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Internet of the Backyard

5 Posts authored by: janisalnis
Previous post: Energia is out there for CC3200 A summary for Internet of Things roadtest Thanks to Texas Instruments Element 14 for possibility to be a roadtester for Simplelink Wi-Fi CC3200 launchpad. It is a single chip containing  both Wi-Fi connectivity processor and Cortex M4 core ARM processor communicating over internal SPI connection. I have tried to learn programming CC3200 in CCstudio and bloged about every step: Internet connectivity,  analog inputs, I2C, hibernation, ...
Previous post:CC3200-LAUNCHXL program uploading data to IoT and hibernating Next Post: CC3200 IoT Backyard Challenge Tomato Greenhouse Summary   Great news for Internet of Things and Backyard Challenge people!  Texas Instruments CC3200-LAUNCHXL board is now supported by Energia v.13+ http://energia.nu/pin-maps/guide_cc3200launchpad/ http://energia.nu/cc3200guide/ This blog post was featured by Hackaday.com.http://hackaday.com/2014/09/13/energia-on-the-cc3200/http://Yes!!! Af ...
Previous post:Sample upload to Plotly: success Next post: Energia is out there for CC3200 CC3200 measuring hot water pipe temperature in bathroom   It was my old dream to measure pipe temperature, but until appearance of CC3200 I was hesitating to install wires all the way from webserver to the bathroom. It is very practical now to tape CC3200 board to a pipe in the bathroom and run it from 2xAA rechargeable cells. No installation wires needed. Same code as used for greenhouse was used ...
Previous post: Internet of Things for the tomato greenhouse Next post: CC3200-LAUNCHXL program uploading data to IoT and hibernating     Plotly is an online service allowing to draw beautiful graphs. It is free of charge. Just register at Plotly. Limitation I read somewhere is that it would allow to store 50 plots. CC3200-LAUNCHXL roadtesters were adviced to use Plotly to graph Internet of Things data. In this post I show how to upload data to Plotly from a Linux PC bash script and ...
Next post: http://www.element14.com/community/groups/internet-of-things/blog/2014/08/24/sample-upload-to-plotly-success   Thanks to Element 14 for selecting me as a roadtester for the Backyard Challenge. Press release about the finalists: Element 14 Microwave Journal Engineersonline.nl Elektronik i Norden   10 projects are based on the new Texas Instruments chip CC3200 providing Internet connectivity over WiFi. Data can be graphed and analysed using Plotly. Now Internet of Thing ...