Model: WS012GMFI22HLD-16 wall unit.
Model: RB012GMFILDFHD-16 ducted unit.
This unit does NOT have the USB-style port however you can add the “Smart Kit” from Pioneer for it which does. That kit’s $99 but includes the OSK-103 stick so you could sell that to recover a bit. Or find a less expensive way to purchase. I tried to map the 4-pin port the “Smart Kit” connects to but am insufficiently skilled for that.
Looking good with both of these. These have the USB-style receptacle with the raised edges. I used @VitalyZ’s board design and a dremel to adapt the male USB plug to fit the port. Awesome!
Edited to add Market and Year info as well as 2nd ducted unit.
I’ve been messing with this esphome setup for a couple days now. I have read up on how to get my midea ac units integrated, and I have them working. But I need to be able to control the led lights on the display. I know I don’t need to do anything to control them on the iot dongle. But how do I add the custom comfiguration. I read the documentation regarding this, but it’s vague and unhelpful. Everyone assumes you just know where and how to add this stuff to the configuration yaml and they give you an “example” to go by. But do I need to rename anything or what? I’ve tried adding the example verbatim but it’s no use. I don’t need all the extra garbage in the example either just the switch to turn off the led.
I don’t think this is the wrong topic as this is the esp home component thread. That and I don’t think it’s necessary to add the or transmitter gpio either as the original dongle allowed for the led to be controlled from the app over cloud. My question was more about where I’m supposed to add the switch inclusion to. Is it added to the main config yaml or do I need to add it to each of the units separately in the yamls used by esphome?
That kinda defeats the purpose of having a community forum. The other post is more about hardware modding and such. I’m asking questions about stuff that’s been gone over in this post already. Why even make a forum post if you don’t want people to interact with it? Why isn’t it a locked thread? Why am I having this conversation with you instead of getting the information I asked for?
@wbarber69 Don’t get me wrong… but read the 1st topic of this thread please…this thread is NOT the technical support thread, this is a list for the models supported by the main thread only…
And since me nor @paddy0174 are moderators, neither one of us can lock this thread…
Thanks so much for this! Works on my Pioneer WS009GMFI17HLD.The thermostat for this unit is horrible about staying reasonably close to the set temperature, and this made it so I could automate my own thermostat! Life is much better
Basically any A/C that can take in OSK103 (or newer OSK105) will work with midea-ac & esphome.
For ESP-Module Dongle info: https://github.com/dudanov/iot-uni-dongle (On photo my module based on iot-uni-dongle circuit)