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ArduPower – remote control AC devices over Ethernet

Posted on Friday, November 23rd, 2012 in Arduino, power supply by the machinegeek


Alberto Panu has designed this Arduino-based project to remotely control a bank of AC household current outlets through an Ethernet network. The project uses an Arduino Uno, Ethernet shield, ULN2003 Darlington transistor array along with six power relays and a handful of discrete components.

The AC outlets are controlled based upon Telnet commands and the system has built in password protection. All TCP/IP parameters, the password, information about the connected systems and the power line status before the system powers down are stored in EEPROM.

For schematic, source code and more details visit Alberto’s website.

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One Response to “ArduPower – remote control AC devices over Ethernet”

  1. Eng.Ahmad says:

    hello
    i want to know how can i control and monitoring throw ethernet

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