kariungbryan costanich
Published

Power Your Coffee Maker with Netduino

Control your coffee maker remotely! Create a connected coffee maker using household electricity with .NET, Netduino, and Xamarin.

IntermediateFull instructions provided2 hours709
Power Your Coffee Maker with Netduino

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Netduino3 WiFi
Wilderness Labs (Netduino) Netduino3 WiFi
×1
Micro-USB to USB Cable (Generic)
Micro-USB to USB Cable (Generic)
×1
USB wall charger
×1
18 gauge (or larger) lamp cord
×1
14" female disconnects
×1
heat shrink tubing
×1
3D-printed base board (can use file in link to print)
×1
Coffee maker (with on/off switch)
×1
screw terminal blocks
×1
double-sided mounting tape
×1
Solderless Breadboard Half Size
Solderless Breadboard Half Size
×1
12mm M3 socket screws
×1
M3 3mm nuts
×1
Keyes 2-channel relay
×1
16-18 gauge extension cord
×1
Male/Female Jumper Wires
Male/Female Jumper Wires
×1
Male/Male Jumper Wires
×1

Hand tools and fabrication machines

wire stripper
wire cutter
precision flathead screwdriver
razor blade
heat gun (or blowdryer)
3.2mm (1/8") drill bit
phillips head screwdriver
Soldering iron (generic)
Soldering iron (generic)
solder

Story

Read more

Code

3D print designs

Repository of 3D printable designs such as baseboards, enclosures, etc., for Netduino.

Netduino Sample: Connected Coffee Maker

Sample code for the entire connected coffee maker project.

Maple Server

Maple is an ultra-lightweight RESTful web server built specifically for network enabled Netduino devices. It's fully .NET MicroFramework 4.3 compatible and provides an easy to extend architecture.

Credits

Bryan Costanich

Posted by kariung
Thanks to Bryan Costanich.

Comments