Digital measuring equipment of meat water connection with copper electrode sensor based on microcontroller AT89S52
Keywords:ADC, Electrode, Meat water connection, Microcontroller, Sensor
Meat moisture measuring devices can be made using microcontroller AT89S52 based copper electrode sensors. The workflow of the meat content measuring device begins with a copper sensor that detects the level of pork water, the voltage generated by the sensor is passed to the ADC. The voltage received is then converted into digital data in the form of meat content data measured by microcontroller AT89S52. The digital data obtained was then processed by microcontroller AT89S52 and the water content of pork, beef, and chicken meat was displayed on LCD 2x16. The results obtained from three meat samples were pork meat samples of 99.995%, beef samples of 99.994% and chicken meat samples of 99.994%.
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