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I made a custom home automation board from scratch using the ESP07S module and other mandatory components.

As technology advances, more and more people are turning to home automation to simplify their lives. From smart thermostats to voice-activated assistants, these devices are designed to make our homes more efficient and convenient.

But what if you could create your own custom home automation device tailored specifically to your needs? In this article, we’ll show you how to build your own DIY home automation device that can control everything from your lights to your coffee maker.

This DIY home automation device uses an ESP8266 to operate two independent relays to switch two outputs or loads.

The user can visit the home automation device’s WEB PAGE and utilize the buttons to operate the XYZ equipment connected to two relays.

In addition, if you’re thinking about purchasing this board, checkout its tindie page-

Have a look at the Home Automation Board’s building project.

Material Required
These were the materials used in this built-

- Custom PCB
- ESP07S Module
- Relay 250V 10A Load side, 5V Operation
- 240V to 5V and 3.3V Isolated Power Supply
- AO3400 Mosfet
- 10K Resistors
- 1K resistors
- NODEMCU for programming the ESP07S
- M7 or SS34 Diode SMA Package
- Toggle Switch”

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