Raspberry Pi4 Workshop PIR Sensor -Email Sending Movement Detector Using IFTTT

Introduction: Raspberry Pi4 Workshop PIR Sensor -Email Sending Movement Detector Using IFTTT

Introduction

In this lesson you will learn how to use a PIR movement detector with an Raspberry pi4 Python program running on your computer to send an email whenever movement is detected by the sensor. if you work some step with me i hope you can do this

Step 1: ​PIR Sensor -Email Sending Movement Detector Using IFTTT

PIR Sensor -Email Sending Movement Detector using IFTTT

Introduction

In this lesson you will learn how to use a PIR movement detector with an Raspberry pi4 Python program running on your computer to send an email whenever movement is detected by the sensor.

if you work some step with me i hope you can do this

Let's go

Step 1: Create account on IFTTT

go to https://ifttt.com/ sign up and Login

Click on Create

Now Click If+This

Choose a service webhooks

Click on Receive a web request

Write your Event Name motion_detector

Click on +That

Choose action service Email

Choose action Send me an email

Complete action fields(more on my Video) Click Create action

Click on finish

then go to home Click on webhooks

Go to Documentation

Now you Can see your key

Step-1is ok then of to

STEP-2

Install Requests

Requests is the module which allows us to send the HTML POST request to IFTTT.

Install requests by typing the following command, followed by enter:

sudo pip3 install requests

Python script

1.You'll need to change the part that says YOUR_KEY to your IFTTT key

2.You'll need to change the part that says YOUR_EVENT_NAME to whatever event name you want to use with Webhooks (remember, we used 'motion_detected' in the example)

requests.post('https://maker.ifttt.com/trigger/YOUR_EVENT_NAME/with/key/YOUR_KEY_HERE', params={"value1":"none","value2":"none","value3":"none"})

Test Code is :

import requests

requests.post('https://maker.ifttt.com/trigger/motion_detector /with/key/nSnY012ZcVDsjlKHkdUymDC-Q1pTdsLGie2mvp9gw5I', params={"value1":"none","value2":"none","value3":"none"})

Go to raspberry pi and run code

now you can see your Massage

Step 2 is finish then go to

STEP-3 nowe are code on PIR Sensor -Email Sending Movement Detector using IFTTT

First go to PIR Motion Sensor using Raspberry Pi4 | Interfacing Tutorial read this then go to This code:

Circuit Diagram The following Fritzing based images shows all the connections with respect to the PIR Motion Sensor using Raspberry Pi

Components Required Raspberry Pi 4 Model BPIR Sensor5V BuzzerConnecting WiresMini BreadboardPower SupplyBC547Relay Circuit Design Connect the VCC and GND pins of the PIR Motion Sensor to +5V and GND pins of the Raspberry Pi. Connect the DATA Pin of the PIR Sensor to GPIO24 of the Raspberry Pi. A 5V Buzzer is connected to GPIO20 i.e. and BC547 base Connected toGPIO 21 and Emitter Connected to GND and Collector connected to relay signal pin of the Raspberry Pi. The other pin of the buzzer and LED is connected to GND. The Code Here's the full Python script. Below the code you'll see how to easily download this directly to your Raspberry Pi:

The Code
Here's the full Python script. Below the code you'll see how to easily download this directly to your Raspberry Pi:

https://github.com/sarful/Raspberry-pi4-Workshop/blob/master/PIR%20Raspberry%20pi%20IFTTT.py

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