Category: Difficulty level

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Beginner: you learn programming, micro-controllers, electronics … in short you need tutorials that guide you step by step on simple subjects to get you started.
Advanced: You have already programmed and you would like to go further. You would like to make your own connected objects, start creating scripts on a home automation server.
Confirmed: putting your hands in the terminal is no problem. You have a good knowledge of programming. You have problems to solve. You want to move on to the next step and develop real DIY projects.
Expert: Do you really need DIY Projects? In any case I hope you will find plenty of new ideas. The entire community would be happy to take advantage of your knowledge and experience. The comments and social networks are there for that.

In the previous article, we saw how to easily integrate Xiaomi Aqara accessories under Domoticz with Node-RED using the Zigbee sniffer of Zigbee2MQTT projects. ...

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We will see how to integrate Xiaomi Aqara or Mijia accessories without needing the official gateway to a Domoticz server. In the previous post, we were able to ...

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The Zigbee2mqtt project that allows you to build a home automation bridge using a Texas Instrument Zigbee CC2531 sniffer. It is a project equivalent to the ...

The ESP8266 module has the deep sleep mode which allows to put it in hibernation to save the battery. You can wake up the module at regular intervals to make ...

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We will compare the three proximity sensor technologies that make distance measurement possible. HC-SR04 by ultrasound, Sharp GP2Y0A02YK0F by infrared and ...

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The Sharp GP2Y0A02YK0F Proximity Proximity Sensor allows distance measurements between 20cm and 150cm. It is quite easy to get an Asian clone rated A02YK0 for ...

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In the last article, we tested the 3.5 '' LCD touch screen for the Raspberry Pi 3. This small screen is very well suited for carrying out a portable ...

We are continuing our series of tests of different display solutions for the Raspberry Pi 3. Today, I propose to test the LCD 3.5 '' HDMI touch screen ...

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For this new project we will go a little further and make a case by 3D printing. We will stay on the 433MHz frequency by integrating a Superheterodyne KSA6 ...

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The ESP8266 was released in 2014. In just a few years it has gone from a simple WiFi module project for Arduino for a few euros to a full development board. ...

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