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By Mateusz Kaczynski 24 Sep, 2017
Welcome to MK-SmartHouse! Here you will soon find many detailed guides on many Smart Home devices, ranging from how to make sensors using the ESP8266 to OpenHAB 2 and the Raspberry Pi. I use the word soon because currently everything is a work in progress and it will take me some time to create the guides. The devices are already designed and tested, they are just waiting for tutorials to be written for them. Speaking of the guides and tutorials, these guides will be extremely detailed and have step by step instructions as well as product links, images and of course images. There will also be a community forum where if you have a problem you can leave a post and hopefully either I or someone else will assist you! What sets me and MK-SmartHouse apart is that I will be showing you the complete process of a Smart Home from start to finish, from the initial design to actually setting up to home automation server using the Raspberry Pi. Also, my Smart Home solution is very cheap and inexpensive; I like to call it Low-Cost because usually when you hear cheap you think of something not of high quality which this solution is very high quality and reliable! I hope you can join me in this journey to a complete Smart Home, if you are then join the email newsletter to be notified of new guides and updates!
By Mateusz Kaczynski 24 Sep, 2017

In this video I will show you how to make an ultimate smart house / home with automation by showing you what is possible with just a little DIY work and guides from my channel as well as from my website mksmarthouse.com. Eventually you too can have a similar smart home to mine and even better.

 This Smart Home System Is Based On the raspberry pi 2 / 3, OpenHAB 2, MQTT, ESP8266, Arduino, IOS, Android, HomeKit and Amazon echo.

 The devices I will show you in the video are : door sensor, sprinkler system, power strip, electric blinds, wall mounted tablet, LED Strip, and fire sensor.

 This channel and website will show you the path to creating your very own Ultimate Smart House using Arduino, raspberry pi, esp8266, OpenHAB 2 and more to do home automation. Each video will be a different project and tutorial that you can follow to make your house more technologically advanced. Also, there is more information as well as detailed guides on mksmarthouse.com

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