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Note that this video is a couple years old so parts used and libraries used may have changed or have been updated since the making of the video
I believe the parts list and how it is connected was covered in the video, does the video not show up in the instructable? I don't remember the cost of the parts. Here is a link to the video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjUlqe-aeGU
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In my project Wireless Sensor Node with the nRF24L01 I convert from F to C so you can leverage it from that code
Thanks for the comment and feedback!
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Thanks, I am actually thinking of upgrading this project to add WiFi. Let me know if you get it up and running with the ESP8266
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If you go to my blog (link in this instructable) and search on the title of the video you will find the Arduino code
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Yes you can add a mechanical switch in series or in parallel with the TRIAC.
Hello, I am afraid I don't understand the question. The TRIAC is a SPST switch. Note that AC voltage swings positive and negative so you have current flowing in both directions.
Yes you can add a mechanical switch in series with the AC line power on either side of the TRIAC circuit
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You should see a video. Are you in an area that blocks YouTube?
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