I would like to know more about your project. Since the product is intelligent, would it be possible to add monitoring and feedback to the project? Perhaps the status could be shown on a mobile phone or some web site?
This is not a super exciting project, but I need to add a keypad module. I would like to know which type to use:IoT or Mobile phones. I would need a keypad module, so there is only one 4-digit number pad available exept for press buttons.
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