It goes down to the second....
Download the software for winblows and check it out.
Ill probably use some application monitoring software on my thin client. If the app crashes It will respawn it, if the client hangs, hard reboot. You could write a web GUI and software so you can see the status of your system. If you had enough space you could put a small LCD on the back side of a door and use that to view dosing information, chem logs, etc.
I like the idea of being able to see all your timer controls at once in a not quite so confusing format. For those that might do noon burst lighting have tons of diffrent things needing to be switched off and on. Also, It will account for DST!
This could work for everything. I did find a cheaper controller board for $17, were waiting on a response about some information..
We hope to order one this week to use on another project, Ill def get a chance to muck with it on my tank though!
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