This article is about how you can make your own Home Automation project using Siri voice Assistant and Apple Home mobile Application without coding with the help of Home Assistant Server running on our Raspberry Pi Board.
- ESP-32 development board
- 5 volts Non-latching Relay
- Hi-Link 5 volts Power Supply
- 220V AC to 3.3V DC Power supply
- Couple of resistors – 10kohms & 330 ohms
- Two pin terminal connectors
- BC547 transistor
- 1N4007 diodes
- Led’s and Push button
PCB Design File
Here I’m providing the design file of Our PCB that we have used in this project so that you can directly place it’s order to any PCB manufacturer
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In this project, you’ll need a YAML file to be added inside ESPHome Integration to make this project work for controlling 4 appliances and that file is mentioned below.
esphome: name: esp esp32: board: esp32doit-devkit-v1 framework: type: arduino # Enable logging logger: # Enable Home Assistant API api: ota: password: "ba0bdab886a0e49dcec7230bd55bcb03" wifi: ssid: "SmS_jiofi" password: "sms123458956" # Enable fallback hotspot (captive portal) in case wifi connection fails ap: ssid: "Esp Fallback Hotspot" password: "I9PWWQ4fdYIv" captive_portal: # Example configuration entry light: - platform: binary name: "Light1" output: light_output1 - platform: binary name: "Light2" output: light_output2 - platform: binary name: "Light3" output: light_output3 - platform: binary name: "Light4" output: light_output4 output: - id: light_output1 platform: gpio pin: 15 inverted: true - id: light_output2 platform: gpio pin: 2 inverted: true - id: light_output3 platform: gpio pin: 4 inverted: true - id: light_output4 platform: gpio pin: 22 inverted: true
You just need to change the wifi SSID Name and Password to make it work on your side as well.
If you want to learn this project in detail, do watch out it’s full tutorial video on our YouTube channel.