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implementation of functional levels in my smart-home

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stefan.schnitzerstefan.schnitzer 10/08/2019 at 12:580 Comments
A diagram that shows the implementation of functional levels in my smart-home:
Functional levels of DYI SCADA Smarthome

Level 0: field devices
Sensors: DHT11, DHT22, BH1750, HC-SR501, DS18B20
Actors: stepper and DC motors, solenoid valves, radio controlled plugs and relays (433Mhz), IR-remote controlled devices

Level 1: I/O modules
Remote input/output (RIO) modules made from Arduino's which sends the sensor data to the CodeSys software PLC and directly controls critical functions (as feeding the cats, positioning roller blinds).
Additionally a Pixtend I/O Board is connected to a Raspberry PI.

Level 2: supervisory 
A Raspberry PI with CodeSys software PLC and graphical HMI which controls 

Level 3/4: coordinating
A Raspberry PI With Node-RED and Grafana to collect and store all my data. And Alexa voice control.


(What I mean with Remote I/Os: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_terminal_unit)

(Remote I/Os in my Projekt: hackaday.io/.../167904-diy-scada-wireless-remote-io)

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