I need a way of measuring the volume of remaining fuel inside a 1200 Ltr fuel tank. The tank is outside, far away from my main home automation controller computer. I wanted an excuse to use the ESP8266, and this simple project seemed like a suitable one.
The software options 1. Arduino Bootloader + ESP8266 board file with inotool (+ scheduler) Given my previous software choice, which was a co-operative tte-systems scheduler that I ported from ARM, porting the system to the ESP8266 (RISC) seemed like the natural choice for me.