Control Your Light Switches from Your Phone

Arduino Internet of Things Technology
Control Your Light Switches from Your Phone

Ahmet Akif Kaya wanted to control the light switches in his house from his smartphone, so he built a system that incorporates an Arduino, Bluetooth module, and servo to do just that! The system has a working range of 30 meters (approximately 10 feet). It’s a nifty little device, and certainly cheaper to build than the smart devices you’ll find online.

Kaya’s build is also a little bit more accessible than your typical Maker Share project, as he publishes his work in both English and Turkish.

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