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ESP8266 controlled stretch limousine

IoT solution to control the interior of a stretch limousine

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Sometimes ago a customer asked us for help with the interior control of his Lincoln stretch limousine. The old solution was not so nice, there was no comfortable solution for the driver to control the lighting in the passenger cabin and he wants a remote control via mobile app in the future. Our Solution fulfills the following requirements:
 
control via touch screens with modern GUI
2nd touch screen for the driver
communication of all components via WiFi
rugged design
simple to extend
 
We've used the ESP8266 - especially the Wemos D1 mini - for our solution. These modules comes with integrated USB  Module (makes programming easy), are supported by a big community, they need no boot time and are very simple and rugged. We've used the Arduino IDE for the programming of the firmware.

  • control via touch screens with modern GUI
  • 2nd touch screen for the driver
  • communication of all components via WiFi
  • rugged design
  • simple to extend

Control_ATMEGA328.ino

microcontroller firmware of control board

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Control_board.zip

source code for ESP8266 - control board

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Panel_board.zip

source code for ESP8266 - panel board

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  • Android APP

    hwhardsoft09/01/2017 at 16:10 0 comments

    We've started our work on the Android App for remote control. We will create the APP with Basic for Android B4A

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Sean Murphy wrote 08/30/2017 at 13:41 point

What touch screens are you using?

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Bryan Lyon wrote 09/01/2017 at 00:38 point

It looks like itead's Nextion line https://nextion.itead.cc

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Martin wrote 08/18/2017 at 06:15 point

Why all this electromechanical relays? There are so many MOSFET based high side switches on the market now, e.g. from Infineon or ST, down to less than 10mOhm on-resistance. They also produce less heat than the relay coils.

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hwhardsoft wrote 08/19/2017 at 11:23 point

These relay boards are part of the original installation. We've tired to use so much existing parts of the old system as possible....

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Craig Hissett wrote 08/17/2017 at 19:52 point

Amazing work, Hartmut!

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hwhardsoft wrote 08/19/2017 at 11:21 point

Thx

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