Australia - Electrically Certified Hardware

I can’t get mine open, but can you tell from IamDan’s photos above?

**On the plus side I got the Proxmox TuyaConvert2 script working and managed to flash a Brilliant 3-point plug :slight_smile:

Not sure if this has been posted but Harvey Norman are exclusive resellers for a new brand called Connect SmartHome

http://www.connectsmarthome.com.au/

Looks like they maybe using another reiteration of the Tuya Platform
And no doubt has the HN high mark up prices

Looks like someone has got them flashed successfully.

https://blakadder.github.io/templates/brilliant_2070206.html

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From the look of the photos @IamDan posted earlier in this thread, it is this SOC, which is an esp8266 https://smartpets.en.made-in-china.com/product/bBLnoemMgVrR/China-Rtl8710bn-Tuya-Wr3-WiFi-Smart-Product-Module-Develop.html

Same part number (P/N), different model, but isn’t all tuya stuff esp based?

(assume you are referring to these pics Australia - Electrically Certified Hardware )

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The IR blaster they have looks identical to the YTF one (HERE), will be interested to see what the HN markup is. When they can’t sell them for $50 each, they will have a fire sale and get rid of them for $15 in 6-12 mths, so best to wait and see I think.

The 3-gang light switch looks identical to the Zemismart switch listed on the Tasmota page. IE:


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Tuya Christmas lights are in at your local kmart!

They also have vintage style wifi globes (but I can’t get mine to work) and E14 size candle style bulbs !

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Flashed with ESPhome yet…? :laughing:

No vintage style at the one near my parents (Marion SA) :frowning_face:

Was hoping to get some for bedside lamps, the Hue Ambiance at 1% is still a tad bright sometimes.

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Ill probably pickup a few different things in the coming weeks to toy with hahahaa

Im curious how they did the laser thing, is it just a relay over the mains? lol

If it’s a standard Tuya chipset I wonder why TuyaConvert 2 doesn’t work for these…

I use Stafford Bunnings too

So you’re the one stealing all the plugs so they never have them in stock when I want them :sweat_smile:

I was actually there yesterday tying to find one of these to get for my bathroom, and flash with Tasmota.

The site shows them in-stock, but what a surprise, they didn’t have any.

:joy: not me still looking for things. You should come over for an beer on day

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What you on about @kanga_who, You probably have more stock of brilliant smart sockets than Bunnings

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Yeah but none in saleable condition! All flashed with strange firmware…

… and strange teeth marks where they have been prised open.

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I don’t know what you’re on about. I only have this many spare, I need to get some more.

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Mate, when the zombie apocalypse comes, i don’t think your gonna need that many smart plugs.

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I dunno, this whole HA thing is kinda Mad Max-ish. Hacking stuff together,.

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