Interact with Arduino over the Internet with Teleduino

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Project Description

Interact with Arduino over the Internet with Teleduino

by John Boxall



Overview

These posting mention Teleduino of interacting with an ethernet-enabled Arduino board. In this article we test a few of the basic features and see what is possible.

Recently a new method of interacting with an ethernet-enabled Arduino board and the Internet was brought to my attention – a new system called Teleduino. In this article we test a few of the basic features and see what is possible. Please note that this is my own experiments and that Teleduino is a work in progress. So follow along and see for yourself.

Get Started

  1. You will need an Arduino Uno (or compatible) board and Ethernet shield with the Wiznet chip – or a Freetronics Eleven(a much neater solution). At this stage Teleduino doesn’t support other boards such as the Mega.
  2. Download and install the Teleduino Arduino library. This is available from the resources section of the home page. You will also need to be running Arduino IDE v1.0 or greater.
  3. Request an API key. This identified your particular Arduino from the rest.
  4. Get together some basic electronics components for testing, such as some LEDs and 560R resistors; sources of analog input such as an LDR or TMP36 temperature sensor; and a solderless breadboard.
  5. Don’t forget the ethernet cable from your Arduino stack to the router!
  6. Finally, some rudimentary knowledge about networking will be useful. (IP address, DHCP, etc.)

Parts :

  • Arduino Uno & Mega
  • Ethernet shield

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