Introduction: Web Controlled Socket by Arduino

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I made one Web controlled socket by Taiwan cloned Arduino, which is based by Arduino Pro Mini and ESP8266-1, the official site of this clone is : Webduino = Web x Arduino

We can program it by simple HTML, CSS and JavaScript, it also has online training medias on official site. The result has been tested and posted on YouTube : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hxoVI5R2xCw

Follow the 19 pictures, and you can build one. The program is very easy, just send HIGH/LOW to an Arduino pin by digitalWrite() to on/off a LED.

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By this, the Relay becomes a switch, when we send HIGH to active it, the COM and NO terminals will be connected.

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Get the three pins on relay, and remember the mapping of wires...please!

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Seal and fix everything.

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Test...it works! But, please remember the specifications of components are very important.Especially, safety matter. The controller is Webduino, power it by a smartphone wall charger in orange.

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The code is so simple, just like light up a LED : https://webduino.io/tutorials/tutorial-01-led.html

Comments

john.major (author)2016-09-09

Why? I can't think of any safety reasons not to, what am I missing?

R Jordan Kreindler (author)2016-07-11

This is definitely something I can use. Thanks

marcwave (author)2016-01-06

Great project.
What are the grey connectors on step one??? Fuses ?? capacitors??

thanks

rsagevik (author)marcwave2016-05-12

Wago connectors

ПетърВ1 (author)2015-12-04

Good project but if you can put in english link. I understand everything but someone not