This project shows how to use Fitbit watch to control IO on Raspberry Pi. This project had been developed on Fitbit ionic. But it should work on any Fitbit watch with FItbit OS installed. We can control both digital and analog port by using pigpio and web socket library which running on RPi. This project support 10 IO ports on RPI Port 1-5 are set for Digital port which can only on/off. Port 6 -10 are set for Analog port. Users can send increase or decrease value for Analog port. In this project, we demonstrate analog port by using servo. Please note that analog value will vary depend on analog devices.
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