HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

DAC JR Thermometer

Ann Melanie B. Caputolan | Cherry Mae G. Falgui | Jorelyn C. Fel | Dennis G. Kamdon | Ronald B. Roxas

Discipline: Engineering



This study developed a digital thermometer simulated in a computer. The device was designed for companies which needed to monitor the temperature in a convenient manner and to make the work a simple and easy one.

Experimental development and descriptive approaches   were the methods used. Chosen evaluators were requested to assess the device in terms of functionality and practicality.

Findings showed that the device was very convenient and useful in companies because it automatically monitors the temperature.