An Arduino-based radio interface for older radios including ARINC 410
Project showcase by Cris Harrison
A standard sized pinball machine made using parts from the home store and pinball supply houses. The game play is controlled by an Arduino.
Project tutorial by Bob Blomquist
I have worked on something like this with my home automation system. But I started with the Thermometer itself as can do better than the Nest. I take control of 3 things in my house.
1. Temperature settings (heats and cools automatically.
2. Humidity settings with Zigbee comm to my Dehumidifier ( this empties its tank automatically.
3. Fan which I want to change the air at a certain rate over time. CFM*time=Air quality.
use of RFID sensor let you know where we are. The main interface is with a 20" touch monitor and resembles LCARS from Star Trek. The Thermometer also has a 4x4 LED/touch running from a Ti LaunchPad.
I would like to incorporate your vents, which is a great idea but I would also get feedback from the motor to indicate the position of the vents.
you did yourself proud! One thing I noticed is that on your "bus bar" to make your life easyer, you have forgotten got to make labels for the bus. With all the wire it's going to be a pain to troubleshoot in a few years.
P.S. I'm working on a flight simulator where everything is documented and labeled. :)
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