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2Instructables13,655Views8CommentsSydney, AustraliaJoined May 23rd, 2014
I was born in Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy), when all grown up I graduated in Computer Engineering in Bologna. Shortly after the graduation, during a visit to Australia I decided to migrate permanently to Sydney, where I have been living for the past 10 years. Had my own business and consulting practice reselling CRM solutions for few years and got acquired recently. I am currently working full time as a CRM consultant and solutions architect, travelling all over the world. On the little ... Read More »

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  • esimonetti commented on esimonetti's instructable Small Indoor Hydroponic for $204 months ago
    Small Indoor Hydroponic for $20

    Possibly... if you were a plant would you grow faster on a pink box or a yellow box? :)Jokes aside, based on my experience working with hydroponics and acquaponics in my home, I found that dark boxes tend to prevent algae formation within the container as they let through less light.Boxes with algae needs to be cleaned much more often and never worked well for me for plants growth, so yeah, great question!Hope it helps!

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  • esimonetti commented on esimonetti's instructable Small Indoor Hydroponic for $208 months ago
    Small Indoor Hydroponic for $20

    Thank you for your support Claudio! Great job on the execution of your version, loved the video! Keep me updated on your plant's growth.

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  • esimonetti commented on esimonetti's instructable Small Indoor Hydroponic for $208 months ago
    Small Indoor Hydroponic for $20

    Thank you Frederic!The pump tube is 13mm of external diameter, the small tubes connected to the container are 5mm of external diameter.I think any size you can find should work, as long as it fits on your water pump and especially as long as the water level decreases faster or equal than your pump can fit water into the container (unless you are ok with water possibly overflowing :))

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  • Arduino Temperature Driven Fan - Existing Home Automation

    Thank you! I would start by understanding how to plug in your sensor and what libraries you need. Then exchange the necessary code to read the temperature accordingly. You could find some samples for your sensor here: https://learn.adafruit.com/using-melexis-mlx90614-non-contact-sensors/wiring-and-test

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