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You can use anything. No matter what give input to the arduino. It can be ultrasonic, ir sensor, touch sensor or a button too.
HC-05/06 are non BLE modules. For iphone, use HM-10 or HM-11.
Move python files from python folder to the HAP-NodeJS/ folder.
Try this:npm install
Where is your python file?
Yes, but need stepper motor for precision stop.
Delete non used accessories. Many peaople got problem with fan accessory.jsIf not help, try to make a clean install. There is a step by step video tutorial for zero and pi2 on my youtube channel, or you can see the videos here too in this instructable.
Hi, try this:npm install npm update
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Hi, and what if you change the wall lamp switch to wireless wall switch, and control that switch with raspberry via rf modul? Or you can control the remote controller pins directly with an opto isolator. Im using this way for my wireless socket control prototype.
Hi, if you want to control light from gpio, use relay module, and control that relay with the GPIO pins. The code sample you find in this instructable STEP 4 or in the videos what i linked from my youtube channel. You can use that code. I buyed cheap RF controlled sockets for lamp, and i control the transmitter buttons with the rpi gpio pins, or if not secured the data transfer, you can use cheap RF433 transmitter direct with rpi, to control sockets. Unfortunately my rf sockets ar not work in that way, so im control the transmitter buttons with rpi gpio and optocouplers(opto-isolator). Best Regards: Imre
Hi, yes. if the mega link still works.
Hello, you can find the arduino code link at the youtube video description.
H, sorry, don't know, i have no Mac device.
Hi, if your .py files in the HAP-NodeJS/accessories folder, put them int the HAP-NodeJS folder.
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