Thanks for the response and the example, this is very useful.
I was just recently linked ( today in fact) to your project. I have to say as a hardware guy with little to know programming knowledge, this is pretty exciting. In the linked discussion I mentioned finding an ESP32 with a camera module for cheap. I was wanting to use it in a Sensor node project similar to the Bruh version you have exampled on your site. The main difference with a streaming video functionality. Any plans on adding camera/video streaming support to your project?
Ill also throw in how I would like the added PWM functionality added as well
Thanks for the example!
I tried this with generic MG 946R servo. With this servo I used idle position 0% and limits 3.5% to 12.5%.
Nevermind, it seems to work again after another upload.
I’ve strange problem with esphome.
I’ve uploaded a configuration to a Wemos d1 mini.
It worked flawless the first time…
now the board works and I can upload new configuration both via usb that via Ota but I get an error when I try to see the logs.
INFO Reading configuration... Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/esphomeyaml", line 11, in <module> load_entry_point('esphomeyaml', 'console_scripts', 'esphomeyaml')() File "/opt/esphomeyaml/esphomeyaml/__main__.py", line 505, in main return run_esphomeyaml(sys.argv) File "/opt/esphomeyaml/esphomeyaml/__main__.py", line 495, in run_esphomeyaml return POST_CONFIG_ACTIONS[args.command](args, config) File "/opt/esphomeyaml/esphomeyaml/__main__.py", line 297, in command_logs return show_logs(config, args, port) File "/opt/esphomeyaml/esphomeyaml/__main__.py", line 224, in show_logs raise ValueError ValueError
Thanks for any hint
Im tryng to make the servo move with a potentiometer
This only retuns four values 0, 3, 9 and 12
What am i doing wrong?