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Firstly, we have to connect the Wlan to the arduino board through TICC3000. If that’s working, then the IO pins of Arduino should be controlled via the Internet. We will have to start off by interfacing WLAN to the Arduino. Arduino Web Robotics

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Steven Reubenstone
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do you have any supportive material i can read about interfacing wlan to arduino? Karthik Kc

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Interfacing WLAN(WI-FI) to the Arduino can be done by esp8266 module. The IO pins of Arduino can be controlled via the Internet. OR esp8266(12E) module has 17 IO pins which can be used directly insted of using Ardunio.

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This is a wifi module? And what do you mean by “directly instead of Arduino”?

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yes . we can use this module’s giop pins to control other electronic devices such as relays eliminating the use of ardunio .

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Sir steven “directly instead of Arduino” means he is trying to say that he will use node mcu which is a wifi esp8266 inbuilt arduino.

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Yes that is the module
I ment the esp8266 acts as a microcontroller along with wifi. So no need of audrino or any other microcontroller system

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