Irrighino: A complete watering system based on Arduino Yun #arduino #teamarduinocc
Irrighino: A complete watering system based on Arduino Yun
Irrighino is a complete watering system, based on Arduino Yun.
The main features are:
a configurable number of solenoid valves
an AJAX web interface
a weekly schedule
manual activation / deactivation
An Arduino Yun – the “brain” of irrighino – is connected to the switch panel (with phsical switches and status leds), the rain sensor and the relay board that controls the solenoid valves. Yun is also connected to the home wifi network: a device (PC, smartphone…) connected to the same network can open the irrighino webinterface and configure and control it.
If you have an Internet connection, with the correct NAT (Network Address Translation) settings you can also manage your watering system from a remote location!
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