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BRUH DIY Multisensor

#691

So I also used the BRUH automation script as a base for my sensors. I ended up hiding it a little differently though. I built this out of some steel I had around. I hid the node in the head, sensors mount on the sides of his head. Not done yet, but working on it.

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#692

Any one else getting this error?
Invalid config for [light.mqtt]:[flash] is an invalid option for [light.mqtt].

Any ideas on how to fix it? Im getting the same error on my BRUH led strip

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#693

I had that with 0.87.0 so I just removed it from the MQTT config. Per the docs flashing is not supported with the light MQTT schema.

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#694

Cheers. I did just comment it out and it seemed ok.

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#695

I set this up last saturday with esphome and it was super easy. Took me around 10 minutes after i understand what to do.
I also had trouble with a lot of my zigbee2mqtt devices and ended up deleting them and used mqtt autodicovery to add them again.

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#696

Hi everyone, i find the Bruh pir sensor is very short range, so i wonder if the RCWL-0516 radar motion sensor will work with this build?

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#697

i’ve ordered the components for this project except the enclosure. I think i’ll try my luck with a pringles enclosure and see how it goes.
Are still BRUH’s instructions valid or is there any updated version (or better alternatives) for hassio?

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#699

Hey, just built this project, but before I add it to HA, I’m wondering: is there any way to make it work with HA auto discovery? Autodiscovery works perfectly with my Tasmota-flashed sonoffs, I’d love to do the same with these.

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#700

Or, for that matter, can I just flash it with Tasmota? That’d be ideal. If so, what’s the procedure (can it be done OTA?) and configuration needed?

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#701

Use https://esphome.io for this. Works great!

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#702

There even is a recipe for Bruh’s multisensor

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