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PID based thermostat built using the Flash Destroyer module

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

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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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