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Wireless Remote Control Using RF Technology for Industrial Application (Fault Detection)

Arani Shah, Bhragav Ravat, Dhara Patel, Darshan Dalwadi


Reduction of human efforts has become the essential motto for rapidly rising industries now days. Remote Control Technology has been a leader in innovative applications of wireless Radio Frequency (RF) remote control and telemetry devices. In this technological era as there is rapid growth in the number of industries and the different technologies used there, fault monitoring is a crucial task since the occurrence of one fault will affect the entire functioning of the system as a result of sequential faults; as a remedy here we made the system which not only detects the fault but also finds its solution without much men efforts. One of the main advantages of this system is that it does not require any hard wires or optical fiber cables for the data transmission as well as for fault detection. This paper displays the faults occurred in an industry using RF Technology since each load cannot be monitored manually but wireless way and gives the alert message of the fault on the mobile.


Fault Detection, RF Communication, Encryption, Decryption.

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