Arduino Internet Controlled Led's

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Introduction: Arduino Internet Controlled Led's

Hi,

In this project i'm going to control led's trough a webpages. You can open your browser and control the led's.

The code provided when uploaded and connected to the internet it creates a webserver in your LAN and you simply use the IP to access that webserver through your browser. After that it shows a webpage similar to that one below. When you press the button “Turn On LED” your url will change to: “http://192.168.1.177/?button1on” the arduino will read that information and It turns the LED On.
By default the IP is “192.168.1.177”. That also can be found on the arduino code provided.

Step 1: You Can Watch the Video!

You can watch this video or you can skip this video and go to step 2.

Step 2: Hardware

plug in the ethernet shield into your arduino. Connect your led's to digital pin 6. Make sure you use a resistor if you need one.

Step 3: Code

Upload the code. the files are here http://bit.ly/1jWYhJt.

Step 4: The Internet Page

When you have pluged in your Arduino you need to go to the page were you can control the led's. type in your webpage the folowing link: 192.168.1.177 if this one is not working you can go to the serial monitor of your arduino. There you can read your adress.

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    Hello!

    Hope all is well.

    This is Jim from WIZnet.

    As you might already know, WIZnet is well known for its hardwired TCP/IP chip and its W5100 being used in Arduino’s official Ethernet shield.

    We also partnered with ARM as mbed silicon partners, and plan to offer more platforms for makers.

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    Hence, you can vote and provide feedback of other projects from September to October.

    More details of the contest are available at www.CyberMakerSpace.com and technical questions are answered at https://forum.wiznet.io/

    Hopefully, you’ll find interest in this contest and we look forward to your next creative IoT project!

    Sincerely,

    Best Regards,

    Jim

    Looks good! Thanks for sharing your project.