Introduction: LightControl Client

When i updated my desktop this month i wanted to have buttons that could communicate with my LightControl(see my page) and i wanted to get the time for my arduino clock (see my page) from the internet also.

i dont have alot of pictures of the build process, but i have of the final process, but the arduino code should be well commented, and can be found in next step.

Step 1: Arduino Code

to use this code you need an arduino mega, as the uno dont have enough pins.

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bingdo72 (author)2017-07-02

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.

To help makers grow the open source hardware community, we are having an IoT design contest, titled ‘Curation is Creation.’

Come up with any IoT project idea and take advantage of this contest since we’re offering our ARM mbed-enabled WIZwiki-W7500 platform & WizFi310 shield at sample pricing.

To start, register your account at www.CyberMakerSpace.com

This contest will be held from May to August, with 16 prizes totaling $15,000.

We expect and hope that many makers, including members of WIZnet Museum www.wiznetmuseum.com, will participate and share their knowledge.

As this is a contest for the open source community, WIZnet wants to give back the power of the vote to all participants.

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

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