I am using Esphomelib with a variety of scope in my current setup and I can only thanks Otto for the great job creating something extremely easy and fast to setup even for someone who has limited HW/SW skills and not much time available to dedicate.
Currently I am looking to build a NodeMCU ESP32 based project with 7 light sensor: aim is to stick these sensors to an external water pump controller to report pump/alarm status (i.e. there are 7 big lights on the controller I would like to know when they are on or off).
Esphomelib integrates support for TCS34725 which is an RGB light sensor (a bit of overkill for my setup) but cheap enough.
I was wondering if I could (and how) wire 7 of them to a single NodeMCU ESP32 board or should I think to something simpler like a photoresistor?
in the latter case it is not clear to me how to setup, with esphomelib, the acquisition of a photoresistor (while I found different tutorial about how to wire it)
Can anyone provide some advice?