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Arduino based project masures water flow
posted November 5 2010 13:58.50 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Teague Labs wanted to answer the question "how much water we spent daily"? To answer, they had to build a precision water measuring system. So, they got a high precision water meter used for PC cooling systems, a mini Arduino Yellow Jacket with built in wireless module and a PC that records data. They installed the flow sensor on their kitchen faucet, and started recording data.

Taking it further, they installed a monitor to show data in real-time. Amazingly, they recorded human behavior change! Check out this video. The project can be found in this link.

TEAGUE Give Water from TEAGUE on Vimeo.

[Link: Teague Labs]
Tags: electronic project   diy   wlan   microcontroller   arduino   wireless   research   sensors   experiments   

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