Tag Archives: Home Automation

Home Automation is not easy right now

I posted yesterday that good progress was being made with the Home Automation but today it took a turn in a different direction. Tomorrow we have a Yale Keyfree Connected lock installed onto our front door. This lock is z-wave compatible and so it is controllable via my z-wave controller. My controller is openHAB with … Continue reading Home Automation is not easy right now

Home Automation – Good Progress This Week

The article header image is courtesy of Open Energy Monitor – why not check them out as this is one of the main components in my Home Automation and Power Management System. http://openenergymonitor.org/emon/ Just a quick update on this week’s progress on the Home Automation and Power Management System (HAPMaS). Progress is going well. There have … Continue reading Home Automation – Good Progress This Week

OpenHAB and Open Energy Monitor – emonTH Prototype

So far I have outlined the basic strategy I plan to take regarding building a HAPMaS (Home Automation and Power Management System). Now it is time to get down to actually build something. In my Open Energy Monitor so far I have: an emonBase (Raspberry Pi and RFM69CW). This takes in data from the sensor … Continue reading OpenHAB and Open Energy Monitor – emonTH Prototype