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Arduino Office Fan Led TemperatureThe goal of this project is having a trasportable FAN you can use anywhere you have electricity.

Measuring and setting temperature

It measures temperature and displays it into a LCD display. You can set three temperature, T1 , T2 , T3, using menu:

T1 : If temperature is less then T1 FAN is stuck but LED blinks: it is too cold T2 : If temperature is higher than T1 and less than T2 nothing happens: temp is good T3 : If temperature is higher than T2 and less than T3 FAN rotates proportiannly temperature; higher is temperature, higher the FAN rotates. If temperature is higher than T3 FAN rotates at its max speed and LED blinks: it is too hot.

Sleeping

You can choose the system will sleep after a lot of time or immediatly. In this status, the system will not have any consumption of electricity. This feature can be usefull if you have to go away and you do not want to use electricity; you can wake up the system at any time.

Options

You can alse decide to set off LED and FAN for all temperatures (good if you speak with your boss and he hates something in movement).

More info

You can find more information about how to build the system, what electric and electronic components I used and other informations in Table of contents.

You can find also an End User Manual.

If you want to know why i gave the name "arduino office fan led", you can read The Idea behind the project

UpdateVER1.0 to VER2.0samples for temperature is raised from 8 to 20 added possibility of auto sleep: end user can change hour to sleep.

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