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Old 03-08-2012, 04:56 AM   #1
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Default Random Find: Powerswitch tail 2

Just stumbled on this in my quest to find the end of the internet:

http://www.adafruit.com/products/268

Its is the Powerswitch Tail 2, a short power cable with a built in DC controlled relay. Seems like it would be really useful to someone controlling a fridge or pump with a low voltage DC circuit.


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Old 03-08-2012, 03:46 PM   #2
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that is a good find. its not all that spendy when you figure the cost of a new relay


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I was thinking about using this in my fermentation controller/chest freezer project, I would rather not mess with the AC. I was going to use Xbees to talk wirelessly to the freezer. From the computer you could program fermentation profiles and other stuff I haven't thought of yet. Now to just get started.
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ECC has been carrying these for a little while now.

http://www.embeddedcc.com/index.php/...ch-tail-2.html

I use one to control my keezer with my BCS unit.
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I was thinking about using this in my fermentation controller/chest freezer project, I would rather not mess with the AC. I was going to use Xbees to talk wirelessly to the freezer. From the computer you could program fermentation profiles and other stuff I haven't thought of yet. Now to just get started.
If you're thinking Xbees, think JeeNodes instead. Unless you already have the Xbees that is

Jeenodes give you all that sexy wireless-ness, in a slick little arduino-compatible package at a much cheaper price point.


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