The system consists of a low power consumption PC running Windows 7 (Dell OptiPlex FX170), an APC Rack PDU AP7940 to control the well pump, and an Arduino UNO R3 with a 3 wire 15 psi water pressure sensor and a Ethernet Shield.
This project is a great example of the Raspberry Pi’s ability to eclipse Arduino when it comes to interaction. [Fall Deaf] mentions that he used to use an Arduino board with an Ethernet shield to add extensible interactivity to his project.
Are you tired of having to rush back home when you are already late for appointment, to find your stove was actually off? Or tired of the shockingly high bills at the end of the month due to the hours that the stove was left on by mistake. Here is an easy hack for you that is cheap and easy to do…
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.
his project is about the internet enabled catfeeder which is controlled by Arduino and Ethernet Shield. It is very simply and easy code you can make for auto-feeder system.
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.
The writer implemented and had been developing the Home automation using X10 module, which is operated on the basis of Heyu(X10 Automation for Linux, Unix and Mac OS X, text-based console program for remotely controlling http://www.heyu.org/) with PLC and also this device can be operated by RF remote control since 2002. However new and better system was required due to the below problems.
This project is for home automation. The author says it is hard and costly(time mainly) to build own home automation system. So the author posts to help user who want to build own home automation. The author is posting step by step over long period of time and it is not completed yet. He builds basic nodes: temperature and humidity sensors and RF module. And Wireless to Ethernet Gateway using MQTT.