SISTEM MONITORING LEVEL AIR RADIATOR KENDARAAN DENGAN METODE FUZZY
AbstractAlmost every vehicle will need maintenance such as oil change, tire change, water radiator, brake,
engine parts and much more. However, sometimes vehicle owners are less concerned with the
condition of the vehicle and
often ignore the treatment. This can be bad, it can even lead to an
accident. Therefore, the monitoring system is designed to monitor the level of radiator water in
vehicle tanks. The ultrasonic sensor will measure the water level of the radiator in the r
tank. If the water level of the radiator in the tank is low then the pump will automatically recharge
the radiator water and the buzzer will sound faster. The data from the ultrasonic sensor will be sent
to the microcontroller with fuzzy logic. Ve
hicle owners can access information in the form of water
level radiator in the tank via wifi module and wifi router. So the problem of damage to the vehicle
can be overcome quickly, easily, and efficiently.
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