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BeagleBone Home Automation Blueprints by Rodolfo Giometti

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Setting up the hardware

As just stated, all devices are connected with the BeagleBone Black, which is the real core of the system, as shown in the following screenshot:

Setting up the hardware

The data flow is from the sensors to the alarm actuators (LED, buzzer, and GSM module) and the user will be able to send commands to the system, or check the system status and the collected data, by using the system console.

Connecting the gas sensors

The gas sensors are used to monitor the environment and we can choose different kinds of such devices. I decided to use the ones shown in the following screenshot due to the fact they act as a variable resistor according to the gas concentration, ...

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