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Can I remotely control a NON SMART tv connected to my home network?
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Yes, it has surely an IR remote. And there are several commercial "Bridges between IR and an automation source" as well as many, many projects that is addressing the same task. And the IR ...

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Does anyone else make a product like the Leviton Smart Wi-Fi 4 Button Controller DW4BC-1BW?
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SonOff has "Smart Wall Switches" that can be used as you describe and is also powered by mains. They can also be re-programmable with other firmware like tasmota or with your own code as it ...

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Alternatives to MQTT for local / remote bridging
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You are trying to use a system that is not designed for your situation. MQTT is designed as an: MQTT is a machine-to-machine (M2M)/"Internet of Things" connectivity protocol. It was designed as ...

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Arduino IDE friendly Ethernet development board with ADC?
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You can store it in the EEPROM. The other solution is to have the ESP8266 act as an AP if it loses WiFi connection over a longer time. There are ethernet shields to Arduino based on chip ws5100 or ...

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Could not ping ESP8266 Wifi module connected to an Arduino
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255.255.255.0 is the value that determines the SIZE of the subnet. 192.168.1.xxx with the subnet mask 255.255.255.0 is a subnet spanning from 192.168.1.0 to 192.168.1.255. 192.168.10.xxx with the ...

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What is the difference between SPIFFS and EEPROM?
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SPIFFS (Serial Peripheral Interface Flash File System) is a method for creating a file system in NOR-type flash memory. EEPROM (Electrically Erasable Programmable Read-Only Memory) is a type of non-...

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ESP8266 code using Python
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A powerful and simple communication protocol is MQTT. MQTT is a protocol that is suitable for communication between low power devices like ESP8266 and Raspberry Pi. It is lightweight and simple to ...

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Trigger to remote server when my device in low-battery?
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Since you haven't included info about hardware, just mentioned a device. A low power detection circuit is quite simple, a OP-amp, zener diode and a couple of resistors/potentiometer is all whats is ...

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Fluorescent Tubes - Sonoff Switch?
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Yes thats a viable solution. It vary between the different Sonoff devices. Note! Beware, working with mains voltage is lethal!

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Is there a way to create WiFi with one Access Point, which should cover a big building?
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One Access Point for 250m2 and 3 floors, seems to stretch WiFi a bit. It depends on the material in the building, surrounding interference and antenna. To give a answer, one should do a survey and ...

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How to measure temperature using a sensor and Raspberry Pi?
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10 hours, and a few sensors, then the Raspberry Pi is overkill. A arduino is a more fitting device. And take a look at one-wire temp sensors like DS18B20 then you have a digital output from the temp ...

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Standards for non-Internet-connected WiFi devices?
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My recommendation is MQTT. Versatile, lightweight and modular, it can even run on a ESP8266 (Hub and client). The MQTT protocol is available for many platforms from embedded, mobile devices and up to ...

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Is there a way to control my lights from my Linux desktop?
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There are sooooo many ways to do what you ask for. There are proprietary solutions with API's and there are Open solutions with total openness. Your question is broad and hard to give a straight ...

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How to control my telephone via Mobile/IoT?
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Yes you could add a relay that disconnect the telephone wires and control that with a IoT device or ex. a Arduino with a a GSM module like SIM800/900 and control the relay.

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Can I use an ESP8266 as an MQTT broker?
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My suggestion would be a mosquitto MQTT broker on a Raspberry Pi. There is an article here https://tech.scargill.net/a-christmas-script/ where Peter Scargill have made a script that installs all ...

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