|Yesterday 01:58 AM|
Arduino 1.0.6 support
Hi, the original code for this led lighting was really usefull for me.
I've done some changes to be compactible with new arduino ide 1.0.6 instead of v0023/22
Dont know if anyone has done this but in anex are libraries .
Please check and confirm if it works
Only tested with DS3231RTC
Tanks for all
|01-23-2015 03:02 PM|
Have been playing around with the timer 3 library on a mega but need 3 more channels to do the fading
soooo.... I adapted the timer3 library to make timer 4. Its on pins no 6,7 and 8 on the Mega2560
So would love if someone can test it and give feedback?
Works EXACTLY as timer3... only as timer 4!
Gives three more channels that can fade led's!!
|01-09-2015 05:04 PM|
Hey guys. I've just discovered this thread and am going to try this out in one of my Snake vivariums. Im wondering if any of you have considered using the Timelord/AVR-Libc library which automatically determines the sunrise/sunset time based on your lat/long?
I'm going to have a crack at integrating it myself but my coding skills are limited to say the least...
|08-03-2014 08:41 AM|
OK. Will Try it out
|08-02-2014 06:57 PM|
Why can't you use the digital outputs on your existing arduino board?
|08-02-2014 06:14 PM|
|cvasantrao||Just joined. I already have a arduino controller for my aquarium with light switching on at sunrise and switching off at sunset and moonlight coming on at sunset and switching off at 11 in the night.Found this interesting and planning to add dimming. Can the board design be shared. I am willing to share my code.|
|06-27-2014 04:00 AM|
Unfortunately - the answer is no. The new code doesn't have any provisions in it for a user interface, and my version of the "Typhon" doesn't have a Dallas OneWire connection built in. I'd have to redesign it a bit to break out a digital pin to be used as an input for the temp sensor. My controller does have an I2C connection though. I'd have to do some research as it may be possible to build a small add on circuit board that could convert the temp data over to something readable by the I2C input.
|06-25-2014 07:33 AM|
Can your new code on page 11 be loaded on your custom Typhon boards? Is is possible to add the temp sensor to them?
|06-25-2014 03:35 AM|
Whoa! Anders YOU'RE ALIVE! Glad to see you're back! You've been missed around here for a long time! I've been doing my best to keep this thread alive since it's the only aquarium code that I've ever found that takes advantage of TIMER1 to produce 10 bit dimming. Hopefully you'll get another tank set up and feel the need to tweak your code even further. I know that I'd love it to eventually have independent start times and fade durations for each channel. (hint-hint I can't figure that out on my own. LOL)
|06-24-2014 10:49 PM|
|sink||O2Surplus! You pimp! Love the LCD integration, very nice work. I don't even have a fishtank at the moment, having sold everything off before I moved across the country this month. But I'm contemplating an aquaponics setup in my garage, which would get me back into tinkering with this code again in coming months. In the meantime I'll put a note in the FP pointing people at your more recent improvements! Glad to see folks are still working with it.|
|06-11-2014 11:09 AM|
Good Morning all!!
I must say... what an awesome thread to read here....
thank you all for participating in this project. It is amazing and helpful for the noobs like us.
I have uploaded the code to my Arduino Uno and it seems to be working, except that the time is 20 minutes late....
The main problem for me is the hardware setup....
Can anyone please give me a diagram for the setup to be used in order to work with O2's latest Arduino 1.05.-rev2 software?
The setup I tried was the one for the Typhoon controller but I keep on making a mistake... can anyone please assist?
Typhoon Controller Setup:
|05-13-2014 06:05 PM|
Cheers o2, will give it a go ta
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|05-13-2014 05:43 PM|
Guy- try this version. This one doesn't leave any artifact text in the display.
Just remember to adjust the variables to your liking before you load it.
|05-13-2014 01:21 PM|
Thank you, didn't think of that but will give it a shot :-)
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|05-13-2014 12:19 PM|
I haven't looked at the code, so I can't tell you where to make the change.
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