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===Planned Features===
 
===Planned Features===
 
* LCD
 
* LCD
** Almost anything
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** Convert characters to 14 segment display (if needed)
 
* Onewire slave support
 
* Onewire slave support
 
* Buttons & Rotary encoder
 
* Buttons & Rotary encoder
 
* Temperature sensor value to temperature conversion or at least some limits
 
* Temperature sensor value to temperature conversion or at least some limits
 
* An actual temperature controller (maybe ;) )
 
* An actual temperature controller (maybe ;) )
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* Window open switch
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* Measurement and inclusion into regulation of return temperature (to get maximum efficiency of the heating)
  
 
[[Category:Projekte]]
 
[[Category:Projekte]]

Version vom 25. April 2012, 13:29 Uhr

Project: Sparmatic
Members
Ivanivel
Marvin
Opened sparmatic with ISP connector

Sparmatic is a thermostat that is relatively cheap and quite easy to mod. It costs from 13 to 25 EUR. It contains a simple AVR ATmega169/ATmega169PA. However, as there are different microcontrollers mentioned in the last sentence, there are several revisions of the device.

Alternative Firmware

We are currently writing an alternative Firmware for one one of these revisions. You can get it by cloning this git repository:

git clone http://www.0x53a.de/git/sparmatic

Features

  • Motor control:
    • Readout of the motor's rotation sensor (and counting)
    • Current measuring and automatic switch-off
    • return to home
    • move to specified position
  • Readout of the temperature sensor (including some calibration)
  • Some simple PI controller
  • LCD
    • Bargraph
    • Day column
    • 4 digit numbers (e.g. for temperatures, position counts...)
    • All symbols (mostly untested :)

Planned Features

  • LCD
    • Convert characters to 14 segment display (if needed)
  • Onewire slave support
  • Buttons & Rotary encoder
  • Temperature sensor value to temperature conversion or at least some limits
  • An actual temperature controller (maybe ;) )
  • Window open switch
  • Measurement and inclusion into regulation of return temperature (to get maximum efficiency of the heating)