Instructables
Picture of Smart Home Automation with Voice command

This is a step-by-step tutorial building the circuit for "Smart Home Automation with Voice Command" feature.

Download our FREE Arduino Project Code here.

Requirements:
• Arduino Uno
• LED
• Resistor (220 ohms)
• Bluetooth Module (BlueSmirf / BlueMate Silver)
• Android app (Smart Home with Voice Command)

Mini Lamp using Smart Home with Voice command app

 
Remove these adsRemove these ads by Signing Up

Step 1: Construct the circuit & Upload Arduino Code

Picture of Construct the circuit & Upload Arduino Code

Connect all the components to your breadboard.
Place all the components and jumper wires to the correct position.

Code can be found here.

Step 2: Upload the Smart Home with Voice command app

Picture of Upload the Smart Home with Voice command app
Smart Home with Voice command app
Google PlayStore link

• Download & install mobile apps at Google Play Store
• Turn on your Bluetooth from your Android device.
• Press “Scan” and look for Bluetooth device (e.g. Firefly E5D6)
• Bluetooth name can be found at the top right side of BlueSmirf / BlueMate.
• Look for 4 characters (e.g. E5D6)
• Open your Smart Home with Voice Command app.
• Press “Not connected” and look for your Bluetooth device (e.g. Firefly E5D6)
• You should be able to see “Connected”.
• Start testing by pressing the circle ON/OFF button.
• Test the voice command by pressing the waveform then say “ON” to turn ON.
• Test the voice command by pressing the waveform then say “OFF” to turn OFF.

Step 3: Additional information:

Picture of Additional information:
resistors.png
LED is a device that emits light when electricity passes or voltage is applied.
It consists of 2 terminals where long leg is positive (+) & short leg is negative (-)

Resistor is a device use to limit the flow of current.

Step 4: WarBot

You may also want to build WarBot.

jmpm46198 months ago
Hello I was wondering what component you choose to control your step 5 additional project
djopole8 months ago
Hello can you design a full functioning home automation that will work on a iPhone ? David Kobierski