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neilh20

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  • in reply to: Remote Water Quality System for Stream #1258
    neilh20
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      Hi Rene
      Thanks for the reference on the FDC1004 – there is an App Report
      http://www.ti.com/tool/tida-00317
      Capacitive-Based Liquid Level Sensing Sensor Reference Design

      I’ve attempted so

      in reply to: Remote Water Quality System for Stream #1254
      neilh20
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        Hi Rene
        Yes the Aquaplumb is capacitve sensor based, tried it and tested it.
        Then I took the basics and applied them to the Teensy-LC which has capacitive inputs and tried the same on that.
        So I was
        in reply to: Remote Water Quality System for Stream #1250
        neilh20
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          Rene, I got the bare bones Aqua Plumb when they kickstarted it:
          http://www.vegetronix.com/Products/AquaPlumb/
          They filed off all the numbers on the chips, so not clear how they are doing it.
          Be intere
          in reply to: Remote Water Quality System for Stream #1246
          neilh20
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            Hey interesting thread here.
            Seems like a lot of people have some great ideas on this. My 2cents is its a really difficult area – specifically for what Rene has pointed out – the quiescen
            in reply to: Beyond 2G cellular modems? #1240
            neilh20
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              Hi Dave
              Sounds like you have a good idea of what you want to do and the technologies, but to start with the basics.
              1) I’d suggest a plan with cost options including what ever time its going to
              in reply to: Beyond 2G cellular modems? #1237
              neilh20
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                The LoRa are part of a group of emerging technologies – some that may be built out like the Cellular Network for easy use.
                One example is http://www.weightless.org/keyfeatures/5-km-range
                Right
                in reply to: Beyond 2G cellular modems? #1232
                neilh20
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                  Hello Stephanie
                  Goodluck with it. Thanks for the detail. Out of curiosity what base arduinio are you are looking at.
                  One way to share the experience is to blog on the stages that you go through.
                  The c
                  in reply to: Beyond 2G cellular modems? #1230
                  neilh20
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                    BTW its also worth compiling a list of different ways of doing remote long distance RWSN – what works and what doesn’t
                    One cellular method is to use an integrated Cell phone
                    https://develo
                    in reply to: Beyond 2G cellular modems? #1227
                    neilh20
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                      Hi Stephanie
                      Thanks for the azonde.com comment – I started it many years ago – somewhat based on TinyOS.net – which is an embedded CompSci teaching tool.
                      A better way is to use a RES
                      in reply to: Beyond 2G cellular modems? #1225
                      neilh20
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                        Hi Stephanie
                        This is a great area to collaborate… I’m personally working on something …. and built some devices in the past see
                        http://www.azonde.com:8080/azondeView/hydroGraph.htm?n
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