Domoticz is a Open Source Home Automation software completely free (without plugins) that runs Windows, macOS, Linux and ARM chips (Raspberry Pi, Cubie …). You can also install it on a Synology NAS, FreeNAS or Docker. Domoticz can manage switches, sensors (temperature, humidity, speed and wind direction, brightness …), detectors (fire, open, movement …), IP camera. Numerous automation protocols are supported: 1-Wire, EnOcean, X10, RFXCOM, RFXLink, Z-Wave, MQTT, Mysensors … allowing Domoticz to manage a large number of Home Automation equipments. Other useful resources on the Internet: website of the project source code on GitHub, Wiki (in English), Forums.
ESP32 MicroPython project with several DS18B20 probes, publish the measurements to Domoticz using the HTTP JSON API
After several articles to present the principles of MicroPython on ESP8266 and ESP32 development board, it's time to get down to business. I propose to take the Arduino reading code of several Dallas ...
In the previous article, we discovered the Sonoff 4CH Pro, a control box that allows to control by WiFi and by radio 433MHz up to 4 relays. In this new tutorial, we will see how to install the ...
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Orange Pi Lite because of its low price and its performance close to a Raspberry Pi 3 is a very good solution to build a home automation server at a lower cost. Domoticz does not officially support ...READ MORE +
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Assign a fixed IP address to your Raspberry Pi can be very useful if you have many materials (computers, accessories, home automation, ESP Easy DIY projects, home automation box…) on its local ...READ MORE +