Ludzinc wrote a series of posts detailing his IoT garage door opener. See the full post on Ludzinc blog.
Albert David writes, “This blog explains how to use ESP-12F module without the need of a base board but with minimal set of components.” See the full post on his blog.
Kevin Darrah writes: The trigBoard is an IoT project that does one thing – it pushes you a notification triggered by a digital input. Well, it’s much more than that, but this is the inspiration. I wanted to design a WiFi board that essentially sleeps most of its life, but when that door switch, flood […]
App note from MAXIM Integrated on very compact PMIC using only single inductor to drive three independent switching regulators. Link here Small form factor and minimal power loss are key criteria for internet of things (IoT) hardware, particularly wearables. Meeting these criteria typically involves some tradeoffs. For example, to meet a specific power consumption goal, […]
Coyt Barringer documented his home energy monitor project called POVON. This first part of a series will detail the 20 Channel sub-metering hardware: Our initial goal was to monitor power consumption in different parts of the house, and we quickly realized every household circuit would need to be monitored. After some research, small clip on […]
Jarrett published a new build: I’ve been working on an ESP32 module. Part of the problem I’ve been seeing with inexpensive IoT dev boards, is that the design around the power system hasn’t been very good. Here’s my attempt to fix that. This is a battery-ready module with a proper lithium battery charge circuit, lithium […]
Kevin has been working on building his own thermostat, that is available on github: Does the world need another connected thermostat? When my thermostat went on the blink last winter, I looked at Nest, and Ecobee, and the other me-too thermostats, and I decided I would rather build my own. More details at baldwisdom.com.
Boris Landoni from Open Electronics writes about a new open source project Ethernet Relay board: The project we are introducing in this article wants on to take on that task by creating, through dedicated connections, the possibility to remotely control your entrance gate, your fish tank, the garden lights, the watering system and so on, […]
ON semiconductor’s IoT device development process. Link here (PDF) In this application note a complete list of process steps is described in order to develop a specific system in the IoT environment. In order to make the description more practical the PIR sensor alarm example is used.
Kenneth Finnegan built this YouTube channel IoT view counter, inspired by Becky Stern’s IoT counter: I’ve wanted an Internet connected read-out for some time now, inspired by the awesome shadow box IoT projects Becky Stern has been doing (weather, YouTube subscribers). I’m certainly not to the same level of packaging as her yet, but I’ve got […]
m0xpd writes: I’ve been playing with a new RF generator for the IoT beacon… Actually, I do myself a disservice, because I’ve done rather more than just play with the RF generator. First, I’ve replaced the little USB to serial dongle which I used to program the original system and built a complete interface, using the […]
Johan Kanflo designed a Esparducam board and built a low cost wifi camera with an Arducam Mini and a ESP8266 Wifi module: Sometime ago I came across the Arducam Mini which is quite a nice camera module from UCTronics. It is a small PCB with a two megapixel OmniVision OV2640 sensor, an interchangeable lens and an FPGA to do […]
Jesus Echavarria wrote a how-to on adding a USB power port to a switch: I want to start some projects with Arduino and IoT, so the first things I need is an Arduino board, an Ethernet shield and a switch to connect it to the net. Also I need a power supply for the Arduino board, […]
John Boxall from Tronixstuff has written an article on using Blynk with Arduino: There are many ways of remotely-controlling your Arduino or compatible hardware over the Internet. Some are more complex than others, which can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on your level of expertise. Lately we’ve become more interested in this topic […]
Vegard Paulsen blogged about his soldering-iron #IoT project: My trusty old soldering-iron recently got an upgrade! With the help of a NodeMCU. a RGB-LED it now reports the set temperature to the #IoT Thingspeak.com server through WIFI. It also sends me Prowl messages on my Iphone when I forget to turn it off. It all […]
Felix of LowPowerLab writes: Another node type is now available on the Gateway automation interface: a sprinkler controller. This is achievable through a board I designed to be able to control many outputs. I call this board IOShield and it features two 74HC595 serial to parallel shift registers. The IOShields are daisy chainable and can […]
Patrik Thalin writes: This device is installed in my home to monitor the usage of electricity. It counts the pulses from the meter and produces a log file with number of pulses and a time stamp that can later be analyzed. The hardware is quite simple. The NodeMCU development kit board with an ESP8266 running […]
@PixelatedPic tweeted, “IoT with ESP8266 + NodeMCU firmware and couple of Lua :) its alive!”
Kristian Lauszus writes, “In this blog post I will describe a IoT (Internet of Things) Vending Machine that I built quite some time ago with a friend of mine Sigurd Jervelund Hansen. At Sigurd’s dorm room they got hold of an old vending machine free of charge, as it did not work. We quickly decided that […]
Ray Wang from RaysHobby has written an article on his ESPToy 1.2, a ESP8266 development board based on the Lua firmware: A little while back I released the very first version of ESPToy — a ESP8266 Development Board with a few useful on-board components like color LED, button, and temperature sensor. It has a built-in […]