You just bought a RGB LED strip kit and you would like to get rid of that cheap hand-held IR remote and to have REAL control.
Project tutorial by Philippe Libioulle
This system monitors places where water could leak and turn the main water valve if any water leakage is detected.
An Insteon-to-IP gateway without dependency to Insteon Cloud.
We used a TI FDC1004 breakout with an Arduino to measure liquid level in a bottle using the capacitance between two adhesive copper strips.
by Team ProtoCentral
Windows 10 IoT Core project to control pool components for example pool pump, waterfall and solar heater.
Project tutorial by Mike Mackes
I just added a link, see list of components. Thanks for asking
Thanks Bob. There is no issue with genuine Arduino and genuine Ethernet shield. I just picked the ones proposed by default when entering the components on Hackster. I know GoodRobot shield, I bought one has well but it is not absolutely needed, you can cut the PLM USB cable and solder the wires (Gnd, Tx and RX) on the right places directly. My IDE is just the most recent one. Btw, do not forget to pair (see Insteon linking procedure) your devices with the PLM , otherwise it will not work. This site could help as well : http://madreporite.com/insteon/commands.htm
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