Monthly Archives: April 2013

The integration of AirQ Networks products in Souliss

April 25th, 2013 (No Comments)

Souliss ( it’s an open-source, distributed and web oriented framework for Home Automation, designed to run over different hardware platforms. Souliss it’s not a trivial application that runs on the top of Arduino or similar developing platform. It’s a complete stack, able to run both over different hardware mediums and protocols. For example, Souliss can run […]

Building a wireless thermostat using Arduino/3

April 8th, 2013 (7 Comments)

In the second part of this tutorial we added to our wireless thermostat the ability to interact with the user through an LCD display and switches. We can simply increase/decrease temperature using two practical switches and we can see the ambient temperature on the LCD display. We also used an AirQ 100 wireless temperature sensor […]

Building a wireless thermostat using Arduino/2

April 1st, 2013 (2 Comments)

In first part of this tutorial we started developing a wireless thermostat using Arduino Uno and one AirQ 305 control board. In that tutorial we designed a really simple thermostat that doesn’t interact with the user: the desired temperature is fully hardcoded inside the code and user can’t see the ambient temperature. In the second part […]