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Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply. However, I must have missed something. Signal from multiplexor goes to the PLL. You can disable this behaviour by defining: I eventually ended up with a PCB which is about 4 by 4.
I’ve just thought about little node that could be mounted in almost datwsheet room, and be barely visible. It will probably make the board bigger, more so if we support 3-way switches see above commentbut it will be very versatile, especially for 4-way switches see http: What changes adding this? I would consider this a serious safety issue, but I am not an expert.
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Clearly one main advantage of this is to control traditional light switches programatically and also through the standard light switch. I would like to ask whether it is normal that the switch does not work if the server domoticz off? I’ve imported your project since is almost what I need, but I need some changes: Anyone has an idea where to source the 5.
Circuit is used in another DACs on the internet and there works. Here it is I guess: However, there seem to be a bunch of 5. This box below ceiling is quite good place for this. I am really striking out finding resettable fuses for v US application. Thank you again for your attention and a big hello from Italy. I’m currently doing my latest tests on the board, and so far everything works perfectly.
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Nca78 Thank you for the reply, There is a way to overcame that? Is somewhere there present source for this module with temperature module support? But Switch will notbe connected to mains. Considering I want to retain the ability to turn the light off with the wall switch, this board does not allow to connect the relay as a 3-way switch.
Are my humidity sensors faulty? If there is a way to decrease the board size even further that would be great! I don’t know if this has been answered already. However, it is not sufficient for the traces between the relays and the connectors because it should be able to handle up to 2A limiting factor of the solid state relays. As I said I didn’t have time to test the last batch of components yet. I think should not matter as long as I have enough GPIO to control relays and Electric wire connectors can bear the load.
I read something before about low temp thermal sensors usally being crimped to place. It could control 2 separate lamps It could behave like 2 3-way switches It could behave like a single 4-way switch I would have done it myself, but I have no clue. Switched on then off, it lit up but didn’t appear in Domoticz log. I see no obvious mistake in the script that would generate this though.
Also, I reinforced the traces of the v lines, which I absolutely recommend to do! Will it be a good Idea? Yveaux Still no idea about it. SMD resistors and capacitors I first fix on the right position with my finger-nail and a little solder on one side. I read something before about low temp thermal sensors usally being crimped to place. Can we command shutters?
Just a couple of questions. Super I solder already the third board, and I hope that the thermometer will be visible in domoticz.
I have several lamps where I have done something similar. Can I use a standard glass fuse for this one with the same value? The newer design has a few minor changes like better component placement and a permanent fuse instead of this resettable fuse.
Or has there been a mistake on my PCB with too small holes for fuse 2?
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I need some top level WAF before I can go on with the MySensorization of all the appartment like the others I will not show the back side and it’s ugly pieces of insulating tape: Hi-Link abit better because all covered and less dangerous. In my house, it is very common that a single wall mount has switches that control separate lamps. On the internet I read, that best sound output is with power supply voltage 8V.
So thinking to use 3 relays. The ripple is probably awful and the result will affect the quality of the radio transmission. This depends on the sketch you flash.