Sistem Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) pada Proses Sedimentasi Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Berbasis Raspberry Pi 3 B

Shiddiq, Hasbi Ash (2017) Sistem Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition (SCADA) pada Proses Sedimentasi Water Treatment Plant (WTP) Berbasis Raspberry Pi 3 B. Diploma thesis, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung.

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Abstract

Air minum merupakan faktor yang sangat penting dalam kehidupan manusia, untuk mendapatkan air yang dapat dikonsumsi manusia dilakukan Water Treatment Plant (WTP). Proses sedimentasi adalah proses yang sangat penting dalam wtp karena air yang diolah untuk konsumsi berasal dari sungai dan waduk yang memiliki persentase kandungan lumpur terbanyak. Pemanfaatan sistem SCADA pada proses sedimentasi untuk mempermudah melakukan pengawasan dan otomasi dapat meningkatkan kualitas air minum yang dihasilkan. Raspberry Pi 3 B digunakan sebagai alternatif yang efektif untuk PLC otomasi proses sedimentasi. Mini Komputer Raspberry Pi sebagai Master Terminal Unit (MTU) atau sentral dari sistem yang berfungsi mengendalikan masukan dan keluaran pada sistem. Sensor photodioda dan laser sebagai indikator besarnya intensitas cahaya yang dipengaruhi oleh kekeruhan air. Relay dan solenoid valve sebagai aktuator pembuang endapan lumpur. Semua elemen dari sistem SCADA tersebut sudah bisa beroperasi dengan baik pada proses sedimentasi Water Treatment Plant (WTP). Besarnya intensitas cahaya pada keadaan normal rata-rata adalah 190.4 0, sedangkan besar intensitas cahaya saat terkena sinar laser yakni dengan nilai terkecil 21.197 A0 untuk sensor I dan 48.856 A0 untuk sensor II. Drinking water is very important factor in human life. To get water that can be consumed by humans, conducted water treatment plant (wtp). Sedimentation process is a very important process in wtp because the water treated for consumption comes from rivers and reservoirs that have the highest percentage of mud content. Utilization of SCADA system in sedimentation process to conduct supervision and automation can improve result and quality of drinking water produced. Raspberry Pi 3 B is used as an effective alternative to sedimentation process automation PLC. Mini Computer Raspberry Pi as Master Terminal Unit (MTU) or central of the system that serves to control the input and output on the system. Photodiode and laser sensors as indicators of the magnitude of light intensity that is affected by the turbidity of water. Relay and solenoid valve as the sludge removal actuator. All elements of the SCADA system are able to operate well in the sedimentation process of Water Treatment Plant (WTP). The magnitude of light intensity in normal state average is 190.4 A0, while the big intensity of light when exposed to light Laser with the smallest value 21.197 A0 for sensor I and 48.856 A0 for sensor II.

Item Type: Thesis (Diploma)
Uncontrolled Keywords: SCADA; Raspberry Pi; Sedimentasi
Subjects: Other Branches of Engineering > Automatic Control Engineering
Divisions: Fakultas Sains dan Teknologi > Program Studi Teknik Elektro
Depositing User: Hasbi Ash Shiddiq
Date Deposited: 18 Jan 2018 01:59
Last Modified: 18 Jan 2018 01:59
URI: http://digilib.uinsgd.ac.id/id/eprint/5414

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