PID based thermostat built using the Flash Destroyer module

Posted on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013 in Flash Destroyer by DP


jeanmarc78 posted his PID based thermostat built using the Flash Destroyer module in the forum:

After trying a few commercial thermostats for my central heating (hot water), i was not really satisfied. They don’t provide a smooth regulation. Then i decided to build my own one reusing my flash destroyer hardware board.


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3 Responses to “PID based thermostat built using the Flash Destroyer module”

  1. lindsay says:

    Flash Destroyer Kit not available at SeeedStudios :( link goes nowhere.

  2. lindsay says:

    Thanks for the info. Its more of a commentary on the article linking and providing price and shipping info for a product that doesn’t actually exist anymore. Love the site!

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