This is an official announcement of several recent OpenSprinkler updates: the fully assembled OpenSprinkler 2.1s, a new firmware revision 2.0.4, and a GUI-based firmware update tool. First, the hardware: So what’s new in OpenSprinkler 2.1s? Here are the main updates: ATmega644 mcu running at 12MHz with USBasp bootloader. Added per-station transient voltage suppressor (TVS). Added […]
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Great news, OpenSprinkler v2.1u semi-assembled DIY kit has now been officially released and available immediately for purchase at the Rayshobby Shop! This version marks a major upgrade from the previous DIY kit v1.42u. With ATmega644 MCU, microSD card slot, and injection-molded enclosure, it not only brings the DIY kit up to speed with the fully […]
This is a special note that we are offering a Thanksgiving promotion for OpenSprinkler 2.0s: use coupon code turkeyday8 to get 8% off regular price. The coupon is only valid on the four days of Nov 27 to 30. The coupon can be applied in the ‘View Cart’ link. If you are thinking of getting […]
OpenSprinkler Beagle kit is available for purchase at Rayshobby Shop. Following the sneak-peak preview, I am excited to announce that OpenSprinkler Beagle (OSBo) v1.0 is now officially released! OpenSprinkler Beagle is an open-source sprinkler / irrigation extension board for the BeagleBone Black. It uses four GPIO pins to control an unlimited number of sprinkler valves. […]
Posted in Sprinkler Projects on Nov 13th, 2013
An OpenSprinkler Pi user Michael Wilson sent me this nice illustrated document he wrote about setting up OpenSprinkler Pi and the mobile web app. He successfully installed OpenSprinkler Pi to replace his previous Toro controller. The document has somehow slipped out of my mind and has been sitting in my mailbox for a few months. […]