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Glimpser

Hi
I'm trying to build arduino smart swamp cooler controller
I find this project on youtube

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2_xWd-aZ6JY

Unfortunately i can not find any information about that . Can any one help me to find more information about this move ?

Sorry for my English

ieee488


Hi
I'm trying to build arduino smart swamp cooler controller
I find this project on youtube

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=2_xWd-aZ6JY

Unfortunately i can not find any information about that . Can any one help me to find more information about this move ?

Sorry for my English
That guy who posted the video isn't responding to questions, so I'd say you are out of luck.



Glimpser


ieee488

I have no clue what a swamp controller is.

I suggest you Google.


Glimpser

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evaporative_cooler

It should be simple 
Use lcd and DHT22 sensor

1 wait 10 second  after power on
2 use DHT 22 to calculate  temperature  and humidity
3 set temperature to start motor
4 before start fan it shoud start water pump  for 30 second then start the fan
5 set temperature to stop the fan
  Befor stop the fan it should stop water pump after 50 seconds turn off the fan
6 if defrance between room and set temperature  is more than 2 it shoud switch to high speed fan
7 it shoud protect fan and water pump  and set protecting time to on and off  pump and fan
8 need a timer to automatically off the cooler after adjustable time

It should be correcting data come from dht22

Can any one help me to write the code ?
 

ieee488

Maybe if you offered the guy in the Youtube video some money, he'll share his code and schematic with you.

I certainly can understand why he doesn't want to give away all his hard work for free.



Glimpser

I already have a commercial one i just like to playing with  arduino
And make another usage for arduino

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