Applications, Arduino Ethernet, Automation, Cloud, Ethernet Shield, Gateway, Remote Control, Serial to Ethernet, Serial to Ethernet, W5100, W5100robert
Here’s an example using Arduino to monitor the position of a garage door, and wirelessly report the position to OpenHAB, to be displayed the web interface.
The RF Power Sockets are one of the fast and easy way to control an electrical device without be involved in wiring and cabling activities (and either being far from your line 120/220 V), these device shall be placed in between your socket and the device that you are willing to control. These come with a remote control device that allow you to turn them ON and OFF.
There are a lots of Twitter feed readers around the Web that use Arduino AND a PC to display twits on LCD displays or whatsoever. Then, I decide it was the time to design a solution for performing the same job WITHOUT A PC, and here's the project.
Welcome to my fish tank aquarium controller project. I created this project to enable the ability to track tank data and feed my fish. I have been playing with Arduino projects for a while now, and thought this would be a fun project.
Remote control for home lighting and heating (Домашняя автоматизация с openHAB: освещение и удаленное управление обогревателями)
Applications, Arduino Ethernet, Cloud, Ethernet Shield, Gateway, IoT, Remote Control, Serial to Ethernet, W5100, W5100, Webrobert
All of a sudden, during the discussion about home automation at work, I was struct by an ides that I wanted to heat up my cold room before my arrival at home. I wanted to set up desired temperatures and control remotely at any time.
Geeknesia is an Internet Of Things platform, kind of like ThingSpeak but it's from Indonesia. I use Arduino Uno and Ethernet Shield for sending DHT21's data (Humidity and Temperature) from my lab to Geeknesia.
Arduino is well known for the large variety of sensors / modules that can be connected. It is quite easy to hook up a temperature or humidity sensor to get instant feedback about the surrounding environmental conditions.
Many software developers are using MCU of various bends like PSoC of Cypress, ATmega of ATmel and PIC series of Microchip. However it is very rare to provide the compatible driver and example for their MCU. They are not sharing those information but providing to use for study materials in the school. Below blog page is an excellent resource for whom using PSoC.
This project introduces a self-written library that implements POSIX sockets, also called Berkeley sockets, for ST Nucleo + Ethernet Shield Setup.