Battery Lifetime Analysis of XBee Sensor Using Transmission Power and Period Approaches: A Case of Server Room Monitoring System
Keywords:battery lifetime, ZigBee, Server room, IoT
In the server room, it is necessary to monitor the appropriate temperature for the efficient use of electricity. Especially in hot regions and seasons. For example, April is the summer in Thailand where the temperature is about 35-40 OC every year, but the optimum temperature for the server room is about 20-22 OC. This paper presents the measurement of a wireless temperature system through the use of XBee sensors to monitor the real-time server room temperature. The system consists of an XBee sensor node, Gateway (GW), and IoT cloud server. In addition, the measuring device can use a wireless sensor, it is convenient and easy to install as well.Therefore, when choosing a wireless sensor device, it is necessary to test its performance in terms of both the period and the power transmission of the device. Such parameters affect the battery lifetime. The results of the measurement of the sensor’s energy efficiency measured the voltage drop of the device by adjusting the power transmitter and period of the XBee sensors. These parameters directly affect the battery power output and are expected to benefit users in the future.
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