Organize and Share your Electronics the way you want. Sign-Up for a free account now. It takes only 30 seconds!

Soldering iron + Nodemcu = IoT device

Soldering iron + Nodemcu = IoT device

Vegard Paulsen blogged about his soldering-iron #IoT project:

My trusty old soldering-iron recently got an upgrade!
With the help of a NodeMCU. a RGB-LED it now reports the set temperature to the #IoT Thingspeak.com server through WIFI.
It also sends me Prowl messages on my Iphone when I forget to turn it off.
It all started when I needed to fix the display on the Soldering-iron itself after some guys at the soldering-iron factory forgot to mount the segment display properly.
The road to IoT is anything but streamlined yet. The NodeMCU & Arduino IDE integration is in it early stages and the tutorials out there are few and full of frustation.

Read more Here







 

More Articles to Read

A DIY Segway-style vehicle
A DIY Segway-style vehicle
Peeqo is a desktop bot that communicates through GIFs
Peeqo is a desktop bot that communicates through GIFs
Serial seven segment LED display shield
Serial seven segment LED display shield
An Arduino round word clock
An Arduino round word clock
The Sandwich-o-Matic will make your lunch automatically
The Sandwich-o-Matic will make your lunch automatically
An Arduino-controlled automated whiskey distillery
An Arduino-controlled automated whiskey distillery
The Rex800 looks like a dinosaur Terminator
The Rex800 looks like a dinosaur Terminator
Wrist thrusters let you fly through the water effortlessly
Wrist thrusters let you fly through the water effortlessly
Adjusting clock with alarm, hygrometer & thermometer on 1.8″ ST7735 display
Adjusting clock with alarm, hygrometer & thermometer on 1.8″ ST7735 display
Adding an “extra sense” with rangefinders
Adding an “extra sense” with rangefinders

Top


Shares