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  • MichaelM1252 made the instructable Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell1 year ago
    Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell

    I also have made this and combined an Arduino to switch power supply for 240v, My set-up also turned on a fountain in the garden for five minutes when the doorbell was activated. Great project on its own or with added features.

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  • MichaelM1252 commented on AngusC5's instructable Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell1 year ago
    Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell

    Hardware Modification to add wireless button.

    https://github.com/michaelmis/IOTDBellSMSPICAMPosted modified files at githubThe readme has notesPi Cam is in an old iphone3 box2m camera ribbon cable ebay under $20This is on my desk at the moment . My plan is to have the everything inside except the wireless button and the pi cam.Donar doorbell is 3V. To replace the physical button. Doorbell was from a supermarket. Coles or Woolworths can not remember but it was under $10.

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  • MichaelM1252 commented on AngusC5's instructable Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell1 year ago
    Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell

    Started afresh. New Pi Model B 3+ (Working and upgraded.)Set-up breadboard/hardware as per the diagramAdded USB Camerasudo apt-get install fswebcamchanged permissions on the photos folderDownloaded files from githubMade NO CHANGES to the files apart from the email address information in IOTNOTIFY2.pyIT WORKS A TREAT!-------------------Next I will set it up with Pi camera and sending out SMS. But for now very happy that I have this working again.--------------------

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  • MichaelM1252 commented on AngusC5's instructable Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell1 year ago
    Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell

    Starting from scratch.

    Back to this doorbell

    After some time I am back onto this project. Cat trashed it last year and I have only just gotten back to it. Waiting on new Pi to arrive as it got fried when cat knocked it off the bench. Is it just the warmth of technology or do they really want to give it a go?

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  • MichaelM1252 commented on AngusC5's instructable Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell2 years ago
    Raspberry Pi IoT Doorbell

    0404XXXXX5@transmitsms.comCorrection. Burst uses transmitsms not burstsmsyours will be different if you use something other than burst

    Create new file SMS.PY in the dbell folderimport smtplibserver = smtplib.SMTP('smtp.gmail.com', 587)server.starttls()server.login("youremail@gmail.com", "yourpassword")msg = "Message from the doorbell at home. Read email I have sent a photo!"server.sendmail("youremail@gmail.com", "0404XXXXX5@transmitsms.com", msg)#Burstsms uses the address @transmitsms.com for communication to the "email to SMS" service.server.quit()Modify scmds.sh to call SMS.PY#!/bin/shcd photosecho "Taking the Photo"now=$1 #Now is the filename time stamp#take pic# MM commented out to switch to PI Cam. fswebcam -d /dev/video0 -r "640x480" $now.jpgraspistill -o $now.jpgecho "Pic Taken"echo""#ring Bellecho "Ringing B...

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    Create new file SMS.PY in the dbell folderimport smtplibserver = smtplib.SMTP('smtp.gmail.com', 587)server.starttls()server.login("youremail@gmail.com", "yourpassword")msg = "Message from the doorbell at home. Read email I have sent a photo!"server.sendmail("youremail@gmail.com", "0404XXXXX5@transmitsms.com", msg)#Burstsms uses the address @transmitsms.com for communication to the "email to SMS" service.server.quit()Modify scmds.sh to call SMS.PY#!/bin/shcd photosecho "Taking the Photo"now=$1 #Now is the filename time stamp#take pic# MM commented out to switch to PI Cam. fswebcam -d /dev/video0 -r "640x480" $now.jpgraspistill -o $now.jpgecho "Pic Taken"echo""#ring Bellecho "Ringing Bell"echo ""echo ""cd ..omxplayer DBSE.mp3python3 sms.py

    Darmish Did you get this working?Looks like an authentication error on gmailBTW did you change your password? You gave your password "Myoldjeans" away while cutting and pasting.I would like to continue this project so I am interested in what others have done.Thanks MM

    Hi Jaimish. I made this on Pi3 but changed the gpio setup to BOARD

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