Tag: Raspberry Pi

Small preview on @iochili project article

I’m working on an article about my tweeting hydroponics chili plant project @iochili that has light, temperature, reservoir water level and grow tray mass sensors – powered by ESP8266.  A Raspberry Pi reads the sensor data over WiFi, analyzes it

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ESP8266 MCP3002 Driver

In an upcoming ESP8266 project I need to able to read some analog sensors in the range of 0.0 – 3.3 V and since the ADC that comes with ESP8266 is limited to 0-1 V range, it’s not suitable for

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Control Philips Hue with a wireless keyboard

Last year I acquired a Philips Hue smart lighting system for my bedroom, kitchen and living room – a total of 8 bulbs. Overall the setup is great but there’s one drawback: as the control of the lights relies on

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