Home Automation using Raspberry pi and IoT

Components Required Raspberry Pi Sensors - Temperature sensor (DS18B20) 8 Channel Relay (12V/ 7A/ 240 V AC) Bulb (60W) Description of components: Raspberry Pi The Raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized computer that can plug into your TV and a keyboard which was found for the intention of teaching basic concepts in schools. It is a portable little computer which can be used in electronic projects, and for many ...

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Making Fun | PiLarm: How to Build a Raspberry Pi Room Alarm

I’m always on the lookout for those teachable moments. Inspiration struck me when my 5-year-old asked for help in keeping his little brother from sneaking into his room. I spotted the perfect time to teach him about inputs, outputs, and programming. Learning is easier when the lesson centers on solving a personal problem. I could have built a simple alarm system any number of different ways, but I knew that ...

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Home Automation Framework

I. Title and Abstract The Home Automation Framework provides a web interface that allows users to control devices in their home using the browser on a smartphone, tablet, or PC. So far, the system allows for powering outlets on and off, locking and unlocking a deadbolt, and opening and closing blinds. The framework created for this project was designed to make it easy for future developers to integrate new ...

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Web Controlled 8-Channel Powerstrip

Greetings, fellow Raspberry Pi enthusiasts.  We are about to create a multi-purpose gadget that is sure to impress!  My primary reason for building this to to control my Christmas lights, but that is only one of many possible uses.  Basically you can plug in up to 8 appliance and turn them on and off independantly from your smart phone!  If you want to setup port-forwarding on your wireless router, you can ...

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