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Make your lights open source and connect your LED strip to the WiFi network with ANAVI Light Controller!
ANAVI Light Controller is a certified open source hardware WiFi device for controlling a 12 V RGB LED strip. It also supports sensors for light, temperature, humidity, and gesture recognition.
ANAVI Light Controller is fully compliant with the popular open source platform, Home Assistant. That means that when paired with Amazon Alexa, the device can be turned on and off with voice commands.
ANAVI Light Controller combines open source hardware with free and open source software.
The printed circuit board was created using the free and open source application, KiCAD.
The acrylic case was designed with OpenSCAD. All devices will be manufactured in Plovdiv, Bulgaria.
The open source software running on ANAVI Light Controller is an Arduino sketch written in Arduino IDE using ESP8266 core and other popular Arduino libraries. The device communicates using the lightweight messaging protocol, MQTT. An HTML5, single page application is available for quick testing and demos of ANAVI Light Controller.
ANAVI Light Controller is an entirely open source project. All schematics and source code files are available in our GitHub repositories. Combining open source hardware with free and open source software provides flexibility and independence while at the same time encouraging knowledge sharing and community building. Anyone is welcome to join the community to study, modify, and improve the project.
Getting started with ANAVI Light Controller is easy, no soldering is required. We will provide a comprehensive user's manual describing the exact steps for using ANAVI Light Controller and flashing your own Arduino sketches through Arduino IDE.
Who Needs It and Why?
ANAVI Light Controller is fun and easy to use. You don't need to be a tech whiz to use it. You can assemble it without any tools, and only a screwdriver is needed to connect it to your RGB LED strip. You can use it for:
- Automating lighting with the open source software platform Home Assistant
- Controlling lights with voice commands with Amazon Alexa and Home Assistant
- Making a do-it-yourself magic lamp controlled with gestures
- Making unique do-it-yourself decorations for the holidays
- Learning about a project that combines free and open source software with open source hardware
Features & Specifications:
- CPU: Tensilica L106 32-bit processor
- Connectivity: WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
- Input voltage: 12 V
- Peripherals: Terminal block for 12 V RGB LED strip, UART pins, button, three slots for sensors
- Compatibility: Arduino IDE, Home Assistant, MQTT, and any modern web browser
- Certification: Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) BG000005
- Dimensions: 75 mm x 40 mm
Out of the box ANAVI Light Controller supports the following I2C modules:
- BH1750 sensor for light
- HTU21D sensor for temperature and humidity
- APDS-9960 sensor for RGB color and gesture detection
You can also attach any other I2C sensors, but you will have to take care of their software integration.
For more information visit the product's page:
In the box: 1x ANAVI Light Controller board