Posts Tagged ‘Moteino’

DIY Moteino guide

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

Felix writes, "I posted a short illustrated guide for making your own Moteino from SMD components. It also includes details how to burn the bootloader and fuses. Check it out here. Thanks and credit goes to forum user LukaQ for his contribution of the images and test sketches in this...

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Biking sweeper detectors

Thursday, August 18th, 2016

Sweeper bike detectors project from Cliff Batson (N4CCB): They are equipped with a Moteino transmitter running on 9V battery power that keeps them going all day for the event, while transmitting a beacon every 4s. They beacon their identity to the various checkpoints/rest points and in sag vehicles (cars with...

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RFM69_ATC: Automatic Transmission Control

Thursday, November 12th, 2015

Felix of LowPowerLab writes: There is now a new extension to the RFM69 library. It’s called RFM69_ATC aka Automatic Transmission Control. Many thanks to Tom Studwell who implemented this and shared it in the forum. The basic idea behind this extension is to allow your nodes to dial down transmission...

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Radio thermostat CT-50 review and install

Friday, November 6th, 2015

Felix of LowPowerLab writes: I mentioned before that there’s added support for HTTP requests in the gateway interface. That allows using things like wi-fi thermostats, and this story is a review of how I did just that. I wanted to integrate the home thermostat into the Moteino IOT Framework Gateway...

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Moteino IoT sprinkler controller automation

Monday, August 31st, 2015

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...

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More awesome DoorBell control

Friday, July 24th, 2015

Felix of LowPowerLab posted an update on his DoorBell Mote project  we covered previously: My first DoorBell Mote prototype was working nicely and it allowed monitoring the door bell (while also triggering it remotely – toddlers love it). But I wanted more. On weekends the family likes to get a well...

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DoorBell + Moteino = Awesome

Tuesday, April 14th, 2015

Felix of LowPowerLab has written an article detailing his DIY Moteino DoorBell: A lonely doorbell activated by a boring push-button at the front door is not very exciting in a world of Arduino and “Internet of Things”. I’ve been wanting to Arduinize the doorbell into the Moteino Framework gateway interface so that I...

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Adventures in Moteino: Remote temperature monitor

Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

  Colin over at CuPID Controls writes: We want to put our remote sense and control modules out into the wild and read and aggregate them as it makes sense. Our basic system layout is as below. We’ve got multiple wireless nodes that broadcast data periodically, and a controller/aggregator that...

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