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Use pcDuino8Uno and 96board as Zigbee Gateway

LinkSprite released a family of zigbee sensors for home automation and a zigbee gateway module to control these sensors.In this tutorial, we show how to use pcDuino8 Uno or 96 boards with the zigbee gateway module to work as a zigbee gateway.Create a device on linksprite.io:(1) Login to http://www.linksprite.io/signup to register for an account, [...]

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How to install Linux header for pcDuino8 Uno

There is no source of linux-headers for pcDuino8 Uno, so it not easy to compile an kernel module for pcDuino8 uno. But before several days ago, LinkSprite releasedkernel source for pcDuino8 Uno, now it can get the Linux headers from this kernel source.Required pcDuino8 UnoHost PC: Ubuntu 14.04(X86)Kernel source https://github.com/pcduino/pcduino8-uno-kernelSteps1. Prepare source codeDownload the source code from [...]

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LinkNode D1: ESP8266 based Arduino Compatible Board

IntroductionLinkNode D1 is Arduino-compatible WiFi development board which is powered by the high integrated WiFi chip ESP-8266EX.Thanks for the contribution from open source community who have developed Arduino core for ESP8266, this let Aduino IDE program LinkNode D1 without any change. At the same time, LinkNode D1 has Arduino-compatible pin out which make it very [...]

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Quick Start Guide of Cottonwood: UHF RFID Reader Module (ISO18000-6C EPC G2)

Long Range UHF RFID Reader is an important way to read information and input information. Automatic identification technology has been developed in recent years. Now it is a new high technology which includes barcode technology, magnetic strip (card) technology, RF technology, optical character recognition technology, and biological recognition, distance Card Reader and etc.In normal case, [...]

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Pano 360 Virtual Reality Photo Shot with pcDuino8 Uno

Virtual reality is pretty big recently. In this post, we show how to do pano 360 degree virtual reality photo shot with pcDuino8 Uno.Before we do that, we first need to make a camera rig from the fish eye cameras, and fix it to a tripod.Insert these three USB cameras to pcDuino8 Uno using a [...]

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Get Started with CuteDigi Plug and Play P2P 16 Channels Relay Kit

CuteDigi has a 16-channel plug and play P2P WiFi relay kit. In this post, we show how to set it up.Before we use it, we need to install the WiFi antenna as below:Plug in the power supply and move the switch to ON position. The WiFi plug and play relay will boot into an [...]

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How to install FFMPEG for pcDuino8 Uno

FFMPEG is the great tool if you want to deal with video. In this tutorial, we show how to install this complicated tool on pcDuino8 Uno, Install H264 Support:Enter the following commands: ?123456$cd home/linaro$git clone git://git.videolan.org/x264$cd x264$./configure --host=arm-unknown-linux-gnueabi --enable-static --disable-opencl$make$sudo make install Install AAC Support:This step is optional. But as we will use ffmpeg to capture [...]

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How to Enable Motion Triggered Cloud Recording for Deepcam

Deepcam plug and play security camera is a low cost WiFi camera that has vivid video quality. We showed how to use a pcDuino8 uno to detect the motion and upload the video clip to dropbox, so a user can watch all the events on smartphone.Deepcam’s platform also offers a easy-to-use motion triggered cloud recording. [...]

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Get Started with Deepcam Cube Security Camera

Openhapp's Deepcam is a cube plug and play security camera with optional motion detection triggered cloud recording. In this post, we show how to configure the deepcam cube camera step by step.First, please don't power on the camera.Then we search for 'mysnapcam' in the iOS Apple Store or Google Play. Connect the smartphone to [...]

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How to do clock update on pcDuino8 Uno

pcDuino8 Uno doesn’t have an onboard RTC. So if you power it up, the clock and date will be lost. Once you get network connection, you can force a time update using the following command: ?1$sudo ntpdate -s time.nist.govIf you want that it happens automatically every time it reboots,<code>( /etc/init.d/ntp stop until ping -nq -c3 8.8.8.8; [...]

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