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Aquarium IoT

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# README #

This project was created to automatize an important task in water aquariums, control the temperature to provide a stable environment to fish life.

There are some solutions with thermostat and another devices to temperature control/monitor, in pet shops.

### Motivation ###

It’s complicated take an aquarium, during all day, if you work/study all the week So, what is possible to do? I thought in create a system to monitor the temperature (okay, already exists!), and a system to video monitor (okay again, already exists). Although, I unified these systems, to create a more simple, using open source projects, in the web.

### Features ###

  • Temperature monitor, using DS18B20
  • Temperature heater
  • Video monitor

### The cost $$$ ###

Buy just a thermostat with an embedded heater, cost about 15 U$.

Produce this project will cost about: * Raspberry Pi 35 U$ * DS18B20 5 U$ * Relay 3 U$ * Aquarium heater 10W 5U$ Total: 48 U$

### What will run? ### It’s very simple: * [Motion](http://www.lavrsen.dk/foswiki/bin/view/Motion) * [Python](http://www.python.org)

### Who do I talk to? ###

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