Author : Sukte Sandip Prakash 1
Date of Publication :21st August 2021
Abstract: COVID pandemic has influenced human life in various sectors. Various attempts were made to reduce the virus transferring by work from home, social distancing, and also including hand hygiene. So far, most of the available hand sanitizers do not operate automatically. We aim to make an automatic hand sanitizer where soap and water can come out automatically.. The infrared (IR) will sense the presence of heat and motion of the object with the distance up to 50mm. It sends data to the Arduino UNO to activate the pump. If the IR sensor detects the distance of water to, he sensor 35 cm it will send data to node MCU that connect to Blink server. It can transfer the data to the output devices. The results of the hand sanitizer testing that the system can run smoothly with a minimum detection error of transferring data.
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