By Ake Hedman One day the fridge in our house died. Probably due to a recent thunderstorm. Panic of course and when I noticed that it was totally dead I bought a new one and saved the situation. The fridge was left in its location and later I realized that the control logic inside it … Continue reading The story about an old Fridge #m2m #vscp #IoT #thingspeak
The diagrams above may seem harmless enough. The temperature in a fridge in our house. Sent to ThingSpeak by a VSCP Daemon and received from a Kelvin temperature node. But the knee on the fridge temperature diagram show that I open the door to get my lunch. And this information can of course be … Continue reading Fridge temp. Harmless? #VSCP #IoT
Outside under the snow: -8.9 C Outside: -5,4 C Inside compost 1: -1.3 C Inside compost 2: +0.2 C Office: + 22.4 C Raspberry Pi 1 CPU temp: +51.3C Raspberry Pi 1 GPU temp: +51.9 C Inside fridge: -21.5 C Inside refrigerator upper: +5.55C Me: +36.4 C Life is good!
See The story about an old fridge and VSCP module setup – refrigirator control part 1 , part 2, part 3, part 4 for earlier parts about this setup. You have a VSCP system (or other system) setup that control something. and now you want to share some of this information up to the cloud. One typical problem … Continue reading Howto: Practical use of #VSCP Remote Variables @thingspeak
This (upper cabinet of refrigerator) and this (lower cabinet of refrigerator) is live data from the refrigerator project described here, here and here. First of all, this is quite a complex way to do this, it could have been solved in an easier way. But I wanted to test the modules Grodans Paradis AB … Continue reading Refrigerator project Part 4 #IoT #m2m #VSCP
The refrigerator again. It takes more time then expected of course. It always do. This time because I have a lot of other things to attend to at the moment. I understand if you ask some questions about this project. So I answer them here (before you actually ask them) Why this project? Our refrigerator … Continue reading Refrigerator control Part 3 #VSCP #IoT #m2m
When people ask me what I do I always answer “I am about to change the world” and I have been saying that since August in the year 2000 when the VSCP project was first started. It is fourteen years ago now with millions of lines of code and many, many, many. many… hours of … Continue reading “I’m about to change the world”