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ESP8266 for a Smart Home - Part 1

ESP8266 for a Smart Home - Part 1

By Gamal Labib    View In Digital Edition  

This project is the first in a series demonstrating the application of ESP8266-based breakout boards for home automation. Here, we’ll control appliances around the house using smartphones in two modes: ambient conditions or manually. We’ll consider installing the ESP8266 as a stand-alone module external to the appliances and will also consider embedding a module within an appliance whenever appropriate.


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