Does anyone know a nodemcu board that works by just plugging it in a raspberry pi 3? Mine don’t show up, even after restarting the add-on.
Just finised some tests with a nodemcuv2: no problem. However I’m using the command line/dashboard version.
I’ve successfully used NodeMCU and D1 mini.
Had to switch USB cable though, using the first one the units didn’t show up.
Anywhere you like. Running
esphomeyaml livingroom.yaml wizard causes a esphomeyaml configuration file called
livingroom.yaml to be created in the folder you are currently in. My suggestion is creating a
esphomeyaml folder under the folder where you have your Home Assistant configuration and storing all esphomeyaml configurations there.
So typical, literally been trying to upload to a board for weeks and the second I post about it it works. So disregard my previous message, thanks for the replies!
When typing this into the putty console it gives an error. So this is not where I should run it?
found it I ran python2 -m esphomeyaml livingroom.yaml wizard in the shell. without python2 it did not recognize the command.
Works like a charm @OttoWinter Thank you
- Replaced USB data cable
- Restarted esphomeyaml addon
- RPi USB port is now detected
- Add sensors from https://esphomelib.com/esphomeyaml/cookbook/bruh.html to livingroom.yaml
- From dashboard, Validate then Upload firmware with actual IP address of RPi running mosquitto (“core-mosquitto” did not work)
- @bruhautomation multisensors magically appears in entities tab
Having ordered a dozen Wemos boards plus some goodies a little over a week ago, and reading up on how to work with the ESP8266 boards, this add-on could not have come on a better moment! Having gone through all documentation I am really impressed Otto with what you created here.
As I have also ordered a dozen of SHT30 shields, I will test those and let you know how that works out.
For the SHT: Mine arrived two days ago and I fixed a minor bug. The fix is only in the latest dev version right now though: https://esphomelib.com/esphomeyaml/guides/faq.html#how-do-i-use-the-latest-bleeding-edge-version
Hi, I do have a bunch of Sonoff POW with its original firmware (no Tasmota) will this component work or not?
I’ve gotten the relay to turn on/off and the blue LED to turn on/off on a Sonoff Pow with the following setup. The energy sensor doesn’t work - esphomelib doesn’t yet have support for the HLW8012 chip the Pow uses. The Pow R2 uses a different energy sensor that also does not have support in esphomelib yet.
esphomeyaml: name: tv_outlet platform: ESP8266 board: esp01_1m board_flash_mode: dout wifi: ssid: 'xxxx' password: 'xxxx' mqtt: broker: 'xxxx' username: 'xxxx' password: 'xxxx' logger: ota: binary_sensor: - platform: gpio id: tv_outlet_button pin: number: GPIO0 mode: INPUT_PULLUP inverted: True name: "TV Outlet Button" on_press: then: - switch.toggle: id: tv_outlet_relay - platform: status id: tv_outlet_status name: "TV Outlet Status" switch: - platform: gpio id: tv_outlet_relay name: "TV Outlet Relay" pin: GPIO12 output: - platform: gpio id: basic_blue_led pin: GPIO15 light: - platform: binary id: tv_outlet_blue_led name: "TV Outlet Basic Blue LED" output: basic_blue_led
Does this only work with HassIO? I am using Hassbian.
In Hassbian this would be something like:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install python python-pip python-setuptools pip install esphomeyaml # Use dashboard esphomeyaml <FOLDER_YOU_WANT_TO_STORE_CONFIGURATIONS_IN> dashboard # Use command line esphomeyaml livingroom.yaml wizard
Apparently this was just released:
It would be really awesome if esphomlib could support it.
I’d send a Sonoff Pow to @OttoWinter or anyone else (assuming they are in the US, don’t really want to have to deal with international shipping) if they can get support merged into esphomelib.
I can send a POW from Europe
This is just flashing it with different firmware to tasmota etc, as with all the other times you’ve asked… No flash, no fun
That might just be able to be arranged…