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SST - ESP8266 Smart Thermostat WiFi IoT ready

SST - ESP8266 WiFi Smart Thermostat based on Souliss IoT Framework

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ESP8266 WiFi Smart Thermostat based on Souliss IoT Framework is a "smart thermostat" wifi ready. You can control from SoulissApp or (in the next release) via dedicated webserver.
This project is born to replace standard thermostat or cronothermostat in your house.
You can choose to use it as stand-alone smart thermostat or if you want to use IoT Souliss framework to automate your house, this thermostat is Souliss-ready.
Relevant function:
-DHT22 realtime measurement, temperature & humidity
-n°2 layout, you can select it by menù
-NTP clock, you can adjust your UTC by menù
-CRONO function, you can select between 4 diffrent setpoint(adjustable by menù),for every 1/2hour,for every day
-OTA, now you can upload your SST over the air
-3D model, you can print by yourself support and cover for SST
-Remote nodes(relè or sensor), you can command or read remote nodes(ex. relè on your furnace,or temperature form other rooms)

https://github.com/mcbittech/souliss-smart-thermostat-WiFi

for Souliss side:

n°1 Typical 31 : Temperature control with cooling and heating mode, on slot 0
n°1 Typical 52 : Temperature measure (-20, +50) °C, on slot 5
n°1 Typical 53 : Humidity measure (0, 100) %, on slot 7
n°1 Typical 19 : Single Color LED Strip, used for backlight dimming, on slot 9
n°1 Typical 11 : ON/OFF Digital Output,used only on software side for AWAY function, on slot 11

for functionality side you have:
-n°2 layout, you can select it by menù
-NTP clock, you can adjust your UTC by menù
-CRONO function, you can select between 4 diffrent setpoint(adjustable by menù),for every 1/2hour,for every day
-Copy/Paste function of day selected, in other day/days
-Save all data, crono & preferences in eeprom/flash(first boot,data will be taken from preferences.h)

-3D model, you can print by yourself support and cover for SST

-crono data moved from eeprom to spiffs json file to improve stability and data exchange to future webserver
-OTA, now you can upload your SST over the air
-Publish & Subscribe for remote node (ex. for a remote relay node or other, like remote sensors to display on topics page)
-added e06_ESP_SST_RemoteHeatingRelay example for remote relay node
-new topics page for layout1 if enabled
-topics in homepage fo layout2 if enabled
-child lock with longpress on encoder button
-deadband & hysteresis configurable insketch

IDE and library:
-moved to last ESP core (now @ 2.3.0 STABLE)
-moved to last Arduino IDE (now @ 1.6.12)
-moved to last Souliss Framework (now @ 7.2 beta1)

bug correction:
-DHT22 reinit if NaN is retrieved
-NTP reinit if there isn't correct response from NTP server
-chrono crash correction(in some case MCU reboot during navigation of crono)
-bugfix for timezone and daylightsaving

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  • 1 × Olimex ESP8266-EVB
  • 1 × ILI9341 with SPI connection, via UEXT connector
  • 1 × Rotary Encoder with pushbutton & status LED
  • 1 × DHT22 Temperature & Humidity Sensor

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    Step 1
    HOW TO COMPILE AND LOAD SKETCH ON YOUR SST in 8 steps
    tested on Windows10 with Arduino IDE 1.6.10 & 1.6.11 on 21-09-16 by mcbittech
    this guide require about 15min
    • In File-->Preferences-->Additional Boards Manager URLs inserthttp://arduino.esp8266.com/stable/package_esp8266com_index.json
    • In Tools-->Board-->Board Manager search for esp8266 and install the latest core, actually 2.3.0
    • Clone or Download SST-WiFi Smart Thermostat
    • Copy all the libraries in Libraries-Core-Docs/libraries/ to your Arduino libraries folder (generally ...Documents\Arduino\libraries)
    • Clone or Download Souliss Framework
    • Unzip it to your Arduino libraries folder (generally ...Documents\Arduino\libraries)
    • Open SST sketch, set your board parameter to:
      • Board -->Olimex MOD-WIFI-ESP8266(-DEV)
      • CPU Frequency --> 160 Mhz
      • Upload Speed --> as you prefer or your board require(default 115200)
      • Port --> COM port where your SST is connected
    • Reboot your SST with pushbutton pressed (GPIO 0 to ground at boot)
    • Now compile your sketch,upload & enjoy your SST! :-)

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Flavio wrote 03/21/2017 at 07:16 point

@Dr. Fragle & MrShark & @svitky, have you solved? if yes, can you explain your behaviour and your action to solve this problem for other people?

Thanks, 

Flavio

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dr.ramankumar wrote 03/06/2017 at 18:21 point

Hello this is cool project. Will this also work with SoulissApp? 

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Flavio wrote 03/21/2017 at 07:11 point

Hello, it works with SoulissApp and with OpenHab!

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svitky wrote 01/28/2017 at 15:06 point

I forgot to say thanks, the project is awesome.

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svitky wrote 01/28/2017 at 15:04 point

Hi, I dont know if this is still life,...

I bought a display that is not working with ucglib (I can see something, light gray, on a display but not even close to the stuff that should be there...)

has anybody tried to rewrite the project so it works with Adafruit_GFX library

when I test the display according http://nailbuster.com/?page_id=341

thanks

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Flavio wrote 01/31/2017 at 22:39 point

H svitky,

I'm sorry, but SST are designed around ucglib!
So,there is a misunderstanding I think...
You say that your display work with Adafruit ILI9341, and this is the right display for SST!
Post your display type please....

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svitky wrote 02/01/2017 at 07:18 point

Hi Flavio. Yes, I have the example of adafruit_ili9341 library running. but ucglib no, even after setting correct CD/CS pins...in config. After flashing SST there is a light gray movement on the display, so it is not completely dead.. but not the pitcture that should be there.

that is the display I bought.

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/J34-F85-Free-Shipping-2-8-240x320-SPI-TFT-LCD-Serial-Port-Module-PCB-Adapter-Micro/32602444645.html?spm=2114.13010608.0.0.ufAqJj

If it is a problem, and I think(with my none programming skills) it wont be that easy to adjust it, dont worry about me, just send me a link of the display You are using.

thanks for Your time.

peter

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Dr. Fragle & MrShark wrote 02/04/2017 at 18:59 point

hi

i've a similar display of the one of Svitky, with the exact same behaviour... just a little flickering on start, then nothing, all black... checked connections many times, with no luck... tried even to leave only the display, removing dht22, encoder and led (my encoder has no built-in one... where did you find that with led???), same behaviour... thanks in advance

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Just4Fun wrote 01/01/2017 at 19:20 point

Awesome (E' uno spettacolo...)! :)

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Flavio wrote 01/01/2017 at 20:22 point

Thanks so much!(grazie mille!)

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