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Jean thanks for the link that program looks like fun to use I really like all the boxes you found for every thing almost like they where made for parts

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Hello Christopher,Dale,

I only buy 2 boxes and I must admit that I had some luck because when you order from the net you don't know exactly what you will get.For the "Stamps box" I had no problem but for the "relay box" I had to rework it and until I finished all the wiring I was not sure that I would be able to close it.
As I said,dosing pump box was made from electrical trunking so really easy to do (most difficult is to adjust the 2 plastic side) .
The main box for Ferduino has been made by a friend following the dimensions that I gave.
After I had to do all the openings in accordance with my shield.
Finally the look comes from the adhesive that was put on the different boxes.
I am sure that your final work will also look amazing.
The main problem is to find time .

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Jean-Yves

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Hi Jean!

Some users has problems with this PCF module. Can you show us the schematic of your board?

You had some problem with your relay board as relay not being activated just the LED light up slightly?

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Please do not PM me for support unless it is absolutely necessary.

I'll not write custom function to nobody unless you can pay for my job.

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Has this been resolved?
If not I may have some ideas.
In my case it was a current issue as soon as I moved the relay board to it's own power supply it solved my issue.
Happy reefing to all.
Christopher Kindig

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Hi Christopher!

The problem was due a difference of behaviour between PCF8575TS and PCF8575C.

You can see all conversation here.

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