Jake 24 Posted February 25, 2015 Share Posted February 25, 2015 Well I am starting to work on my thermostat I have two separate units, a heat and cool unit So there will be one output to run the heat, and one for the AC along with a fan signal I have been going through some of the temperature sensor demos, and low power thermostat projects trying to get some ideas on how to attack this. I thought about using the internal temperature sensor since I think it will be close enough for this project. I was thinking about having a LCD for the actual, target temperature, mode, and calling for heat or cool. Eventually I want to set this up with bluetooth remote, but for now getting it to go will be the first step. Have any of yall done a project like this? Any tips? I was thinking about sampling the temperature every 30 seconds, If the system is in the off mode to go into low power state I need to find the formula to send a F temperature value to the LCD Thanks again! Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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