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January 21, 2013

CromaLight: Turn your iPhone into a remote control

Cromalight, lights remote control

CromaLightis an application for iOS and is available from the Apple Store for 8.99 €. You will be able to control up to six different switches in your home.

The interface is simple and is divided into two sections. With the overall control user can switch on and off and also access the switch timing of ambient light. With individual control user can see those 6 different switches. Yes, we said well, “ambient light”. The application offers the possibility to choose the color by sliding your finger in a color palette, which has also four buttons to activate  chromatherapy program.

For everything to work properly, we must have some home automation devices and materials ready:

  • Arduino
  • Arduino Ethernet Shield Shield or wireless Wifly
  • See-brick Arduino
  • 6 Modules 5V relay
  • Strip Light RGB Strip lights

To connect all cables and user must have 5V power feeders. Everything must be connected to the same router. If we use eg 3G mobile connection, the system will not work. In the following tutorial video you can see which is the right way to connect devices and mount the system:

Further information | Web de Cromalight

Buy App | Apple Store



Sobre el autor

Alfonso Eguino
I am technology consultant and online marketing manager at Domotica Davinci. I'm pretty geek and I really like gadgets and device programming. I share news and reviews about devices that anyone can use.




 
 

 
 

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