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Post Number:#1 Post Mon Dec 15, 2014 4:58 pm
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Hello Fernando,

Here 2 pictures of my ferduino PCB (sorry for the poor quality).
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Dosing pump
PH stamp
Float switch

Working correctly

Relays 1 and 2
LED
Fan control
Not yet tested

Once again thanks for your help
Best regards,

Jean-Yves

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Hi!

Great job!

I think that someone is trying copy my Ferduino Mega :D

Do you are using the version with web control?

Can you tell me where found this float switches with long cable and temperature sensors with plastic isolation?

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Fernando,

No panic it's impossible to make a copy as perfect as your board.
I only did it for myself to simplify all the wiring.
I have to add that it's far away from the quality of your board but as I follow your project since the beginning I had all the required components that are now integrated in Ferduino board.
I am using Joy-reef but the function has not been tested with the board because I use an ENC28J60 as ethernet shield and I have ordered a W5100 to try with the new version of webcontrol.
Here is the ref. for float switch http://www.reef-ocean.com/produit/index/?pid=31335
Sorry but for the temp sensor I don't remember.

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I was joking :D

Thanks for link. It's very expensive :(.

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I understood.
Yes they are expensive.
For the temp sensor you can make an internet seach with " DS18B20 waterproof " you'll find some.
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Hi!

I can find the probes but, not with good price.

You'll add some material to protect the copper surface of your board?

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Hello

Yes I will protect the circuit with special varnish but I have first to modify the buzzer circuit ( don't know how ) that was made following the shematics provided in Ferduino Mega but I saw yesterday that there is a difference with the circuits in the forum.
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Don't worry.

The circuit will work fine with trimmer of 10K.

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OK thank you very much

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greetings Jean Watrelot.

I learn your your image board, pic no.2 http://www.ferduino.com/forum/gallery/image.php?album_id=28&image_id=231
there images that do not use arduino board, I want understanding the scheme. :-bd :-bd


sorry with google translate.

thx
Diztly.

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Hello Diztly,

Here is a side view of the assembly
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This board was made to mount the different shield on it (from bottom to top you have arduino mega, ethernet shield ,diy shield, ITDB 02 shield and the TFT LCD ).
Basically its is the same shield but more complete that the one Fernando recommends in the part list ( the green one ).
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thank you for your replay, I think enough to be able to understand that you build. more images be better... :D :D :-bd :-bd

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Hello Fernando ,
I have added some picture in my album, I will make a complete presentation later because the post that I had just prepared has disappeared from the forum and it is a lot of work to do it again.
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Jean-Yves

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Hi!

Great job!

I'm waiting to see more details.

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Hello Fernando ,
Some short comments on the pictures of my Ferduino.

Stamps box

Inside of the box
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Finished box
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Dosing pumps box made from electrical trunking

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All pumps installed
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Box finished
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Relays 1 box

For this, I used 2 multiple outlet modified so that each outlet is independent and controlled by relay( except one which is always powered ).
Here the 2 multiple outlet fixed in the box
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In the second half of the box,I fixed the relays board and the step down converter used to power the relays and the 6v outlet for the ATO pump.
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Hot wire for the relays
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Hot wire installed
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Just before closing the box with everything connected
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Box finished
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Ferduino box

Front view
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Left side
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Rear side
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Right side
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Cover
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All together
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Working Ferduino
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Jean-Yves

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Very,very,very cool!

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An acrylic frame like this should be nice. :)

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amazing work, looks very professional

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wow that looks great you did a really good job on the boards and also on the cases are the silk screened ? how did you do the lettering on the box's?

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Hello,

Thanks for the comments.
The boxes have been covered with transparent adhesive film.
The software used is Front Panel Designer from schaeffer ag.
http://www.schaeffer-ag.de/en/downloads ... _designer/
Very easy to use and freeware.

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Jean-Yves

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