HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

Programmable School Bell System

Caryll Jane A. Binas | Irish May Kristine E. Candari | James Amir P. Dandoy | Ashari P. Datuhanon | Jake M. De Mira | Jofferson M. Gadia

Discipline: Engineering



This study aimed to build an automated bell system for the University of the Immaculate Conception, Bonifacio Campus, to operate easily school time scheduling. This study sought to address the following issues: (a) automation, manipulation and operation of the device and (b) capability of the device to set shortened and adjusted periods.

The methods employed were the experimental development and descriptive approaches. Eight evaluators were asked to assess the functionality of the programmable school bell system.

Findings revealed that the device was satisfactory in its automation, operation and capability functions.