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Smart Home System


Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2017-08-30

Category: WiFi

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Embedded web server based on WiFi ESP click (ESP8266) used as smart home system.

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mikroC PRO for PIC32
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Minimum hardware requirements

  1. 1Clicker 2 for PIC32MX (sensor node)
  2. 1 x PIC32 development system (web server)
  3. 2 x WiFi ESP click 
  4. THERMO K or UV 3 click

Example provided uses EasyPIC Fusion V7 board with PIC32MX795F512L as embedded web server and two clicker boards as sensor nodes. Sensor node requires two mikroBUS slots while web server can be created with minumum code changes on any PIC32 development system (mikromedia or even PIC32MX clicker). 


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