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en:hardware_v2 [2019/04/26 17:29] (current)
deepkey [Internet of Things]
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 ===== Intel based computer ===== ===== Intel based computer =====
-Computers with Intel based hardware should be well supported. Only Intel GPU are supported for now. +PCs based on Intel chips are normally well supported. Only Intel graphics GPUs are supported at this time. If your hardware (ethernet card, etc.) is not supported, please let us know, we will try to add support in Calaos-os.
 ==== MSI WindBox ==== ==== MSI WindBox ====
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 [[install_rpi|Installation on Raspberry Pi]] [[install_rpi|Installation on Raspberry Pi]]
 +==== Other hardware  ====
 +With the explosion of hobbyist cards, we can't get all these cards and test them. If a map is not present in the list, adding its support can be quite simple. So don't hesitate to tell us about it, and maybe become the maintainer of this card!
 ====== Home automation hardware ====== ====== Home automation hardware ======
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 The Zibase is also supported by using it as a gateway to RF equipments. The Zibase is also supported by using it as a gateway to RF equipments.
 +====== GPIO ======
 +Since the project was put into open source, new hardware has been gradually supported. It is therefore possible, for example, to pilot GPIOs of a Raspberry Pi card.
 +====== Zibase ======
 +Zibase is also supported (using it as an interface between sensors and calaos-server)
 +====== One Wire ======
 +One Wire (DS18b20) temperature sensors are supported by the OWFS library. It is therefore possible to wire such sensors to the Raspberry Pi and use the W1 core drivers. It is also possible to use an OW SERVER ENET One Wire ethernet server or to use DS9490R USB interfaces as a 1wire/USB gateway for your home automation system.
 +====== Internet of Things ======
 +Beaucoup d'équipements peuvent aujourd'hui être pilotés via des requêtes Web. Calaos supporte ces équipements par le biais des WebIO. Exemple de matériels supportés :
 +Karotz (OpenKarotz)
 +Eco Device
 +OpenWeather Map