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Journal of Applied Sciences
  Year: 2009 | Volume: 9 | Issue: 19 | Page No.: 3562-3568
DOI: 10.3923/jas.2009.3562.3568
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X10 Protocol Man Machine Interface Implementation using Labview

Rietje Yunaningsih Yuwono

Recently, robbery in an empty house that has been left by its owner has been increasing, but the police and security officers have not yet founded out the solution of this problem. Due to those reasons, in order to reduce the number of crimes, an online home control system has been made. This system was designed to monitor empty houses using electrical network as a transmission media and a PC as a Man Machine Interface (MMI). This study explained about monitoring/controlling a house that used X10 based home appliances, where those appliances used 50-60 Hz of the electrical power network for communication. Meanwhile, the man machine interface that was developed using labview can be utilized to monitor/control the appliances from anywhere within the house. Such as, a motion detector, a door/window sensor, a smoke detector and a light/fan. This study has shown that X10 protocol and the computer as man machine interface has the ability for controlling and monitoring remotely the appliances in the house for the purposes of energy conservation, security and user friendly operation.
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Rietje Yunaningsih Yuwono , 2009. X10 Protocol Man Machine Interface Implementation using Labview. Journal of Applied Sciences, 9: 3562-3568.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2009.3562.3568






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