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Homebridge-Tasmota-TS

"accessories": [ { "accessory": "Tasmota-TS", "name": "WLan socket 1", "device": "SMAHO WiFi Plug", "ip": "10.0.0.100", "updateInterval": 30000, "debugMsgLog": 1, "type": "switch" }, { "accessory": "Tasmota-TS", "name": "WLan socket 2", "device": "Gosund SP111 A V1.1", "ip": "10.0.0.101", "user": "admin", "password": "12345", "updateInterval": 30000, "debugMsgLog": 1, "type": "switch" } ]

The plugin that this one is based on: Homebridge-Logo-TS.
You can also view the full list of supported HomeKit Services and Characteristics in the HAP-NodeJS protocol repository.

Test Homebridge-Tasmota-TS

  1. Download or clone Homebridge-Tasmota-TS.
  2. Install:
  3. Build:
  4. Run:

Flash Tasmota Firmware

  • Firmware Binary
  • NodeMCU-PyFlasher
  • Tasmota Firmware Wiki
  • Power Monitoring
  • Gosund SP111 A V1.1 - Tasmota Config:
  • SMAHO WiFi Plug - Tasmota Config:
  • Set Voltage: [in Volt]
  • Set CurrentSet: [in milli Amper]
  • Set Power: [in Watt]
  • Disable status LED blinking during Wi-Fi and MQTT connection problems:
Sours: https://github.com/Sinclair81/Homebridge-Tasmota-TS

 


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Especially in 2021 there really aren't many devices that you can flash over the air with Tuya Convert.  The Gosund Smart Outlet is one of them. Features:

  • Dual Outlets
  • Dual Buttons
  • Dual Relays
  • Dual Relay Status LEDs
  • Single channel dual Link LEDs
  • ESP8285 for Tasmota!
  • Power monitoring (both outlets combined into a single channel)

(take note iTead Sonoff!)  

Even if you decided to flash it OTA, having that backup option for recovery is an awesome thing since the pads are pretty easy to get to with a Torx bit (no glue or breaking anything!)  

One oddity with this outlet are the buttons.  Instead of using the available GPIO pins on the ESP chip they tied them to the analog input on the ESP and the buttons pull down the A0 pin with two different resistor values.  No, pushing both doesn't combine them, it just follows the least path of resistance of course.  Don't just snag the template below and run, you need the Rule to control them!  

After you flash your device and configure it to your WiFi go to the console and issue the following commands:

template {"NAME":"Gosound Outlet","GPIO":[320,0,576,0,2656,2720,0,0,2624,321,225,224,0,4704],"FLAG":0,"BASE":18}

rule1 on analog#a0<400 do power2 toggle break on analog#a0<800 do power1 toggle break endon

rule1 1

module 0

Give Tasmota a few seconds as the device will reboot to activate the template.  Go to the Tasmota main menu and you should see something similar to the following:

Don't forget to setup your MQTT.  I usually use an incandescent 60w light bulb to do my power monitoring calibrations, this one was pretty close and I just had to set the voltage using the "voltageset" command.  More details on power monitoring calibrations here in this video starting at the 16:55 mark.

Enjoy! 

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Sours: https://www.digiblur.com/2021/03/gosund-wo1-smart-outlet-power.html
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Over The Air Tasmota & Gosund WP5 Plugs

I just tried to flash 12 of these. 11 worked without issue and one of them seems to have been bricked like OP mentioned. I don’t know any of the following for sure but from watching the behavior of these devices here’s my observations and a guess about what’s going on.

When you plug in these devices from the factory they immediately go into the fast-flashing upload mode. I think I received two batches of devices. Some behaved “normally” and let me download a backup firmware, but others seemed to have no firmware factory installed - or at least the backup link would hang forever, but the device could be successfully flashed. In the case of these latter devices once you attempt any firmware update the device never goes back into the original factory state. The device that was bricked was the only one where the upload of the ‘temporary/intermediate’ firmware failed. In other cases, if that firmware was uploaded successfully the device would boot the temporary firmware after a powercycle.

So it seems like somehow the intermediate firmware is written to the device, and if that fails there’s no mechanism to get the device back into it’s programmable state. I assume if I were to open up my bricked device I’d be able to program from the serial pins, if I’m able to locate them. Not sure I’ve got the time to try it given that I’ll probably destroy the case if I open it, but maybe someone familiar with tuya-convert could take these observations to make a clearer diagnosis of what’s happening.

Sours: https://community.home-assistant.io/t/over-the-air-tasmota-gosund-wp5-plugs/229997

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Gosund SP111 A V1.1

Control your WLan sockets that are flashed with the Tasmota firmware.

Type of Accessory:

Installation

  1. Install homebridge using:
  2. Install homebridge-config-ui-x using:
  3. Update your configuration file with this guide: smartapfel.de
  4. Install homebridge-tasmota-ts using: homebridge-config-ui-x's Webserver (Homebridge must be started with sudo for the installation.)
  5. Update your configuration file with code like the sample below

Homebridge-Tasmota-TS Main Configuration Parameters

NameValueRequiredNotes
"Tasmota-TS"yesMust be set to "Tasmota-TS".
(custom)yesName of accessory that will appear in homekit app.
"Generic"noA Device String e.g. "Gosund SP111 A V1.1" or "SMAHO WiFi Plug"
"10.0.0.100"yesMust be set to the IP of your Tasmota Device.
"none"noMust be set to the WebUsername - default WebUsername = .
"none"noMust be set to the WebPassword .
0noAuto Update Interval in milliseconds, 0 = Off
0no1 - Displays messages of accessories in the log.
"switch"yesType of Accessory: "switch"
"accessories": [ { "accessory": "Tasmota-TS", "name": "WLan socket 1", "device": "SMAHO WiFi Plug", "ip": "10.0.0.100", "updateInterval": 30000, "debugMsgLog": 1, "type": "switch" }, { "accessory": "Tasmota-TS", "name": "WLan socket 2", "device": "Gosund SP111 A V1.1", "ip": "10.0.0.101", "user": "admin", "password": "12345", "updateInterval": 30000, "debugMsgLog": 1, "type": "switch" } ]

The plugin that this one is based on: Homebridge-Logo-TS.
You can also view the full list of supported HomeKit Services and Characteristics in the HAP-NodeJS protocol repository.

Test Homebridge-Tasmota-TS

  1. Download or clone Homebridge-Tasmota-TS.
  2. Install:
  3. Build:
  4. Run:

Flash Tasmota Firmware

  • Firmware Binary
  • NodeMCU-PyFlasher
  • Tasmota Firmware Wiki
  • Power Monitoring
  • Gosund SP111 A V1.1 - Tasmota Config:
  • SMAHO WiFi Plug - Tasmota Config:
  • Set Voltage: [in Volt]
  • Set CurrentSet: [in milli Amper]
  • Set Power: [in Watt]
  • Disable status LED blinking during Wi-Fi and MQTT connection problems:
Sours: https://www.npmjs.com/package/homebridge-tasmota-ts

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