I had terrible incident with Sonoff POWR2 device and connected water heater that almost burned my house. Now I’ll try to connect the water heater with Shelly 1PM and then of course I will add it to Home Assistant and Node-RED.
In this video I will show you how you can use TensorFlow to perform real-time object detection using images streamed from the Raspberry Pi Camera.
In this video I will show you the ESP32-CAM. This is the cheapest WIFI camera that I’ve ever found on the market. Also This tiny Camera can stream video via web server and can work with Node-RED & Home Assistant and I will show you how.
I’m about to show you one HACS to customise your Home Assistant with plugins and themes. HACS stands for Home Assistant Community Store.
When you add it to your Home Assistant you will be able to install and remove themes and plugins with a click of a button.
In this video I will unbox the latest Sonoff GK-200MP2-B camera that has RTSP support, 360 degree viewing angle, 1080p, night vision, motion detection, two-way audio and it cost around 30 US dollars. After that I will connect it to Home Assistant & Node-RED.
I wanted to share a smart Sonoff switch with my family using the native eWeLink app. At the same time I wanted to Integrate this smart switch with my local Home Assistant and Node Red installations. I managed to find a solution and now I have the best from both worlds. In this video I want to show you how you can also do it step-by-step.
Hey in this post I will tell and show you what Tasmota is, as well as the easiest way to flash compatible devices with a new tool called Tasmotizer.
Amazon, Apple, Google and dozen of other big companies announced an open source initiative called Project Connected Home over IP. The project aims to build a new unified standard for communication across smart home devices, mobile apps, and cloud services – and everything will be royalty free.