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MostToast

DIY toaster reflow oven controller with web interface. It's useful... I promise!

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MostToast is a DIY solder reflow oven controller with a web interface. It uses an ATmega328 for PID control, read MAX31855 temp sensor, read zero cross-detector, drive TRIAC, and communicate over serial to ESP8266.

ESP8266 (running NodeMCU firmware) is used to connect to the network and run a Javascript program to display temperature. It also lets you upload and save reflow profiles, change controller settings, and generally be nice to look at (eventually).

The picture on the left is just a scary looking prototype...

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Tyler Spadgenske wrote 01/07/2016 at 21:57 point

How is the thermocouple attached to the toaster oven?

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Blecky wrote 12/07/2015 at 01:39 point

Just a friendly reminder to please upload your complete design documents by 23:59 UTC on Dec 8, 2015 to be in the running for #The Square Inch Project!

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alpha_ninja wrote 12/02/2015 at 00:42 point

This is your one-week reminder to upload design documents: https://hackaday.io/project/7813-the-square-inch-project/log/28566-design-deadline

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Bobby Christopher wrote 11/22/2015 at 07:32 point

Lol I have this same toaster oven.

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