Energy Monitoring System Berbasis Web
Keywords:energy monitoring system, Modbus, MySQL, PHP
Government through the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) encourages the energy savings at whole buildings in Indonesia. Energy Monitoring System (EMS) is a web-based solution to monitor energy usage in a building. The research methods used are the analysis, prototype design and testing. EMS
consists of hardware which consists of electrical sensors, temperature-humidity sensor, and a computer. Data on EMS are designed using Modbus protocol, stored in MySQL database application, and displayed on charts through Dashboard on LED TV using PHP programming.
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