One of the main features of a smart home controller is that it should be versatile. By versatile, I mean to every extent possible, and that is exactly what I thought when making this project.

It is basically a proof of concept project showing how you can use analog sensors attached with the PSoC Analog Co-Processor, send them to the Blynk server through LinkIt ONE via WiFi. IFTTT is then used to control your Nest Thermostat, your Philips Hue lights, your Garageio or anything 'smart' enough to connect to the internet, based on the analog sensor data from the PSoC.

See the video for a summary:

Without further ado, let's move onto the project itself.

Step 1: The Blynk Part

I will be using Blynk for this project with which users will have the benefit of connecting their Android as well as iOS devices.

Blynk allows you to connect your hardware to the cloud very quickly and easily. Widgets are present in the Blynk app and they can be dragged and dropped, and then configured to connect with your hardware in a variety of ways. This is my first project with Blynk, and from what I've seen, it's extremely easy to build IoT apps with it.

So head over to blynk.cc on your smartphone, download the Blynk app for your platform (Android or iOS) and also, make an account or log in to your existing one.

Once done, I would recommend those who are new to Blynk to check out the "Getting Started" section here and also the sample LED project to get familiar with it.

When you are at this screen and are ready to proceed, press the QR code icon in the center and it will open your smartphone's camera to scan a QR code.

Once the camera opens, scan the QR code:

It will create an exact copy of my project's widgets.

Press the nut icon and then press "Email all". It will email the auth token for the project to your email address (The one which you registered for Blynk). Open the email address and note down the auth token, you will need it later.

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