Stefaan Vandevelde
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Building Automation with Open Source Components

Home automation based on Wago PLC, OpenHAB, MySensors, MQTT, Node. js, Grafana, InfluxDB, RFXcom and more.

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Building Automation with Open Source Components

Things used in this project

Hardware components

Wago 750-881 PLC
Affordable and extensive PLC
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Itead Sensebender Micro
Potent little OSHW wireless sensor board created by the MySensors community
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Itead Sensorbender Gateway
Gateway that goes with the MySensors sensor nodes
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RFXcom USB 433.92MHz Transceiver
Polyvalent transceiver that talks to about any wireless 433Mhz device you can buy
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Esera eBUS Koppler Ethernet
Transceiver that let's you peek into the communication between your central heating thermostat and the burner
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Intel NUC PC
Small PC that performs the server role in my setup. You could also use an rPi but the NUC has a bit more punch to it.
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Eltako WSZ12D power consumption meters
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Software apps and online services

Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial Xerus
openHAB
Vendor and technology agnostic open source automation (integration) software for your home
Mosquitto
Open source MQTT message broker
node.js
JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engi
Grafana
Open source graphing tool
InfluxDB
Open source time-series database

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Stefaan Vandevelde

Stefaan Vandevelde

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Software developer and embedded devices enthousiast

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