RF protocol development

FreeTec Poolthermometer 433 MHz

Hi,
i find it with the search-funktion and it works (hardwarechanel 1). Thx.

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{ "class": "HomeduinoRFWeatherStation", "protocols": [ { "name": "weather20", "options": { "channel": 1, "id": 2318 } } ], "values": [ "temperature" ], "xAttributeOptions": [], "id": "id-freetec-pt-250-variant-weather", "name": "🌡️ Poolthermometer" }

Okay, i clear the humidity.
By and thank you.

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Plugin development
New Plugin - [pimatic-raspbee]

@quotschmacher
i’ve never noticed that before. :) but i can change the gradient.

a group can also contain RGB bulbs,
so I created the group with full color selector.
the easiest way will be to add an option to disable the selector.

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ESP8266 development

Pimatic mit ESP8266 - NodeMCU oder ESP-01

Hello,
I’m just using tasmota right now. I have tried Espeasy. I had it on a NodeMCU for some time to control a display with ws2812. Unfortunately some of the LEDs flash uncontrolled. Maybe the problem was not EspEasy. I’ve made some changes to the circuit since then. Now the display works without problems with tasmota 6.5. Otherwise I have tasmota on all devices, from version 5.11 to 6.5.
On about 10 devices. The handling is the same everywhere. I find it easier this way.
As long as I don’t need any of the sensors that espeasy supports, I will probably stay with tasmota. Furthermore, I have a quick overview of all devices with the tasmota device manager (TDM) . The TDM even shows devices that are in the subnetwork.

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Share your MySensors project
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@szybki946 you need to define a radio in your sketch…

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