I'm doing some home automation stuff and sensor reading with some Arduinos.
I bought a Nano for the bathroom and now I'm scared that the 32 KB are not enough.
I chose the Nano cause it's easy to integrate him into the PCB.
I have just the code i posted here now on it: http://arduino.cc/forum/index.php/topic,141240.msg1105074.html#msg1105074
So 14 KB are already gone.
But i want to see life data of my sensors on the web page, save data to the SD-Card and upload them to
the servers database.
This is what was planned:
D2 S0-Interface Electricity Meter Bathroom Underfloor heating
D3 S0-Interface Electricity Meter
D5 One Wire BUS (1 DS18B20)
D6 Flow Sensor Bathroom Sink Cold
D7 Flow Sensor Bathroom Sink Hot
D8 Flow Sensor Shower
D9 Flow Sensor Toilette
A0 (14) Reed Switch Bathroom Window
A1 (15) Push Switch 1 (Shower On)
A2 (16) Push Switch 2 (Shower Off)
A3 (17) Push Switch 3 (Bathroom On)
A4 (18) Push Switch 4 (Bathroom Off)
A5 (19) Push Switch 5 (Bathroom On)
A6 (20) Push Switch 6 (Bathroom Off)
The push switch stuff is send trough my Windows server with MQTT to another Arduino and
later i also want to change the code so that i can dime the lights.
Looks like 32 KB is not enough and i need a Mega?
Is it a good idea to start one thread for the whole project instead of spreading the stuff
where i need help and have problems over the forum? Cause this way all the code is
in one place and i do not need to copy it around and always need to explain what the
rest of the code does that has nothing to do with a particular thread.