On Time Intelligent Light Switch

Presenting the final for my On Time Intelligent Light Switch. The process was a pretty fun ride with a few twists, turns, and mishaps along the way. The Code was more complex than I expected going in. I AM happy with how its functioning, but I am learning so many different ways of getting to the same result, that I believe this code could be written in a few different ways which would leave it more open to easier modifications and distinct separate states of operation.

The final cluster of components is also larger than I originally envisioned. A little too large to cleanly fit into the wall as an at home switch replacement. Have already been looking into some alternative boards to do the dimming which I hope will drive the next update to the concepts to actually find a home within the walls of my home.

My very first Instructable post can be found below.  : https://www.instructables.com/id/On-Time-Light-Switch

Some Photos from the construction process. :

Wiring Diagram.jpeg

Tools.jpg

Parts1.jpg

3b-Wired Breadboard.jpg

5-AC in Wallbox.jpg

6a-All Wired.jpg

6b-All Wired.jpg

9-Finished.jpg

 

 

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