Design and Implementation of an Automatic System for the Monitoring and Monitoring of a Prototype Refrigeration Plant with Parallel Compressors

  • Elsy del Rocio Villamar GarcésEmail author
  • Jorge Luis Gonzalez Murillo
  • Jacinto Gabriel Lino Sánchez
  • Monica Karina Jaramillo Infante
  • Oswaldo Villamar Chele
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1099)


The present article shows the design and implementation of an automatic system for the controlling and monitoring of a prototype refrigeration plant with parallel compressors. The Importance of carrying out this work is to Maintain the adequate temperature in the showcases and in the cold storage rooms, in this Way to Provide a solution to the demand With Which the supermarkets have a system Whose function is to preserve the quality of the product for the consumer, in Addition to Take Control and monitor Efficiently through a PLC, screen and other HDMI devices. The first resource will be the identification of the system through the acquisition of data Which leads to the problem, with the aim of optimizing the temperature control of the products and extracting the heat from an automated and truthful plant.


Plant monitoring Refrigeration PLC Temperature Compressors 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.State University Santa Elena Peninsula (UPSE)Santa ElenaEcuador
  2. 2.Instalaciones y Mantenimiento El Termico S.A. TermidigilGuayaquilEcuador

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