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April 7, 2017 AT 3:00 am

Smart Irrigation System Made with Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

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Via emartins on the Cayenne Community

About This Project

The project was created to control electrodes distributed in the field, as well as the control of the pump (on / off and pressure) according to the condition (1 or 0) of the 18 solenoid valves through a frequency converter siemens. Thanks to Cayenne the project was achievable in a short time.

What’s Connected

Pressure sensor SIMATIC P222 from 4 to 20 mA, modules realy x8, raspberry pi 3 x2, inverter of logic states, electrovalves + audio visual pilot. Access point x 3 for internet links.
(Hardware, sensors, actuators, device model, WiFi, etc.)

Triggers & Alerts

Yes, to replicate GPIO status between the 2 raspberry pi for decision making to ignite or to pay the motor of the irrigation pump. Valve condition = 1 then motor = 1. yes no = 0. The alerts notifies the engine start and irrigation activation via sms and mail.

Scheduling

Here irrigation is programmed during the weekend when there is no operator. Very useful.

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