How to Make your own WiFi Smoke Detector

From Instructables user: Proto G.This is a simple WiFI Smoke Detector that texts me when it senses smoke. I made this for my battery storage area in case of a lithium polymer fire. I still have all of my regular smoke detectors installed and I don’t suggest relying only on this, but rather as an extra layer of protection. If I had a house I would install a proper fire alarm system that calls the fire department, but I live in a small apartment so I can’t. I can set this one to email and call the local fire department...

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How to Make an Arduino Based Thermometer #Arduino

From Instructables user: Ardumotive_com. Today I will show you how to make your own 7 segment – 2 digit – thermometer with Arduino uno and DS18B20 temperature sensor. I prefer to build my own arduino based circuit by using the ATmega328p uno possessor, but this is optional for you. You can also use breadboard to build it easier ? Let’s get started! Full instructable

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How To Assign A Static IP to The Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

From Instructables user: LiveSpark.Normally when devices connect to the network they are assigned IP address by the router which does so sequentially (in the order of devices being connected) or randomly. The same goes with your Raspberry Pi. But if you wish to use your Pi without a display (for e.g. via SSH, as a Web Server, or any remote project) then letting the router assign a IP address is generally not a good idea. In such cases you should give your Pi a static IP so that it is always accessible on the same address. That is what we...

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