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SW - Sketchup. QNAP addons. Coordinated stepper motor control (arduino) Make a Mini CNC Plotter with old DVD players Arduino and L293D. Mini Traceur CNC Arduino Traduction de la configuration du traceur en français et ajout d'une variable "vitesseDeplacement" permettant d'ajuster la vitesse de déplacement des axes X et Y Projets DIY - 02/2016 D'après Mini CNC Plotter firmware, based in TinyCNC Send GCODE to this Sketch using gctrl.pde Convert SVG to GCODE with MakerBot Unicorn plugin for Inkscape available here More information about the Mini CNC Plotter here (german, sorry): #define LINE_BUFFER_LENGTH 512 const int penZUp = 130; // Angle servomoteur, crayon relevé const int penZDown = 40; // Angle servomoteur, crayon baissé const int penServoPin = 6; // Pin sur lequel est relié le servomoteur const int stepsPerRevolution = 20; // Valeur par défaut Servo penServo; // Objet pour actionner le servomoteur struct point { // /!

Getting start with MQTT Mosquitto Broker on Raspberry Pi, Windows, MacOS and Linux • DIY Projects. Mosquitto is an Open Source MQTT (Broker) server that can be installed on a Raspberry Pi (but also on other platforms) to facilitate communication between connected objects (M2M). Mosquitto is an ideal tool for integrating objects connected to a home automation server such as Jeedom, openHAB, Domoticz or Home Assistant. In this tutorial we will install Mosquitto on Raspberry Pi and discover how to use it directly from Terminal, Node-RED and MQTT.fx (Windows). MQTT (Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) is a messaging protocol that works on the principle of underwriting / publishing that was developed at the base to simplify communication between the machines.

To run it is necessary to install a server, which is designated by Broker. You can install your own Broker, which we will do in this article. You can install it on almost all platforms including the most common (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X ….) but also on a Raspberry Pi (which works under Linux after all). QoS0. Other useful functions. Blynk + ESP8266: drive a Pan-Tilt PTZ SG90 in WiFi with a smartphone or tablet • DIY Projects. In this tutorial we will learn how to assemble a PTZ mini-kit (Pan-Tilt) based on SG90 servo motor. We will use Blynk to drive the PTZ turret in WiFi.

If you have a Blynk account you can go directly to the assembly step. For best performance, it is advisable to install a local Blynk server. Indeed, even if the transfer is very fast, the orders will pass through the servers of By installing a local server, you will eliminate latency. For this project, you can use your official Blynk account (and use some energy) or install a local Blynk server and enjoy unlimited energy and reduce latencies. PTZ kits are available from €4 in china.

Base Assembly (PAN) We will start by assembling the base. Follow the steps below to assemble the base Tilt Mount Assembly For the tilt bracket, you will need the following parts. Follow the steps below to assemble the tilt bracket Final assembly Now you just have to assemble the support of inclination on the base Equipment used Circuit Start Blynk. Recycle a remote-controlled car (RC car) with an ESP8266, Shield Motor Wemos d1 mini and Blynk • DIY Projects. For this new project, I propose to recycle a remote-controlled car by replacing the radio receiver by an ESP8266.

The engines will be controlled using a shield Motor for Wemos d1 mini presented in this article. You definitely have an old remote-controlled car that hangs at home. The remote control no longer works or has been lost. For this project, we will remove the printed circuit board containing the receiver and the motors. We will keep only the engines and battery pack that will be used to power the 2 engines. For this project, I propose you to use the shield Motor for Wemos d1 mini.

Since it is a remote-controlled car project, there are necessarily options :-). Warning. Indeed, if you do not want to invest in a shield motor, it is quite possible to use an H-bridge, for example the L293D. On an L293D, it will be necessary to connect a complementary power supply (eg a 4.5V battery) on pin 8 (VCC2) to deliver enough power to the motors. Think about the planet. Create a new project.

Raspberry Pi Zero W and Node-RED MQTT Surveillance Camera for Home Assistant • DIY Projects. Since version 1.3, the Raspberry Pi Zero has a camera connector on which the 8MP camera of the Raspberry Pi can be connected by means of an adapter. Home Assistant supports many cameras. In this project, we will be manufacturing – very quickly – a mini surveillance camera using Node-RED. Node-RED will be used to take a snapshot at regular intervals and send the image to Home Assistant by an MQTT message.

Home Assistant supports many types of camera (full list). Since version 0.46, Netgear’s Arlo cameras are partially supported. To make a DIY surveillance camera from a Raspberry Pi Zero W, we have several solutions at our disposal: FFmpeg Camera: There is no official package for Raspbian. So I turned to MQTT. Lighting Connect a speaker and broadcast audio recordings: alarm, dog barking, siren … Trigger the opening of a gate or a gate Transforming the camera into a video door entry system … Why Node-RED. Il existe trois versions du Raspberry Pi Zero. Activate the camera Note.

Apache Guacamole (incubating) / Discussion / Help:default username and password. Qnapclub Store. How to install a 3rd Party Repository on a QNAP. How to install a 3rd Party Repository on a QNAP. UniFi Controller Architecture Explained. Qnap install Unifi Controller in Docker (Container Station) | UrYouTube. Install Ubiquiti's UniFi Controller on a Raspberry Pi. #Compatibility I currently run Ubiquiti's UniFi Controller on a Raspberry Pi 3B without issue. I have tried with a Raspberry Pi 1B, but the application crashes on startup.

I assume it is due to a lack of RAM. Presumably, it would run on a Raspberry Pi 2B as well (same amount of RAM), but I have not tested it on this model. YMMV. #Instructions Install Raspbian on a SD card. #Bonus If you (like me) prefer easy to type (and remember) URLs, then we can move the UniFi controller to ports 80 & 443 (standard HTTP and HTTPS ports). Search - Docker Hub. Meet Oco – Oco Smart Cloud Cameras. T3010 charity return – Filing information. How It Works | SmartThings. LIFX | Live a more illuminated life. Steve Gibson's Three Router Solution to IOT Insecurity | PC Perspective. Even before the formulation of the term "Internet of things", Steve Gibson proposed home networking topology changes designed to deal with this new looming security threat. Unfortunately, little or no thought is given to the security aspects of the devices in this rapidly growing market.

One of Steve's proposed network topology adjustments involved daisy-chaining two routers together. The WAN port of an IOT-purposed router would be attached to the LAN port of the Border/root router. In this arrangement, only IOT/Smart devices are connected to the internal (or IOT-purposed) router. The idea was to isolate insecure or poorly implemented devices from the more valuable personal local data devices such as a NAS with important files and or backups. Gibson's alternative formula reversed the positioning of the IOT and border router. The third time really is the charm for Steve! Continue reading our editorial covering IOT security methodology!!

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OpenTherm. Particle. RPi. 19. Phase-locked Loops. #60: Basics of Phase Locked Loop Circuits and Frequency Synthesis. Introduction to Phase Locked Loops. Untitled. Being able to back up data to the cloud is very useful. It means that even if your Raspberry Pi dies or your SD card gets corrupted, your data is still safe. It also means that you can access your data from any where in the world. If you have a Google drive account, you can use the grive program to sync a folder on your Pi with your Google drive. Install grive Start by making sure that your Pi's software is up to date, install some additional packages, and get the code using git: $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get upgrade $ sudo apt-get install git cmake build-essential libgcrypt11-dev libjson0-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev libexpat1-dev libboost-filesystem-dev libboost-program-options-dev binutils-dev libboost-test-dev libqt4-dev libyajl-dev $ git clone Modify /home/pi/grive/libgrive/src/drive/ to resolve some compiler problems.

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THANK YOU for your patience as we continue to update the website to fix remaining problems, and maintain all the functionality and content that visitors expect. Known issues and “TO DO” items Updates on fixed items Functionality issues. Part 1: Clock Jitter, Jitter Classifications and Measurements. How to sign up for VyprVPN from your QNAP – Golden Frog Support. If you do not have an account for VyprVPN yet, you can sign up within the VyprVPN app on your QNAP. Follow the steps below to get started. 1. First, install VyprVPN for QNAP on your device. Click here for instructions. 2. Once the app is installed, open it and you will see the login screen. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. If you need assistance at any time, our support department would be happy to help. Buy VPN Account - Try VyprVPN Free. Citations [1] — Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention (December 2002)[Link] [2] — Presented to The American Heart Association’s Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology 2013 Scientific Sessions.

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MotionSensor. TempSeonsor. Good Techniques. Background info. Servo - Stepper. ESP8266 Weather Station: Measuring Inside and Outside Temperature – Part 1 | Squix TechBlog. The code you get with the WeatherStation ( is meant as a starting point for beginners and enthusiasts to display information. So far there are modules to get correct time from the internet as well as current and future weather conditions. Now let’s get a bit more local. What if you wanted to measure and display information from various places in your house or apartment? This blog post shows you how to attach a DHT22 temperature/humidity sensor either directly to the WeatherStation (in case you want to measure it where the WeatherStation is) or how to collect and display data from another room over WiFi.

Requirements & Preparation For this tutorial I assume that you already have a working WeatherStation and a DHT22 breakout board ready. Attaching the DHT22 to the ESP8266 directly to the WeatherStation Next you need to import the DHT22 library. And now search for the DHT library: That’s it! Now a beer! WeatherBug: ESP8266 WeatherStation with IFTTT and HomeKit support. I assume you're familiar with Daniel Eichhorn's ESP8266 Weather Station. I modified it to do a little more. Hardware changes Used a WeMos D1 mini with the DHT shield Software changes Added IFTTT support for getting notifications when indoor temperature is too high or low.Publish indoor temperature over MQTT, so it is accessible via HomeKit with Siri.Made it work with Arduino 1.6.7 by using NTPclient library.

As you may know, we're having a baby soon! WeatherStation First thing I would recommend is to get the original WeatherStation code working by following the instructions here. Go enable the IFTTT Maker channel here: ( your API key.Paste the key here in my WeatherBug code.Make two recipes like this one with an event name of Nursery_Temperature_Low and Nursery_Temperature_High HomeKit If you're wondering how HomeKit fits into the picture here, first go read this and try to get that working. Done! Try to get Helvetica on this screen. Quick setup for MQTT testing of an API for IoT.

For the ones who want to build Internet enabled devices the MQTT connectivity protocol is a must to know and master. The protocol has been around for quite some time when Internet of Things was young and called Machine to Machine :) It was developed by IBM and sits on top of TCP/IP. The main advantages over the traditional HTTP requests based style communication is the low footprint, quality of service settings and good performance even on unreliable connections. You can learn more about it here . For using MQTT communication you need at least two entities a server based broker that listens to a series of topics and a device that sends the messages.

For testing purposes of course you can run both of them locally if you want but that won't help you to store data in the cloud or control things remotely. The first step is to register on the platform and create a Device as an entry point for your data on the cloud. The topic structure is : Happy Hacking! Thank you. Configuring IFTTT to Text | DIY ESP8266 Home Security with Lua and MQTT.

Remember this diagram from the start of the tutorial? The green box in the lower right is If This Then That (, a web site that monitors streams for events and takes actions based on them. If This Then That (IFTTT) uses programs called recipes to react to things on the Internet. There re two components to the recipe we'll use that are important: one is the ability for IFTTT to read an topic, and the other is the abilit to send SMS text messages (note that IFTTT imposes a 100 message per month limit).

Here is what your page will look like when you're done (except it will show your phone number): Let's get started making the recipe! Click the light blue "Create a Recipe" button on the right side of the landing page. The first step is to define the trigger that will cause the recipe to run. Now, I already have Adafruit as one of my trigger channels because I've already built the alarm system. This will take you to the second recipe configuration step: There! Particle.hackster. Particle.hackster. First IoT Project Builder - myDevices Cayenne. Hackster. Particle Projects. Particle.hackster. Mail Beacon - Home. Remote access: WebDAV or VPN. Internet of Things IoT Tutorial from Beginners.

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