Design and Implementation of Power Monitoring Practice System

P.-H. Wu, C.-H. Kuo, T.-H. Wu, and P.-L. Wu (Taipei)


power monitoring, graphic monitoring, human machine interface, e-learning, Internet


As a result of advanced technologies in information and networks, power monitoring systems not only benefit efficient power supply, but also instantaneous power control. Furthermore, as computer hardware becomes more popular and software interfaces are more user friendly, graphic monitoring provides not just traditional control interface which uses simple light signals and buttons to display and control. It can easily display texts, numbers, graphics, and other useful contents. It also raises the add-on values of graphic monitoring systems. We use Microsoft Visual Basic (VB) as the tool to develop graphic monitoring software. Our research, integrating teaching contents, current communication, and computer and control technology, focuses on designs of power monitoring systems.

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