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Voice Controlled Electrical Appliances using Android app and ESP8266

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iozvVt0EL_M This Tutorial is a part of "Controlling Home Appliances using Android App". If you have not read the first part before, I strongly recommended to read it first(Click Here To Read Part 1). As in part 2 of the tutorial we built an android app to control GPIO of ESP8266 using button press. In this tutorial instead of button we will Speech Recognization to control sam ...

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[IOT]Controlling Home Appliences with ESP8266 and Android App – Part -2

This tutorial is a part two of “Controlling Home Appliances using Android App”. In this article we will make an android app from scratch, to control led of ESP8266 Node MCU board, that we controlled from browser last time. To create an app, we will use “MIT APP INVENTOR 2”. Its a very simple way to make android app within few min. You can find Documentation for app invetor on this bellow link: http://appinv ...

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[IOT] Controlling Home Appliances with ESP8266 and Android App – Part -1

This is article is first part of controlling home appliances using android app. In this series of tutorial, we will go step by step of creating android app and controlling home appliances over internet using ESP8266 wifi chip. This below video will guide you through the objective of this tutorial. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iozvVt0EL_M Hardware Needed: Node MCU V1.0 or ESP8166-12E USB Data Cable   ...

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PWM Tutorial

In this article, we will learn what is PWM? PWM signals can be used to control motor speed or brightness of led, driving servo motors or to change the amount of power going to any devices. Let’s start with a description of waveforms. Here a wave form of 10Volt looks like You can see 10V and 0V on above figure. If we will create a waveform 10V half of time and 0V half of the time, you can see a waveform some ...

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How To Setup Your Own MQTT Server/Broker

 You can setup your own MQTT server/Broker on any Cloud Server or on a local machine or everyone’s favorite Raspberry PI. In this article, we will learn how to setup a local MQTT server at our Home on Raspberry Pi. You Need: Raspberry Pi 2 Internet Connection 30 Min Time [InsertAddForPost] Step 1: We need to install few dependencies before we compile and run our own MQTT server. sudo apt-get update sudo apt ...

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