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    Faltou um vídeo, né? Fico louco pra ver isso funcionando...There was a video missing, right? I'm crazy to see this working ...

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  • Maurilio-gm C.C made the instructable Harvesting Electronic Components9 months ago
    Harvesting Electronic Components

    I did and I do it, even before its instructable. Of course not with such quality. I use even welding iron and welding sucker.Some I bought in junkyard, others I picked up on the street, on the same floor, thrown away. TV parts, Radio, gates controls, and so many other things. Often only a few parts. Sepero tudso and I keep, even the screws and metals.Recently I bought one gas soldering iron and one soldering iron. I have several irons electric welding of various powers, various tips.

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  • Maurilio-gm C.C commented on benrbill's instructable Arduino Plant Watering System10 months ago
    Arduino Plant Watering System

    Good design. But ... complicated for a single plant, and a whole UNO.I am building a system based on the lm555 IC, a transistor and a relay, for each sensor / vessel.I have already done the 12 circuits with 12 relays (11 simple relays for the valves that carry water for each vessel, and I have already done the 12 circuits with 12 relays. An inverter relay that stays on for as long as there is water in the tank The other part of this relay I used for an alarm so that I know the water is gone The alarm is a 12V motor triggering a rotating carnival toy that makes Noise, in plastic.The 11 pots are self-irrigating type and each plant absorbs according to your needs, depending on the weather (cold, warm or hot - season of the year).Tomorrow or later I must finish and take the first test.Ah, t...

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    Good design. But ... complicated for a single plant, and a whole UNO.I am building a system based on the lm555 IC, a transistor and a relay, for each sensor / vessel.I have already done the 12 circuits with 12 relays (11 simple relays for the valves that carry water for each vessel, and I have already done the 12 circuits with 12 relays. An inverter relay that stays on for as long as there is water in the tank The other part of this relay I used for an alarm so that I know the water is gone The alarm is a 12V motor triggering a rotating carnival toy that makes Noise, in plastic.The 11 pots are self-irrigating type and each plant absorbs according to your needs, depending on the weather (cold, warm or hot - season of the year).Tomorrow or later I must finish and take the first test.Ah, the sensors are 3 copper wires, sheldados in the inside of the vessel, in 3 different levels (lower, middle and superior).Ah, there is a pump that will draw the water from the reservoir and send it to the row of valves, which in turn will open as needed.The pump relay will be interconnected to the 11 sensors, after the switching transistor, via a 1n4148 diode. Only the first sensor will have 2 switching transistors, with the same signal of pin 3 of the lm555, through 2 resistors (one for the valve and one for the pump).Circuits were made on standard boards and not on PCI / PCB.I relied on a single-sense circuit and a single water pump pump relay.Now all this in English, by Google Translate:Good design. But ... complicated for a single plant and an entire UN.I'm building a system based on no lm555 IC, one transistor and one relay, for each sensor / flower pot.I have already done the 12 circuits with 12 relays (11 simple relays for the valves that carry water for each boat, and I already did the 12 circuits with 12 relays.) An inverter relay that stays on while there is water The tank The other part of this relay I I used it for an alarm so I know the water is gone. The alarm is a 12V motor that triggers a rotary carnival toy that makes noise, made of plastic.The 11 pots are self-irrigating and each plant absorbs according to your needs, depending on the weather (cold, hot or hot of the year).Tomorrow or later I must finish and take the first test.Ah, the sensors are 3 copper wires, sheldados inside the ship, in 3 different levels (inferior, average and superior).Oh, there is a pump that will draw water from the reservoir and send it to the valve line, which in turn will open as needed.The pump relay will be connected to the 11 sensors, after the switching transistor, via a 1n4148 diode. Only the first sensor will have 2 switching transistors, with the same signal of pin 3 of the lm555, through 2 resistors (one for the valve and one for the pump).Circuits were made on standard boards and not on PCI / PCB.I relied on a one-way circuit and a single water pump pump relay.Google Tradutor para empresas:Google Toolkit de tradução para appsTradutor de sites

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