Originally Posted by helibrewer
BT is open in that they provide all of their source code. They have customized their board a bit to improve performance but with the proper libraries you should be able to adapt their code to a Mega. I do believe their board is 128-bit and I'n not sure of the EEPROM memory differences. Their software is compiled with the Arduino IDE so I can't imagine porting it is too hard....it will take a lot of reading through the code and testing though.
Yeah I think I found the source code digging around a bit more (like 10 more minutes
I guess my point was if the hardware details were more open it might be easier to port (one thing OSCSYS might not really be keen on)
I'm looking at it that you can buy a $20 Mega board compared to what is basically a UNO for $65.
I guess it is like anything with Arduino - be cheap and do it yourself or pay and get a ready to use solution
My issue is the ready to use is lacking some stuff I want to use - flow measurement. My approach going forward is likely to be using the Brewtroller code as reference (and copy/paste to avoid large amounts of code writting
). That is after I buy the Arduino