The next project will be about the function of e-ink displays and how we can control them with our microcontroller.
Here’s a little graphic foretaste of what’s to come.
Kind regards Edi
AquaGrowing - Hydroponik Control system
The first prototype for the control of an indoor hydroponic system is ready. With hydroponics, various plants such as lettuce, herbs and even flowers can be grown by planting them in a nutrient solution instead of soil. The control system ensures the right lighting and various measured values monitor the growth of the plants. Even a new logo has been designed for the new hydroponic series calledAquaGrowing.
I hope to be able to provide you with the finished system and the kit in the first quarter of 2024.
Have fun and best wishes, Edi
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Garden Wemos kits
This board has two outputs, either with 12 or 24 volts. Three soil moisture sensors and one water level sensor can be connected. One analog input is reserved for connecting an LDR and another for a water level sensor.
Irrigation can be started manually using a button and the current data can be read on an optional OLED display. If no display is used, the functionality of the board can be read via a red-green LED.
A slot for I2C sensors is provided where, for example, a BME280 can be plugged in.