IoT Blog

  • OCPP compliant EVSE

    OpenEVSE provides energy monitoring architecture for Electric Vehicle Charging Stations as well as energy monitoring devices. Here we look at making it speak OCPP and connect to a centralized server.

  • Configuring Serial ports on Raspberry Pi

    Raspberry Pi is capable of doing serial communication using the GPIO pins 14 and 15. Setting Raspberry Pi Serial Ports is expected to be simple and straightforward.

  • Configuring a bridge using Raspberry Pi

    Out here we are focusing on a specific use case, i.e., how to share wired Internet as an access point using a Raspberry Pi (Model B+) Bridge.

  • Headless Raspberry Pi - Configuration

    Headless means that you can access the Raspberry Pi using laptop over wifi. In this mode you do not need the monitor and keyboard at all to work with our Raspberry Pi.

  • Sensor Pin allocation for sensor hat

    Raspberry Pi Sensor Hat Pin Diagram for the home grown that is part of security camera as well as available as stand alone sensor hat.

  • Configure RFID RC522 with Raspberry Pi

    RFID RC522 is a low-cost contactless communication card chip compatible with Raspberry Pi and Arduino. It is based on the MF522-AN module and ready with the RFID antenna built-in.

  • Raspberry Pi cloud security camera

    If you are a tech enthusiast and wish to get your hands dirty by building your own functional DIY raspberry pi security camera with programmable and extendable AI functions, then this kit is for you.

  • CloudCam Setup

    When you switch on your CloudCam for the first time, you will see it advertise a hotspot by the name that starts with 'CCam-' and is followed by an id. A hotspot with configuration menu provides a easy way to configure your device.

  • Raspberry Pi SIM800C GSM Hat (Rs.5000/)

    This hardware takes in a SIM card and connects to the cellular network. GSM kit has an onboard UPS, which provides several hours of power backup. BSM 24 (physical pin 18) indicates whether the USB power supply is connected. It is up when the USB power is ON.

  • Mjpeg Vs Mp4(H264) Video formats

    H264 is a standard compression format for HD videos. Mp4 is the most supported container format that is compatible with most of the popular browsers.