Thanks! I'll start posting details early next week when I get back in town.I for one would be very interested in more details. I have to say that you have done an amazing job!
Ha! I think Pi might be better for the GUI stuff, but I haven't used one. The Arduino is great for hardware projects, and Pi is great for software ones.you SOB haha. I'm working on a raspberry pi project of similar scope. super cool project you've got going on here!
It's fully functional and running on my desk right now. Every single feature is implemented and works, except the low temp alarm tone, which will probably take about 15 min when I get back. So short of bug testing or any other fine tuning, it's ready for assembly and then hookup.Heh, looks nice.
Is this fully working or is it just a mock up?
I'm building a web controller but can only find a weekend here or there to work on it.
I've finally made it relatively secure from outside hackers.
Sometimes you just have to dive in. You might surprise yourself.This is great to see. I dont know if I would ever have the expertise to pull it off but might have to try if you put up some instructions. At least keep us updated on your progress and how it works out for you.
Thanks so much for the kind words. I've been following your tank and excellent photography for a long time.Okay..
First, thank you so very much for taking your time to type this down.
Second, KUDOS. What a great DIY. I love it.
believe it or not but I have a similar thing in my mind. Of course, I have no experience in Arduino world. I wish they ran on PowerShell.
Its been 6-7 years I used C.
Anyway, to answer your question, YES! I will build this.
I have started reading about arduino and would probably have one here in about a week.
It will take me some time to get acquainted but I will DO this DIY for sure.
Believe me, this is such an awesome DIY.
Thanks once again.
Sweet! I'll be hitting you up for tips when I get that far. :biggrin:Very nice that it's fully functional. Yeah, I want to fully web enabled so I can go traveling and still keep an eye out on the tank.
I'm using the arduino mega & wifi shield.
MUHAHAHAHAHA! :icon_twisI feel like the race is on now! I'll be working on mine more tonight
Thanks! Wow.This is a fantastic project. Thanks so much for sharing! I felt like referencing this thread in the stickies post on top of this forum. So I did. roud: