@phill21 - Thank you for the interest! Would you be looking at battery powered or USB mains powered? I'm not 100% sure on the bundling options for the product as a sale at the moment. It maybe a case that i just sell the controller, two different types of sensors and all the enclosures for them all in one bundle.
Also, would you want to purchase the product all complete and assembled or would you have interest in purchasing as a kit to save a little cost? You would obviously have to do the loading of firmware onto the controller yourself, due to each controller having different features such as NODEID request and such.
@LastSamurai I just kept it running unmodified and it seems to behave better now.
I have a feeling it might be related to environmental humidity. I'll monitor it over a longer period and see if I can find a pattern.
that's exactly what i said depends on wakeup freq needed. So i agree of course .
I use some coincell with my 328p multisensors, pir onboard so i need the wdt for some tasks.
and for new coincell board i've in progress, or low power wdt.. i'm not using anymore 328p, but arm mcus
Hi, there is something similar available although without an ac712. So you can't check the percentage o the shutter.
I had one at home and it is working well. Because of the esp8266 it is directly connected to any controller using udp or MQTT or other protocols.
The only problem is the missing box. I have to admit I wouldn't put this in my wall without a proper box using AC 240 V!!!
The project you proposed is of course the most advanced. Do you think there is a smaller version available perhaps less parts on the BOM and easy to build?
Thank you very much, kduino
@bmokena - if it fits, that should be ok. This PCB is made a more generic pcb so you can add any sensor/accuator to it including a relay. Use the MysX i/o and you can controll your relay through D3 for example.