We are going to make automatic fish feeder mechanism with timer by using Arduino. In every 12 hours it will feed the fish.
A system to automatically compensate water loss in aquariums due to evaporation.
Calibrating Atlas Scientific's EZO pH sensor using Arduino Uno.
I made this simple instrument for controlling the PPM value of the nutrient solution of my hydroponic system.
How to connect multiple Atlas sensors to a single Arduino serial port.
Growing vegetables and keeping fish - fully automatic!
How to make a benchtop pH meter with an Arduino Uno and the Gravity analog pH sensor from Atlas Scientific.
You will be able to create a small aquarium assistant which will switch on/off the light and control water parameters automatically.
A system to maintain the pH level of a sample within a defined range.
A basic controller to turn on/off two sets of lights and display temperature on LCD and RGB LED which shows if its in the correct range.
How to connect multiple Atlas EZO sensors to a Raspberry PI.
Never forget to turn ON/OFF your aquarium lights.
A real-time sensor monitoring platform using the Atlas IoT software on Raspberry Pi.
The world's first talking interactive aquarium.
Controlling lights and CO2 admission to a aquarium. Sensor data is stored so it can be used for statistics.
Using Cayenne and a Pi Zero to monitor fish tank ambient lighting / temperature and room pressure / temperature.
I built an automated aquarium that manages its own lighting, temperature, sends alerts, and I'll add feeding in the future!
Mycroft makes the morning just a little bit less hectic!
If our pollution adversely affects the environment, then, it's our responsibility to protect the environment, humans, plants, and animals.
Real-time pH and salinity monitoring with LED indicators.
Control aquarium light - sunset, sunrise.
This Arduino pump tutorial shows a simple example of how to use a float switch and RobotGeek pumping station to refill a reservoir.
Calibrating Atlas Scientifc's EZO D.O sensor using Arduino Uno.