MicroPython Mega Course: Build IoT with Sensors and ESP8266



MicroPython Mega Course: Build IoT with Sensors and ESP8266
Video: .mp4 (1280x720, 30 fps(r)) | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, 2ch | Size: 2.51 GB
Genre: eLearning Video | Duration: 44 lectures (4 hour, 59 mins) | Language: English


Learn Micro Python , ESP8266, Home Automation, Sensors: Temperature, Humidity, Light, Actuators: Relay


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What you'll learn

Program IoT devices using MicroPython (Python for Microcontrollers)
Build IoT
Sensor Interfacing with ESP8266: Light, Temperature and Humidity Sensing
Actuator Interfacing with ESP8266
Hardware (Electronics) Interfacing
Use IoT Cloud to Upload Data (Collect)
Use IoT Cloud to Apply Condition (Analysis)
Act on IoT Data (Act)

Requirements

Curious and Ready to Learn

Description

Learn MicroPython from Scratch, No prior programming knowledge is required.

In this course, you will learn to Program ESP8266 with Micro Python Programming Language to

Access GPIOs (Blinking LEDs, Using Pull Up resistors, Interfacing Button)

Handle Interrupts

Use Inbuilt Analog to Digital Converter

Read Temperature, Light, Humidity Sensors (LDR, LM35, DHT)

Manipulate Environment with Actuators

Upload Data to IoT Cloud

Read Data from IoT Cloud

Control Devices using IoT Data

Implement Home Automation


Who this course is for:

Beginner with little or no prior knowledge of electronics & programming curious about designing IoT systems themselves


 


Homepage: https://www.udemy.com/course/micropython-mega-course-build-iot-with-sensors-and-esp8266/

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