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MQTT Network Controller
 
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Learn how to publish and subscribe to messages sent via an MQTT message broker to be able to remotely control or monitor the status of devices, including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Android, PC, and Wemos D1. In this video I'll demonstrate how to install and setup the Mosquitto MQTT server, available at www.mosquitto.org, on a Windows PC. I'll then create clients that subscribe to topics on that MQTT broker running on an Arduino UNO (via an Ethernet shield), a WeMos D1 (connected via built-in Wi-Fi), and a Raspberry Pi (connected via built-in ethernet), and control those devices by publishing messages using a command-line PC application and an Android app. You can access the wiring diagram, additional documentation, and code downloads used in this video at https://www.patreon.com/posts/17921563 00:00 - 05:55 Introduction and Demonstration 05:56 - 07:34 Android client demonstration 07:35 - 13:03 Arduino, Wemos, and Raspberry Pi Wiring 13:04 - 20:01 Installing and testing the Mosquitto MQTT server 20:02 - 37:24 Code for Arduino Ethernet and MQTT client 37:25 - 43:05 Code for Wemos WiFi and MQTT client 43:06 - 48:33 Code for Raspberry Pi MQTT client 48:34 - 50:10 Android client (MQTT Dash) 50:11 - 51:12 Wrapup
Views: 39341 Playful Technology
MQTT Publish and Subscribe Using Node Red
 
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http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/node-red-overview/ -In this video tutorial we will subscribe to an MQTT broker and then publish messages to it using Node-Red. In doing so we create a very simple open/closed sensor that you can use for testing Other videos The Node-Red Message Object for Beginners https://youtu.be/y05vQUIMIxs ------------ Create a Node Red Basic Flow - MQTT Subscribe Example https://youtu.be/eZUSQ1y6kSM --------------------------------- How to Create a Node-Red MQTT Dashboard https://youtu.be/Gu0Vq2kVNzw --------------------------- How to Store Data In Node Red Variables https://youtu.be/kNfP1vw2Img
Views: 19060 Steve Cope
MQTT.fx v0.0.3 - Broker Status
 
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Download MQTT.fx v0.0.3 at http://www.jensd.de/wordpress/?p=1195
Views: 431 Jens Deters
$5 DIY Wireless MQTT Smart Home Window Sensors
 
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Bare Reed Switches: https://amzn.to/2qJ7Wcg ESP-01 Microcontrollers: https://amzn.to/2HJ8xTo CR2032 Batteries: https://amzn.to/2JWVgY1 Resistors: https://amzn.to/2J67k8c Soldering Iron: https://amzn.to/2JUP3Mm USB to TTL Adapter: https://amzn.to/2Hak9BW 3d Printer: https://amzn.to/2vqMpuz Bucky Ball Magnets: https://amzn.to/2vqMBdh Arduino code on github: https://github.com/thehookup/MQTT_Window_Sensors/blob/master/Window_CONFIGURE.ino STL Files: Main Case: https://github.com/thehookup/MQTT_Window_Sensors/blob/master/window_back.stl Case Cover: https://github.com/thehookup/MQTT_Window_Sensors/blob/master/window_front.stl Magnet Holder: https://github.com/thehookup/MQTT_Window_Sensors/blob/master/window_magnet.stl Music by BenSound.com
Views: 42640 The Hook Up
Paho-MQTT Broker
 
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Views: 319 Chaiwut W.
MQTT Raspberry Pi Tutorial | Smarthome Blogger
 
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Im heutigen Video zeige ich dir, wie du ganz leicht MQTT auf deinem Raspberry Pi installieren und einsetzen kannst. Dazu wird auch ein kleines Python-Programm geschrieben. Was ich verwendet habe: Raspberry Pi 3*: https://amzn.to/2xFQqsP Das Tutorial in meinem Blog: https://smarthome-blogger.de/tutorial/mqtt-raspberry-pi-einfuehrung/ *Bei den Links handelt es sich um Affiliate-Links. Die Produkte kosten dich nicht mehr aber ich bekomme etwas Provision davon ab.
Views: 1274 Smarthome Blogger
MQTT Binding 2.4 OPENHAB 2 deutsch / MQTT Broker in OPENHAB 2 anlegen / OPENHAB 2 Tutorial deutsch
 
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In diesem kurzen Video zeige ich euch wie ihr in openHAB2 von dem MQTT Binding 1.x auf das neue MQTT Binding 2.4 umsteigen könnt. Zuerst wird das Binding installiert und danach ein MQTT Broker angelegt. Falls ihr MQTT schon mit dem Binding 1.x benutzt habt übernehmt dazu einfach den Broker Namen, ID, Username und Passwort von der MQTT Config datei. Danach legt ihr anhand des Beispiels eines Sonoff Basic´s ein Thing an, andem ihr dann einen Channel mit Hilfe von MQTT.fx anlegt. ➥➥➥ ABONNIERT MEINEN KANAL FÜR MEHR VIDEOS ➥➥➥ Verpasse kein Video zum Thema Smart Home. Abonnieren ⇢ http://bit.ly/ST33ZYMedia ➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥➥ Facebook ⇢ https://www.facebook.com/St33zy-MEDIA-618163721950192/ Twitter ⇢ https://twitter.com/St33zyM ➥Unterstützen ⇢ https://www.gofundme.com/ST33ZYMedia
Views: 7053 ST33ZY Media
TECO PLC system integrated with Empers MQTT broker
 
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. Z-Wave connection to various Z-Wave devices . MQTT broker . HTTP server . WebSockets server . CoAP server . HTTP & MQTT protocol API . The status from devices & sensors been triggered will transmit to PLC system . Publish the value of devices & sensors every hour to PLC system
Использование протокола MQTT - Weintek EBpro EasyBuilder Pro на русском языке - Видео 16
 
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Официальный сайт http://www.rusavtomatika.com и http://www.weintek.net/ В этом видео вы узнаете: 1) Что такое MQTT; 2) Как настроить публикацию топика в EasyBuilder; 3) Как настроить подписку на топик в EasyBuilder; Что такое MQTT. MQTT или Message Queue Telemetry Transport – это легкий, компактный и открытый протокол обмена данными, созданный для передачи данных на удалённых локациях, где требуется небольшой размер кода и есть ограничения по пропускной способности канала. Вышеперечисленные достоинства позволяют применять его в системах M2M (Машинно-Машинное взаимодействие) и IIoT (Промышленный Интернет вещей). Существуют три роли: Издатель, Брокер и Подписчик. Какую роль может иметь панель Weintek при обмене данными по протоколу MQTT? Смотрите на схеме. Настройка публикации в EasyBuilderPro. Нажмите [IIoT]-[MQTT]-[Включено], чтобы открыть окно настроек MQTT. Если отмечено [Localhost], то будет использоваться брокер встроенный в панель. В нашем примере будет использоваться брокер Mosquitto для Windows, установленный на компьютер с IP 192.168.1.42 Обычно номер порта используется 1883. Введите данные для авторизации, если на Брокере это требуется. Теперь нужно натроить данные, которые мы будем передавать. Название топика, который мы будем публиковать, назовем MT8071iE. На вкладке [Адрес] создадим структуру данных, которые будем передавать. В нашем примере мы будем передавать текущую дату и время. У нас есть системные регистры в которых находятся эти данные. Введите структуру Year, Month, Day, Hour, Minute, Second, с соответствующими адресами с LW-9022 по 9017. Теперь загрузите проект в панель. Для чтения сообщений от панели мы будем использовать популярный MQTT клиент "MQTT.fx". Он бесплатный, его легко найти в сети и установить. Вводим IP брокера и подключаемся. На вкладке Subscribe(Подписка) введите названия топика (мы вводили MT8071iE) или можно ввести #, тогда будут отображаться все имеющиеся топики. Как видите, каждую секунду приходит сообщение с данными о текущей дате и времени. Настройка подписки на топик в EasyBuilderPro. Давайте проверим, что у нас настроено подключение в брокеру. Нажмите [IIoT]-[MQTT]-[Включено], чтобы открыть окно настроек MQTT. Обратите внимание, что на вкладке [Адрес] мы можем настроить адреса, по которым можно видеть статус подключения и ошибки. По умолчанию это адреса LW-0 и LW-1 соответственно. Перейдите на вкладку [Тема подписки MQTT] и нажмите [Создать]. В поле [Topic] введите название топика(темы). В нашем примере будет cMT-SVR, так как панель, которая публикует сообщения у нас сейчас, делает это именно с таким названием темы. В предыдущих шагах мы делали проект, в котором название темы было MT8071iE. На вкладке [Адрес] сформируйте структуру данных в соответствии со структурой Издателя. Пусть адреса регистров, в которых мы будем сохранять данные будут от LW-10 до LW-15. Теперь добавьте числовые объекты, для отображения получаемых сообщений. Адреса LW-0 и LW-1 покажут статус. Адреса c LW-10 по LW-15 покажут полученные данные. Запустите онлайн симуляцию. Как видите, наш подписчик успешно считывает сообщения.
Views: 732 rusavtomatika.com
Andy Piper: Eclipse Paho and MQTT - Java Messaging in the Internet of Things
 
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What is Paho? In the Maori language, paho means "broadcast, make widely known, announce" -- and in this talk, Andy would like to make sure that more people get to know about Paho, a very cool messaging protocol contributed to the Eclipse Foundation by IBM and Eurotech. Paho is an implementation of MQTT -- a lightweight, scalable, messaging system for connected devices and the Internet of Things. Andy looks at the protocol, some example code, how Paho relates to other projects, and talks about interoperability with other Java-based MQTT-capable brokers like HiveMQ and ActiveMQ (and maybe some non-Java ones as well...). Filmed at JAX London 2013.
Views: 6645 JAXLondonConference
Internet-of-things via MQTT on Cosino
 
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In this example of Internet-of-Things (IoT) application a Cosino with the Mega 2560 extension is used: the Mega 2560 CPU drives a led and is interfaced to the popular DHT22 humidity and temperature sensor. On the Linux side a software is running that reads the status of the sensor and sends data through the MQTT protocol to a demo broker available at http://www.mqtt.io/. Collected data can be accessed anywhere with a web browser. Therefore, a web panel interface was built to turn on/off the LED and to show the status of the DHT22 sensor.
Views: 402 Cosino
How-To Get Started with Mosquitto MQTT Broker on a Raspberry Pi
 
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Yo, In this video, I'll be covering how-to install, setup, and use Mosquitto MQTT broker on a Raspberry Pi. Mosquitto is an awesome open source MQTT broker that you can run on a device like a Raspberry Pi. It's great because you don't have to share you data to the cloud and can keep everything locally on your system. Plus, it's free! MQTT is a great protocol for various DIY tech - like an Arduino, NodeMCU, or ESP8266 chip. If you have any questions, let me know! Happy to help with what I can! Cheers, Ben --- The Tech I Use --- http://geni.us/bruhkit ---Favorite Parts--- Raspberry Pi 3 - http://geni.us/raspberrypi3 Case - http://geni.us/2rQEgy5 SD Card - http://geni.us/PbZS2oD Power Supply - http://geni.us/2ABPd1D LIFX - http://geni.us/r0dC Aeotec Z-Stick Gen 5 - http://geni.us/N2ULv NodeMCU ESP8266 Chip - http://geni.us/6i9vl ---Shell Commands--- sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade sudo apt-get install mosquitto sudo apt-get install mosquitto-clients sudo nano /etc/mosquitto/mosquitto.conf allow_anonymous false password_file /etc/mosquitto/pwfile listener 1883 sudo mosquitto_passwd -c /etc/mosquitto/pwfile username mosquitto_sub -d -u username -P password -t "dev/test" mosquitto_pub -d -u username -P password -t "dev/test" -m "Hello world" ---Resources--- Mosquitto Configuration - http://mosquitto.org/man/mosquitto-conf-5.html MQTT Home Assistant - https://home-assistant.io/components/mqtt/ My Website - http://www.bruhautomation.com Home Assistant - https://home-assistant.io/ HA Forum - https://community.home-assistant.io/ HA Chatroom - https://gitter.im/home-assistant/home... HA GitHub - https://github.com/home-assistant
Views: 190294 BRUH Automation
How to Create a Node-Red MQTT Dashboard
 
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http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/node-red-overview/ - In this video tutorial we will create an MQTT dashboard to display and control two MQTT sensors or devices. You will learn how to arrange the UI dashboard, change colours and icons on buttons, create and use functions and add controls. The video is a follow on from an earlier video that introduced node red https://youtu.be/eZUSQ1y6kSM To get the icon names and learn about Google icons see this page https://www.w3schools.com/icons/google_icons_communication.asp You can download the python sensor script and node red flows here www.steves-internet-guide/downloads other videos The Node-Red Message Object for Beginners https://youtu.be/y05vQUIMIxs
Views: 41670 Steve Cope
Shelly MQTT Update - V 1.3. - nie wieder Status pollen - ohne Tasmota / ESPEasy flashen^^
 
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Das Shelly MQTT Update ist da wie versprochen! Hier kurzes Beispiel mit fhem und mosquitto broker. Damit Können die Wifi Relais eingebunden werden, ohne auf Tasmota etc. zu flashen - der Hammer. Dazu noch der günstige Preis von unter 10 EUR für den Shelly 1 - was will man mehr? BTW. Weitere Updates MQTT für die anderen Produkte werden folgen..was haltet ihr von den Teilen - werdet ihr euch welche zulegen - habt ihr sie vielleicht sogar schon? Viel Spass mit dem neuen Technik Quickie Format^^ euer Jörg Produkthomepage: https://shelly.cloud/ Alles selbst gekauft und spiegelt meine eigene Meinung wieder!
Views: 6828 smartrev
mqtt message store into database
 
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Store messages from Mosquitto MQTT broker into SQL Database Highlights: 1. Mosquitto MQTT Broker running on Synology NAS 2. A Node.js application running on Synology NAS with wildcard subscription (subscribe to all topics), it can store MQTT messages into MariaDB database. 3. Able to save Topics, ClientID and Messages into database. 4. Supports three quality of service levels (QOS 0,1 and 2) 5. A MQTT client written in Paho client JavaScript (HTML + Javascript), allowing you to public/receive MQTT data directly into a web browser in real time. Instruction: http://ediy.com.my/blog/item/143-store-messages-from-mosquitto-mqtt-broker-into-sql-database
Views: 9487 ediy
Using Node-Red-Contrib-MQTT-Broker for the First Time
 
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If you are new to MQTT protocol you may find this short video useful. Here we look at a SIMPLE example of using MQTT with Node-Red - for example on a Raspberry Pi or other computer. No hard work required.
Views: 10439 Peter Scargill
Learn, How to save MQTT messages into a MySQL Database
 
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Blog post : http://www.raviyp.com/embedded/233-learn-how-to-save-mqtt-messages-into-a-mysql-database This video explains how we can save MQTT messages arriving at the broker into a MySQL database using REST API endpoints created by Dreafactory software. We will learn about EMQ (Erlang MQTT Broker) a open source MQTT broker written in Erlang. We will also see how to install these two open source softwares side by side on a AWS instance running NGNIX server.
Views: 7001 Ravi Pujar
MQTT su Raspberry
 
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Test del broker MQTT Mosquitto su Raspberry Pi
Views: 2696 Alberto Trentadue
Live monitoring your sensor's value from anywhere in the world using ESP8266 and Adafruit MQTT
 
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In this video I have shown how to monitor your sensor's data on your smart phone from anywhere in the world. The concept used for this project is, I used the most popular board for iot related projects ESP8266. Now as we know that most of the sensors existing in the market gives us output in analog form, so I opted for esp8266 12e development board instead of esp8266 01 as the esp8266 01 module doesn't have analog pin while esp 12e has 1 analog pin in it. After that I have used 14.7 mm Force Sensitive Resistor(FSR) for explaining the concept but you can use any sensor. So whenever the sensor is pressed the varying voltage value will be appearing at analog pin 0 of our esp board and the esp board will publish that reading on Adafruit IO server through MQTT protocol. And on the smart phone side,we need to install an app called IoT MQTT Dashboard from Google playstore. _________________________________________________________________ Adafruit MQTT Library - https://github.com/techiesms/Adafruit_MQTT_Library _________________________________________________________________ Buy the components from here ESP8266 12e Board - http://amzn.to/2gCd3ad Force Sensitive Resistor - http://amzn.to/2w1j2eg _________________________________________________________________ Facebook :- http://www.facebook.com/techiesms Twitter :- http://www.twitter.com/imtechiesms Website :- http://www.techiesms.com _________________________________________________________________ #techiesms explore | learn | share
Views: 26669 techiesms
How to setup built-in mqtt broker in Home Assistant
 
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This video is a tutorial on how to setup the built-in mqtt broker in Home Assistant. Here is a link to get you started.... https://home-assistant.io/docs/mqtt/broker/ This is so easy to setup.... For starters, add the mqtt component to your hass config... sudo vi configuration.yaml mqtt: Once you do that, add whatever mqtt devices you have to your configuration, for example..... light: - platform: mqtt name: "Office Lights" command_topic: "sonoff/cmnd/officelight/POWER" state_topic: "sonoff/stat/officelight/POWER" payload_on: "ON" payload_off: "OFF" retain: true Once all that is added, restart home assistant for the changes to take.... sudo systemctl restart home-assistant.service You are done! If you like the video please subscribe to my channel, if you have any questions hit me up in the comments below. Also, please let me know if there are an tutorials you guys are looking for!
Views: 13730 BurnsHA
mqtt how it works
 
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Urbani emits all the information about the Crawling Status on Profiles usign MQ Brokers like MQTT Apache Mosquitto.
Views: 511 Juan
Orange Pi Zero Part4 Установка MQTT Broker MOSQUITTO на ARMBIAN | Debian Jessie
 
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Orange Pi Zero - 749 руб. ($13) - http://ali.ski/fqOBYp (Orange Pi Zero 512MB+Expansion Board+Black Case) Orange Pi Zero 512MB - 538 руб. ($9) - http://ali.ski/fqOBYp Orange Pi Zero 256MB - 418руб. ($7) - http://ali.ski/kmD7BK Аксесуары и расширения к Orange Pi Zero - http://ali.ski/JB0_D Видео Кабель AV - http://ali.ski/rrHdf8 SD Card SanDisk 16Gb (armbian) - http://ali.ski/sJwFU ОФИЦИАЛЬНЫЙ МАГАЗИН ПРОИЗВОДИТЕЛЯ ORANGE PI - http://ali.ski/-3S7P Заказ отправлен 2017-03-20 01:04:31, получен 2017-04-13 13:08:50 = 24 дня!!! ------------------------------------------ Листинг команд: PDF - https://yadi.sk/i/qm_ioGY03HW6Y4 (скачивайте, в предпросмотре отображается только начало листинга) Листинг команд так же приведен в EN субтитрах Part1 - https://youtu.be/kSEPtg2dLlw Part2 - https://youtu.be/Maak7gX4lpc Part3 - https://youtu.be/KF9Se5QWqqU
Views: 8206 SMART BOX
MQTT Broker and OPC [Tutorial]
 
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Download HINET MQTT Broker for Free Here http://goo.gl/hsJ5Ns
Views: 639 Heru Iqbal
IoT socket with ESP8266
 
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My IoT socekt made using Esp8266, JSON over MQTT, mosquito broker and websockets. The ESP-01 is accepting JSON over MQTT from my mosquitto broker. To control the socket from my phone, I've created an android application that connects over websockets to mosquitto broker and is sending commands. Plug is sending status every 15 seconds to its subscribers and a status after every command its receiving. Cool.....now I can turn on or off my favorite lamp with my IoT device http://myesp8266.blogspot.ro/2015/04/first-iot-device.html
Views: 2178 Catalin Batrinu
How to run MQTT using MQTT.FX and mosquitto broker on linux
 
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This is small demo of MQTT.FX utility with mosquitto broker to demonstrate MQTT communication
Views: 16217 Dwijay Bane
How to use MQTT Broker on Windows
 
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MQTT Broker on Windows Visit http://ouo.io/Zd9Ewl for more informations.
Views: 24751 Electroll
Installing Mosquitto (MQTT) broker on Synology NAS
 
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Installing Mosquitto on Synology DSM6.1 is not working with the default configuration. However there's a way to fix this, and it's pretty simple. Synology DS216j specifications: 1. CPU Model: Marvell Armada 385 88F6820 2. CPU Architecture: 32-bit 3. CPU Frequency: Dual Core 1.0 GHz 4. System Memory: 512 MB DDR3 5. Storage Drive Bays: 2 6. RJ-45 1GbE LAN Port: 1 7. USB 3.0 Port: 2 NAS Software: DSM 6.1.1 Synology NAS: https://www.synology.com/en-global/products/DS216j Mosquitto broker https://mosquitto.org/ MQTT: http://mqtt.org/ PuTTy: http://www.putty.org/ Store messages from Mosquitto MQTT broker into SQL Database: http://ediy.com.my/blog/item/143-store-messages-from-mosquitto-mqtt-broker-into-sql-database
Views: 19076 ediy
Fix Random Switching in Tasmota by Adjusting Retain Settings
 
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Best Home Assistant Tasmota Switch Configuration: https://github.com/thehookup/shelly1tasmota/blob/master/Best_HA_Config.yaml Support my channel: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thehookup US Amazon: https://amzn.to/2tphvyr UK Amazon: https://amzn.to/2IytdMD Visit my website: http://www.TheSmartHomeHookUp.com Follow me on Twitter: @TheHookUp1 Music by www.BenSound.com
Views: 16536 The Hook Up
Creating a Simple Controllable MQTT Sensor With Node-Red
 
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http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/node-red-overview/ - In this video tutorial we will create a very simple controllable MQTT sensor that you can use in IOT projects to simulate two state sensors like lights,doors. The sensor can be controlled across the Internet by sending simple MQTT commands. Flows download http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/downloads/#videos Other videos Simple MQTT Controllable Sensor Using Python https://youtu.be/XF1Lfcj1YyI ------------- How to Store Data In Node Red Variables https://youtu.be/kNfP1vw2Img ----------------------- MQTT Publish and Subscribe Using Node Red https://youtu.be/XDrwgMSQrEY -----------------
Views: 3114 Steve Cope
Install Mosquitto MQTT Broker  Lubuntu Ubuntu Linux (Node-RED): PDAControl
 
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PDAControl English : https://goo.gl/df0ET4 PDAControl Español : https://goo.gl/ttfesg Install Mosquitto MQTT Broker in Lubuntu Ubuntu Linux for Node-RED Instalacion de Mosquitto MQTT Broker en Lubuntu Ubuntu Linux para Node-RED http://mqtt.org/ Audio Video: ThornsOfOmarV2 for Jason Shaw Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. http://audionautix.com
Views: 5507 PDAControl
WebSocket + mqtt
 
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The video shows an open source and cheaper example of Internet of Things (IoT) application: two LEDs controlled by two ESP8266 WiFi modules (the clients), connected with a Raspberry (the broker) using #mqtt protocol; the #Raspberry is also configured as #WebSocket server using Node JS for handling real-time communication between devices such as PCs, tablets and smartphones. In the video, smartphone uses VPN connection, while the others are connected with 802.11. The shell on the left top shows the console notification: object status, connected clients, commands sends and feedback. Obviously, LEDs are only a simple example: ESP modules can be used to control lights, blinds, garage doors, air conditioners or whatever you want.
Views: 1826 Lorenzo Prometti
Connecting to Advantech B+B SmartWorx Devices Using Kepware's MQTT Client Driver
 
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This one-hour webinar explores how to expose your data over MQTT with Advantech B+B SmartWorx solutions—and then access that data in SCADA, MES, Historians and other OPC Clients. Learn more about the KEPServerEX connectivity platform: http://ptc.co/ysUx30o2EdW
Views: 807 Kepware
Arduino MQTT Publish tutorial using IO.ADAFRUIT.COM server
 
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This video shows how you can publish MQTT packets to io.adafruit.com server. We will look into the code and see how connect and publish packet are sen over the TCP connection created by SIM900 GSM module.
Views: 2940 Ravi Pujar
KEPServerEX - IoT Gateway - MQTT Client
 
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Bu videomuzda KEPServerEX'i IoT Gateway eklentisi ile bir MQTT Client olarak konfigüre ederek web servislerine veri gönderimi anlatılmıştır. Destek talebiniz olması halinde bize [email protected] veya [email protected] mail adreslerinden ulaşabilirsiniz. Detaylı bilgi için: http://www.opcturkey.com/iot-gateway-tr Paylaşım link: https://youtu.be/yTaoGtQ5JkA İyi seyirler.
Views: 2505 OPCTurkey
esp8266 IOT with PHP (000webhost.com)
 
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Welcome to my channel Music : Rock Angel - Joakim Karud Code SQL : CREATE TABLE `led` ( `id` int(255) NOT NULL, `status` varchar(10) COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci NOT NULL ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8 COLLATE=utf8_unicode_ci; INSERT INTO `led` (`id`, `status`) VALUES (1, 'OFF'), (2, 'OFF'), (3, 'OFF'); Code Arduino : https://drive.google.com/file/d/13Ss4zgk2x_V8CnOiV78Ec0LcoFqL8d0k/view?usp=sharing Code PHP : https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dq0jjJfwsw6OowsBokfv8Y_zfOAcpI4j/view?usp=sharing esp8266 iot tutorial, esp8266 iot button, esp8266 iot projects, esp8266 iot server, esp8266 iota, esp8266 iot mqtt, esp8266 iot relay control, esp8266 iot sdk, esp8266 iottweet, esp8266 iot web server optimization using arduino ide, esp8266 aws iot arduino, google cloud iot esp8266, iot con esp8266, esp8266 google iot, esp8266 azure iot hub, esp8266 aws iot mqtt, iot esp8266 nodemcu, iot projects using esp8266, iot with esp8266, esp8266 with aws iot, esp8266 php, esp8266 php mysql, esp8266 php web server, esp8266 php get, esp8266 php post, esp8266 phpmyadmin, esp8266 web server php, esp8266 openhab, esp8266 oscilloscope, esp8266 ov7670, esp8266 os, esp8266 overclock, esp8266 on proteus, como programar o esp8266, esp8266 python, esp8266 programming, esp8266 power supply, esp8266 pir, esp8266 pinout, esp8266 python programming, esp8266 pwm, esp8266 power, esp8266 quadcopter, esp8266 qt creator, esp8266 quick connect, esp8266 qr code, esp8266 qemu, esp8266 qfn32, esp8266 qr code scanner, esp8266 quadruped, esp8266 que es, esp8266 range, esp8266 robot, esp8266 repeater, esp8266 rgb, esp8266 raspberry pi 3, esp8266 range test, esp8266 rfid, esp8266 reset, esp8266 rc car, esp8266 server, esp8266 switch, esp8266 serial, esp8266 servo, esp8266 smartthings, esp8266 sensor, esp8266 speaker, esp8266 spiffs, esp8266 spi, esp8266 thermostat, esp8266 tutorial, esp8266 tasmota, esp8266 to esp8266 communication, esp8266 temperature, esp8266 tft, esp8266 thing, esp8266 tv, esp8266 to arduino, esp8266 temperature sensor mqtt, esp8266 usb, esp8266 udp, esp8266 uno, esp8266 usb camera, esp8266 uses, esp8266 usb to serial, esp8266 uart, esp8266 unboxing, esp8266 using arduino uno, esp8266 udp client, u=ri esp8266, esp8266 video, esp8266 video stream, esp8266 vs, esp8266 v3, esp8266 vnc, esp8266 vixen, esp8266 vga, esp8266 voltage regulator, esp8266 vin, esp8266 vs arduino, esp8266 with arduino, esp8266 wifi relay, esp8266 websocket, esp8266 weather, esp8266 wifi tutorial, esp8266 wifi deauther, esp8266 watchdog, esp8266 excel, esp8266 xcode, esp8266 xampp, esp8266 exploit host, esp8266 extend range, esp8266 xlights, esp8266 xbee, esp8266 youtube counter, esp8266 youtube, esp8266 yahoo weather, esp8266 yellow dev board, esp8266 y arduino, esp8266 y arduino uno, esp8266 y labview, esp8266 y blynk, app inventor y esp8266, esp8266 enviar y recibir datos, arduino y esp8266, arduino uno y esp8266, blynk y esp8266, wifi nodemcu esp8266 y blynk, esp8266 zigbee, esp8266 zigbee module, esp8266 zero crossing, esp8266 zero crossing dimmer, esp8266 z wave, zerynth esp8266, esp8266 zeit, esp8266 01, esp8266 01 projects, esp8266 03, esp8266 01 programming, esp8266 01 blynk, esp8266 01 with arduino, esp8266 01 arduino uno, esp8266 01 relay, esp8266 01 relay control, esp8266 01 tutorial, esp8266 12f, esp8266 12, esp8266 12e arduino, esp8266 12e tutorial, esp8266 16x2 lcd, esp8266 12e programming with arduino, esp8266 12e projects, esp8266 12e arduino uno, esp8266 12e programming, esp8266 part #1, esp8266 #1, tutorial #1 esp8266, esp8266 tutorial básico #1, esp8266 часть 1, esp8266 2 channel relay, esp8266 2 relay, esp8266 28byj-48, esp8266 2-road wifi relay.zip, esp8266 2 way communication, esp8266 2 spi devices, esp8266 2.4 tft, esp8266 2 analog input, esp8266 2 serial ports, 2 esp8266 communication arduino, #2 esp8266, conectar 2 esp8266, esp8266 часть 2, esp8266 32mb, esp8266 3d, esp8266 3d printer, esp8266 3 way switch, esp8266 3d printer wifi, esp8266 3.3v, esp8266 3.7v, esp8266 3v, esp8266 3.3v to 5v, esp8266 3.7v battery, raspberry pi 3 esp8266, #3 esp8266, tutorial #3 esp8266, esp8266 tutorial básico #3, esp8266 4ch relay, esp8266 4 channel relay,
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Node Red + Wemos Mini + Home Assistant (MQTT)+Alexa | Tutorial # 34
 
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In this tutorial, you will learn how to setup node red raspberry pi on Home Assistant and control Wemos D1 mini. GitHub Code: https://github.com/nassir-malik/Node-Red_Wemos_Mini_Alexa_HomeAssistant_MQTT_Switch Function code: var status = msg.payload; msg={ "payload":status.toUpperCase(), "topic": "netmedias/fan/switch", }; return msg; Home Assistant Config text: mqtt: password: "welcome" light: - platform: mqtt name: "fan" state_topic: "netmedias/fan/status" command_topic: "netmedias/fan/switch" optimistic: false qos: 0 panel_iframe: configurator: title: Configurator icon: mdi:wrench url: http://192.168.0.22:3218 nodered: title: Node-RED icon: mdi:nodejs url: http://192.168.0.22:1880/
Views: 5654 Netmedias
MQTT for IoT
 
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This video shows a simple application where 4 devices communicate usgin MQTT. The devices are: 2 Raspberry PI's, one Windows desktop PC and an Android phone. One of the 2 RPi's have one temperature and humidity sensor attached, the other one is set as MQTT broker and it also has a PI Face 2 DI/DO interface. The Windows and the android app are subscribed to the RPi temp and humidity reading so the broker get those reading from the second RPi and send them to the clients subscribing to those "topics"; they can also send commands to the PI face DO and red back the DI status. All devices are coded with B4x with some phyton scripting "help" for the temp and humidity reading.
Views: 431 Pierluigi Meloni
Controlling devices and monitoring sensor data through Web server, MQTT, Google assistance, node mcu
 
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I have made a project using which we will control 4 devices and also monitor status of 4 sensors. We can do this using an html based Web page. Also we can control devices using Google assistance via Internet. When there is no intenet this node mcu will automatically connect to local network and can be accessed using ip address and if Internet connection is available it will automatically connects to internet and accessed via Google assistance. This will automatically switches between local and Internet connection depending as per availability of connection.
Home Automation at Home Part 1: ESP8266 & MQTT
 
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Want to make your own security system? Thermostat? Automated lighting? Watch Home Automation at Home to learn how to do all of these things and more! In this video we will be setting up a Raspberry Pi with the Mosquitto MQTT broker and using to control an ESP8266 running an MQTT client. Mosquitto MQTT Raspberry Pi Install Page: http://mosquitto.org/2013/01/mosquitto-debian-repository/ The code & breadboard layout from this video can be found here: https://github.com/ItKindaWorks/ESP8266/tree/master/Home%20Automation/Part%201 Subscribe for more weekly videos! Follow me on Twitter @itkindaworksinc
Views: 140033 ItKindaWorks
MQTT FX (1)
 
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Working on an JavaFX Client/App for MQTT debugging and testing. Download alpha1 here: http://www.jensd.de/wordpress/?p=1113
Views: 1397 Jens Deters
Aquasonic
 
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Aquasonic an Android application to monitor live water tank status. Technologies used- Android Php Mqtt Mosquitto mqtt broker. Digital ocean server.
Views: 1 Avs Pavan
Internet of Things - Control Sensors
 
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Today I will talk about how you can publish sensor data depending on a threshold and control a sensor using an MQTT broker. I will publish information to the MQTT broker about the light depending on a threshold, and also show how the threshold can be changed using a subscription on the MQTT broker. In my previous video, I was publishing light and temperature data to an MQTT broker at a fixed time interval (every 5 seconds). However, in most Internet of Things solutions it's more interesting to know when a threshold value has been passed or when an interval has been exceeded. A real-world example is a wine cellar, which need to keep the wine in a certain temperature interval (usually 7-18°C or 45-64°F), and the important thing is not to know the exact temperature, but if the temperature goes outside of that interval. In this lab I will show you how to implement the logic of a threshold value, and also how that value could be changed using an MQTT broker. This means that the behavior of the sensor can be changed remotely, and this is a very powerful feature of any Internet of Things solution. I will use a light sensor to determine whether it's dark or light, and then act on that. When it's dark a LED will be turned on, and when it's light the LED will be turned off. As you can see in my video "Internet of Things – Like Lamp", the LED could be replaced with a normal lamp. A real-world example would be a welcoming light in front of the house or office that is turned on when it's dark (at night or due to bad weather). Here you can see the needed hardware, and in addition to the Arduino, you need a light sensor, or photocell, a LED, a 220 ohm resistor, and to connect everything, you need a breadboard and five jumper cables that have a (male) pin on each end. To setup the hardware, you start by disconnecting everything from its power source, as usual. Then you connect the sensor to the breadboard, and the Arduino 5V to the power (plus) on the sensor. Connect the Arduino ground (GND) to the ground (minus) on the breadboard, and then connect the breadboard ground to the sensor ground. Connect the sensor signal (S) to the first analog pin (A0), and connect the Arduino pin 13 to the positive (long) end of the LED. Connect the negative (short) end of the LED to the resistor that in turn connects to the breadboard ground. The Arduino code (or sketch, which you can find on http://cforsberg.com/?p=177) starts with some includes, and define the constants for the pins (on line 4). The MQTT client object is defined and created (on lines 5-6), followed by the declaration of a number of variables (on line 7-10). In the setup, we set the LED pin to output (on line 14), and initialize the bridge between the microcontroller and the microprocessor (on line 15). Then we connect to the MQTT broker and set up a subscription (on line 16). The eternal loop starts by checking if a one second interval has passed, and if so, read the value from the light sensor (on line 24), check if the value has passed the threshold (on line 25), and if so, publish the new status to the MQTT broker (on lines 27-31). In the callback function, which is called each time a new value is published on the topic that was subscribed to, the message (payload) is read (on line 39-41) and parsed (on line 42), and the new threshold is updated (on line 43). I'm assuming that you have an MQTT broker running (see my previous video called "Internet of Things – Why You Need MQTT" to see how the server can be set up and how to start the MQTT broker), and to see the published data, connect to the server (replace AwsKeyPar.pem with your key file, and 0.0.0.0 with the IP address of your server)... ssh -i AwsKeyPair.pem [email protected] ...and then run the command: mosquitto_sub -d -t lightsensor/value This starts a subscription to the topic "lightsensor/value" where you can see the published sensor data. To change the threshold, open a new terminal window, connect to the server (using the same ssh command above), and run the command... mosquitto_pub -d -t lightsensor/control -m "{\"value\":300}" ...that will publish a message on the MQTT broker that will be picked up by the Arduino, which will use this value as the new threshold. That is how you can publish sensor data depending on a threshold and also control the sensor by updating the threshold using an MQTT broker. Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/chrisforsberg Visit my site http://cforsberg.com
Views: 1025 Chris Forsberg
MQTT fx
 
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Views: 887 Danh Đỗ Công
LinuxCNC controlled by Android
 
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This is a first working test of a remote LinuxCNC UI running on supported Qt platforms like Android, iOS, Linux, Windows, .. The final goal is to be able to run a full LinuxCNC control including stepperdrives on $50 worth of hardware, namely a cheap Cortex-A8 computer such as Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspberry CM1, i.MX51/AM335x-based hardware, etcetera. Just because we can. Another nice application is the ability to use this as a secondary UI screen. Now, how does this work? On the LinuxCNC side there is a server process that connects to the LinuxCNC Python interface. This process translates the error, status and command channels to JSON data which is posted/read to an MQTT broker over a secure socket. The client also connects to the broker over a secure websocket, and the two parties are able to exchange status and commands. Advantage of this approach over a pure socket is that the broker can be anywhere, and so can the clients. Thus, it also works flawless on a phone using a 3G/4G connection. Also, MQTT provides basic quality of service, it is lightweight and fast, you can have as many UI's running as needed. It is also very easy to enhance functionality by designating different MQTT topics for different functionality. A separate webcam server process on the LinuxCNC machine could dump image data to a /webcam topic, and on the client side a separate viewer can extract this information without interfering with a webcam-unaware GUI. Please forgive the crude layout, my experience with Qt is only a few hours.
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Node-RED + Home Assistant How-To
 
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DrZzz Installing Node-RED Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HlQ0RUcUTE Example Flow#1: https://github.com/thehookup/Node-RED-Examples/blob/master/Example%20Flow%201.txt Example Flow #2: https://github.com/thehookup/Node-RED-Examples/blob/master/Example%20Flow%202.txt Camera Snapshot Generic URL: https://YourHassioAddress.duckdns.org:8123/api/camera_proxy/camera.specificCameraName?api_password=YourPassword iOS Push Notification YAML: https://github.com/thehookup/Node-RED-Examples/blob/master/actionable_iOS_push_config.yaml Actionable Notification Automation YAML: https://github.com/thehookup/Node-RED-Examples/blob/master/actionable_iOS_automation_example.yaml Actionable Notification JSON: https://github.com/thehookup/Node-RED-Examples/blob/master/actionable_iOS_json.js Example Flow #3: https://github.com/thehookup/Node-RED-Examples/blob/master/Example%20Flow%203.txt Amazon Echo Spot (Affiliate Link): https://amzn.to/2Ih2GEo Music by www.BenSound.com
Views: 95045 The Hook Up
How to Configure A Mosquitto MQTT Bridge
 
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http://www.steves-internet-guide.com/mosquitto-bridge-configuration/ -In this video tutorial we will look at How to Configure A Bridged Connection on The Mosquitto Broker. In particular we look at how it works, topics and topic remapping and some examples. Related videos How to Create a Secure Bridge Connection on Mosquitto https://youtu.be/hzN7nJrQuAo ---------- How to install the Mosquitto Broker on Windows https://youtu.be/nkFS_7dQL-Y
Views: 2961 Steve Cope
Introducing MQTT.fx 0.0.12
 
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Blog post: http://www.jensd.de/wordpress/?p=1755 www.jensd.de www.mqttfx,org
Views: 689 Jens Deters
Setup Loraserver [1] - Setup Loraserver Lora-app-server Lora-gateway-bridge
 
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Hello , You should watch all of my videos because i'm very effort - Link Loraserver : https://www.loraserver.io/ - Link Virtual box : https://www.virtualbox.org/ ################################ 0:00 : Introduction why i make this video 0:50 : Which we need to install? 1:15 : Lora gateway bridge 2:50 : Start and Check Lora gateway bridge 3:35 : Lora-server 5:12 : Check database 6:40 : Start and Check the ERROR of Lora-server 7:00 : Lora-app-server 7:25 : Fix ERROR of Lora-app-server requirement session 8:12 : Check database 9:05 : Start and Check the ERROR of Lora-app-server 9:20 : Fix the ERROR of Lora-app-server 10:40 : Add encode code jwt for Lora-app-server's file 11:45 : Start and Check Lora-app-server 12:20 : Fix the ERROR of Lora-server 13:12 : Start and Check Lora-app-server ### LORA GATEWAY BRIDGE ### sudo apt-get install mosquitto sudo apt-key adv --keyserver keyserver.ubuntu.com --recv-keys 1CE2AFD36DBCCA00 sudo echo "deb https://artifacts.loraserver.io/packages/2.x/deb stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/loraserver.list sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install lora-gateway-bridge ### LORA SERVER ### sudo apt-get install postgresql sudo apt-get install redis-server sudo -u postgres psql create role loraserver_ns with login password 'dbpassword'; create database loraserver_ns with owner loraserver_ns; \q // check status psql -h localhost -U loraserver_ns -W loraserver_ns sudo apt-get install loraserver then move to /etc/loraserver/loraserver.toml edit old dsn to dsn="postgres://loraserver_ns:[email protected]/loraserver_ns?sslmode=disable" ### LORA APP SERVER ### sudo -u postgres psql create role loraserver_as with login password 'dbpassword'; create database loraserver_as with owner loraserver_as; \c loraserver_as create extension pg_trgm; \q // check status psql -h localhost -U loraserver_as -W loraserver_as sudo apt-get install lora-app-server then move to /etc/lora-app-server/lora-app-server.toml. edit old dsn to dsn="postgres://loraserver_as:[email protected]/loraserver_as?sslmode=disable" AND REMEMBER ADD JWT by generate this : openssl rand -base64 32 #Loraserver #Ubuntu #Arduino
Views: 763 Anh Quân Tống
How to solve esp8266 esp-mqtt library problem
 
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libraries\esp-mqtt\mqtt\mqtt.c.o:(.bss.default_private_key_len+0x0): multiple definition of `default_private_key_len' libraries\ESP8266WiFi\WiFiClientSecure.cpp.o:(.bss.default_private_key_len+0x0): first defined here libraries\esp-mqtt\mqtt\mqtt.c.o:(.bss.default_certificate_len+0x0): multiple definition of `default_certificate_len' libraries\ESP8266WiFi\WiFiClientSecure.cpp.o:(.bss.default_certificate_len+0x0): first defined here collect2.exe: error: ld returned 1 exit status exit status 1 Error compiling for board Generic ESP8266 Module. http://iot-playground.com/blog/2-uncategorised/77-esp8266-internet-controlled-switch-easyiot-cloud-mqtt-api
Views: 6017 Mateusz O