WiFi Enabled Smart Outlet

Arduino smartout can be found at http://www.cutedigi.com/product_info.php?products_id=4295

WiFi shield can be found at

http://www.cutedigi.com/product_info.php?cPath=284&products_id=4237

As some pins of smart outlet and WiFi shields use the same pin. We need to make a pin jumper shield.

Basically, we route smart outlet shields's

D2 to Arduino's D0.

D3 to Arduino's D1.

D4 to Arduino's D3.

D5 to Arduino's D4.

D9 to Arduino's D5.

D11 to Arduino's D6.

D12 to Arduino's D7.

The full assembly is as follows:

The Arduino shetch is can be download here. http://www.cutedigi.com/pub/Arduino/WiFiOutlet/WIFI_SM.pde

We can use the TCP/IP test tool from www.simplecomtools.com to control the WiFi enabled smart outlet.

Wow! This is very cool. Though having a wifi spot for each outlet to automate things seems a little overkill; perhaps using this to control other 1-Wire or Zigbee outlets would be very nice.