New version of my incubator controller

I just finished new revision of my old project — the multi-purpose controller for incubator.
This open source and open hardware project with all material in GitHub:
https://github.com/akpc806a/Bluetooth_incubator

The hardware is available to purchase at my Tindie store: https://www.tindie.com/products/akpc806a/incubator-controller-with-bluetooth-and-android-ap/

Features:

  • Temperature regulation using one of three methods: on/off control, proportional-integral (PI) control by heater power variation and hybrid control (combination of on/off control and PI).
  • The heater is driven by a phase-controlled dimmer.
  • Automatic PI controller tuning implemented in an Android application.
  • Humidity regulation using simple on/off control.
  • Timer for automatic rotation of eggs.
  • Buzzer controlled by configurable protection limits for temperature and humidity.
  • Three configurable 120V TRIAC outputs, which are galvanically isolated from control side.
  • Modbus protocol over Bluetooth.

Specification:

  • Commutated AC mains: 120V 60Hz
  • Output power per channel: 100W (300W tested with heatsink)
  • Temperature range: 5 °C … 60 °C (based on specified accuracy)
  • Humidity range: 20 % … 80 % (based on specified accuracy)
  • Temperature resolution: 0.01 °C
  • Temperature accuracy: ± 0.3 °C
  • Humidity resolution: 0.04 %
  • Humidity accuracy: ± 2 %
  • Control power supply voltage: 5V…20V 60mA
  • PCB size: 40 mm x 56.5 mm (1.57 x 2.22 inch)
  • Temperature sensor: HTU21D
  • Microcontroller: STM32F030K6T6
  • TRIAC: BTA08-600CWRG
  • Bluetooth module: HC-05

Here is the picture of assembled PCB

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