HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

JCNCR Fish Feeder System

Romeo Carl A. Arceño Iii | Jeanie F. Belmonte | Naraida U. Batara | Connie M. Castro | Cecil C. Delute

Discipline: Engineering



This study aimed to design and construct a stand-alone fish feeder system. It consisted of a clock that could be set for the time of fish feeding and the length of time that it would take.

Experimental development was used to establish the functionality of the system and this was followed by a descriptive approach to test the practicality and efficiency of the device through the assessment of purposively chosen evaluators.

Findings showed that this device was effective for lessening the use of manpower for fish feeding. Thus, this device was identified as a reliable instrument for fish industries because of its functionality and accuracy.