HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

Automated School Bell

Tricia Camille L. Bernardino | Henry E. Robillos Jr. | John Leo S. Solido

Discipline: Engineering




The study intended to create an automated school bell system for the University of the Immaculate Conception, Father Selga Campus, for easy school time scheduling operation. This study featured the following functions: (a) automation, manipulation, and operation of the device, and (b) capability of the device to set shortened and adjusted periods.

A two-phase method was employed in this study, namely, experimental development and descriptive approaches. The functionality of the programmable school bell system was tested by seven evaluators.

Findings of the study showed satisfactory ratings regarding the school bell's automation, operation and capability functions.