Using Temperature and Humidity Wireless Sensor and An Arduino Board to Characterise and Verify Climatic and Thermostatic Chambers on A Webpage According to Standard NF X 15-140

  • Lamkharbach Yassine Hassan II University Casablanca, Morocco
  • Berrada Mohammed Hassan II University Casablanca, Morocco
  • Bazi Fathallaah Hassan II University Casablanca, Morocco
  • Bouamrani Mouna Latifa Hassan II University Casablanca, Morocco
  • Brighal Hajar The Department of Electrical Engineering, National School of Electricity and Mechanics Casablanca
  • Bassiri Mustapha Faculty of Sciences Ben M’Sick. Hassan II University of Casablanca, Casablanca, Morocco
Keywords: Qualification, Climatic and thermostatic chambers, NF X 15-140

Abstract

Environmental controls, especially for temperature and humidity, are essential to maintain the safety, purity and effectiveness of drugs. The measurement of humidity can be particularly difficult and important in climatic and thermostatic chambers (warehouses, ovens, cold rooms, fridges, drying rooms, insulated boxes, etc.).
The old method of monitoring and qualification of climatic and thermostatic chambers requires placing a defined number of recorders, then programming and store them. After that, to examine the values recorded to revolve the status of the climatic and thermostatic chambers, if they are compliant or not-complaint at any time, so all that goes to waste time and efficiency of values.
We can do the monitoring and qualification of climatic and thermostatic chambers; we can verify the status of our chambers compliant or not-compliant, and this in favor to an original system that we developed.
Our system can be used to allow staff to qualify and receive warnings or to autonomously regulate our physical quantities when environmental parameters do not meet specifications.
Our work consists of 3 distinct steps:
1. Collecting data from the sensors;
2.  The transfer of these data to a database;
3. Data recovery through the web page [1].

Published
2021-01-13
How to Cite
Lamkharbach Yassine, Berrada Mohammed, Bazi Fathallaah, Bouamrani Mouna Latifa, Brighal Hajar, & Bassiri Mustapha. (2021). Using Temperature and Humidity Wireless Sensor and An Arduino Board to Characterise and Verify Climatic and Thermostatic Chambers on A Webpage According to Standard NF X 15-140. Iraqi Journal of Science, 82-89. https://doi.org/10.24996/ijs.2021.SI.1.11