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Raspberry Pi Controlled Aquaponics
No - I experimented with sprinkler valves first. What I found was that they required constant pressure to open and close, and since the drain didn't have much pressure they just stayed closed.
Do you think sprinkler valves would in place of brass valves?
I too am curious about this. It would be great to monitor PH, nitrates and nitrites.....
Hi Matthew, you've got a great idea here. I'm writing to ask if you could you elaborate on step #3. I'm not sure about how to wire the components to the Pi. More detailed instructions would be great!Lucy
what about ph level monitoring and i am sure other items aside from water and air temp and cycle time of the water - MichaelH282
trying to learn to code to add some rules... in the meantime I get :- File "status_Plotly.py", line 14, in <module> device_file_list = [glob.glob(base_dir + '28*') + '/w1_slave',glob.glob(base_dir + '28*') + '/w1_slave']IndexError: list index out of rangeany takers?the sensor is connected and working... - pablompole
hmmm.... nice system, would be great if I could code to expand and some rules, but can't even get past this error... any offers?Traceback (most recent call last): File "status_Plotly.py", line 6, in <module> import plotlyImportError: No module named plotly - pablompole
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