Monthly Archives: March 2013

sNET library for Arduino 0.5

March 30th, 2013 (1 Comment)

We’ve just released the new 0.5 version of sNET adapter for Arduino. This release introduces support for other AirQ Networks devices: We added support for new low-cost wireless temperature sensor AirQ 100. This is a really inexpensive wireless sensor (€49,90) from AirQ Networks that is suitable to detect ambient temperature (it’s not designed to work […]

Important update of sNET library for Arduino

March 20th, 2013 (No Comments)

Thanks to Souliss Team, which is working hard to integrate AirQ Networks products in their excellent framework (we’ll talk about this soon), we discovered several reliability issues affecting sNET wrapper for Arduino. So we fixed them and we released the new 0.4 library version. We strongly encourage updating the library with a simple git pull, or downloading […]

Building a wireless thermostat using Arduino/1

March 19th, 2013 (3 Comments)

Starting from this post, we’ll publish a series of tutorials that show how it’s simple to build custom and complex wireless solutions using Arduino and AirQ Networks products. The first tutorial we publish is maybe the most simple but it’s the bare bone tutorial of all DIY and makers: a Wi-Fi thermostat. Unless you are […]

A closer look at AirQ 305 I/0 board

March 16th, 2013 (2 Comments)

Yesterday we started shipping new AirQ 305 to our worldwide customers. And we are really happy that many of you liked it But we haven’t released complete specifications until now. So, let’s see all features of this new control board. AirQ 305 is a wireless controller board with 4 relays and 4 inputs. Each relay […]

sNET library for Arduino release 0.3 is out

March 13th, 2013 (No Comments)

We’ve just released the new 0.3 version of sNET adapter for Arduino. This release introduces new interesting changes: We changed the way confirmation is handled. Now we use the sNET message modifier MSG_CONFIRM to ask control board if a command has been received. This allows a better management of confirmation giving the best performance possible. […]