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Battery Charger Monitor
Wirelessly analyze the characteristics of a battery charger to see how or if it is working from anywhere you have internet access.

Each group of measurements is associated with a date, time and index number. The measurements are sent in JSON format over a wireless link by a Helium Atom to a Helium Element access point and then to the Helium Dashboard via an Ethernet connection every 20 seconds.

Also uses the Google Cloud to record and monitor the data produced by the system.
hackster.io  power  battery  monitor  cloud  google  helium  arduino 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
Drip - Low-Cost Precision Irrigation for Developing Nations - Hackster.io
Drip is a low-cost, efficient precision irrigation system that was designed to service the needs of farmers in developing nations.
agriculture  water  arduino  opensource  irrigation 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
IoSP: The Internet of Solved Problems with Particle @ Hackster.io
rom our homes to our offices to the environment and beyond, our world is filled with a lot of opportunities to solve challenging problems. Luckily, it’s also filled with a whole lot of problem solvers like you!

You have the brains and determination to solve just about anything thrown at you. That’s why we’re so excited to kick off the Internet of Solved Problems contest.
particle  arduino  esp32  projects  hackster.io 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
Board ESP8266 with LoRa and OTA
LoRaCatKitty : pcb to host esp8266, Lora interfaces, and Grove sensors.

Electronic Cats invests time and resources providing this open source design, please support Electronic Cats and open-source hardware by purchasing products from Electronic Cats!

Designed by Electronic Cats.
lora  lorawan  esp8266  wireless  ttn  thingsnetwork  iot  internetofthings  arduino 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
RemoteMe.org: remote control via free web page
At the beginning create account at remoteme.org

You can use the website to control your devices, unlike other solutions, in remoteMe you have full control over the sources of your website

RemoteMe.org allows you to host small websites in the cloud and use them to communicate with IoT devices. Types of files that can be hosted in the cloud are .html, .js, .css, .png, .gif, the maximum file size is 100KB (if you need a larger limit, contact remoteMe and it will be assigned to you), there is no limit on the number of files, or transfer.
remote  iot  internetofthings  cloud  browserbased  raspberrypi  arduino 
4 days ago by cyberchucktx

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