Use humidity and temperature measurements from a DHT11 to switch 120-240V appliances with an Arduino controlled power outlet ‍ For instructions and code see Turn Any Appliance into a Smart Device with an Arduino Controlled Power Outlet: ‍ #arduino #arduinoprojects #arduinouno #diyarduino #programming #coding #circuitbasics #circuits #maker #make #iot #diy #diyelectronics #electronics #electronicsprojects #stem #tech #gadgets #engineering #electricalengineering #microcontroller #homeautomation

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  • @barclay_and_co 6 days ago

    👏👌

  • @the_clock_s.m 6 days ago

    Hey! Nice gallery you have 😊 I mean I liked it 👌

  • @the.man.den.store 6 days ago

    Awesome 🤙

  • @amazing_mj_07 6 days ago

    Without relay?

  • @ramoonus 6 days ago

    @amazing_mj_07 dangerous

  • @hcve 5 days ago

    @amazing_mj_07 no you must have a relay

  • @rafaytaimoor 5 days ago

    @sohaib1066

  • @koby247365 5 days ago

    ⏳💣

  • @arduproj 5 days ago

    Just visit my blog @arduproj

  • @richi1616 5 days ago

    Great...giving directly 230V into the arduino

  • @amazing_mj_07 4 days ago

    @hcve yeah

  • @amazing_mj_07 4 days ago

    @hcve diagram is not explain everything....

  • @samir_haifa69 4 days ago

    @daniel_haifa

  • @jaracejka 2 days ago

    It would be a great idea to use a better picture next time. Using a wall socket as a symbol for the combination of a power supply and a relay isn't really the best option if you don't want some uneducated people to feed live wires into their Arduino board.