Gas Leakage Detection and Monitoring Based on Low Power Microcontroller and ZigBee using ARM7 TDMI LPC2148


Gas leakage detection and monitoring through wireless sensor network is considered to be more economical for industries gas leakage. Main purpose of this system model is to avoid damages and safety of gas industry. The entire Control System is based on is based on low power MSP430 microcontroller and Xbee techniques. The sensor node helps in collecting data regarding gas leakage and the particular area of sensor node address is located. The collected information is sent to the monitoring client or user to update the data. Data packets are continuously transmitted from sensor nodes and Communication devices. This system helps to minimizing human intervention and reduces power consumption, thus providing greater performance. This paper focus on overall modeling and design on both software and hardware part to accomplish it.

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