New release 6.0 – Feb 2021
Andruino App is a wired and wireless home sensors for iPhone
for iPhone, iPad and iWatch
Buying a low cost Arduino open-source electronics prototyping platform, you can control all what you want in your home simply connecting Arduino board to ethernet plug or a Wi-Fi network.
Sensors and Controls on a real map of your home
Andruino is the first App in which you can drag and drop sensors and controls over a real map of your home.
Maps can be uploaded from camera your roll and then adjusted in the App.
Sensor and control icons can also be resized and adjusted.
Andruino is 100% customizable
The App will work on wired and wireless local networks as well as 3G/4G wide area networks.
It can also work without an internet connection in direct mode on your local network.
Sensor configuration can be customized for unit of measure, mathematical formula and number of decimals according to sensor requirements.
Each sensor and relay is fully configurable (both analog/digital/PWM) and there is no limit to the number of sensors or controls that can be used.
Timers can be configured to switch on at a desired time and with a duration up to 18 hours. Time is synchronized every time the AndruinoApp is connected and the clock is maintained using the Arduino internal oscillator (no RTC is required).
You also have the option to manage a sensors digital output state. For example, you can invert output PIN logic so that a sensor works with inverted logic such as 0 -> active, 1-> not active.
With multi board management you can control any number of Arduinos. Imagine having 10 or more Wifi controllers displaying information on a unique map of your home.
This gives you the ability to view multiple environments simply swiping the maps.
Datalogger and Graphs
Each sensor’s data can be plotted on a graph with Average/Max/Min values are calculated and displayed. This allows you to see trends in sensor data. For example you can see a graphic display of temperature for the last two days, weeks or months using the datalogger function.
The datalogger stores data using a CSV file format and can be easily exported.
Alarms/Events and Push notifications
For each sensor you can set low and an high limit triggering which can be used to push notifications and to provide output activations.
Andruino can send real time push notifications when an event is triggered and/or a limit is reached.
You can continue to control your sensors even when AndruinoApp is closed. A notification with sensor data can be sent to your iPhone.
A special push notification can be enable when the board is powered up or down. This is used to monitor if the board is powered off for a reason such as a power loss.
You can also configure triggers on sensor outputs to control additional devices. This could be used for example to turn on a fan when a temperature reaches a defined point.
The App and sketch come with predefined sensor configurations. Some examples include DHT22, Dallas DS18B20, TMP35/36/37, brightness, current sensors, REED switches, etc. All of these have custom templates with detailed information to simplify the electrical connections and configuration.
Boards connection modes
Arduino board view: this allows you to see all the connected boards with there online and pairing status.
You can select:
- Client mode (connection trought andruino.it server)
- Server/Direct mode (direct connection between iPhone and Arduino)
Global sensor list: With this you can easily see all the sensors configured on your user account.
What You Get
Temperature and humidity
Temperature, humidity and various type of connected sensors can be read in real time and can be stored on a datalogger.
The output PIN state can be modified simply switching an icon on the map. The state of the PIN will change only when the App will receive the feedback from the board.
An output PIN can be configured as “pulse” if you need to drive bistable relays or open electric locks.
Each sensor can have a different icons, switches, lamps, etc.
Monitor the power consumption of your home and store it on a graph.
Wi-Fi and 3/4G
Works with Wi-Fi and 3/4G connections. The boards can be also placed in different Wi-Fi zones.
Each output PIN can be managed by a timer. You can switch them on or off at a specific time and for a specific duration.
You can setup a trigger based on sensor readings and have it control another output.