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  • iHome Security & Automation System
  • Home Automation System Home Automation is a field specializing in the specific automation requirements of homes and in the application of automation techniques for the comfort and security of its residents.
  • Home Automation
    • HAS can also be defined as remote or automatic control of things around the home.
    • An automated home is an intelligent home and an interactive home that takes care of mundane activities, leaving you with enough time to indulge in other activities
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  • Home Automation
    • HAS can also be defined as remote or automatic control of things around the home.
    • An automated home is an intelligent home and an interactive home that takes care of mundane activities, leaving you with enough time to indulge in other activities
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  • Smart Home has been “coming” for 30 years – Why Now..??
    • Emergence of wireless technologies for home automation solutions
    • Wireless broadband is mainstream
    • Increasing awareness among customers
    • Lower equipment prices and installation costs
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  • Home Automation Systems
    • Security
    • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
    • Lighting control systems
    • Audio
    • Video
    • Intercoms
    • Robotics
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  • The elements of a domotics system are-
    • Controllers
    • Sensors
    • Actuators
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  • Hardware Overview
    • The automation system will use four levels of ‘nodes’ to control different aspects of the automation system-
      • Level 0
      • Level 1
      • Level 2
      • Level 3
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  • iHome Security & Automation System iHome Automation Overall Flowchart
  • Hardware Description-Level 0 Nodes
    • Features controlled by Level 0 nodes are mostly sensors, such as sound, temperature, photo cells, and security.
    • Level 0 nodes will not have a user interface, and they connect to the system through L1 nodes.
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  • iHome Security & Automation System iHome Automation Overall Flowchart
  • iHome Security & Automation System L1 Device Interface
    • Eight TTL Output Ports (5V)
    • Four TTL Input Ports (5V)
    • Three Analog Input Ports (3.3V)
    • Four PWM Output Port (5V, resolution of 33,300)
    • 127 Channel I 2 C Port (3.6V)
    • Two SPI Ports (3.6V, 1mbps)
    • One digital quadrature encoder input (5V)
    • All L0 Nodes connect to the system via L1 nodes using the following L1 ports:
    • Level 1 nodes connect to the system by either X10 cable or wirelessly.
    • Level 1 nodes control Level 0 nodes and provide a user interface for these nodes.
    iHome Security & Automation System Hardware Description-Level 1 Nodes
  • iHome Security & Automation System iHome Automation Overall Flowchart
    • The Base Station bridges the central server to the L1 node network.
    • It connects to the central server using USB, and then connects to the rest of the L1 nodes via Cat5 cable (RS-485 signaling) and wirelessly.
    iHome Security & Automation System Hardware Description-Base Station
  • iHome Security & Automation System MCU TI MSP430F149 Touch Sensors RS-485 Transceiver 1 Mb Flash LCD Display USB Endpoint 8-bit Parallel Bus SPI Bus Digital Potentiometer MCU TI MSP430F169 RS-485 Transceiver USB USB Endpoint USB Optional USB alternative to RS-485 / Base Station RS-485 Bus Quadrature Encoders PWM Level 1/ Base Station Block Diagram
  • Hardware Description-Level 2 Nodes
    • Level 2 nodes are designed for audio / communications, and have no user interface.
    • Features controlled by these type of nodes include : audio/entertainment playback (MP3 and WMA format), 2-way intercom operation, etc.
    • These nodes connect to the central server via Ethernet, and are individually powered.
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  • A standard 8P8C (often called RJ45) Ethernet connector. iHome Security & Automation System
  • iHome Security & Automation System MCU Atmel AT91SAM7S256 (ARM7TDMI Core) RJ45 Connector MP3/WAV Encoder/Decoder VLSI1003 512kbyte SRAM Buffer CY62148BLL Ethernet Realtek 8019AS RCA/Stereo Mini Connector (30 Ω ) Stereo Mini Connector 2x22W Speaker Output (4 Ω ) 8-bit Parallel Addressed Bus 8-bit parallel bus with latched/ translated address bus SPI Line In Stereo Output L2 Block Diagram
  • iHome Security & Automation System iHome Automation Overall Flowchart
  • Hardware Description-Level 3 Nodes
    • Level 3 nodes may or may not (depending on time constraints) be included in home automation.
    • Level 3 nodes are used for streaming video between the central server, TVs, and video cameras.
    • Level 3 nodes do also not have any type of direct user interface.
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  • iHome Security & Automation System iHome Automation Overall Flowchart
  • Interconnections
    • By wire :
    • DSL(digital subscriber line)
    • Optical fiber cable
    • X10
    • 2. Wireless:
    • Radio frequency -Wi-Fi ,GPRS ,Bluetooth and infrared
    • 3. Both
    • Insteon
    • Z-Wave
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  • Technology Transmission medium Transmission speed Maximum distance to the device Ethernet Fibre optics 10 Mbit/s – 1 Gbit/s 100 m – 15Km Wi-Fi Radio frequency 11 Mbit/s – 248 Mbit/s 30 m – 100m USB Twisted pair 12 Mbit/s – 480 Mbit/s 5 m Bluetooth Radio frequency 1 Mbit/s – 10 Mbit/s 10 m – 100m IRDA Infrared 9600 bit/s – 4 Mbit/s 2 m LonWorks Twisted pair / Electrical wiring / Radio frequency / Coaxial 1.70 kbit/s – 1.28 Mbit/s 1500 m – 2700m X10 Electrical wiring 50 bit/s – 60 bit/s
  • What is X10?
    • X10 is a communications "language" that allows compatible products to talk to each other using the existing electrical wiring in the home
    • X10 is a standard for communication among electronic devices used for home automation, also known as domotics. It primarily uses power line wiring for signaling and control, where the signals involve brief radio frequency bursts representing digital information.
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  • X10 Addressing Code Dials
  • Examples X10 PRO Receiver Modules Wall Switch Fixture Module Lamp Module
  • eHome Concept
    • Controls home appliances through a WML(Wireless Markup Language) browser on a remote cellular phone or PDA
    • “ eHome: Design and Implementation of the prototype of electronic Home, ”
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  • iHome Security & Automation System WML Browser Screens
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  • INTRODUCTION OF
    • S MARTPHONES
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  • Bibliography
    • www.smarthome.com
    • www.x10.com
    • www.google.com
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