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BTSwitch project controls devices with Android smartphone

Posted on Wednesday, June 27th, 2012 in Android, Arduino, wireless by the machinegeek


Luca Dentella writes, “Hello! I’ve just published my latest project, an Arduino-based bluetooth switch you can control via Android App.”

The design uses an Android smartphone app which communicates via Bluetooth with a Bluegiga WT11 module, which in turn communicates with an Arduino controlling a relay switch.

Luca’s plans and code are available on his website.

Via the contact form.

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