This is DIY dew controller, made using Arduino Nano. It functions as a standalone device, from a local or a remote computer or from remote windows. The user can toggle the switches to override the power on the dew straps and operates on 12DVC. It has real time control, works on twin channels. It is fully automatic, has an LCD screen and supports sensors. Pretty neat little device, we say. Check out the video.
This dew controller pro, supports standard dew straps like DEW NOT via PWM output and two independent temperature probes (DS18B20) . You can control power to dew straps, ranging from 0% to 100%. It has LEDs which indicate whether the power is on or off and key state values are saved in EEPROM, which can be retrieved later. You can get more details about this device from the link given below.
Arduino Nano takes power input from the mini USB cable or an external source. To see how you can do that, check out the attached documents in the link given below. The LCD display shows information about ambient air temperature, relatie humidity, dew point, tracking mode, fan speed, temperature and power level of the two channels.
To see how to assemble it, check out the link given below.
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