220V plug controlled by Wi-Fi

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Introduction

How to plug 220V with FLYPORT Wi-Fi. The relay does all the job. The load can be easily turned on and off via the FLYPORT webserver, using a very simple page. Antoine from Giga-Concept developed this application with FLYPORT WiFi. I use a transistor connected to the +5 because the output voltage on the d1out was not enough to switch the relay. So the d1out switch the transistor which switch the relay, said Antoine. The load can be easily turned on and off via the FLYPORT webserver, using a very simple page.

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Schematic

Plug1.png · When the pin d1out of the Flyport is OFF, the relay is open so the 220 couldn’t pass through it.
· When d1out is ON, the relay is switched and the 200 can go from 1 to 2.

I use a transistor connected to the +5 because the output voltage on the d1out was not enough to switch the relay. So the d1out switch the transistor which switch the relay.
The load can be easily turned on and off via the Flyport webserver, using a very simple page.

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