Arduino 433mhz RF Network Controller

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The sketch can be checked out of GitHub by [https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/ clicking this link]: [https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/ https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/].
 
The sketch can be checked out of GitHub by [https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/ clicking this link]: [https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/ https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/].
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== Usage ==
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In order to use the sketch, you will need to have an Arduino with a 433mhz sender connected to pin 10 (by default, but configurable in the sketch).
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The sketch also makes use of an "[http://dx.com/p/66908?Utm_rid=65939668&Utm_source=affiliate Arduino Ethernet Shield v1.1]" using the ENC28J60 chipset. These are about the cheapest way of connecting an Arduino to ethernet and you can pick up the shield for less than $10 (€8) from [http://dx.com/p/66908?Utm_rid=65939668&Utm_source=affiliate Deal Extreme].

Revision as of 11:55, 7 May 2014

Overview

As per the work on this page and the overview here, I have created a generic Arduino sketch which allows control of various 433mhz devices from a network connected Arduino.

The sketch can be checked out of GitHub by clicking this link: https://github.com/Siftah/Wiki/.

Usage

In order to use the sketch, you will need to have an Arduino with a 433mhz sender connected to pin 10 (by default, but configurable in the sketch).

The sketch also makes use of an "Arduino Ethernet Shield v1.1" using the ENC28J60 chipset. These are about the cheapest way of connecting an Arduino to ethernet and you can pick up the shield for less than $10 (€8) from Deal Extreme.

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