Hello dear members,
I am currently working on ordering a lamp to work for for a period of time.
The way my algorithm works is the following:
First I measure the brightness and then I use an equation to calculate the duration of operation of my lamp (T=(60) /(Brightness+10)).
For example : If Brightness = 30% Then lamp runtime equals T=(60) /(30+10) = 90sec
My question is : how can I control my relay to work for the same duration calculated by my equation? is there a code to do this task?
Can you please post your code and your circuit?
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Give links to components.
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I gues a simple timer funktion shall do this job.
That is a magic calculation:
T=(60) /(30+10) = 90sec
Or do I miss a magic brightness factor?
it's just a typing mistake, instead of writing 1,5( in minute) I wrote in second (sec).
Can you help me in code?
Do the figures inside the equation have names?
Which are variable or constant?
They are just constant; the variables are: time and Brightness (T=(60) /(Brightness+10)).
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