This research aims to develop a titration laboratory equipment to be integrated into an IoT system to provide students who lack learning resources under normal circumstances with opportunities to conduct experiments online. Titration is the focus of this work because it is an essential part of high school curriculum. All experimental devices must be resistant to strong acid (pH<2) and strong base (pH>12). The titration device is able to accurately dispense liquid through its peristaltic pump at 5ml, 1ml, 0.5ml and 0.1ml with 5% accuracy. A comparison between titration experiment results conducted with the device and with traditional manual operation shows that the device shows 4.6% error from theory while manual operation error is up to 11.7% from theory. The proposed titration laboratory equipment has successfully demonstrated satisfactory accuracy and is ready for further development into actual implementation.

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