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| Brow || 220VAC L1 || -
 
| Brow || 220VAC L1 || -
 
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| Blue || +24VDC || except immediately at main 220VAC input
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| Grey || 220VAC L1 || switched for outputs
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| Black || Ground|| light switches switch ground
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| White || 220VAC N || -
 
| White || 220VAC N || -
 
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| Grey || 220VAC L1 || switched for outputs
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| Blue || +24VDC || except immediately at main 220VAC input
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| UTP cable || I/O for Arduino || -
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| Red || +5VDC || for Arduino inputs
 
| Red || +5VDC || for Arduino inputs
 
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| Black || Ground|| light switches switch ground
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| UTP cable || I/O for Arduino || -
 
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Revision as of 17:25, 4 January 2012

The big space control

Goals

  • Lights can be switched using a web interface and regular light switches.
  • Roofs can be opened and closed.
  • Redundant: if the Arduino fails, the light switches remain working.

Hardware

What we have available

  • A little under 100 industrial relays (Piet)
  • Industrial electricity cabinet (Piet)
  • Diodes and NPN heavy-duty switching transistors. (Koen)

Thanks to all who have contributed hardware!

What we need

  • More electrical cable

Schematic

The schematic to control just one lamp.

Schematic

Color Codes

Lesson learned: adding new colors on the fly will result in chaos:

Color Function Notes
Brow 220VAC L1 -
Grey 220VAC L1 switched for outputs
White 220VAC N -
Blue +24VDC except immediately at main 220VAC input
Red +5VDC for Arduino inputs
Black Ground light switches switch ground
UTP cable I/O for Arduino -

Software

The software is identical to the one in the small Spacecontrol.

Status

Todo

  • Installation
  • Documentation