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Home made clima control for short expenses. PIC18F4455 based hardware.

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Firmware for small µController board with 4x PT1000 temperature channels which control the temperature in one room via two fan units.

PIC18F4455 based hardware.

Can be used to control temperature in the basement or guest house, within a computer case, etc.

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  • 4x PT1000 temperature sensors
  • 2x16 character based LCD
  • 2x fan control units
  • I²C extension port (for EEPROM, HYT371, ...)
  • USB Host communication
  • USB Bootloader for simple firmware upgrade


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