The only issue I have is sometimes the "buttons" don't work. Then I wait 10 seconds and try again. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't and I have to wait a bit more.
Hi Billie,Thank you for the fast reply, the code works perfectly now (on arduino 1.0 and 1.0.5).I've PMed you to talk about my project without getting off topic here. Charlie.
anh... just hit me... I had a problem with eepromex.h and eeprom.hmade some changes to eepromex.h and probably that's where my problem lies.gonna clean up the eepromex library.
I just have one constructive feedback on the plant physiology side of things. If your able, you should really incorporate EC/CF control. Although pH controls nutrient uptake, nutrient availability is equally important. EC is a great tool for controlling, among others, such things as internode stretching, hardiness and taste. You can also control visual aspects such as cracking/splitting with EC control (particularly important with tomatoes). I think you'll have better control of plant size, especially during seasonal changes (i.e. winter vs summer ).
Hi Billie, now that it's setup, the issues begin Regarding the LDR in you sketch you have int lightSensor = 60; I can't get any readings on light (it's only bouncing between 24,25,26) no matter the actual light condition. I know the LDR works because if I set the lightsensor to pin 14 it gives me a range 250~32000 (32000 with the phone led flash next to the ldr). Any hints?
Also would love to know if you have any newer version as this is already a couple months old and you probably have tweaked it already for some issues encountered along the way.
I'm going to kickstart my NFT test project
congratulations for your perfect project!
I want to make an automation to control the electrical windows of my greenhouse via smsand i want to ask you if this touchscreen is readable on sunlight conditions.
Another question i have is : Do you think that this system will work stable on real conditions on a greenhouse?My greenhouse is about 5000 m2 ,with high temps.