“Intelligent Sensing, Instrumentation and Measurements” addresses matters in the direction of the advance of sensor nodes for instant Sensor Networks. the basics of sensors, interfacing, strength offers, configuration of sensor node, and GUI improvement are covered.

The ebook can be necessary for engineers and researchers within the box ,especially for larger undergraduate and postgraduate scholars in addition to practitioners engaged on the advance of instant Sensor Networks or shrewdpermanent Sensors.

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This is achieved by using a simple RC circuit, known as filter. 4. 4) R C Vin Vout Fig. 5) and is known as angular cut-off frequency. The signal passes to the output terminal without any attenuation for any frequency below the cut-off frequency. For any frequency above ωc the signal gets attenuated. 7) fc is the cut-off frequency in Hertz (Hz). 707. The students face the situations of designing a simple RC filter very frequently with a known critical frequency. The task is to find the suitable values of R and C to accomplish the filtering performance.

23 shows typical probe of TDR soil moisture sensor. The advantages are: fast response and accurate. But the disadvantage is that the sensor needs calibration which can be tedious and difficult, expensive and they are easy to corrode. Fig. 3 Gypsum Blocks Gypsum blocks use two electrodes placed into a small block of gypsum to measure the soil water tension. The amount of water in the soil is determined by the electrical resistance between the two electrodes within the gypsum block. More water present in the soil will reduce the resistance, while less water will increase it.

R1 1k Amp Vin + Vs 50mV + Gain= 100 R2 4k - Vout Fig. 3 Potential Divider The potential divider circuit is a common technique used for obtaining a reduced voltage. With the proper selection of the resistances any voltage can be obtained which is lower than the input voltage. 3): R1 + Vin - R2 Vout Fig. 3) 32 2 Interfacing of Sensors and Signal Conditioning Where R1 and R2 are the divider resistances, Vin is the input voltage and Vout is the desired voltage at the output. Either of the resistances R1 and R2 used in the potential divider may represent a sensor whose resistance varies as a function of the measured variable.

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