A ESP8266 Controller for with 1-Wire, analog input for 10K thermistor and 3 digital outputsDesigned by Inventech, Ships from South Africa
ESP8266 based Wifi device that has been designed to support multiple functions. It provides 3 digital outputs which can be used to switch on relays, LED's, SolidState relays etc. A digital input/o...Read More…
ESP8266 based Wifi device that has been designed to support multiple functions.
It provides 3 digital outputs which can be used to switch on relays, LED's, SolidState relays etc. A digital input/output port for a 1-Wire bus for multiple sensors. A single channel analogue input configured for a 10K thermistor for temperature sensing. Designed to fit within an attractive Hammond 1593L enclosure or it can be used standalone. Power is supplied via a micro USB connector or via a pluggable 5.08mm connector and an on board voltage regulation provides for 12V operation. The design is based around a ESP8266-12 module. A 8 way pluggable 3.81mm connector allows for easy assembly or replacement of the unit.
Each unit is pre-programmed with the latest release of ESPEasy which is available (here) or our website. ESPEasy supports multiple building automation platforms out of the box e.g. Domoticz and OpenHAB.
Programmer headers are included for easy development via a suitable USB to serial converter (optional extra) ESPEasy even allows for uploading new firmware over the Wifi interface.
We designed it because we wanted to control and monitor a solar geyser, we also wanted to monitor and control our brew when crafting our beer and we needed a board that can address multiple scenarios.
It's really difficult to develop your own firmware without the schematics they are published on our website (here)
We can supply the Hammond case, but not with slots cut into the end caps. We are currently building of own CNC machine to offer this in the future.
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