Examples for getting started and testing ANAVI Internet of Things and add-on boards (HAT & pHAT) for Raspberry Pi
Documents for all ANAVI open source hardware products
Control WS2812B and many more types of digital RGB LEDs with an ESP8266 or ESP32 over WiFi!
ANAVI technology website
Software for the WiFi controller for 12V LED strips
Open source Arduino sketch for the smart WiFi dev board ANAVI Fume Extractor
Open source Arduino sketch for the smart WiFi dev board ANAVI Thermometer
The iconic SVG, font, and CSS toolkit
Open source Arduino sketch for the smart WiFi dev board ANAVI Gas Detector
Open source Arduino sketch for the smart WiFi dev board ANAVI Miracle Controller
Simple open source design for 3D printing that allows you to open door without touching the handle.
Standalone daemon process for controlling ANAVI Light pHAT over MQTT
WiFi Smart Thermometer with ESP8266, DHT22, DS18B20, OLED display and slots for up to 3 I2C sensor modules
HTML5 single page demo for controlling lights through MQTT
Simple add-on board with two LEDs and a button for Raspberry Pi (and Arduino)
Raspberry Pi HAT for attaching a mini I2C OLED display and other I2C peripherals.
Simple Python application to display system information like IP and status of systemd services on mini I2C OLED display
Open source WiFi development board for a portable fume extractor with 5V USB-powered fan for absorbing smoke.
WiFi development board for MQ gas sensors
An ESP8266-powered, open source, Wi-Fi dev board for 12V or 5V controlling addressable LED strips
open source hardware Raspberry Pi pHAT (add-on board) for detecting if up to 3 doors are opened or closed