The trigBoard is an IoT project that does one thing - it pushes you a notification triggered by a digital input.Designed by KD Circuits, Ships from United States of America
Well, it can do a lot more than just send push notifications, but that was the initial idea. Since its inception over a year ago, I have used this board for the following projects: Monitors every...Read More…
Well, it can do a lot more than just send push notifications, but that was the initial idea. Since its inception over a year ago, I have used this board for the following projects:
Monitors every door in my house (garage too) with simple magnetic door sensors. I get an immediate notification on my phone using "PushBullet" when any of these doors opens.
Easy and small enough to mount in the mail box, which is surprisingly useful to know when the mail is delivered.
Sends a push notification when the door bell is rung.
And since it has an on-board 1hr timer, I use the board to automatically send environmental data to io.adafruit. I have it paired up with a BME280 and LMT01 sensors. Now I have a simple weather station, but also monitoring the hot-tub temperature and pool temperature.
Thought it would be cool to pair up to an Arducam, so now on our office door, the board wakes up, takes a picture, and uploads it, and posts automatically to Slack.
Low power is king here, so if you want a display, the perfect technology is Electronic Paper. I paired the board up with one of these and use the timer to refresh the display with new info every hour. Perfect for a cryptocurrency or YouTube stats kind of display.
Each board tested and pre-loaded with firmware - can be re-programmed, or use as-is with the default loaded code.
Note - does not come with battery or sensors - see wiki for details: http://www.kevindarrah.com/wiki/index.php?title=TrigBoard
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