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Open Source Home Automation Project using Arduino UNO + Ethernet Shield

How Does it Work The main brain for this project is Arduino UNO Board along with Arduino Ethernet Shield to give it a wireless connectivity.Arduino runs a code to control a Relay board according to the input and also serves a web page through which respective output to the relay board can be controlled.Through relay …

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DIY Home Security + Automation using a Raspberry Pi

This instructable should help you set up a DIY home security + automation system that uses 433Mhz door/window sensors, 433 MHz PIR motion sensors and webcams to monitor your home and 433MHz outlets to control lights etc. The original project was completed in phases and published on my personal blog at http://tkmaker.blogspot.com/2013/11/raspberry-pi-h…. This instructable is …

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WiFi based home automation by Intel Edison and Banana Pi M1

#IntelIoT#2015HackNTU Hi! People, This is the project I done alone during the period of National Taiwan Univ. Hackthon, since August 21, 2015 to August 23, 2015 in Taipei. I tried to make something could be helpful to those Taiwaness whose age is old. So, I picked those comsuming electronics products up which is available and …

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Simple home automation. RaspberryPi + Android

Control relays connected to you RaspberryPi using Android app. Setup multiple RaspberryPi devices around your house. Single device can operate up to 8 relays and all of them are self-discoverable using lightweight network protocol. No complicated setup. Name each relay, give its type (button, switch) and operate it from a dead simple app interface. For …

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Automation controller taps Raspberry Pi Compute Module

Techbase has designed a Raspberry Pi Compute Module into a Linux-based “ModBerry” automation computer backed by an “iMod” cloud platform for remote control. The computer-on-module version of the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, which began shipping this week, was anticipated by many, but perhaps nowhere so acutely as in Poland. First, we heard about A Sherlybox …

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