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A.I.B (Another IoT Button)

Super Simple IoT Button. Easy to build and easy to program

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An Internet connected button that can be used for various kind of function. The build is very simple and requires very minimum soldering also the software setup is not very difficult

Internet Button Has been around for the past few years since the IoT concept become popular. Particle.io itself which this project is based on, already sell its own internet button which cost another $30 from the photon hardware.

This project is another cheap and simple solution on how to build your own internet of things button.

If you don't have particle photon hardware you also can build this using esp8266 based boards (wemos, nodemcu, etc). all you have to do is do a simple modification on the code

  • 1 × Push Button any kind of pushbutton is ok
  • 1 × 10K ohm Resistor
  • 1 × Particle Photon Esp8266 is doable if you dont have the photon
  • 1 × PCB Electronic Components / Misc. Electronic Components
  • 1 × Box From cardboard or plastic
  • 1 × 3.7v Batteru

  • 1

    Setup your photon board using this instruction and make sure that your photon is connected to the internet

  • 2

    Add this code to your particle IDE and then upload it to your board

  • 3

    Solder the button based from this fritzing diagram

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Richard Hogben wrote 2 days ago point

Good start on this project!

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Hendra Kusumah wrote 2 days ago point

thanks richard

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haydn jones wrote 2 days ago point

Project quality aside, convincing real people to sign up to hackaday.io should be applauded imho.

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Hendra Kusumah wrote 2 days ago point

Thanks haydn. I don't know what the comment was before it is deleted. yesterday I go from class to class presenting this project to other students and convicne them vote for me and I also presenting about the hackaday prize event and encourage them to join with any kind of idea the have

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