Abstract: This study takes a low-cost, all-encompassing approach to the issue of water quality monitoring for both consumer sites and drinking water distribution networks. We intend to construct sensor nodes for on-the-spot pipe monitoring, calculation of water delivery, and water quality measurement. Multiple in-pipe electrochemical and optical sensors make up the principal sensor node, which places a focus on cheap cost, light weight implementation, and reliable long-term operation. This method enables a sensor network method for delivering spatiotemporally rich data to water customers, water businesses, and regulators and is ideal for large-scale deployments. A sensor array is constructed based on chosen characteristics, together with various microsystems for equivalent signal conditioning, processing, and logging.

Keywords: IoT, NodeMCU ESP8266, Arduino, pH sensor, TDS sensor, Solenoidal valve.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2023.12627

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