ioBridge Tutorials

ioBridge Tutorials are step-by-step guides to walk you through ioBridge features and how to build ioBridge Projects.

Getting Started with ioBridge

» Sign Up, Create Widgets, and Setup ioApp for Android / iPhone

Learn how to get started with ioBridge web services by signing up for a free user account, creating widgets, and setting up ioApp for iPhone.

» Sign Up and Link an ioBridge Web Gateway to your Free Web Dashboard

Learn how to sign up for a free dashboard at and how to link an ioBridge device to your account.

» Remote Temperature Monitoring and Display

Learn how to set up your web gateway to remotely monitor temperature over the Internet and display a gauge on a web page.

» Remote Data Logging, Graphing, and Alerting

Learn how to remotely log sensor data over the internet, display results on a graph, and send email alerts using a temperature sensor as an example.

» Remotely Control a Buzzer over the Internet

Learn how to place a button in a browser to remotely control something over the Internet using a buzzer as an example.

» Local Control with an ioBridge Web Gateway

Learn how to use the Onboard Rules feature to control devices connected to a web gateway even when the web gateway is not connected to the Internet. This tutorial uses temperature readings to control a buzzer for an audible alert.

» Remotely Control a Relay over the Internet

Learn how to place an on-off button in a browser to remotely control something over the Internet using an on-off relay as an example.

» Remote Monitoring and Control over the Internet with Local Automatic Control

Learn how to remotely monitor and control something over the internet using a humidifier as an example.

» Scaling a Custom Sensor using the Expression Builder

Low to scale a custom sensor using Expression Builder functionality using an ultrasonic range sensor as an example. This example can be used to remotely monitor water or snow levels over the internet and send email alerts when the levels are too high or too low.

» Initial Setup of Wireless Endpoints with Temperature and Humidity Monitoring as an Example

Endpoints provide a way to wirelessly extend the inputs and outputs of compatible ioBridge gateways such as the Gamma Pro. Up to 16 Endpoints can be used with one compatible ioBridge web gateway. This tutorial describes how to initially configure wireless Endpoints to work with a Gamma web gateway and shows you how to monitor temperature and humidity using the built-in sensors inside the Endpoint.


Project Tutorials

» Measuring Tank, Snow or Water Levels over the Internet

Learn how to use an ultrasonic range sensor to measure range, level or tank levels or volumes over the internet and send alerts.

» Wirelessly Log and Chart Water or Snow Levels over the Internet

Use a wireless Endpoint and a Maxbotix range sensor to wirelessly log and chart water or snow levels over the Internet

» Setup a Wireless Endpoint to Control and Monitor Humidity

Use a wireless Endpoint, PowerSwitchTail and a safe heater to control and monitor humidity

» Monitoring a Pulse Output Power Meter over the Internet

Learn how to connect an ioBridge web gateway to a pulse output power meter to log and monitor power over the internet.

» Open and close your garage door over the Internet

Learn how to open and close your garage door over the Internet and watch it happen with a live video feed.


 ThingSpeak Tutorials

» Use ThingSpeak TimeControl to Schedule Control of ioBridge Widgets

Learn how to schedule control of any ioBridget Widget using ThingSpeak’s TimeControl web service