HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

Digital Water Meter

Anthony T. Olea | Ruth Amor C. Felix | Greia B. Nuñez | Angelito C. Geraldo Jr. | Geovani G. Mocodompis | Raymond M. Zamora | Dexter P. Bisin | Allan Jade C. Lasap | Sofronio G. Avenido | Arlon C. Gonzales | Jay-ar T. Virtudazo

Discipline: Engineering



This study developed a digital water meter which could limit or minimize the water droplets in faucets and the amount of water consumption in households per month.

This research undertaking used two types of approaches, namely, experimental development method to employ the experimentation and testing part of the device and the descriptive approach to provide the evaluator's assessment of the device.

Results of the study showed satisfactory results regarding the following aspects of the study: (a) capacity of the device to limit water droplet and (b) capability of the device to show the water consumption cost on the liquid crystal display (LCD).