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Inexpensive SmartHome # 1 - ioBroker installation

In this series of videos I would like to set up a SmartHome with you from the start with the help of the ioBroker. Anyone who is wondering and thinking "That already existed" is correct - but so much has happened in the last year that it is now there is an update of the videos and articles. Surely everyone would like to ...

My first experience with Tesla Service

I've been driving a Tesla Model 3 since mid-March 2021 - out of conviction. I really enjoy driving the car and it's cheaper than everyone thinks. But well - that shouldn't be the subject of the video…. What is not good at Tesla is the final inspection of the vehicles. That's why ...

New seminar: Grafana - correct evaluation of your SmartHome data

A lot of data is collected in the SmartHome. Every device used reports values ​​back to the control center. Be it a light that is switched on or a heater that supplies a temperature value. But what do you do with this data? Often just nothing. Example of an evaluation from the seminar So that a SmartHome can "work" efficiently ...

My smart home # 1 network

I've been involved with technology as long as I can remember. Starting as a child with "Oh - can I take this apart?" - just to take a look at a radio or similar electrical device. After school I started training as a communications electronics technician. After my time in the armed forces, I started my passion as ...

Seminar updates - February 2021

Lately a lot has happened with the courses on my side. So that you know what's new - here is the overview. As always, of course - all updates are free for the participants! Your SmartHome headquarters - CCU and ioBroker in one! & ioBroker course - introduction to visualization Both courses ...

Self-made CO2 sensor for Homematic and ioBroker!

In this day and age with Corona - home office and other viruses that wander around so much, it is important that you also take care of your own breathing air in rooms. Among other things, the CO2 content in the oxygen is important for this. This should be around 400ppm (parts per million) if possible…. less is of course better. For this here ...

SmartHome Backup

No backup - no pity Source: a smart admin This quote is tough - but somehow there is also something to it. Everyone should - especially when you consider how much work goes into setting up, configuring and testing the various systems. Therefore, the backup is just as important to me as the joy of a functioning system! ...

Integrate third-party hardware into the Homematic

Once you have started to make your house smart, at some point you will also deal with the question of how you can bring other hardware into the Homematic world. Unfortunately, the Homematic system itself is quite closed - that means that really only Homematic components can communicate with the CCU as the central unit. ...

Connect Shelly Motion with Homematic

I've already looked at the little Shelly Motion. You don't know the video yet? Then take a look here: In the comments on the video, I was asked how this small device can now be integrated into the Homematic. This is relatively easy - and that's why I would like to briefly explain it to you here in the video ...

Duty cycle problems - how to get a grip on them!

I think anyone who deals a little more with HomeMatic or homematic IP will sooner or later stumble across the term Duty Cycle. But what is this duty cycle actually - what is it good for and what does it do? We want to discuss all of these topics here. What is the duty cycle? All radio-based ...