Domotica, Wifi, comando a distanza, serrature, telemetria, misurazione e trasmissione GSM 
WFeasy - Automate, Control, Measure, Display 
Smart hardware made by VisualVision
 
The real difference in smart (or intelligent) hardware is the software. 
Precisely for this reason the new hardware products from VisualVision are the best! 
 
Software has been our specialty for over twenty years, and today it is combined with phenomenal hardware: no one else allows you to do automation, domotics, data transmission, remote control, telemetry and much more in such a convenient and affordable way.. 
 
We have tried to make the most of our great software experience to simplify and improve the life of those who want to control or measure things from Smartphone / PC, with or without Web / Internet connection, therefore locally and / or remotely
And we've also invented clocks that can also be used as a message display!! 
SuperClock MAXII Orange 
Perhaps you have already known the VisualVision software, namely: EasyWebEditor to create websites; CDFrontEnd to create CD product catalog, multimedia, etc; HyperPublish to create hypertext / hypermedia content both on the Web and on CD; PaperKiller to make hypertexts and product manuals; EBooksWriter to create ebooks or electronic books... 
 
Our philosophy for hardware is exactly the same: smart and versatile things, well done, made to last, to serve what they should serve, and above all designed to not waste your time! All the products are designed and manufactured by us, in Italy W l’Italia! !! 
 
A quick list below, including a schematic of what they do, for the sake of brevity; just click on the "eyes" for more information, or click on the pictures to go see them more in detail ... 
All of these devices can be configured visually with a Smartphone and/or a PC / Mac / Linux (or even with a WiFi TV)
 
 
ControlHUB is a very ingenious Hub / Controller that can be used for general and home automation, with a truly great versatility considering the variety of devices that such a small, economical and low-consumption device can read and control. 
It can receive "variables" or data from sensors connected directly via wire (RS232 or ModBus industrial standard), or remotely (via WiFi or 433Mhz, from MQTT or HTTP devices or even from websites / Internet); then on the basis of conditions and/or formulas that you specify visually, it can perform actions (command relays, command wired or remote devices - such as the aforementioned, send MQTT commands or send data and commands to websites or devices that act as a website). 
Some versions can also mount a SIM card and so you can phone or send a SMS in order to trigger a Action. 
Like all our devices it is totally open, not being blocked on external clouds or proprietary systems, and can be configured via internal WiFi with a PC, Mac, Linux or smartphone through a comfortable and truly ingenious visual Web interface, usable without the need to be technicians or experts, without codes or programming. 
It is not possible to summarize all the things it can do, there are too many. Schematic example of reading / condition / action, even complex: if (variable1>25) and (variable2*variable3<2) and (time>1600) do action1[sending variable4] 
You can do simple things (such as operating a refrigeration system if a certain temperature is exceeded; turning on pumps or solenoid valves to irrigate if the ground is dry; turning off an electric fountain if the wind exceeds a certain speed or after a certain time; driving a variable speed fan more or less fast depending on the temperature ... etc) as well as much more complicated things ... 
The D versions have a large and very bright display (like DisplayRX), the Cs have an LCD display, the Ns/Ms have no display. 
DY, CY, NY, MY versions include internal relays.
 
Control HUB Controller 
 
It is a large and bright display with 4 or 8 letters/digits, with 7 segments, designed to show multiple data received from multiple sources, HTTP, MQTT and/or 433Mhz, creating its own WiFi even without the Internet, if necessary. 
The management of data/variables is very similar to that of the ControlHUB hub / Controller (which in addition to receiving data/variables from external sensors and showing them, can perform actions in relation to data and conditions, see website...). 
It can receive one or more TXdata / TXtemp / TXsoil, and one or more third-party devices operating in MQTT or HTTP, and shows the data received in rotation on the display in the order and times chosen by you (possibly also showing a label / label). 
For the data received from TXdata that are potentially of infinite variety, you can choose the type of data shown and how to obtain it from what is received (visually extracting both the classic Hex data from ModBus registers, and one or more variables from a JSON text sent as a message in an MQTT Topic). 
The 4-digit version can marry a 504 Ticino or 71304 Vimar wall box; the 8 letter / digit version is obviously more readable when there is a lot of data to show (but you can already do a lot with the cheaper 4). 
DisplayRX can be configured and read with a smartphone or PC / Mac, with just a few clicks.
 
Data Display Telemetry 
 
 
TXtemp (Standard WiFi/RF/GSM) 
Measures the temperature and transmits it in RF and/or WiFi HTTP or MQTT or via GSM/HTTP (with low consumption) 
(versions: I, E, H, TSD, V5, RF, GSM) available 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET TXtemp here... 
TXtemp is a temperature (and possibly humidity) meter and transmitter expressly designed to have low consumption and work with 4 economical AA batteries (1.5V, alkaline or Lithium); or at 5 Volts. 
It can transmit to your Web server (if you don't have it, we can provide it), being it a classic Web server or either a server included in control equipment such as ControlHUB exposed to the Web, or to any general or home automation element via HTTP or MQTT, including our SuperClock and DisplayRX  and controllers / collectors such as ControlHUB and RXTXeasy GSM GSM, all with adjustable transmission interval. 
The Standard version transmits in WiFi through HTTP / MQTT. 
The RF version has a much lower consumption - there is nothing else on the market that makes batteries last that long! - and can transmit at 433Mhz to SuperClock, DisplayRX, ControlHUB and RXTXeasy. If this version is used in tandem with a RXTXeasy placed in a place more favorable to the electrical connection, which bridges RF -> HTTP / MQTT, its low consumption can also be exploited in generic HTTP/MQTT automations with components different from ours. . 
If the temperature you want to transmit is only one, you might find it convenient TXtemp GSM which can call a script on your Web server via the GSM network (by inserting a SIM; click here for the parameters passed to the HTTP script), or ControlHUB (if exposed to the Internet). 
The I version is recommended for indoors, the E is in an IP56 box and can therefore be used in more difficult conditions. The SND version has an external temperature probe; the H version also measures humidity. 
TXtemp can be configured with a smartphone or PC / Mac, with just a few clicks, and works without the need to install an App and without having to connect to a cloud or external sites, and/or provide information to strangers.
 
Transmit Temperature WiFi MQTT 
 
TXsoil (Standard WiFi/RF/GSM) 
Measures the soil moisture (or the presence/level of water) and transmits it at low consumption in RF and/or WiFi HTTP or MQTT or via GSM / HTTP 
(versions: E, RF, GSM) available 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET TXsoil here... 
TXsoil measures and transmits the soil moisture, or the presence/level of water detected by a capacitive probe specially made by us, very resistant to corrosion, whose moisture measurement does not depend on the salinity of the soil. It is supplied in an IP56 box and normally works with 4 AA batteries (1.5V, alkaline or Lithium). It can transmit HTTP/MQTT via WiFi to multiple visualization and automation systems (including our DisplayRX, ControlHUB) and in the RF version also with a special low consumption RF transmission (received from DisplayRX, ControlHUB or RXTXeasy GSM). 
The transmission interval is adjustable. 
It also exists in GSM version, and can call a script on your Web server (by inserting a SIM; click here for the parameters passed to the HTTP script), or speak to ControlHUB (thanks to ControlHUB's internal Web server, if exposed to the Internet). 
TXsoil can be configured with a smartphone or a PC or a Mac, with a few clicks; it works without the need for an App and without having to connect to the cloud or external sites.
 
Transmit soil moisture WiFi MQTT 
 
TXdata RS232 RS485 ModBus (Standard WiFi/RF/GSM) 
Controls any ModBus or RS232 meter/probe/equipment, reads and transmits (low consumption) data in RF and / or WiFi HTTP or MQTT or via GSM/HTTP 
(versions: I, E, RF, GSM) available 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET TXdata here... 
TXdata is a low consumption transmitter that can work with 4 normal AA batteries (1.5V, alkaline or Lithium); or at 5 Volts (e.g. with mobile phone / USB charger). 
It can be connected to an RS232 device or to a ModBus bus/ModBus device (e.g. an anemometer, an energy meter, a fridge, a professional probe for measuring soil moisture, etc. - most professional probes are in ModBus standard), send it an interrogation (the Serial or ModBus command to be sent is customizable) and transmit the response. 
The measurement or any other information received from the ModBus can be sent to your Web server (real, virtual, or even a ControlHUB for example associated with a dyn dns) or through an MQTT broker to create your own generic or home automation, or it can send data to a display such as DisplayRX, to a ControlHUB controller, or to a data concentrator / collector / repeater such as RXTXeasy GSM
Transmission can take place with WiFi, 433MHz or GSM (we recommend using TXdata GSM when there is a single TXdata - otherwise, if there are multiple TXdata, TXtemp or TXsoil devices in the system, it is better to connect the various devices all to a single RXTXeasy GSM used as "repeater" - this to be able to use a single SIM and save money). 
The ModBus connection (with a terminal block with screws) as TXdata is often used as a WiFi or MQTT bridge for a ModBus device, also includes the +/- voltage to power a ModBus device (voltage to be chosen when ordering: 5, 9 or 12V). 
TXdata can be easily integrated into a generic / home automation system, both MQTT and MQTT for WiFi / GSM (parameters passed to Web script/MQTT - quick manual...). 
TXdata can be configured and read with a smartphone or PC / Mac, with just a few clicks, without the need to install App or connect to a cloud, to external sites, and/or provide information to strangers.
 
Transmit ModBus WiFi MQTT RS485 
 
RXTXeasy WiFi/MQTT/GSM 
A data concentrator repeater retransmitter for TXtemp TXsoil TXdata and more, from RF/WiFi to WiFi/MQTT/GSM 
(versions: V5, V12, V5nog) available 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET RXTXeasy here... 
RXTXeasy is a kind of RF / WiFi to WiFi / MQTT / GSM repeater; it can receive up to 16 TXtemp / TXsoil / TXdata RS485 ModBus in RF433 transmission, or 100 TXtemp / TXdata / TXsoil (or other devices that send data in a simple HTTP format) in WiFi. 
It is designed to stay on all the time, receive data from these devices, collect them in a set, and send this set periodically over the Internet via WiFi connection (via HTTP or MQTT) or GSM. 
Together with RXTXeasy there are usually several remote TXtemp / TXdata / TXsoil battery powered units that will switch ON only for short intervals (to make the measurement and transmit the reading to RXTXeasy) and a single RXTXeasy always on (therefore powered by a large battery or with mains) and which at intervals will retransmit the data to the server all together (therefore via WiFi or with only 1 GSM SIM and a single connection, in order to have the lowest possible data consumption); or alternatively you can choose more or less frequent intervals for the WiFi / MQTT retransmission. 
You can send the data to a script on your Web server and manage it as you see fit (just a Perl or Python or PHP script etc. that fetches data sent via standard CGI, makes a normal HTTP POST; manual with the format of the data sent from RXTXeasy...), or to DisplayRX or ControlHUB in the local network / WiFi or exposed to the Web. 
In addition to the Standard version (5V power supply) there is one that can be powered from 5 to 12V, and one without GSM function. 
RDTXeasy can be configured and read with a smartphone or a PC / Mac, with just a few clicks.
 
Repeater GSM MQTT WiFi 
 
 
 
(from 16€) available 
With DoorOpen it takes a few minutes to transform any electric lock into an electronic lock that can be controlled with a smartphone or a PC via WiFi even without having the Internet/WiFi. DoorOpen2 supports 2 locks. 
It can be used to give access to rented apartments, for example with AirBnB, Booking, HomeAway etc .; to provide remote access by leaving the keys inside the apartment or without having to provide keys (and therefore avoiding changing keys); or simply to remotely control a lock or gate or garage without wires, or in addition or replacing a remote control, even a coded one
It can also be connected to your home / office / etc WiFi. but basically you don't need a WiFi or Internet, since it creates its own WiFi and its own website. You connect, main page, click on the lock icon, and the door opens. 
No apps and / or connections to external clouds are required: so it can be totally secure and independent
It works both with intercoms and with garages and gates with push-button control, or also even connecting it directly with a common electric lock. It can be powered from the same power supply that powers the intercom / lock; its multi-voltage version works with normal 12V AC locks. and also with those 12V DC. or 6V AC o C.C. or 9V or any other DC or AC voltage from 5V to 12V. The opening impulse is adjustable. 
DoorOpen can also be used remotely with the most popular automation systems via MQTT or with simple HTTP - so if you have a Vocal Assistant and you know how to configure it, you can open garage, doors and gates with your voice.
 
open door gate garage with Smartphone Android Apple PC Mac 
 
(from 29€) available 
DoorSwitch is the evolution of DoorOpen (see above): a PC, a Mac, a Smartphone or a Linux system is enough to control remotely up to 2 switches or up to 2 locks / doors / garages / gates. Up to 10A, 220/240V. 
DoorSwitch is not limited to this doubling but adds the possibility of reading the status of 2 switches: two "limit switches" or of two simple switches or two photocells (limit switches can be used directly by DoorSwitch to show if a garage or gate is closed; moreover the status of the contact is transmitted in MQTT - if activated; example of application with ControlHUB or other automaction: if the garage is still open at 10 pm, a closing impulse can be given). 
It can also be connected to your home / office / etc WiFi. but basically you don't need to have a WiFi or Internet, since it creates its own WiFi and its own website. It works with a simple web-like interface that doesn't require you to install boring apps because the browser is enough (Safari or Chrome or Firefox or whatever): it displays padlocks or on-off switches to click. 
To enter you have to enter the password of his WiFi (which you decide) and it is therefore absolutely safe. 
If you want, the doors and / or switches can also be operated remotely with the most popular automation systems via MQTT or with simple HTTP
If you only need to open one door / gate / etc, see DoorOpen above.
 
open door garage gate, turn on/off lights or electric devices with Smartphone 
 
Orologio/SuperClock 
"Radio-controlled" atomic clock and temperature, always exact - and displays sentences, even for home automation! 
(versions: V5, BAT, SOUND, TXTR, MAXII) available 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET SuperClock here... 
It is a wall clock and room temperature meter of exclusive design, with large, high-brightness LED digits, which self-adjusts according to the ambient brightness. It keeps the time always accurate, like a radio-controlled clock, it is enough for this to connect it to your own WiFi (it synchronizes with a pool of atomic clocks). 
In addition to the local temperature, SuperClock can receive another temperature and possibly humidity via WiFi from a TXtemp Standard placed somewhere to detect the temperature, eg. on the outside. 
But, even though we created it more than anything for our own pleasure, SuperClock is not just a simple clock ... it can also show scrolling text and schedule periodic alarms / actions. You can control it by WiFi both with Web interface and HTTP calls, and in MQTT, and therefore with various Home Assistants or hubs for automaction
In addition to using it normally, on what is normally the clock you can send a message (eg "I will be home in 10 minutes!" or also "the garage is open!"), you can change brightness, etc. - a great convenience, as well as an effective gimmick! 
The Standard version (V5) is powered by 5V which can be obtained from USB (cable included) or from USB mobile chargers or from a 5V DC power supply. 
The BAT versions are powered by rechargeable lithium batteries (charging with micro-USB connector like mobile phones). SOUND versions can output sounds. The TXTR version can also receive the temperature (and possibly humidity) from a TXtemp RF version (very low consumption). 
It can be configured with a smartphone or a PC or a Mac, with just a few clicks, without the need to install an App or connect it to an external cloud.
 
WiFi MQTT Atomic Clock Home Automation Display Domotica 
(the functional diagram that shows the additional functions in addition to the basic "clock" is like the one drawn below for SuperClock 3D) 
 
3D-SuperClock (SuperClock per 3D) 
The first digital clock you can 3D print your own case for! 
(versions: V5) available 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET 3D-SuperClock here... 
Given the request, we decided to make available the "body", the chassis, case or as it is called of Orologio/Superclock, as a 3D model, so that anyone can print the "box" they want for the watch (then inserting our circuit). 
We remind you that it is a wall clock and an ambient temperature meter, which self-adjusts according to the ambient brightness, keeps the time always accurate (synchronizing with a pool of atomic clocks), can show outside temperature from TXtemp, can display flowing text, and it can communicate both HTTP and MQTT with various Home Assistants or hubs for automation
For this product we make available the Standard version (V5) which is powered at 5V that can be obtained from USB plugs, from USB mobile chargers or from a 5V DC power supply. 
It can be configured with a smartphone or a PC or a Mac, with just a few clicks, without the need to install the App or connect it to an external cloud.
 
Watch Display  Automation home 
 
 
It is a luminous panel with two very large, high-brightness digits, which serves to show the number of those who are entitled to be served in a queue and therefore to maintain order. You can configure and forward the number with a remote control, or through its internal WiFi (therefore with smartphone / PC / etc.); and even with HTTP or MQTT automaction. 
Supports external displays: the number can also be seen / repeated on the screen of one or more phones / tablets / computers / TVs that have WiFi, simply by connecting the device to QueueNumber WiFi; in other words, any device with WiFi can act as an additional external "monitor". Wireless and without the need for the Internet. 
In addition, if you connect it to the Internet through your WiFi router, automatically the customers or patients to be served will be able to see what the current number is even on the Web (via a QR code that can be hung nearby) and therefore if the queue is very long they can be absent for a long time and, wherever they will be, continue to know where the queue is via the Web - useful for clinics / healthcare and all those places where you have to wait hours. 
It is also usable in MQTT so if you have a good Assistant and you know how to use it, you can send forward the queue number even by voice! 
One or more QueueNumber can be put in tandem through a MultiQueue.
 
Queue number panel WiFi 
 
A MultiQueue allows you to put together several QueueNumber that are different 2-digit displays that are used to show the number of those who have the right to be served in a queue and keep the order, when the number is unique but there are for example several dispensers of a given service, and each comes forward and calls his number. 
The set required for tandem operation is made up of a MultiQueue unit that automatically communicates with the various QueueNumber units connected to it. 
You can configure and increase the number via remote controls and the internal WiFi (with a smartphone or a PC / Mac), it is not necessary to have a WiFi or the Internet, since the MultiQueue works in practice as a WiFi router for all elements. 
For example, if there are 3 displays and 3 counters, each counter will be able to increase its number (and this will happen automatically in coget it now - belowtion with the others). 
Supports external displays: the number can also be seen / repeated on the screen of one or more phones / tablets / computers / TVs that have WiFi, simply by connecting to the MultiQueue WiFi 
In addition, if you connect MultiQueue to the Internet via your WiFi, the customers or patients to be served will be able to see what the current number is also on the Web (via a QR code that you can possibly hang) and therefore if the queue is very long they can be absent and keep knowing where the queue is - very useful for clinics / healthcare or wherever you want to make long queues more bearable. 
It can also be used in MQTT for automation.
 
Queue number panels for multiple service providers box 
 
TermoEasy 
To read the consumption of radiators with central heating and MeterBus MBUS distributors 
(versions:STD, WiFi, GSM; from 149€) available [get it now] 
>>> even more INFO and/or GET it now from TermoEasy website... 
With TermoEasy it is possible to read a central heating unit / antenna for measuring the central heating, in standard Meter Bus EN 13757 (for example Siemens WTT561, WTT16, and many others) and to read the consumption of the radiators for the various apartments in a condominium - thing that it is used by the administrator to divide the costs of the condominium heating by the "consumption" part. 
The WiFi and GSM versions can read consumption automatically, periodically, eg. weekly, and make the reading available via the Internet (you log in to termoeasy.com with your username and password) so that people, even if they are away from home, can realize consumption (example of what administrator / manager sees; example for condominium) 
TermoEasy can be configured and read with a smartphone or a PC / Mac, with just a few clicks. 
It can operate on battery (simple AA alkaline) so that the installation does not require the presence of a 220V mains connection. 
It is useful for managers who want to provide the reading service at competitive prices, or for condominiums who want to "do it themselves" and save.
 
 
MBusEasy 
Read and transmit EN13757 MeterBus measurements with a device also with battery (long life) 
(versions: STD, WiFi, GSM; current offer from 79€) available [get it now] 
>>> even more INFO and/or ORDER from the MbusEasy website... 
MBusEasy can read any EN 13757 Meter Bus device (a single device such as an energy meter, light or water meter, or a master device such as an "antenna" / concentrator which acts as a bridge to other devices) and can optionally transmit the reading via Internet thanks to a WiFi connection or a GSM SIM card. You can use the login to mbuseasy.com - example of what you see here - or you can be independent and send the data to your Web server (manual of the data format sent by MBusEasy with HTTP POST). 
It can work with cheap AA batteries, so that the installation does not require the presence or the realization of a 220V mains connection; with infrequent reading intervals, the batteries last for years. 
MbusEasy can be configured and read with a smartphone or a PC / Mac, with just a few clicks.
 
 
 
pane especially for developers: 
 
(versions: RAW) available [for developers] 
It is a large 4-digit display, without box, usable for electronic projects. It is a large 7-segment 4-digit high brightness LED screen. It can display numbers and, quite well, even letters (with the obvious limitations of 7 segments; but without any effort thanks to a ready-made software library). 
In RAW version it needs 3.3V power supply (max 3.8V) and is controlled with 2 basic signals SI SCK; or if you have more GPIOs available you can also use RCK PWM (4 GPIOs at all) and have better scrolling, and variable brightness. 
Arduino / ESP library to use it available on GitHub (link with examples; easily adaptable also for Raspberry); note that the visualization is static (not multiplexed: it does not require interrupts, so it looks better and does not slow down your program). 
Several units can be cascaded (practically unlimited).
 
 
It is a 7-segment LED display with 4 or 8 large digits and high brightness
It can display both digits and sentences, even scrolling (with the limits of the 7 segments but fairly legible). 
It is set via internal WiFi and can be controlled via: WiFi / HTTP (manual for HTTP WiFi commands); WiFi / MQTT (so it can be used for automation: a hub and / or Home Assistant can use it as a display, showing numbers or even scrolling sentences; MQTT WiFi manual...) RS232 serial interface (2 wires are enough: TX, GND; serial commands manual); or it can be controlled / connected via the ModBus RS485 interface (A, B; ModBus commands manual for Display8888). 
It is available in 4 or 8 digits, without box (RAW), or in commercial or industrial box. 
It can be configured with a smartphone or a PC or a Mac, with just a few clicks, without the need to install an App. 
Requires DC 5V power supply.
 
 
It is a probe to be used to measure the soil moisture, for gardens, fields, pots, or the presence / level of water for example in tanks or other containers, wells, drinking troughs. It is capacitive, very resistant to corrosion and the humidity measurement does not depend on the salinity of the soil. It needs a constant power supply voltage between 3 and 12 Volt (absorption less than 10mA). 
It has an analog output (2KOhm output impedance) to which you will typically apply a load of 1MOhm. With power supply at 3.3V and load about 10MOhm the "dry" output (humidity 0%) is about 2.5V, when immersed in a jug of water (humidity about 100%) the output is about 1.5V.
 
 
 
 
 
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