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Home Automation Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a chance to win a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Home Automation with OpenHAB 2 and Matrix CreatorIntroduction  This is my intro page for my Home Automation Project using OpenHAB 2 and the Matrix Creator with a Raspberry Pi 3 A+.  OpenHAB 2 a free Home Automation software that has many built in options that make building a clean interface to c ...
Previous post in this blog sequence: Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 - Part 2 Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 - part 3 - Let there be (better) light! Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 - PCBs, Schematics and new sensor module.   The new PCBs have arrived and I could not wait to try out my new LED board (I soldered up the 10 new LEDs boards last night and earlier to day, so I had no blank boards left for the picture)!  Five new shiny PCB types to pl ...
so, I am using Arduino Nano for this home automation project. and a Bluetooth module for controlling the home appliances using smart phone. the relay is used to turn O/OFF the mains(230 v) by using 5 v control signal form Arduino Nano through a transistor. the PIR motion sensor is used to detect the motion and turn ON/OFF the particular home appliance that we are often use when we enter into a room. say eg: light, fan, TV etc... the DHT 11 temperature and humidity sensor is used to display the t ...
For a while, Home Automation has been an interesting area to explore for me. But living in a rented house, changing the electrical connections (or hacking them) or the aesthetics is not allowed to an extent. So I have chosen an extension box which I can hack and modify without any constraint. I can, in turn, connect my home appliances to the extension box and control the power to the appliances. This way I have been doing projects for a while with different development boards and approaches (Mor ...
Previous post in this blog sequence: Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 - Part 2 Kitchen Lighting System Phase 2 - part 3 - Let there be (better) light!   When I haven't been tending to the 3D printer, buzzing busily, building pieces for the light modules, I have been busy designing the electronics and PCBs for the system.  I have changed a the overall plan a bit, eliminating the optional EnOcean light sensor module and replacing it with a newly desi ...
Home Automation Enter Your Electronics & Design Project for a chance to win a $100 Shopping Cart! Back to The Project14 homepage Project14 Home Monthly Themes Monthly Theme Poll   Ok, most of the so-called smart thermostats aren't very smart. The following reasons are from www.smarthab.us It should control the temperature inside the house without regard to heating or cooling modes It should control the fan, ie air quality or how many times do we turn over the air in the house pe ...
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Talk to me HOME!

Posted by sarthakkelapure Feb 11, 2019
Using telgram API, you can talk to your home and ask it to do things anywhere from the world. Totally secure and configurable. ...