FM Transmitter - I made one (shown in the photos below) but any will work ($15+)
RadioShack B&M ($14):
Wire Terminals (3 packages, 12 connectors) 276-1388
Printed Circuit Board 276-147 (could use smaller)
330ohm Resistors (2x 5-packs)
150ohm Resistors (2x 5-packs)
Home Depot B&M ($25):
50 ft Landscape/Sprinkler Wire (18ga, 7 conductor) 079407238170
6' Power Cords (x8 minimum, to use the female 120v connectors)
-you may need more than 8, depending on the locations of your lights; I used 11
Clear Plastic Box (my Dollar Tree was out but HD had these for $0.87)
Soldering Iron (I use a butane-powered BernzOmatic from Home Depot; doubles as a heat gun)
Solder (highly recommended: Soldering Paste)
Screwdrivers (philips for WaveShield, standard for wire terminals)
Wire (for WaveShield and connecting to the SSRs, I used extra breadboard jumper wires I had)
SD Card (any size, I used 64MB)
Power source for Arduino (I used an extra powered USB hub I had)
Hot glue gun
Wire nuts (optional)
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