He is about 6 foot tall, light brown hair, wearing a very light green shirt and khaki pants I think. He was standing at the back of his car looking over the rail when all of a sudden he stepped over the rail. I did not see him anymore.
Itead Studio was kind enough to send me an engineer sample before holidays but I have had very few time to work on it. I should have written this post a month ago.
Out of the box If you had read me before you might know that I have critisized the eWeLink app. With every new Sonoff device I gave it a chance and the outcome was always the same.
Maybe an uncompatibility with some other service or app in my phone. At some point the problem has been addressed and I could finally test it. It works, you can discover the device, force pair mode for any of the 4 available buttons and use them.
MicroUSB and reset button. The three LEDs in the front of the device are used in the original firmware to notify radio usage redwifi connection blue and power green Short section, right. There is really not much more about it.
A sticker with a QR linking to the eWeLink user guide. Inside Opening the box is quite easy with the help of a couple of plastic opening tools. Inside the box there is a single PCB with all the components.
An 8-bit microcontroller by SiLabs that manages the radio communication. Moving the real-time encoding and decoding out of the ESP has benefits since those are very time-picky functionalities that could interfere with the WiFi communications.
You might have also noticed two quarter-wavelength wire antennae, one close to the receiver and the opposite one for transmitting. The communication is done via serial RX and TX and that could be a problem when trying to flash a new firmware.
Moving the switch to the OFF position you effectively disconnect the communication between both microcontrollers. The back of the board is empty, all the components are on the front Enough about the PCB. All you have to do is: If you are using PlatformIO recommendedjust checkouot the ESPurna repositorybrowse or open the Atom IDE on the code folder and build and flash the itead-sonoff-rfbridge environment.
From the console it would be something like: The key points in the API is that: Check my post about secure access to your IoT devices from the intenetalso with Google Home. You can sniff and store as many codes as you want or use other apps or services to send them via MQTT. Will it work with any RF device?
I have a couple of old RF switches sets at home. I have used them in the past and time has come to give them a second life.
My only guess at the moment is the timing. Sync time 2 bytes Low level time 2 bytes High level time 2 bytes Data 3 bytes So this is what a Noru message looks like: The pulses in the Avidsen look like being faster than that… but more investigation is needed here.
RF relays But apart from the Avidesen remotes all the other devices I have tested have been a success. This way ESPurna will transmit each code several times to ensure the relay has been switched, otherwise it will only transmit it once.
Overall this is an enabling device. If you are still using MHz devices at home, or if you decided to stop using them because, you know, you never find the remote when you need it, now it may be time to make them talk MQTT somewhat.Your browser is out-of-date!
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