DESIGN OF PROTOTYPE ELECTRICAL FIRING DEVICE SMOKE POWDER BOMB INTEGRATED IN ANDROID

  • Endin Tri Hartanto STTAL
  • Bagus Irawan STTAL
  • Sunarta Sunarta STTAL
  • Atet Saputra STTAL

Abstract

Threats are any businesses and activities, both from domestic and foreign countries which are considered
endangering the Indonesian sovereignty, the territorial integrity of the country, and the safety of the whole
nation. Military threats are threats that use organized armed forces that are judged to have abilities that
jeopardize the country's sovereignty, the territorial integrity of the country, and the safety of the whole nation.
This smoke powder firing system is to utilize the internet network so that to trigger the smoke powder bomb can
be carried out from various places and anywhere the smoke powder weapons ignition can be carried out.
Design and Composite Smoke Powder as a Marine, Air and Ground Defense Sabotage Weapon. This research
is expected to be able to contribute to sabotage cysts and deception of opponents. The main objective in the
design of the building of Smoke Powder as a means of supporting smoke bomb training in a pattern to trick the
enemy. In planning the bomb lighter system uses an electric lighter which is controlled remotely via an Android
phone call. The lighters used are gas stove lighters with 3 Volt dc battery voltage source. So that the
microcontroller device can regulate the flow of current to the lighter, the author uses a transistor that functions
as switching power sources to the lighter. The command for switching resources to a lighter is obtained from the
command of an Android device. The test results show the system can work well, even though the constraints
occur in the system, namely the GSM network which often interrupt.
Keywords : Smoke powder, switching, Android, GSM.

Published
2020-01-31
How to Cite
HARTANTO, Endin Tri et al. DESIGN OF PROTOTYPE ELECTRICAL FIRING DEVICE SMOKE POWDER BOMB INTEGRATED IN ANDROID. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ASRO - STTAL, [S.l.], v. 11, n. 1, p. 174-180, jan. 2020. ISSN 2460-7037. Available at: <http://asrojournal-sttal.ac.id/index.php/ASRO/article/view/214>. Date accessed: 29 feb. 2020.
Keywords:
Smoke powder, switching, Android, GSM