P18419: Hydroponic Monitoring System
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Subsystem Build & Test

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Team Vision for Subsystem Level Build & Test Phase

Imagine RIT

Team vision for Imagine RIT

Test Results Summary

Requirements and Test Plans

Requirements and Test Plans

Water Level

Water Level Test Plan

Water Level Test Plan

Water Level pH
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Dissolved Oxygen Testing

Dissolved Oxygen Test Results

Dissolved Oxygen Test Results

Test Results

The test plan document can be found here

Risk and Problem Tracking

Risk Assessment

Potential Risks

Potential Risks

Problem Tracking

Problem Tracking

Problem Tracking

Problem Tacking Document

Functional Demo Materials

Plans for next phase

Team Member Plans for next phase
Nate
  • 3D print test fixture to hold probes (O2, PH, Temp, EC)
  • Work on equation that relates PH to conductivity to possibly replace conductivity probe
  • Test water flow sensor with big pump
  • Figure out final connections to break out board for optimal use
  • Figure out how to heat test the microcontroller
  • Test relay power strip with water level sensor to ensure accuracy
Thierno
  • Help cutting and drilling ( week 7)
  • Collect and analyze Data for optimization (1 hour)
  • Try sensors with test breakout box (2 to 3 hours)
  • Do more testing
Ray
  • Finalize decision on electric box purchase.
  • Figure out placement of the air pump.
  • Mock up physical wiring design (length) for the sensors.
  • Assist with sensor testing.
Kevin
  • Complete prototype (waiting on upgraded pump)
  • Help electrical team with testing of sensors
  • Start growing (basil? or strawberries if possible)
  • Begin actual construction (~>3 weeks, when weather breaks for a weekend)
  • Help electrical team with collecting and formatting data
Jerry
  • Continue to test sensor
  • Start testing protocol for the multiple client scheme
  • Finish writing the software code for the system
  • Test error reporting protocol
Ryan
  • Install the new pump in the prototype
  • Begin to build the full-scale system (Weather Dependant)
  • Purchase the air pump
  • Help electrical team with collecting and formatting data

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