Pocket-Size Halal Sensor Based on Dielectric Spectroscopy

This project presents the design of pocket-sized halal sensor used to detect lard adulteration in oil using dielectric spectroscopy method. This system will feature the application of Interdigitated Electrode (IDE) connected to Analog Devices’ AD5933 Evaluation Board to measure impedance and a mobile app that acts as the User Interface.

The whole system will be connected using Arduino, specifically Arduino Uno and an HC-06 Bluetooth module. The main motivation of the design is to provide a portable, real-time and accurate lard measurement device which is quite scarce in the market.

Besides that, this project will also focus on the performance of dielectric spectroscopy in detecting lard adulteration. Lard adulteration will be measured using the system designed and the sensor’s performance is measured via FAVORIOT IoT Platform.

Physically, the system consists of the following components:

Figure 1: System components

Figure 2: Mobile app connected to the sensor using Bluetooth. [1] Select device page. [2] Homepage when no device is connected. [3] Homepage when the device is connected.

[Note: This project is being developed by UPM, our FAVORIOT’s University’s collaborator. Article was written by Nurhani Amirah Adenan]

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