This dog feeder is a way that eliminates us having to text or call one another to see if dog has been checked up on by having a Twitter account that we can each access and check for dogs status to update
Arduino and Ethernet shield with webserver and temperature/humidity monitoring with DHT22 (Am2302) sensor.
This is the first part of the project and is an Arduino that can auto tweet one of 5 predetermined phrases to is own twitter account depending on what buttons are pressed.
The possibilities are endless with an Internet Meter. Feel free to share your ideas in the comments below.
The system I built is based on an Arduino microcontroller, which reads two sensors and controls the waterworks.
In this tutorial Justy will very kindly show you how to convert an Ethernet enabled Arduino into a NinjaBlock.
Successfully activating the Arduino with an Ethernet Shield. Succesfully light up LEDs and control 12v devices with Arduino.
Control physical devices using an Arduino based home automation controller that connects to your network and lets you switch things on and off using a web browser.
It utilizes an Arduino UNO, Arduino Ethernet shield, PIR sensor, and some switches to provide updates about your home to a local network webpage.
In this tutorial we’re going to control 2 lamps with an Arduino and an Ethernet Shield.