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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

 
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Step 1: Construct the circuit & Upload Arduino Code

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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

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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:

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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.

byç21 month ago

project is fine but cant see any code. please share codes. am waiting

rsimionescu2 months ago

the youtube videos are all private :|

jmpm46191 year ago
Hello I was wondering what component you choose to control your step 5 additional project
djopole1 year ago
Hello can you design a full functioning home automation that will work on a iPhone ? David Kobierski