homebridge-pi-thermostat - Homebridge Plugin to make Raspberry Pi into Thermostat

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This is a homebridge plugin to make a Raspberry Pi connected with a Relay Board and DHT22 Temperature and Humidity Sensor into a smart thermostat that can be controlled via the Home app on iOS using Homekit. For those who want to create their own thermostat using Raspberry Pi, here is a blog post that goes through the details of where to buy the parts, how to assemble it and what software to install to get this to work.

https://www.npmjs.com/package/homebridge-pi-thermostat
https://github.com/ankurp/homebridge-pi-thermostat

Dependencies:

node-dht-sensor : 0.0.33
rpi-gpio : ^0.9.1

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