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  • Francis Pauwelyn
    July 3, 2019 4:54 pm

    I’m looking for the text of this youtube video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OfSbIFIJPuc. But I don’f find it.
    Google search Sonoff RF Bridge with Tasmota site:drzzs.com always sends me to some article about window blinds.

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  • Satyajit Mishra
    August 5, 2019 1:13 am

    Hello DrZzz. First of all I recently subscribed to your YouTube channel & I’m just amazed. I’m actually contacting you to ask for your help. I want to add WiFi/Internet functionality to my Door Access Control System (ACS). I’m using a RFID Keypad ACS, an EL2020 Electric Rim Lock & a Generic K80 12v Power Supply. I want to add a WiFi switch (Sonoff Basic) to the ACS/Power Supply, so that I can unlock the Electric Lock from eWeLink. I have basic understanding of my system’s wiring & I can connect a Push Button to my system. So how can I use a WiFi switch as a Push button? To the best of my understanding there is support for Inching in the eWeLink app (which basically turns the Sonoff On & then Off automatically). So how can I wire a Sonoff to my system & use it as a push button? I understand that the Sonoff Basic uses 240v AC & thus it can directly be used in my system. Also I’ve watched a few of your videos & to the best of my understanding the Sonoff SV uses 5~24v DC could be used in my system. So can you please help me figure it out?

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  • Hi Drzzs!
    My name is Sergey. I was playing with WLED for quite a long time and I found it that you have an interest too. I developed a PCB for Node MCU development board especially for using it with WLED. PCB will be fit in a plastic box with options for push button, IR receiver and ability to choose pin for output. All components is regular thru hole parts and widely available, easy to solder for DIY beginners. Some options can be skipped if somebody have desire not to use some feature. First batch of PCBs will come next week. If you have a time and interest to review my creation please let me know.
    Best regards and thank you for your time.
    Sergey

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  • Justin,
    I have watched your video on using the ESP controllers for pixel control. What in your experience is the maximum number of pixels that one can control? To start I am just looking at setting the strings up doing some animations, but nothing sequenced to music or anything. I understand that the ESP do run into timing/latency issues.

    I am over in Tooele

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  • Hi ,Justin your Christmas lights automation tutorial you were saying preferred to use 12volt rob string light then you were saying to use 5 volt 30amp power supply don’t you think you have to use 12 volts 30amp power supply please correct me if I misunderstood wrong your videos are great keep It up our community love to have a person like you thanks jim bala

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    • You can get 12v or 5v LEDs. The nodeMCU always needs 5v. Just make sure your Power Supply matches your LED voltage, and make sure you have 5v for the nodeMCU.

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  • Hi Dr Zzs, I was following the led light setup on youtube on node mcu with wled flashed to the node mcu, but… the lights I have came from adafruit a few years back and have 4 wires not 3 I have 5v, GND, Data and Clock https://www.adafruit.com/product/322 is it possible to get this string working with the node mcu if so what pin does clock use or am I going to have to change the led lights or change the board. ? thanks in advance

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    • You’ll probably need to get a different strip of leds. Maybe ask in the WLED discord chat. There might be a way to use those lights, but I don’t know it.

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  • Hi DRZZS, I recently used several sonoff SVs for garage door control as well as a remote gate control. The gate control runs off a 12v car batter with a 25w solar panel. I would like to know if there is a way to remotely monitor voltage on that 12v DC system to see if my batteries are holding charge as well is if my solar panel is large enough. If possible I can utilize the original sonoff or another sonoff if necessary. Any thoughts? I haven’t been able to find anywhere that shows how to do this.

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    • good question. I don’t know of a DC voltage meter on a device like this. They are all monitoring AC voltage usually. Sorry.

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  • Hello, When will the dig uno or dig quad be back in stock?

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    • I don’t know exactly. I’m waiting for a shipment. Might be a week, might be several weeks. When I know I’ll post it on the /shop/ page.
      Thanks

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  • Hey DrZzs, I’m new to your videos. Have been “binge” watching them for about a week now. Your tutorials/personal experience testimonials with the Christmas LED light shows are pretty cool and is how I found you on YouTube. I just finished watching your home tour video, very nice house. (6 kids!) Congrats bro, you and your wife have been blessed.
    Thank you for deciding to share with the world. Oh yeah, another congrats on 50,000 subscribers!
    Take care,
    Bill
    Winchester, Virginia

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