Project Description

Blynk With Arduino

This project is an example of Ethernet shield.
Users can easily manage their house by using Arduino platform through Blynk Platform.
This project is included in category of Remote Control on WIZnet Museum.

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Components
-. Arduino UNO
-. Arduino Ethernet Shield
-. Mini Breadboard
-. Green, Red LED
-. 2100 Ohm resistors
-. Jumper wires
-. Cat5 Cable for Ethernet
-. USB cable

 

Wire It Up

Picture of Wire It Up
Picture of Wire It Up

I ran jumpers from ground, pin 9 and pin 6 to the breadboard and placed the resistor(s) between the + (anode) and the signal jumper.

Code It .. Sort Of

Picture of Code It .. Sort Of
Picture of Code It .. Sort Of
Picture of Code It .. Sort Of

Create a new project in the Blynk app on your phone (download it first of course) . Add a button and set it from the default of “push” to switch. The set the output pin ( I used pin 9 for the red LED ). Add a slider and associate it to your pin. Make sure it’s a PWM pin ( I used pin 6 for the green LED ) I turned off the “send values on release only” setting as I wanted it to dim in real time.

Click on the nut icon for project settings and send yourself the auth token.

In codebender, I used the appropriately titled BlynkBlink example. The code that matters is as follows:

 

For more information, please refer to the following link;

Source : http://www.instructables.com/id/Blynk-With-Arduino/.