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Post Number:#1 Post Mon May 01, 2017 3:33 pm
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Hi!

After some requests I have added code for clouds and lightnings simulation.

The code is available on Github.

Here a video:

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The configuration for this function can be done only via web interface or directly on code.

Suggestions to improve the function are welcome.

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Hi!

The best solution is install an ethernet shield to use other features available in web interface but if you don't want....

Look for this part: https://github.com/FernandoGarcia/Ferdu ... a.ino#L582

Mainly:

boolean desativarNuvemCanal[NUMERO_CANAIS] = {false, false, false, false, false, false};
byte probNuvemRelampago[2] = {100, 99}; // [0]= nuvem, [1] = relâmpago
byte quantDuracaoMinMaxNuvem[4] = {1, 10, 2, 9}; // Quant. mín., quant. máx., duração min., duração máx.
boolean desativarRelampagoCanal[NUMERO_CANAIS] = {true, true, true, true, true, true};
byte duracaoMinMaxRelampago[2] = {1, 5}; // Duração min., duração máx.


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Hi!

The best solution is install an ethernet shield to use other features available in web interface but if you don't want....

Look for this part: https://github.com/FernandoGarcia/Ferdu ... a.ino#L582

Mainly:

boolean desativarNuvemCanal[NUMERO_CANAIS] = {false, false, false, false, false, false};
byte probNuvemRelampago[2] = {100, 99}; // [0]= nuvem, [1] = relâmpago
byte quantDuracaoMinMaxNuvem[4] = {1, 10, 2, 9}; // Quant. mín., quant. máx., duração min., duração máx.
boolean desativarRelampagoCanal[NUMERO_CANAIS] = {true, true, true, true, true, true};
byte duracaoMinMaxRelampago[2] = {1, 5}; // Duração min., duração máx.


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thanks fernando, If i want to try, whether using the "all led testing" feature, this function can work, so I do not have to wait long to see the results.

thanks
diztly wardizt

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thanks fernando is work very fine...

-------------------------------- Last edited Tue May 15, 2018 6:19 pm --------------------------------

sorry sir...i need your help
in cloud condition min and max, i need led is pwm min is '"0" and condition max is "255", i try to change this code but, result fail.


void executeRelampago(byte i)
{
  myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], random(pwm_nuvem[i], 126)); // Pequena oscilação
  delay(random(25, 75));
  myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], random(126, 175)); // Pequena oscilação
  delay(random(25, 50));
  myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], 0); // Luz media ===> 126 change to 0
  delay(random(50, 100));
  myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], 255); // Luz alta
  delay(random(100, 200));
  myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], 0); // Luz media  ===> 126 change to 0
  delay(random(50, 100));
  myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], pwm_nuvem[i]); // Luz normal

#ifdef USE_EXTRA_CHANNEL_FOR_LIGHTNING_DURING_NIGHT

  if ((relampagoNoturno == true) && (i == EXTRA_CHANNEL_FOR_LIGHTNING))
  {
    delay(random(50, 100));
    myAnalogWrite(pinoLED[i], valorAnterior);
  }

#endif

}





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