OpenSprinkler is an open-source, Internet-based sprinkler / irrigation timer. This is the official version 2.0s, featuring ATmega644 mcu pre-flashed with firmware 2.0.0. This product is fully assembled (with SMT components) and tested.
Mobile Web App Tutorial
Firmware 1.8 Video Tutorial
- For instructions, refer to the OpenSprinkler Online User Manual.
- For complete information, visit: http://www.opensprinkler.com
- This is microcontroller-based OpenSprinkler. If you are interested in RPi-based OpenSprinkler, please check OpenSprinkler Pi.
- Input voltage: 22∼28V AC.
- Power consumption: 1∼1.5W.
- Maximum number of zones: 48.
- Maximum current supply from USB port (+5V line): 450 mA (to power external USB devices).
- Built-in ATmega644 mcu, USB programmer, microSD card slot, DS1307 RTC, backup battery, and rain sensor terminal.
- Controls 8 zones (stations). For more zones (up to 48), buy OpenSprinkler Zone Expansion Board.
- Package includes one assembled and tested OpenSprinkler, with product case and terminal blocks.
- Does NOT include sprinkler transformer or valves, which are available at Amazon.com or local home improvement stores.
- Does NOT have built-in WiFi but can work with and power a portable WiFi adapter (see links below) for wireless connection.
- Spare analog / digital pins, serial, and I2C for interfacing with external sensors and actuators.
- Check related Accessories and Sensors.
- Software code and hardware design files available for download at Rayshobby GitHub.
Check related Accessories and Sensors
- DHT11 or DHT22 temperature sensor
- USB female A to male B converter
- RF 433MHz transmitter / receiver pair, and RF 315MHz transmitter / receiver pair
- PL2303 USB-to-Serial cable
You can find these accessories at http://shop.rayshobby.net.
Software code and hardware design files available for download at Rayshobby GitHub.
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