Automate your shower with Arduino and IoT to get the perfect temperature and monitor it consumption. via hackster
Here, we have sympathetically married abundantly common pre-existing shower valves with the yet to be released Arduino MKR1000 to create an automated, connected and subsequently more efficient bathing experience.
Through either the Windows 10 or Android application, you may preset an optimal temperature and begin the shower. The MKR1000 will then monitor and regulate the temperature and shower valve to create a luxurious escapade in your dirt ass poor bath room. The amount of time and temperature variation will be sent in real time to ThingSpeak where it can be monitored for display and personal analysis of water consumption.
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