Last Thursday I was presenting my home heating system at Python Meetup Barcelona.
Next you can see the video of the presentation and the slides.
Clicking the next link you can get my github repository with the firmware of my home heaters. The code is very simple but useful as we tested last winter at home.
I know all the public documentation is not enough to duplicate my heating project. I’m so sorry but I have a lot of pending home projects to do because I have a lot of under construction things. If you need some help to understand what I have or how to do something feel free to ask.
Last weekend I worked on setting up home heaters using Panstamp. Panstamp is an Arduino board with Texas Instruments radio. Next winter we’re going to control our home heater using connected internet devices like the laptop, tablet o mobile phones. In this post I only want to share some pictures about the process to install the electronics inside the heaters changing the old electronic boards with new custom ones.
I used a lot of tools, because DIY aren’t my strong hability.
Double-head tape and hot-blue gun are need…
because I want to use a cork base under the PSU and PCB
Next weeks, I’ll come back with this subject to talk about the software part.