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Raspberry Pi Waterflow resilient system

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This is a resilient watering system, executed in a Raspberry Pi to control irrigation valves using relays. It's intended to be executed periodically (i.e. cron every 5 minutes).

  • Requirements:
    • Raspberry Pi (any model)
    • Relays to control the valves
    • Optional control relay to enable alternative power inverter
  • It supports 2 watering programs every day.
    • Programs can be forced at any time.
  • Valves can be manually triggered.
  • Programs, forced programs and manual Valves can be manually stopped.
  • Metrics can be emitted to influxdb, mongodb or mariaDB to register actions (programs and valves).
  • This package fits with piwwwaterflow, so that it can be controlled via HTTP page.


  • Abort watering if humidity is above threshold (90% default). Send email warning

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