Automated 433Mhz Control for Status Power Sockets using a Raspberry Pi
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RPI control

This version does work now but may be some bugs in the installer.

433Mhz Sender using Pi hat.

Based on Original work from https://github.com/s7mx1/pihat

Parts List

Raspberry pi

8GB SD Card

Power Adaptor

Remote Power Sockets

433 Transmitter

Breadboard

Dupont cables

Apache Setup

sudo apt-get install apache2 phpmyadmin php5-imagick php5-gd php-xml-parser php5-intl php5 php5-cli mysql-server mysql-client php5-mysql php5-curl -y

Config.php

Please ensure you chmod this to 755 or 777

SMS Setup

Please point the url forward on your sms provider to the url for your provider

i.e http://myraspberrypi.com/sms/textlocal.php

or

http://myraspberrypi.com/sms/smspiphp

Configuring for TextLocal to Post…

you need to tell text local where to POST too. Its a simple setup process:

  1. Login to textlocal dashboard
  2. Select ‘inboxes’
  3. Select the inbox you wish to use and press ‘settings’
  4. Find the heading ‘Forward incoming messages to a URL’
  5. Enter the URL of your /sms/textlocal.php (ensure port forward has been done)
  6. Save!
  7. Edit textlocal.php and where $smskey is put your inbox keyword in and ensure you add a space.

Admin

You can now navigate to a admin panel which allows you to alter the devices etc.

just go to /admin/ in the url.

To do

  1. Bug Hunt! - Ensure any issues you let me know

  2. Finish Wake on Lan Section

  3. new ideas - got an idea or want to intergrate a new sms provider email me :)

For Me

Any one kind enough to throw a donation my way towards another raspberry pi would be welcome - txt3rob@Gmail.com

Any errors or need help email me txt3rob@gmail.com