Difference between revisions of "WiFi to 433/IR bridge"

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* ESP8266 module
 
* ESP8266 module
 
* 433MHz transmitter (http://www.hobbyelectronica.nl/product/433mhz-rf-ontvanger-zender-set/)
 
* 433MHz transmitter (http://www.hobbyelectronica.nl/product/433mhz-rf-ontvanger-zender-set/)
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* Cheap 433MHz remote switches from the Action. Working with the following lib https://bitbucket.org/fuzzillogic/433mhzforarduino/wiki/Home
  
 
The test setup build with the above mentioned parts worked. The next step is to get rid of the Arduino and add an IR led so it can control my ampifier. When that is working I will try to build a cleaner setup and document it here.
 
The test setup build with the above mentioned parts worked. The next step is to get rid of the Arduino and add an IR led so it can control my ampifier. When that is working I will try to build a cleaner setup and document it here.

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The test setup build with the above mentioned parts worked. The next step is to get rid of the Arduino and add an IR led so it can control my ampifier. When that is working I will try to build a cleaner setup and document it here.