A push button switch interfaced to the Arduino is read to see whether it is on or off. The state of the switch is displayed on a web page. The Arduino with Ethernet shield is set up as a web server and accessed from a web browser.
WIZnet Serial to Ethernet (S2E) Module provides Serial AT command and configuration tool to monitor and control the current mode of the device such as device setting, current running mode and connection status.
This is an online thermometer which could be used in applications that need temperature monitoring like labs where test, troubleshoot, and calibrate equipment which is installed in nuclear power plants . Each module must have a burn in time ranging from 24 hrs to 360 hrs per module under max load conditions. Could be used in online temperature sensor to monitor the efficiency of the cooling system in the burn in area.
This is Smart Plant with Ethernet and in Arduino. Ethernet is WIZnet W5500 Ethernet shield. It is very easily possible using the ethernet. Ethernet or internet is originally using TCP/IP Protocol communication. And originally TCP/IP Stack is Software. But, W5500 is solved TCP/IP Protocol 4 Layer. So, It is very easy possible ethernet
Test the echo back application through RaspberryPi and WIZ850io
This is the W5500 shield for GR_KURUMI and Arduino Pro Mini as well. It supports test code also.
The internet of things has come to my little apartment in New York City. After about a week of tinkering, soldering, and piecing together bits of code from here and there, I can now load a web page from any browser, see the current temperature in my apartment (and a graph of the last 12 hours), and turn the AC unit on or off with the click of a button. This was accomplished with an Arduino, the open-source prototyping platform and the community of artists, techies and hackers behind it. I’ll show you what it looks like, then I’ll show you how I put it all together (my code is at the bottom if you want to try it yourself!