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HumidorPi: A Smart Humidor On The Cheap with Raspberry Pi and Node-RED
I'll have to try adding a little salt next time, just ground pepper tends to cake in the jar by itself.
Try smoking the jalapeños with your choice of hardwood for a few hours before putting them in the dehydrator. it's awesome! I don't add anything, just hickory (Traditionally chipotle is pecan smoked jalapeños) smoked, dried, and ground in the shaker. I put it on everything.
I'll have to try adding a little salt next time, just ground pepper tends to cake in the jar buy itself.
How to Make Your Own Jalapeno Pepper Salt
Since there's really nothing to it, I didn't think it necessary to provide a diagram. In step 8 there is a labeled hi-res image of both sides of the board.
where do we get a current plan for the daughter board?
Built-in Hackduino (Arduino) Ultrasonic Parking Guide
Hi Bill! I'm glad you like it! Can you post pictures of your install? Did you use an off the shelf Arduino/clone, or did you build the hackduino? Unfortunately, there's not a circuit diagram for the ATTINY84 version, but the pinout is defined in the ATTINY84 branch on my github in the ino file. I've pasted the link and pinout below. As far as programming the ATTINY, I used my bench Arduino Uno / breadboard setup with the Arduino as ISP program as the programmer. There are a bunch of tutorials online, including here on Instructables as to how to do it. If you have a question about it, I'd be happy to answer it here. I use this diagram as a reference for the ATTINY to Arduino pinout: https://github.com/mindtesterdev/DistanceLight/blo...#define trigPin 1#define buttonPin 0#define echoPin 2#define red 7#define green 6 #define blue 8
Hi, I followed you instructable and very pleased with it, Have you got the circuit diagram for the ATtiny 84 version that you have made. have you thought about doing another instuctable on building this version and how to program the ATtiny. Regards Bill
So I'm sure you're not following this thread anymore, but I did just build one of these for my mother and wound up using the ATTINY84.
Very, very nice. I want to do this now for my own stogies. Thank you
How do you do the humidor.sensor part? "If you've got a DNS server on your network, you could make your life easier by setting a static IP on the pi and pointing an A record at it. You'll notice in my screenshots mine is set up this way, and my humidor is accessible as https://humidor.sensor on my network."again, how do you do the humidor.sensor part? how do i make that setup on my network?nothing specific about the sensor or anything, just assuming i have my own server on the raspberry pi (or any other machine on the network). i can access that server from that machine via http://localhost/ , or from any other device on the same network using the IP address of the device on the network.what if i want to access the device using a name (like raspberrypi.local or humidor.sensor), not an IP? how to do this? how is this thing done on a local network?
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