Learn Raspberry Pi, ESP8266, Arduino and Node-RED.
This is a premium step-by-step course to get you building a real world home automation system using open-source hardware and software.
With a focus on simplicity and readability, this course will have you building a complete Home Automation System for under $100 in no time!
Together, we will go through the basic concepts and by the end of the course you’ll have a fully functional home automation system that you can use to control and monitor your home from anywhere in the world.
We will use popular boards, such as, the Raspberry Pi to act as the main server. We will also use the ESP8266 and the Arduino to perform multiple tasks around your home.
Why the course name?
The course is called Build a Home Automation System for $100, because you will only need less than $100 of components to complete the course. You'll need a Raspberry Pi, an ESP8266, an Arduino, various cheap sensors and actuators and assorted electronics components (like resistors, LEDs, wire cables and breadboard).
How to build an entire Home Automation System from start to finish.
A colorful 336 pages long PDF with step-by-step instructions, all the source code, detailed schematics and screenshots that are easy to follow. Build a Home Automation System for $100 Course has 14 Modules inside and it was updated in 2018.
Each module breaks down a specific concept of the Home Automation system and allows for quick referencing in the future.
With easy step-by-step tutorial you can learn how to automate your home in a couple of afternoons! Here's the Table of Contents:
In this guide, you’re going to learn how to use the Sonoff device with your home automation system. The Sonoff is a device that you put in series with your power lines allowing you to turn any device on and off. First, you’re going to install the default app that comes with the Sonoff device. Later, you’ll learn how to integrate the Sonoff with Node-RED.
In this guide you’re going to build a low-cost surveillance camera with the Raspberry Pi Camera module and Node-RED. You’ll build a web application with Node-RED that streams your video onto the Node-RED Dashboard. This is an easy way to add a surveillance camera to your home automation system.
This guide contains step-by-step instructions + schematics + code + other resources for popular Arduino sensors and modules.
Here’s a sneak peek of how your project looks like by the end of Module 8 (watch the video below):
Hey there, I’m Rui Santos, founder of the Random Nerd Tutorials blog and author of BeagleBone For Dummies. Feel free to read them and see if you like my hands-on approach to learn electronics with step-by-step instructions that anyone can follow. Build a Home Automation System for $100 is my complete guide to create a reliable DIY home automation system with open source hardware and software.
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If you don’t like the course, I don’t want your money. Seriously, that’s why I offer a 60 days money back guarantee. Email me here and I will promptly refund all your money. No questions, no hassles – it’s that simple!
After your purchase, you get immediate access to the course with a username and password. After that, you can download the eBook, and watch/download the companion videos.
Yes, the software for this project keeps improving and changing (Node-RED), so everyone who purchases gets free updates. In fact, I've updated the course 7 times and all previous customers receive the newer versions.
I believe this course is perfect for anyone that loves electronics, open-source hardware, home automation and the ESP8266 WiFi module. This course is perfect if for:
Well, if you don’t like it, I don’t want your money. Seriously, that’s why I offer a 60 days money back guarantee. Email me here and I will promptly refund all your money. No questions, no hassles – it’s that simple!
If you still have questions after reading this page please email me here. I’ll do my best to answer your questions.
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