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  1. Hello, I have Sonoff temperature/humidity sensor flashed with Tasmota. I'm able to pull temperature into HC3 quickapp variable using MQTT broker. The problem is, that I can not use that temperature in the HC3's Climate zone as reference temperature sensor for my zone (i can choose only from zwave devices). Is there any solution for that? Thank you Max
  2. Flashing with Tasmota Software ESPEasy • Download here https://github.com/letscontrolit/ESPEasy/releases • I used ESPEasy_mega-20190406.zip from the Assets list • Download and extract to folder • Running FlashESP8266.exe will display the simple UI Toasmota bin file • Tasmota Wiki page - https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota/wiki/Shelly-1-and-2 • Download here http://thehackbox.org/tasmota/release/ • Get latest Sonoff.bin file (I used 6.5.0) • Drop into same folder as ESPEasy and it shows up in Firmware drop down list Hardware Lots of diagrams on web to connect so won’t post more here My setup is breadboard, FTDI232 (USB to serial adapter) & some connectors (notice floating lead for GOPI0 Connect Shelly1, Connect GPIO0 to gnd (TX-RX cross connected) and connect FTDI232 to PC. (DO NOT CONNECT ANY MAINS POWER-IF NOT SURE THEN STOP NOW) Launch ESPEasy, select sonoff.bin and correct COM port and Flash. It should take <30 seconds. Disconnect from PC, disconnect GPIO) lead and reconnect to PC to power back on. Use phone to connect to Shelly1 hotspot (normally SSID something like sonoff-1254), add your SSID and PW in Configuration-Configure Wifi. Slect Shelly 1 (46) in Configuration-Configure Module and do the same in Configure-Template (for Based on dropdown) Save as you go and reboot at end. Connect to Web Interface at device IP address and browser. You can use Fing or Advanced IP Scanner to find IP address. It will show up as Sonoff-xxxx Hostname Install Shelly1 Module Use of the many wiring diagrams available and install safely. I 3D printed some DIN rail holders as some of mine are in a consumer unit – Either of these should work • https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2319771 • https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2885596 Shelly1 is approx. same size as Fibaro Relay device HC2 Integration • Import VD, add Port 80 and your device IP Address (web as no MQTT support) • Simple code here. I used a global to track status of switch so I can check/trigger from it. VD main loop lines 12 and 16 control this. Modify/Comment out as required BenchLights.vfib I also created a VD that uses a hometable entry to track the IP address as my collection of wifi devices are growing Hometable entry I use is as follows sonoff = {hallLamp=93, extFanMain=106, extFanMaster=145, extFanLauren==127, livingLamp1=223, livLamp2=263, elecBlanket=140, projRFcommand=104, cabinetTall=141, cabinetShort=142, kitCounter1=143. kitCounter2=144. kitCounter3=145, ustairsLight=146, protoBasic1=150,protoBasic2=152,protoBasic3=153,protoBasic4=154, }, shelly = {garageBench=221, garageCeiling=222, dustColl100=125, dustColl50=126, pizzaRGB=201 }, VD using hometable entry CeilingLight.vfib Bench_Lights.vfib Ceiling_Lights.vfib
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