Submitted by jennajane on Fri, 04/08/2016 - 11:33am Tool Concept Stage: Ready to Build Primary problem statement: I am a a farmer and I want a tool to to control temperature in my greenhouse because the commercially available products are expensive and limiting. Read more about this problem statement License: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Description: This is the first stage of a collaborative build of greenhouse controller. The primary purpose of this controller is to operate two motors for roll-up sides through a relay box that was built during a workshop hosted by the CAPE in Quebec. The secondary purpose is to operate a heating system with the powerswitch tail available from adafruit.Add new comment Documentation Documentation Wiki: Bill of materials Arduino uno, pro-min, mega $5-$50 ds18b20 temperature sensor with pull-up resistor $15 CDN JW-100-M Male Crimp Pins and Housing $15 CDN 610 Panel Mount 2.1mm DC barrel jack $4 CDN 15-0298 Stereo Plug Solder Lugs 3.5mm $1.30 CDN 70-534B 3.5mm Stereo Isolated Chassis Mount Jack $4 CDN 1-2 762-ADA Cable Gland PG-7 size - 0.118" to 0.169" Cable Diameter - PG-7 $2.80 CDN 63-ADA 9 VDC 1000mA regulated switching power adapter - UL listed $10 CDN 22 AWG solid hookup wire. Red and black 12-18 inches each, other color 2-3 inches 1-2 inches Shrink tubing Waterproof plastic enclosure, the bigger the better (eg. PRT-11366 Enclosure - Flanged (Red) $15 CDN) Adafruit Powerswitch tail 2 $25 USD - for furnace control Other tools needed to build this tool 40 watt solder station hot glue gun wire stippers needle nose pliers or crimping tool Step-by-step build instructions Supporting materials ie. SketchUp files, CAD drawings, photos, video, technical drawings. Add new comment I like this tool up2 users have voted. I built (or modified) this tool up0 users have voted.