Android Based IOT with ESP 8266 and HTTP Widget

Controlling all your thing with your Android devices

Source Code: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/e08uykn7n0q5z5e/AADSOCiT-BuV32YlO4pHXHREa?dl=0

ESP8266 Intruder Detector Door Monitor || Cayenne IoT

The project will be here: https://www.hackster.io/gatoninja236/monitor-your-front-door-64064d

A device that can monitor a door and text you whenever an unauthorized person enters.

Check me out on hackster.io/gatoninja236!

Channel: Arduino Guy Projects and More!
Published: 2017-09-18 04:18:22
Duration: 3M1S
Views: 318
Likes: 5
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ESP8266 WiFi Control with Android App.

ESP8266 WiFi Control Device ( Relay )
http://androidcontrol.blogspot.com/2016/05/esp8266-wifi-control-relay.html

Android App on Google Play
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=esp8266.wifi.control

This ESP8266 WiFi Module Project you can control 4 channel relay outputs via WiFi Network.

Feature
4 Digital Output Control ON/OFF (Relay)
Control with WiFi Network
Change your device name
Save IP Address ( Port 80 )

Hardware
1.ESP8266 WiFi Module ( or NodeMCU )
2.4 Channel Relay Board. ( Active High )
3.OLED Display

Source Code on GitHub
https://github.com/amphancm/ESP8266WiFiControl

http://softpowergroup.net/
amphancm@gmail.com

Channel: Arduino Android IoT
Published: 2016-05-07 08:21:11
Duration: 3M39S
Views: 331087
Likes: 1288
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Alexa Enabled USB Fan With ESP8266

Demo of Alexa enabled USB Fan with an ESP8266 module. Used a Wemos D1 mini running fauxmoESP.

Instructable – https://www.instructables.com/id/Amazon-Alexa-Enabled-USB-Fan

GitHub Code – https://github.com/bbtinkerer/ESP8266AlexaEnabledUsbFan

Channel: bbtinkerer
Published: 2017-09-18 05:37:40
Duration: 1M3S
Views: 107
Likes: 0
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ESP8266 Relay Control via Web Browser

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This next video builds off the getting started video and swaps out the LED for a relay module controlled by an optoisolator. Instead of simply blinking an LED, we can control anything that can be plugged into a wall socket. This project also demonstrates using the aRest libraries to create a webpage to control our relay rather than just turning it on or off as we did in the last video.

Link to breadboard layout & code in this video:
https://github.com/ItKindaWorks/ESP8266/tree/master/Relay%20Control

Hardware you’ll need for this tutorial:
Breadboard
ESP8266-01 Module
FTDI (or similar) 3.3v USB to Serial Adapter
5V supply (my FTDI adapter supplies 5V and 3.3V, yours may not)
USB Cable
5 Male to Female Jumper Cables
4 Male to Male Jumper Cables
3 Pin JST female connector
Small Extra Jumpers
Optoisolator
5V Relay Module
220 Ohm Resistor
4.7k Ohm Resistor
100uf Capacitor
Pushbutton

Let me know what you want me to show you next!

Channel: ItKindaWorks
Published: 2016-02-26 17:04:06
Duration: 12M16S
Views: 24746
Likes: 228
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