ESP Easy is a firmware for ESP8266 WiFi modules that allows anybody to create small objects connected without any programming. ESPEasy can be installed directly from the Arduino IDE from source code or by using a small program (only available on Windows). Easy ESP features a mini web server to configure the remote module. Numerous sensors are supported: DS18B20 / DHT11 / DHT22 (temperature and humidity) TCR5000 (pulse counter) BMP085 / BMP280 / BME280 (digital barometer) BH1750 (brightness), Wiegand / PN532 (RFID), HC-SR05 (distance), IR, ADS1115 (4 analog inputs 16-bit I2C) INA219 (current measurement) … and actuators (relays, lEDs, power, PWM …). ESP also integrated Easy (from R120 view) a script editor that can create small scenarios, transforming the ESP8266 mini server independent Home Automation!
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Today I present a tutorial that was proposed to me by Bernard, a reader of DIY Projects. In this tutorial, Bernard explains how he hacked the ESP8266 from a connected SONOFF S20 ...
ESP Easy is very easy to flash on Windows using the installation utility contained in the project repository. If you are a Linux user (PC, Raspberry Pi, Orange PI ...) or macOS, it will ...READ MORE +
ESP Easy is an open source firmware that allows to program ESP8266 modules without any line of code (official page of the project). ESP Easy has evolved a lot since the 78 version ...READ MORE +
ESP Easy is very easy to flash on Windows using the installation utility contained in the project repository. If you are a Linux user (PC, Raspberry Pi, Orange PI ...) or macOS, it will be necessary ...READ MORE +
In the previous tutorial we saw how to create a remote display for the Jeedom home server using an OLED screen configured with the ESP Easy firmware. Impossible not to explain how to do ...READ MORE +
ESP Easy integrates several default communication protocols, several based on MQTT (Domoticz MQTT, OpenHAB MQTT and PiDome MQTT). These protocols are very focused "home automation servers". If you ...READ MORE +
Here is another example of applying ESP Easy Rules that will allow us to create a mini thermostat connected 100% DIY. For example, you can use this Rule to increase or decrease the thermostat ...READ MORE +
Wemos offers a wide range of expansion cards (Shield) for the D1 Mini. They are grouped in this article of presentation as they are released. In this quick tutorial, we will discover how to assemble ...READ MORE +
In the previous tutorial we saw how to integrate small Wi-Fi connected objects in Jeedom (retrieve data and send commands) using the ESP Easy framework for ESP8266 modules. In this tutorial, we will ...READ MORE +
In the previous tutorial we saw how to customize the ESP Easy firmware from Playground plugins, the sandbox that allows any developer to offer add-ons. I am currently preparing a small project to ...READ MORE +