WiFi thermometer (Temperature controller DIY option)

WIFI THERMOMETER is a device that, in addition to being used to measure temperatures, reports and alarms if actual temperatures are higher or lower than alarm values. A number of temperature probes can be connected to the device when ordering (display of room temp, fermenter, aquarium, terrarium, boiler, outdoor temperature, etc.) and set the required alarm parameters. Recently, more failures of the STC-1000 temperature controller have been occurring, and this can serve as a cheap addition to overheating and cooling, and with the addition of a gas sensor, as a possible prevention against major problems. A lot of people use the same for alarming at too high a temperature in wood stoves, some use it as an alarm – a reminder of burning … The temperature graph is also an excellent indicator of the state of fermentation and monitoring of processes.

The PCB board (Motherboard) is of its own design and allows for a more durable and high-quality operation of the device.

Thermometer can send data to the SensorSpy app (minimum interval 5min), BrewSpy app (minimum interval 5min), Brewfather Custom Stream device or Grainfather custom controller to display temperature on the Brewfather or Grainfather app at 15 minute intervals and Blynk IOT at 10 sec interval. The thermometer can also send data to the MQTT server. You set the sending interval for applications in the Management menu. The BrewSpy, SensorSpy and Blynk IOT app also has the ability to notify low and high temperature alarms on your mobile.

The device only works on 2.4ghz WiFi network.

Each thermometer can work as an iRelay by upgrading the firmware.

Each OLED thermometer can become a WiFi temperature controller with the addition of a Relay module. This option is provided for DIY and Nautilis is not responsible for misuse or connection.

Basic device parts:

– 1 temperature sensor on a 2 m long probe that can be extended as needed without affecting the measurement result.
– 1″ oled screen,
– Possibility of calibration of individual sensor.

– graphical representation of temperature and other measured data on SensorSpy, BrewSpy, Grainfather or Brewfather.

The device connects to a 5V micro USB mobile phone charger and requires WIFI networking to send data. Micro USB does not come with the thermometer. The capabilities and description of the temperature controller are described here: Nautilis WiFi temperature controller V4

Nautilis thermometer management system

View and edit thermometer settings (no internet required)

To view and change the device settings, first connect to the WiFi network that the device transmits, which is usually: nautilis_Sensor.  The network password comes on the paper with the device. After connecting to the network, some devices automatically open the Internet browser, and some require you to open the Internet browser and go to the address: 192.168.4.1

After that, the Nautilis thermometer managment home page opens where you can view and edit the following settings:

WiFi Config

SET UP ONLINE SERVICES

SensorSpy

In SensorSpy app or web site you can view graphs and stats, keep a record of your data history, receive alert notifications and more. SensorSpy gathers the data that your Nautilis wiFi thermometer collects and lets you access them using an Android app or though the web app version.

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The SensorSpy  service must be marked and stored on the thermometer. Then a new field appears in the relay settings: Custom Stream URI in which you need to paste the SensorSpy token from the SensorSpy setup menu.
You can select the temperature sending interval of 5, 15 or 60 minutes.

Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

BrewSpy

BrewSpy on your homebrews as they ferment, view graphs and stats, keep a record of your brewing history, receive alert notifications and more. BrewSpy gathers the data that your Nautilis wiFi thermometer collects and lets you access them using an Android app or though the web app version.

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The BrewSpy service must be marked and stored on the thermometer. Then a new field appears in the relay settings: Custom Stream URI in which you need to paste the BrewSpy token from the BrewSpy setup menu.
You can select the temperature sending interval of 5 or 15 minutes.

Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

Brewfather

Brewfather is a brewing software made from the ground up to give you the best recipe design and brewing experience on both desktop and mobile devices. With a modern design that is easy to use. Get your recipes done in no time! With automatic synchronization between all your devices and offline support.
Available as a web app and download on Google Play or the App Store. Brewfather can be used on any device. Add it to your home screen or desktop without having to install anything: Simply open it in the browser and add it to your home screen, or download the app version.

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The Brewfather service must be marked and stored on the thermometer. Then a new field appears in the relay settings: Custom Stream URI in which you need to paste the Brewfather URL for the Custom stream.
Custom stream URI should look like example: /stream?id=123456789
The temperature sending interval must not be less than 15 minutes.

Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

Blynk IOT

First, it is necessary to register Blynk IOT through the website or mobile app. To set up your device on Blynk, ask for our help to make it easy for you. Data is sent to Blynk at 10-second intervals and is bidirectional.

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The Bynk service must be marked and stored on the thermometer. Then after back up a new field appears in the settings: Custom Stream URI or token in which you need to paste the Blynk token from Blynk website.

Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

How to set up the BLYNK application?

Create a new Device (Hardware: Arduino; Connection Type: WiFi; Offline ignored period: 10 min)

Create a new Datastream: Low Temperature Alarm; Virtual Pin V14; Data Type Integer, High temperature alarm; Virtual Pin V15; Data Type Integer, Temperature; Virtual Pin V10; Data Type: Double

Create new Events; Low temperature alarm; Code: an-s1; High temperature alarm; Code: Av-s1; Sensor error; Code: s1_error

Grainfather

Whether you’re an Android or Apple user, download the app on your mobile, connect your device to your brewing equipment and let the step-by-step notifications guide you through your brew.

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The Grainfather service must be marked and stored on the thermometer config menu. Then a new field appears in the relay settings: Custom Stream URI in which you need to paste the Grainfather URI for the Custom controller.
Custom controller URI should look like example: /iot/abc-efg/custom
The temperature sending interval must not be less than 15 minutes.

Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

UbiDots

Systems Integrators, IoT Entrepreneurs and OEMs effortlessly self-construct Internet of Things (IoT) applications and connected services with Ubidots’ data collection, analysis, and visualization tools.

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The UbiDots service must be marked and stored on the thermometer. Then a new field appears in the settings: Token in which you need to paste the Ubidots token from the Ubidots site.
You can select the temperature sending interval of 1, 5 or 15 minutes.
Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

MQTT

You must enter your WiFi network data in the Network name and password fields. Watch out for uppercase and lowercase letters!
The Mqtt service must be marked and stored on the thermometer. Then a new field appears in the settings: MQTT server: Here you enter the link or IP address of the server. User & password:  Here you enter the username and password if it is set on the server.
You can select the temperature sending interval of 1, 5,15 or 60 minutes.
Click the SUBMIT button and reboot the device.

To view the data on the client, it is necessary to enter the topic: nautilis/temperature
The port is hardcoded to 1883

Management

Here you change the alarm and sensor settings.

Temperature controller

Here you can turn the temperature controler on/off or set desired value  to maintain the temperature.

Audio alarm

Here you can turn the thermometer audible alarm on or off.