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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ilia Agapov
Temperature Control System Based on Digital Sensor
2017
This graduation thesis contains description of a universal and cheap temperature control system (TCS). The core of the system consists of a number of digital detectors with integrated digital-to-analog converters (DAC), measurements module and a PC for indications graphical representation. The work consists of practical and theoretical parts.

The first, theoretical, part gives comparative analysis of existing and popular TCS’s and their components. This analysis is then used to choose proper elements to develop aforementioned cheaper and more universal alternative. Furthermore, an explanation on how each part works and core principles of the system as a whole are given within this chapter.

The second part is split into two lesser parts, where the first one is the development of a measurements module. This module includes microcontroller connection scheme for digital devices with a program integrating the whole TCS. The second part is creation of a graphical user interface (GUI) using several development environments and programming languages. This GUI is capable of showing the data from detectors, while also keeping the statistics of temperature measurements. Furthermore, it’s capable of alerting the user if critical temperatures are detected.

This work consists of 71 pages, except title page, technical task, implementation schedule of this graduation thesis, abbreviation list, bibliography and annex. Number of Illustration which is used to present working capacity, is equal to 11 and 1 table. This work is containing 23 references in bibliography.

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