- Board power supply: 6~12V DC
- Micro controller: Atmega32U4
- Terminal for interfacing a carbon rod(Soil moisture sensor)
- Terminal for interfacing a motor or a solenoid valve
- Potentiometer to set the threshold soil moisture value of watering
- 5 analog I/O ports, 6 digital I/O ports
- Xbee slot (using Serial1)
- Mirco USB
- 3.5mm screw terminal
- Board dimensions: 61x52mm
- Board weight: 15g
- Diving pump power supply: 3.5~12V DC
- Pumping head: 220cm
- Flow capacity: 100-350L/H
- Power range: 0.5W-5W
- Pump dimensions: 38x38x29mm
- Pump weight: 125g
- Auto flower watering control board (1 unit)
- Enclosure (1 unit)
- Moisture Sensor(SEN0114) (1 unit)
- DHT11 Temperature and Humidity Sensor(DFR0067) (1 unit)
- Water tube (1 unit)
- Immersible pump (1 unit)
- 6xAA Battery Holder with DC2.1 Power Jack(FIT0141) (1 unit)
- Mirco USB cable(FIT0265) (1 unit)
- Screw driver flat head (1 unit)
- Screw driver phillips head (1 unit)
- DC adapter-Female (2 units)
- Cable (2 units)
- Wiki Doc
- DHT11 Datasheet
- Moisture Sensor Schematics
- Schematic V2.0
- Autowatering library (v0.1)
- DHT library (v0.1)
- Testing platform with Ecoduino (Submitted by french friend, Damien Alexandre)
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- $6.95 for Standard Post (2-4 days, tracked)
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Unit 18, 132 Garden Grove Parade
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