Der Homeduino 2.0 als vielseitiges LAN/WLAN-Sensormodul für die Homematic

/Der Homeduino 2.0 als vielseitiges LAN/WLAN-Sensormodul für die Homematic
Der Homeduino 2.0 als vielseitiges LAN/WLAN-Sensormodul für die Homematic2018-08-01T13:40:43+00:00

Project Description

This project is a universally configurable sensor module forhome automatic system. This solution can be easily recreated with a few components and customizable with free software.

 

 

PARTS

1. W5100 chip embedded Ethernet Shield

2. Arduino MegaR3

3. Digital temperature sensor

4. NTC sensor

4. IR sensor to detec TV remote controller signal

5. Remot controller for 433MHz Receiver

 

Following board can be modified upon user’s needs.

How To Guide  

 

1. The three boards used simply plug together and gets a robust structure that can be installed in a suitable enclosure.  The mated Homeduino looks like above the picture.  It is important that the Ethernet board is always inserted at the top and is not plugged in by this Board of Pin D4 or slightly curved outwards.

2. Connect various sensors to the screw terminals of Homeduino I / O Shields.

3.  For software installation and other setup, follow the guide below 

–   “for non-admin install Download”    http://arduino.cc/download_handler.php?f=/arduino-1.6.3-windows.zip, unpack into a new directory  “homeduino / Arduino 1.6.3   “and the USB driver in the subdirectory” drivers “install by calling the appropriate .exe file.

–   in the subfolder “homeduino / arduino_1.6.3 / libraries additional libraries copied” following now as subdirectories. You can make yourself easy and unzip the zip file here and all folders to the existing libraries copy homeduino_20_libraries … or you follow the steps to obtain the most current libraries:

–   Get the following data package, unzip the folder and “OneWire” as a subdirectory in the directory “librarieswegspeichern”: http://www.hacktronics.com/code/OneWire.zip

–   Get the following data package, unzip the folder and “DHT Sensor library-master” and rename the subdirectory “DHT” in the directory “libraries wegspeichern”: https://github.com/adafruit/DHT-sensor-library/archive /master.zip

–   Get the following data package, unzip the folder and “NewPing” as a subdirectory in the directory “librarieswegspeichern”: https://arduino-new-ping.googlecode.com/files/NewPing_v1.5.zip

–  Get the following data package, unzip the folder and “RCSwitch” as a subdirectory in the directory “librarieswegspeichern”: https://rc-switch.googlecode.com/files/RCSwitch.zip

–   Get the following data package, unzip the folder and “Arduino irRemote master rename” and as a subdirectory “irRemote”in the directory “libraries wegspeichern”: https://github.com/shirriff/Arduino-IRremote/archive/master.zip

–   Get the following data package, unpack it and the subdirectory “SFE_BMP180” in the “libraries” wegspeichern:https://github.com/sparkfun/BMP180_Breakout/archive/master.zip

–  Get the following data package, unpack it and the subdirectory “AS_BH1750-master” in the “libraries” wegspeichern:https://github.com/hexenmeister/AS_BH1750/archive/master.zip

–  Get the following data package, unpack it and wegspeichern the subdirectory “SFE_CC3000_Library-master” in the “libraries”: https://github.com/sparkfun/SFE_CC3000_Library/archive/master.zip

4. Select “Tools / Board” the Arduino board MEGA25650 used and still choose “File / Tools” the serial port used for the connected Arduino.

5.  Copy and paste the following Homeduino sketch and save this file with “File / Save As” homeduino_20_xy “in the sketchbook folder previously defined.

6. This is a server IP >> “byte CCU [] = {192, 168, 178, 50};
The address is assigned automatically by the Homeduino DHCP from the router.
Important: if several Homduinos be used, then the MAC address must be changed so that it does not occur twice in the network.
But with the entry of the associated CCU-IP the actual training the Homeduinos is already made to the respective CCU.

7. The Homeduino software is now compiled with the Right Arrow button at the top in the menu bar and loaded into the connected Homeduino. Done!!

Source

 

 

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