IR RBG LED Strip Arduino Controller
Full build and instructions on [Youtube Video] or [Instructables.com]
AxH is an Italian Community of homebrewing passionates.
AxHTherm is a smart device born to help home brewers to take control of their fermentation chambers.
It allows to define temperature steps, temperature ramps, and gravity set points to guide your fermentations!
You don't have to be nearby your fermentation chamber anymore! With AxHTherm you can remotely manage your fermentations, and trac...
A ESP-12 IoT controller for RGB LED Stripe 5-12V.
3+1 channels through MOSFET, PWM and dimming functionality.
The MOSFETs can be replaced by NPN Power transistors (input resistors are as THT parts placed, the 10k pull down's not needed.
The 4th channel is a Logic level up-converter (3.3V->5V). Driven by a 2N7002, can be replaced with BSS138 or similar. Note that it's is a very small power output...
> I got a lot of messages about the project, or the code, but the situation was I put the project on hold for a while, when waiting for parts to arrive, then modified multiple times without documenting etc... the project got finished working well, heat up quickly, but when I have time I will make a fully documented mark 2 version.
# arduino-tonestack-controller #
Control Tonestack with an arduino.
This project is also [hosted on EasyEDA](https://easyeda.com/dunnomix/ArduinoPedalBoard)
Warning, still under development.
## How to use with tonestack # #
## How to build
See the [schematics folder](./schematics/)...
Aim : To design PIC16F877A based Temperature controller, LM35 as Temperature Sensor, A pot reference set point adjustment. LCD to display Current Temperature, Reference Temperature and status of the output.
Software : MPLAB IDE.
Code : Assembly language(under development...).
4 steppers direct ESP32 GPIO and 2 via I2S shift register
shift register PWM for 4 mosfet, 4 servo outputs
mixed voltage: two power rails
current and voltage monitor for two power rails and IC power
all parts available through lscs.com
I2C OLED and output for TFT+touch
This is a basic firework launch controller based around an arduino nano/ micro. It can also be used to controll any dc appliance in a timed sequence, up to 24A/10A. The boards are designed with osome costumizability, as it is'nt a completeed project (there will more then likely be a v3.0) and has a lot of unused pins on ics and connectors.
maualy fire any channel
Seconsor controlled relay to be used for pump, main switch etc. S1 switch to be replace by magnetic water sensor (sump), photocell etc. For sump (drain pump) a timer might be needed to delay the start. This depends on the lenght of the sensor.