View Poll Results: Which module would you want the most?

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  • Make an LCD screen module.

    0 0%
  • Make a BLUETOOTH module.

    1 6.67%
  • Make a REMOTE CONTROL module.

    1 6.67%
  • Make a VOLUME KNOB module.

    6 40.00%
  • Make some SENSORS (voltage, current, light, etc.).

    5 33.33%
  • I've got a better idea - check my post below!

    2 13.33%
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Thread: Which sensor/module would you want the most?

  1. #31
    Vendor - Qube colin's Avatar
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    Just so you guys know, its FOR SALE http://store.nilok.ca

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    Thanks Colin!

    Good luck with Remodium BTW

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    Vendor - Qube colin's Avatar
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    A volume knob will be the next module that comes out. Working out pricing from the manufacturer right now!

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    I was checking your blog, and thought to myself:

    What's the chances of useing the 4051 as a demultiplexer with the Qube?

    That would work be perfect for selecting A/C controls with out takeing up a bunch of I/O.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepyz0mby View Post
    I was checking your blog, and thought to myself:

    What's the chances of useing the 4051 as a demultiplexer with the Qube?

    That would work be perfect for selecting A/C controls with out takeing up a bunch of I/O.
    Well, since the Qube supports I2C communication, I would be interested in making a (de)multiplexer module in the future. Right now I am using an MCP23008 for communication with an LCD in 4-bit mode along with control of the backlight. I would be willing to make a similar circuit with the MCP23008 to drive inputs/outputs for A/C control. Right now, you'd be best off using the relay modules that are already built along with the low powered I/O lines to control the A/C.

    It's all about how much money I (don't) have right now.

    Excellent suggestion, by the way.

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    I designed an I2C expander today as per suggestions.


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    Looks like a mini-Qube.

    As for using relays to control hvac it would take 1 whole entire Qube to do that...


    hope your sales continue with the Qube so u can get your funds strait, how come you don't have a link in your sig to your site?

    Edit: I mean the store part

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleepyz0mby View Post
    Looks like a mini-Qube.

    As for using relays to control hvac it would take 1 whole entire Qube to do that...


    hope your sales continue with the Qube so u can get your funds strait, how come you don't have a link in your sig to your site?

    Edit: I mean the store part
    Yeah, it does look like a mini-Qube a little bit! I get how the HVAC would take up a whole Qube, that would be wasteful, I agree. I don't know if the IO expander board could pump through enough current to power 8 relays, but if they were below 50mA each it could be entirely possible.

    I made the LCD board right now too!


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