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Lighting Controller

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Sittingmule

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Hi all,
I am a compete noob i'm wanting to make a lighting controller that when lights goes off a photocell starts a timer for 10 hrs, then after 10 hrs turns on light, then photocell turns off light when light returns.Photocell will be in remote location not affected by controlled light. I am planing on using a solar powered light of some sort. this is the first project i have ever undertaken i would love some help if anyone can lead me in the right direction. thanks in advance.
 

MikeMl

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Can you use an Arduino (link)? That is the easiest method of generating a 10hour delay, and doing some other logic.
 

dr pepper

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I agree with Mike, the difficulty is probably about the same analogue or arduino, at least the latter you can make mods without a solder iron.
 
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