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Send SMS from HCL3


Martijn_2M
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Hi everyone,


The diesel heater on board my boat/home is controllable by either a panel or sms / textmessage interface. I am looking for a reliable way to interface HCL3 scenes with SMS so I can control the heater automatically. Who has a good idea about this?

 

this is part of my smart-boat project, navimotics .. as we live on board , no reason not to do home automation ??

 

Thanks,

Martijn

 

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@Martijn_2M

Hi,...
Sending an SMS will be relatively simple - that is the principle.
once (10 years old) I did it on serial communication with the TC35i GSM modem.
Use the well-defined AT display to set up the modem (and you don't even need to receive any checksums or reports from the modem). about 10 AT displays are sent, which set up the communication, the recipient for the sms or ringing and the actual text of the sms.

The equipment itself will then include a GSM modem, iTach with RS232.

..... and then only a lot of time to create a QA.

Maybe some finished product with API could be used, to which you just send a string for text and recipient.
I'm sure someone will make something.

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You have several options.
1) commercial solutions for example:

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With API: 

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2) DYI solutions:

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Suitable implementation here:

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