Btech project | Raspberry pi based Aquarium Controller

    Raspberry pi based Aquarium Controller

    Design your own DIY Raspberry pi  based Aquarium Controller  using Raspberry piRaspberry pi based Aquarium Controller Raspberry pi  based Aquarium Controller Btech project | Raspberry pi  based Aquarium Controller Raspberry pi based Aquarium Controller 2 300x225

    Reef tank controller used to monitor various parameters such as temp and pH, and also control equipment such as pump and lights.

    All firmware/software is GPL, and probably not tested and completely full of bugs.
    All hardware is OSH.

    HMI and Main Controller

    Raspberry Pi running mono framework and a 7″ touchscreen.


    There are several reasons Raspberry pi thing connect to the internet, but mainly we be able to control our Aquarium from anywhere with mobile smart phone.

    Power Supply and Communication Bus Connectors

    I plan on using a power supply for the 5Vdc and 12Vdc. The different slave modules will be mounted to a DIN rail. RS485 will be used for serial communication.

    4-Channel 0-10V or PWM Dimming

    The AquaPic will include both PWM and 0-10V dimming references for lighting. To accomplish this I’m using a micro to generate the PWM signals and then programmable switching that straight out or through a filter/gain circuit for 0-10V.

    6-Channel Input

    General inputs used for float switches, flood detection, button, etc. The front on the input card will have blue LEDs to indicate which switch is closed.

    pH and ORP Input, Gain and Isolation

    This card will incorporate two galvatically isolated circuits for pH and ORP measurement. The first input will only measure pH and the second will measure pH or ORP.

    Temperature and Level Monitoring

    I will be using both temperature and level sensors that output linear voltage, between 0-5Vdc. This way I can plug either a temperature sensor or a level sensor into any of the 4 channels this card will have.

    Power Strips

    Each power strip will include 8 outlets controlled by either a solid state or mechanical relay. I would also like to measure the current on each of the outlets.

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