Is it possible to link Arduino modules with a portable induction stove? Answered
Hi guys! I would like to get an opinion on my first ever project.
I would like to link an Arduino module to my portable induction stove.
I was hoping that it would be able to do this:
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0 min - Start recording sequence Press[Rec] Heating Value: 0
Systems records no change in heating level
1 min - Puts ingredients and increases temperature by 3 levels Press[Increase Temperature]x3 Heating Value: 3
System records an increase in heat by 3 levels upon reaching the 1st min.
7 min - Dish is heated up, let it cool for a bit, decreases temperature by 1 level Press[Decrease Temperature]x1 Heating Value: 2
System records a decrease in heat by 1 level upon reaching the 7th min.
9 min - Dish is cooked. Decrease heating level to 0. Press[Decrease Temperature]x2 Heating Value: 0
System records a decrease in heat by 1 more level upon reaching the 9th min.
9.5 min - Stop recording sequence Press[Stop] Heating Value: 0
System stops recording. Recording is saved and ready for 'reading'.
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Upon completion of the recording, this set of sequence should be able to upload back to the stove to replicate an identical set of heat change with respect to time.
As such, would this project be possible? I would like to modify on the existing parts on my stove that I have. It comes with an interface or some sort that is linked directly to the buttons on the stove. (the buttons available are some commonly used presets and timer settings and an increase and decrease button for the heating level and timer)
Any opinions and feedback would be greatly appreciated!!
Thank you very much!!
(Newbie in electrical and programming)