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ESP8266 + 2 relay module + usb charger. As simple as possible two channels switcher controlled from web

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IW0HJZ wrote 03/28/2017 at 20:18 point

Hi, I build this switch time ago, and it work well. It is my first experiment in IOT so I'm happy. The question now: can  use this switch in monostable mode ( at least 1 channel) insted on/off. 

Thanks

Alberto IW0HJZ

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Jonasbechler wrote 06/29/2016 at 13:49 point

Can you Upload the code of these nice looking web site :) 

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pawelka wrote 08/10/2016 at 07:56 point

Web site is part of the code from the beginning.

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Jati4ever2005 wrote 08/31/2015 at 01:09 point

great work..

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Mike Szyndel wrote 06/06/2015 at 15:08 point

PaweĊ‚, I have a similar relay module (purchased on Allegro) and I just tried connecting it to a 3.3V chipkit max32 (an arduino mega clone). Relay seems to work perfectly well when powered and driven by 3.3V. Is it luck, are there any risks involved?

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pawelka wrote 06/06/2015 at 15:43 point

If you don't hear clicking when relay is on, then everything works as expected. Probably your chipkit GPIO pin have better current then ESP8266.

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pkedvessy wrote 04/10/2015 at 08:24 point

Hi,
I've downloaded the latest firmware from https://github.com/pawelka/esp8266/tree/master/firmware and uploaded it to my ESP8266. It starts up in softAP mode but I'm unable to connect because a password is required.

What is the default password? The SSID shows up as ESP8266...

Thanks

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pawelka wrote 06/06/2015 at 15:26 point

Sorry for delay ;-). ESP8266 have default configuration and this configuration is not erased during flash, so password is the same as previously. Depends on vendor and ESP model default password can by different. You can use second version of firmware to reset all setting including wifi password (there will be open wifi after reset).

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