Remotely control your Raspberry Pi. People are starting to do all kinds of things with their Raspberry Pi, like having it open and close a garage door, automate lighting and heating in the home, and so on.
Even if you don’t yet have a project like this, this tutorial will still serve as a useful introduction to writing web applications with Python. We’ll be using Arch Linux as the operating system for our project, because it is lightweight and we won’t need a desktop environment. This tutorial assumes that you have flashed the latest Arch Linux ARM image (in our expert’s case archlinux-hf-2013-05-14) to an SD card. If you haven’t, the instructions for flashing an image can be found on our site. You’ll only need to go up to the step where you write the image to the SD card. Resources A Raspberry Pi Arch Linux A second computer – for SSH and testing. Electric controls. Piloter des volets roulants Velux avec une IPX800 V3. Le contexte : Lors de la première partie de la rénovation de la maison, j’ai fait poser un velux®.
Prévoyant, je voulais que le volet roulant (VR) de celui-ci puisse être commandé par un système domotique tiers. Piloter des volets roulants Velux avec une IPX800 V3. Bienvenue sur touteladomotique.com. Voici mon retour d'expérience sur le sujet.
Pour fatal25, j'ai lu avec beaucoup d’intérêt l'article sur l'ipx800 qui semble à mon humble avis "la" solution pour "domotiser" individuellement ses vélux.je n'ai pourtant pas opté pour cette solution car dans mon cas de figure, j'ai fais posé, en neuf, 3 vélux avec les volets. Il faut savoir que la garantie constructeur saute si on alimente en 24 volt le volet avec un autre produit que le kux100 (velux).Je suis donc revenu sur mon fameux KLF100 (toujours commercialisé) pour piloter le(s) kux100.
Email controlled home. By martinm, in Internet of Things, june 28,2012.
In Europe, most of the roof windows are produced by Velux, to the point that in current language Velux has become a common noun like frigidaire was a while back. Well, now Velux produces motorized windows. The obvious questions is what do we need to add to be able to control such a window from a computer? Controlling this Velux roof window from a computer, how tempting... The first idea that came to mind was to hack the remote control by placing relays in parallel with the buttons. Let's not even think of hacking the remote control: too complex However, Velux commercializes the KLF 100 interface, specifically dedicated to this kind of job. The KLF 100 interface, however is designed for this... Interface KLF 100. What's the status of io-homecontrol (velux) - Google Groupes.
Hi, On 06/01/2014 18:29, luca...
@gmail.com wrote: > I own 3 spare remotes (the ones with hardware buttons - not touch) > from Integra roof windows (from 2009) and I need to control all of it > from the home-automation PLC ( 750-831 from Wago ). > Buttons are connected to the NEC chip of the remote in a matrix of > 5x2 an should be sufficient to use 7 outputs of the arduino to > control all of them through optocouplers. I did this kind of thing (using optocoupler controlled by 1-wire switches) to "manipulate" remotes of unknown blind found installed into my home. It works well, but optocouplers generate a voltage drop (not sure of this English expression, "chute de tension" in French) that is not present with plain contact (buttons of the remote).
Integrated Transceivers, Transmitters and Receivers. Model The model number is a specific version of a generic that can be purchased or sampled.
Status Status indicates the current lifecycle of the product. This can be one of 4 stages: Pre-Release: The model has not been released to general production, but samples may be available. Package Description The package for this IC (i.e. For detailed drawings and chemical composition please consult our Package Site. Pin Count Pin Count is the number of pins, balls, or pads on the device.
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But you are asking this because you see it at a pure electronic level. In that case, indeed a pull-up resistor would be needed to insure that an inherently high-z input would remain at high level and low-z to avoid noise triggering. But remember we are dealing with a remote control here where we are merely replacing the physical buttons switches by transistors. So we can obviously assume that the manufacturer of the remote has already taken care of that because an open switch is definitely even higher-z than an unbiased transistor, so we don't need to do it twice. Hope this helps, Yves.