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JeremyWilburn

wow.  great project.  I'm starting one and would love the hybrid of the iAqua with this.  I want a complete controller.  Just ordered the stuff to start.  This will be my first Arduino project, but I have a PhD in Analytical Electrochemistry so it's just a new platform.

I'll start with sensors for lights, CO2, pH, EC, temp (both reservoir and ambient), and humidity.  If I can get that together I will move on to dosing pumps and sensors.  It would be nice to get ion-specific sensors for N, P, and K (with individual dosing for each nutrient), but I suspect the sensors themselves will be the trick there, but I'm used to making my own sensors so maybe I can figure something out.  Otherwise I will do a two or three part nutrient dose (micro/grow/bloom or equivalent) and a pH up and down.

I'll definitely check in here an maybe start my own thread with progress...

Josepgatius

Niwa hydroponics   Yo he pedido uno, creo que puede funcionar os tendrĂ© informados

furkangngr

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May 23, 2015, 08:08 pm Last Edit: May 23, 2015, 08:10 pm by furkangngr
hello billie,
pH settings page there is a situation like in the picture. How to solve?
thanks


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