For our project we wanted to create an Ethernet data logger that could take data from a temperature sensor and a PIR motion sensor. This would allow us to graph motion and temperature over time allowing users to know when a space was most in use and perhaps whether it was being heated effectively.
Applications, Arduino Ethernet, Automation, Ethernet Collection, Ethernet Shield, Remote Control, W5100, WIZ Treasurebongbong
This tutorial is the example on how to implement Home Automation system using MQTT and OpenHAB. And it also introduces as many examples as possible to be implemented by Ethernet based on Arduino Ethernet shield as well as WiFi module based on ESP8266.
Applications, Automation, Ethernet Collection, Ethernet Shield, Remote Control, W5100, Web, WIZ TreasureEli
This project is a good example of DIY home automation which is to control LED lights from Philips using Arduino instead of Philips Hue Bridge (a kind of gateway solution to control the LED lights).
This project is made of physical interface version and virtual interface of home automation. Pyhsical interface is a small model house that physically mimics the things you can know about in my real house. (using the MQTT protocol)
If you are looking for a way to control an Arduino based devices, this instruction will show you how to do it by building simple robot. The IoBot can be controlled by mobile and computer application via LAN or USB Cable.
The Nordic Semiconductor nRF51 Developer Kit, an mbed.org enabled micro-controller, is the first of its kind from Nordic Semiconductor that is compatible with the Arduino UNO rev3 hardware standard – however it lacks any form of on-board Ethernet connectivity. To figure out exactly how to utilise the Arduino Ethernet Shield and give the nRF51-DK Ethernet support
So I though to realize a cheap fully working distributed architecture where: Raspberry PI= PLC Controller (Codesys 3.5 SP Arduino Mega 2560= 1st remote I/O Arduino Uno= 2nd remote I/O Modbus TCP/IP: communication protocol
This is post using Arduino and Ethernet Shield to beep Morse Code. And It use the TCP protocol via Ethernet, which enables any device connected to the same network to send Morse Code as audio
IoT base station The author has posted a very interesting idea used W5500. Unlike other open source approaches loads the bootloader software not using TFTP from the local network, but via HTTP from the Internet. Below is the post content.