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Homemade thermostat and wireless temperature sensor [Project]
posted January 4 2014 11:36.31 by spic0m




A homemade thermostat up in the basement rafters controls the heating in Tom's home. The smart bit is the radio frequency communication that connects it to a remote temperature sensor.
This demo is just a first step on the way to a more comprehensive home automation system. The plan is to use a BeagleBone to coordinate a network of sensors and appliances, interacting via a browser client and logging data to the web.





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