Why use a relay module when plain relays are cheaper? We will show you how to control your lights with an Arduino.
An Arduino Uno project that utilizes a laser to detect when the laser beam has been interrupted.
Do you want to tighten your security? Want to know who is entering your room and capture their picture with an old smartphone and Arduino?
Here we are with the classic RFID door lock. It's classic in that whole. We live in the future and take it for granted at this point.
Create a smart wireless door lock that can be unlocked by your smartphone. Only Arduino & ESP8266 is needed!
Every time a movement is detected by the sensor, a message is sent to a smartphone anywhere in the world!
This DIY Alarm system can be easily made using the components and devices which you can easily find in your house.
There have been previous ESP32-based camera projects. But I wanted something that supports standard RTSP video streaming.
Do you want to build an easy security system? Well this is the perfect tutorial for you!
Solenoid Door Lock Contol RFID | Security Access Arduino.
How to build a home surveillance system with a RaspberryPI, a motion sensor, a camera, and a Telegram bot.
The perfect project for any beginner featuring a simple-to-program but powerful laser module, an Arduino board and basic coding functions.
An extremely straightforward project involving a digital PIR sensor, which can be utilised for many security and home automation uses.
After you read this post, your projects will never run out of power after a power outage.
This project lights a set of LED's depending upon the distance of the obstacle with respect to the ultrasonic sensor.
Gives you time to react to power or pump failures before it is too late.
In this project, we will be using the power of RFID to tap into your garage door opening system.
An alarm control panel made with an Arduino MEGA and a 3.2" Touch Screen.
We will obtain and display the video feeds from two network cameras we built previously.
The vibration sensor is a low-cost solution for simple applications where impact (e.g. patting a toy) translates to a switch event.
Use a SparkFun ESP8266 Thing Dev and HC-SR04 to create a monitoring device that can make sure your door stays closed while you're away.
Monitor your home or any other asset remotely using only the Pi 3 and camera (supports motion detection).
Yet another DIY home security project with Raspberry Pi and the Perl programming language. Sensors report status to server via UDP messages.
A wireless doorbell that when pressed, alerts the user and takes a picture of who pressed it.