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  • ARDUINO PWM SOLAR CHARGE CONTROLLER ( V 2.02)

    Hi, I have ordered the parts. Will build when they arrive. Are you planning a "bare bone" version using just the ATmega328P chip to save some power? You could also reduce the chip to 1mHz to further save power.

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  • MarcV3 commented on MarcV3's instructable Remote Monitoring Via 3G
    Remote Monitoring Via 3G

    Hi, the ports I use are pretty standard. say I want to look at the deice with local Ip address of 192.168.1.31 I type into my browser windturbine1.dyndns.org:8081 and so on. The browser goes to dyndns and gets the latest IP address the the 3G/4G has allocated to my remote device, and directs me there. The port simply gets me through the remote TP link router

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  • These changes made it work for me. ie define LED_PIN at top#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>WiFiServer server(80); //Initialize the server onPort 80int LED_PIN = BUILTIN_LED;void setup() {WiFi.mode(WIFI_AP); //Our ESP8266-12E is anAccessPoint WiFi.softAP("Hello_IoT","12345678"); // Provide the (SSID, password); . server.begin(); // Start the HTTP Server//Looking under the hoodSerial.begin(115200); //Start communicationbetween the ESP8266-12E and the monitor windowIPAddress HTTPS_ServerIP= WiFi.softAPIP(); //Obtain the IP of the Server Serial.print("Server IP is: "); //Print the IP to the monitor window Serial.println(HTTPS_ServerIP);//int LED_PIN = 15;pinMode(LED_PIN, OUTPUT); //GPIO16 is an OUTPUTpin;digitalWrite(LED_PIN, HIGH); //Initial state isON}void loop()…

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    These changes made it work for me. ie define LED_PIN at top#include <ESP8266WiFi.h>WiFiServer server(80); //Initialize the server onPort 80int LED_PIN = BUILTIN_LED;void setup() {WiFi.mode(WIFI_AP); //Our ESP8266-12E is anAccessPoint WiFi.softAP("Hello_IoT","12345678"); // Provide the (SSID, password); . server.begin(); // Start the HTTP Server//Looking under the hoodSerial.begin(115200); //Start communicationbetween the ESP8266-12E and the monitor windowIPAddress HTTPS_ServerIP= WiFi.softAPIP(); //Obtain the IP of the Server Serial.print("Server IP is: "); //Print the IP to the monitor window Serial.println(HTTPS_ServerIP);//int LED_PIN = 15;pinMode(LED_PIN, OUTPUT); //GPIO16 is an OUTPUTpin;digitalWrite(LED_PIN, HIGH); //Initial state isON}void loop() { WiFiClientclient = server.available();if (!client) { return; } //Looking under the hood Serial.println("Somebody has connected:)");//Read what the browser has sent into a Stringclass and print the request to the monitorString request = client.readStringUntil('\r'); //Looking under the hood Serial.println(request);// Handle the Requestif (request.indexOf("/OFF") != -1){ digitalWrite(LED_PIN, HIGH); }else if (request.indexOf("/ON") != -1){digitalWrite(LED_PIN, LOW); }}

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  • MarcV3 commented on MarcV3's instructable Remote Monitoring Via 3G

    is it just me but does anyone else see the irony in looking for a high temperature solution for an internet 'hot" spot....Sorry I just source the gear. 150 deg F is 65 deg C. That is pretty hot. Maybe you could look at heat sinks, fans and solar/battery to run the fan???

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