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Topic: Home automation with 433mhz and Arduino (Read 107 times) previous topic - next topic

FallChallenge

Hei guys,
I wanna show my last Internet of things project for Home Automation with 433mhz radio communication (using an Arduino connected with radio transmitter/receiver).
You can control 433 MHz RC power sockets, PIR, Door Sensors and much more with it.
I had a lot of 433mhz in my home, so I've decided to build something cool, easy to interact and start with. The system is pretty intuitive. The are a lot of cool features:

  • Multi-platform (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux).
  • Intuitive API to build your own interface.
  • Built-In Material design cards-based template.
  • Real-time UI refresh.
  • Detect Radio Frequency codes (433mhz).
  • Generate Cards and assign it to your rooms.
  • Control RC power sockets, PIR sensors, Door sensors and much more.
  • Totally Open Source & Open Hardware.


Iot-433Mhz is built on top of Node.js and can be installed through npm. The UI follows the material design guidelines. Below a preview:



Here the link to the repo:
https://github.com/roccomuso/iot-433mhz

Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks! :)
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