Pemantauan Suhu dan Deteksi Gerak Obyek Berbasis IoT pada Ruang Server Menggunakan Thinger.IO

Muhammad Amin Bakri, Muhammad Farhan, Aeri Sujatmiko, Annisa Firasanti

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Server memiliki peran vital dalam kelangsungan bisnis. Oleh karena itu, parameter ruang server seperti suhu dan kelembapan penting untuk dipantau untuk kepentingan pemeliharaan. Berbeda dengan penelitan sejenis terdahulu, penelitian ini bertujuan merancang sistem pemantauan suhu dan kelembapan, serta deteksi gerak objek pada ruang server secara real-time dengan memanfaatkan aplikasi Thinger.io. Metode perancangan perangkat pemantauan ruang server dibangun dari satu microcontroler, satu sensor suhu dan kelembapan, serta sensor gerakan obyek dan kamera. Luaran dari sensor diproses oleh Node MCU sebelum dikirim ke internet menggunakan Thinger.io. Selanjutnya, data hasil pemantauan tersebut ditampilkan di browser dan smartphone. Hasil pengujian menunjukkan bahwa perangkat pemantauan yang telah dirancang memiliki kinerja yang baik. Pembacaan suhu yang dikirimkan Thinger.io ke internet melalui browser dan smartphone memiliki selisih 0,39°C. Sementara pengiriman notifikasi peringatan suhu di luar standar berhasil dikirimkan via email dan pesan telegram. Pengiriman notifikasi adanya gerakan objek juga berhasil dikirimkan via email serta pengiriman foto objek terdeteksi melalui telegram bot. Waktu pengiriman notifikasi adalah 13 detik untuk email dan 23 detik untuk telegram bot.

 

The server has a vital role in business continuity. Therefore, server room parameters such as temperature and humidity are important to monitor for maintenance purposes. In different to previous similar research, this study aims to design a temperature and humidity monitoring system and detect object motion in the server room in real-time using Thinger, io application. The design method of the server room monitoring device is built from a microcontroller, a temperature and humidity sensor, an object movement sensor, and a camera. The output of the sensor is processed by the Node MCU before being sent to the internet by using Tinger.io. Furthermore, the monitoring data is displayed in browsers and smartphones. The implementation results show that the device that has been designed has good performance. The temperature measurement that Thinger.io sends to the internet via a browser and then smartphone has a difference of 0,39°C. Meanwhile, the sending of temperature warning notification outside of the standard was successfully sent via email and telegram massage. Notification of objects was also successfully sent via email and photos of detected objects were sent via telegram bot. Notification delivery time takes13 seconds for email and takes 23 seconds for telegram bot.


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pemantauan ruang server; deteksi objek; internet of things; thinger.io

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15575/telka.v8n1.74-81

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