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The Sonoff-Tasmota firmware provides three powerful man machine interfaces: MQTT, web and serial.

MQTT

MQTT is the recommended interaction interface. You can find all relevant details regarding MQTT in the MQTT Essentials article series. You'll need an MQTT broker in place and should utilize an independent MQTT client for troubleshooting. Setting up the basic MQTT environment is out of the scope of this article.

Please check the specific MQTT Features wiki page to learn more.

Example:

A Sonoff-Tasmota module was configured with the FullTopic tasmota/%topic%/%prefix%/ and the topic setting "sonoff-mylight". We want to switch the light On and Off.

By looking at the commands table below we can learn about the Power command and the TOGGLE option. "Power1" represents the first relay.

  • Status query:

    tasmota/sonoff-mylight/cmnd/Power1//empty message
       ↳ tasmota/sonoff-mylight/stat/RESULT → {"POWER1":"OFF"}
       ↳ tasmota/sonoff-mylight/stat/POWER1OFF

    We can see, that the module's first relay is currently turned off.

  • Sending a command:

    tasmota/sonoff-mylight/cmnd/Power1"TOGGLE"// Power for relay 1 is toggled
       ↳ tasmota/sonoff-mylight/stat/RESULT → {"POWER1":"ON"}
       ↳ tasmota/sonoff-mylight/stat/POWER1ON

    We've send the toggle command and received the new state confirmation.

Side Note: For many commands, an empty payload is a query. If you are using mosquitto_pub, you can issue an empty payload using the -n command line option. If your MQTT client cannot issue an empty payload, you can use the single character "?" instead.

Web

Commands can be executed via HTTP requests, for example:

http://sonoff/cm?cmnd=Power%20TOGGLE
http://sonoff/cm?cmnd=Power%20On
http://sonoff/cm?cmnd=Power%20off
http://sonoff/cm?user=admin&password=joker&cmnd=Power%20Toggle

Serial

The serial interface is set to 115200 bps except for Sonoff Dual and the Sonoff RF Bridge where it is set to 19200 bps.

Using backlog

Starting with version 5.3.0 a backlog feature is available allowing to execute several commands in sequence. Maximum commands per request:

  • Versions < 5.12.0i = 16/request
  • Versions >= 5.12.0i = 30/request

Examples of this command are:

Backlog status 1; power 2; delay 20; power 2; status 4
Backlog ssid1 myssid; password1 mypassword
http://sonoff/cm?user=admin&password=joker&cmnd=Backlog%20Power%20Toggle;Power1%20off

Command Overview

The following command tables are available:

Main

Command Payload Description
BlinkCount Show current BlinkCount
BlinkCount 0 Blink many times before restoring power state
BlinkCount 1..32000 Set how many blinks before restoring power state
BlinkTime Show current BlinkTime in 0.1 seconds
BlinkTime 2..3600 Set BlinkTime with 0.1 seconds increment
FanSpeed (iFan02 only) Show current fan speed
FanSpeed 0 / off (iFan02 only) Turn fan Off
FanSpeed 1..3 (iFan02 only) Set fan speed
LedPower Show current led power state as On or Off
LedPower 0 / off Turn led AND LedState Off
LedPower 1 / on Turn led On AND LedState Off
LedState Show current led state as 0 to 7
LedState 0 / off Disable use of LED as much as possible
LedState 1 / on Show power state on led (inverted for Sonoff Touch)
LedState 2 Show MQTT subscriptions as a led blink
LedState 3 Show power state and MQTT subscriptions as a led blink
LedState 4 Show MQTT publications as a led blink
LedState 5 Show power state and MQTT publications as a led blink
LedState 6 Show all MQTT messages as a led blink
LedState 7 Show power state and MQTT messages as a led blink
Power<x> Show current power state of relay<x> as On or Off
Power<x> 0 / off Turn relay<x> power Off
Power<x> 1 / on Turn relay<x> power On
Power<x> 2 / toggle Toggle power of relay<x>
Power<x> 3 / blink Blink power of relay<x>
Power<x> 4 / blinkoff Stop blinking power of relay<x>
PowerOnState Show current relay power on state
PowerOnState 0 / off Keep relay(s) off after power on
PowerOnState 1 / on Turn relay(s) on after power on
PowerOnState 2 / toggle Toggle relay(s) on from last saved
PowerOnState 3 (default) Turn relay(s) on as last saved
PowerOnState 4 Turn relay(s) on and disable further relay control
PowerRetain Show current MQTT power retain state
PowerRetain 0 / off (default) Disable MQTT power retain on status update
PowerRetain 1 / on Enable MQTT power retain on status update
PulseTime<x> Show current PulseTime of relay<x> in 0.1 seconds
PulseTime<x> 0 / off (Default) Disable use of PulseTime for relay<x>
PulseTime<x> 1..111 Set PulseTime for relay<x> with 0.1 seconds increment
PulseTime<x> 112..64900 Set PulseTime for relay<x> with 1 seconds increment starting with 12 seconds (add 100 to desired interval in seconds, e.g. 113 = 13 seconds and 220 = 120 seconds)
SetOption11 Show current button single and double press swap state
SetOption11 0 / off (default) Legacy button single and double press
SetOption11 1 / on Button single and double press functionality swapped
SetOption13 Show current button single press only state
SetOption13 0 / off (default) Enable button single, multi-press and hold
SetOption13 1 / on Enable button single press only for immediate response. Disable by holding 4 x SetOption32
SetOption14 Show current relay switch mode
SetOption14 0 / off (default) Set self-locking mode for all relays
SetOption14 1 / on Set interlock mode for all relays
SetOption15 Show current LED control
SetOption15 0 / off Command PWM control
SetOption15 1 / on (default) command Color/Dimmer control to PWM RGB(CW) leds
SetOption26 0 / off (default) Keep using POWER without postfix for single power devices
SetOption26 1 / on Add postfix to all POWER messages
SetOption31 1 / on Disable wifi (once every second) and mqtt (once every 2 seconds) status information blink of wifi led
SetOption32 Show current key hold time in 0.1 seconds
SetOption32 1..100 Set key hold time from 0.1 to 10 seconds
SwitchMode<x> Show current external switch mode
SwitchMode<x> 0 (default) Set switch mode to TOGGLE
SwitchMode<x> 1 Set switch mode to FOLLOW (0 = Off, 1 = On)
SwitchMode<x> 2 Set switch mode to inverted FOLLOW (0 = On, 1 = Off)
SwitchMode<x> 3 Set switch mode to PUSHBUTTON (Normally 1, 0 = toggle)
SwitchMode<x> 4 Set switch mode to inverted PUSHBUTTON (Normally 0, 1 = toggle)
SwitchMode<x> 5 Set switch mode to PUSHBUTTON (Normally 1, 0 = toggle, Hold = hold)
SwitchMode<x> 6 Set switch mode to inverted PUSHBUTTON (Normally 0, 1 = toggle, Hold = hold)
SwitchMode<x> 7 Set switch mode to PUSHBUTTON (0 = toggle, 1 = toggle)

Sensor

Command Payload Description
Altitude Show current Altitude to be used by calculating Sea level Pressure
Altitude -30000..30000 Set local Altitude in meters
AmpRes Show current Current Resolution
AmpRes 0..3 Set Current Resolution
Counter<x> Show current Counter 1..4 value
Counter<x> 0 Reset Counter 1..4
Counter<x> 1..64900 Preset Counter 1..4
Counter<x> -1..64900 Decrement Counter 1..4
Counter<x> +1..64900 Increment Counter 1..4
CounterDebounce Show current global Counter debounce time in mSec
CounterDebounce 0 / off Turn global Counter debounce off
CounterDebounce 1..3200 Set global Counter debounce in mSec
CounterType<x> Show current Counter 1..4 type as pulse Counter or pulse Timer
CounterType<x> 0 / off Set current Counter 1..4 type as pulse Counter
CounterType<x> 1 / on Set current Counter 1..4 type as pulse Timer
EnergyRes Show current Energy Resolution
EnergyRes 0..5 Set Energy Resolution
HumRes Show current Humidity Resolution
HumRes 0..3 Set Humidity Resolution
Ina219Mode replaced by command Sensor13
PressRes Show current Pressure Resolution
PressRes 0..3 Set Pressure Resolution
Sensor13 Show current Ina219 Calibration Mode
Sensor13 0 Set Ina219 Calibration to max 32V and 2A
Sensor13 1 Set Ina219 Calibration to max 32V and 1A
Sensor13 2 Set Ina219 Calibration to max 16V and 0.4A
Sensor15 2 Start MHZ19(B) Zero Point Calibration
Sensor27 Show APDS9960 gesture mode
Sensor27 0 / off Disable APDS9960 gesture mode
Sensor27 1 / on Enable APDS9960 gesture mode
SetOption8 Show current Temperature as either Celsius or Fahrenheit
SetOption8 0 / celsius Set Temperature to Celsius
SetOption8 1 / fahrenheit Set Temperature to Fahrenheit
SetOption18 Show Signal Light state - currently used with CO2 sensors only
SetOption18 0 / off (default) Disable signal light
SetOption18 1 / on Enable signal light
TempRes Show current Temperature Resolution
TempRes 0..3 Set Temperature Resolution
TempUnit Replaced by SetOption8
VoltRes Show current Voltage Resolution
VoltRes 0..3 Set Voltage Resolution
WattRes Show current Power Resolution
WattRes 0..3 Set Power Resolution

Timers

To control a device locally 16 Timers are available. They can be configured with the Timer<x> command following by a JSON string with optional parameters. Full command examples are:

Timer1 {"Arm":1,"Time":"02:23","Window":0,"Days":"--TW--S","Repeat":1,"Output":1,"Action":1}
Timer4 {"Arm":1,"Time":"16:23","Window":15,"Days":"SM00TF0","Repeat":0,"Output":2,"Action":2}

When define USE_SUNRISE is enabled commands Latitude and Longitude together with parameter mode become available. In that case the Time value is ALWAYS used as an offset so make sure to set it to 00:00 if no offset is wanted.

Timer1 {"Arm":1,"Mode":2,"Time":"-2:23","Window":0,"Days":"11TW11S","Repeat":1,"Output":1,"Action":1}

Each parameter will be documented below.

Command Payload Description
Latitude Show current user provided latitude
Latitude <value> Set latitude
Longitude Show current user provided longitude
Longitude <value> Set longitude
Timer<x> Show current parameters for Timer<x> where x = 1 to 16
Timer<x> 0 Clear Timer<x> parameters
Timer<x> 1 .. 16 Copy Timer(payload) parameters to Timer<x>
Timer<x> { ... } Set all or individual parameters following example above
Timers Show parameters of all 16 timers
Timers 0 Dis-arm all timers
JSON Parameter Value Description
Arm 0 Dis-arm or disable timer
Arm 1 Arm or enable timer
Mode 0 Use clock time
Mode 1 Use local sunrise time using Longitude, Latitude and Time offset
Mode 2 Use local sunset time using Longitude, Latitude and Time offset
Time "hh:mm" Set time in hours 0 .. 23 and minutes 0 .. 59
Time "-hh:mm" Set time in offset hours of -11 .. 12 and minutes 0 .. 59 used with Mode 1 and 2
Window 0 .. 15 Add or substract a random number of minutes to Time
Days "SMTWTFS" Set day of weeks mask where "0" or "-" = Off and any different character = On
Repeat 0 Allow timer only once
Repeat 1 Repeat timer execution
Output 1 .. 16 Select an output to be used if no rule is enabled
Action 0 Turn output Off
Action 1 Turn output On
Action 2 Toggle output On or Off
Action 3 Blink output using parameters BlinkCount and BlinkTime or Execute a rule when enabled

Management

Command Payload Description
Backlog Abort backlog if active
Backlog <cmnds> List of commands to be executed in sequence separated by a ;
ButtonRestrict Replaced by SetOption1
Delay Reset backlog delay to 0.2 seconds
Delay 2..3600 Set delay between two backlog commands with 0.1 seconds increment
Emulation Show current emulation state
Emulation 0 / off Disable emulation
Emulation 1 Enable Belkin WeMo emulation for Alexa
Emulation 2 Enable Hue Bridge emulation for Alexa
Event <event> Execute an event to trigger a rule as documented https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota/wiki/Rules
FriendlyName Show friendly name as used by emulation
FriendlyName<x> Show friendly name as used by emulation
FriendlyName<x> 1 Reset friendly name to user_config(_override).h value (FRIENDLY_NAME)
FriendlyName<x> <name> Set friendly name (32 chars max)
Gpios Show available sensors and devices by name and index for user selection
Gpio Show current GPIO usage for current module
Gpio<pin> <sensor> Select sensor to be connected to <pin>
I2Cscan Scan I2C bus and show device addresses found
Mem1..5 Show current persistent variable data
Mem1..5 <value> Store a string value in a variable
Mem1..5 " Clear value
Modules Show available modules by name and index
Module Show active module by name and index
Module <index> Switch to selected module and restart
Mqtt Replaced by SetOption3
OtaUrl Show current otaurl
OtaUrl 1 Reset otaurl to user_config(_override).h value (OTA_URL)
OtaUrl <url> Set otaurl (100 chars max)
Pwm Show current PWM setting for enabled channels
Pwm<x> 0..1023 Set Pwm channel x to value ranging from 0 to 1023
PwmFrequency Show current PWM frequency in Hz
PwmFrequency 1 Reset PWM frequency to 880Hz
PwmFrequency 100..4000 Set PWM frequency from minimum 100Hz to maximum 4kHz
PwmRange Show current maximum PWM range value
PwmRange 1 Reset maximum PWM range to 1023
PwmRange 255..1023 Set maximum PWM range
Reset 1 Reset sonoff parameters to user_config(_override).h values and restart
Reset 2 Erase flash, reset sonoff parameters to user_config(_override).h values and restart
Restart 1 Restart sonoff
Restart 99 Force restart sonoff without config save
Rule1..3 Show current rule and settings
Rule1..3 0 Disable rules
Rule1..3 1 Enable rules
Rule1..3 2 Toggle rules
Rule1..3 4 Disable one-shot detection (Perform commands as long as trigger is met)
Rule1..3 5 Enable one-shot detection (Perform commands once until trigger is not met)
Rule1..3 6 Toggle one-shot detection
Rule1..3 <rule> Define a rule as documented https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmota/wiki/Rules
Rule1..3 " Clear rule
RuleTimer1..8 Show current RuleTimer in seconds
RuleTimer1..8 <value> Set countdown RuleTimer in seconds
SaveData Save parameter changes and show current state as Manual, On or every x seconds
SaveData 0 / off Save parameter changes only manually
SaveData 1 / on (default) Save parameter changes every second
SaveData <sec> Save parameter changes between every 2 and 3600 seconds
SaveState Replaced by SetOption0
SetOption0 Show current Save power changes state
SetOption0 1 / on (default) Save power changes and set relay after restart
SetOption0 0 / off Do not save power changes and do not set relay after restart
SetOption1 Show current button multi press mode
SetOption1 0 / off (default) Allow all button actions
SetOption1 1 / on Allow only single, double and hold press button actions
SetOption12 Show current configuration flash usage option
SetOption12 0 / off (default) Use dynamic flash to save configuration lowering flash wear
SetOption12 1 / on Legacy save configuration in eeprom flash location only
SetOption15 Show current PWM control mode
SetOption15 0 / off Allow Pwm command control
SetOption15 1 / on (default) Disable Pwm command and allow control by Dimmer or Color commands
Sleep Show current sleep state as 0 (Off) or duration of up to 250 mSec
Sleep 0 / off (default) Turn sleep off
Sleep 1..250 Set sleep duration from 1 to 250 mSec to enable energy saving
State Show current device states
Status Show abbreviated status information
Status 0 Show all status information
Status 1 Show more status information
Status 2 Show firmware information
Status 3 Show syslog information
Status 4 Show memory information
Status 5 Show network information
Status 6 Show MQTT information
Status 7 Show Real Time Clock information
Status 8 Show sensor information
Status 9 (Sonoff Pow only) Show Power thresholds
Status 10 Show sensor information
Status 11 Show power information equal to teleperiod state message
Timezone Show current timezone
Timezone -13..13 Set timezone
Timezone 99 Use Daylight Saving parameters configured with TimeDST and TimeSTD
TimeDST Show Daylight Saving TimeZone Parameters
TimeDST 0 Reset Daylight Saving TimeZone parameters to user_config(_override).h values
TimeDST H,W,M,D,h,T Set Daylight Saving TimeZone Parameters
H Hemisphere : (0 to 1) 0=Northern, 1=Southern Hemisphere
W Week : (0 to 4) 0=Last week of the month, 1=First, 2=Second, 3=Third, 4=Fourth
M Month : (1 to 12) 1=Jan, 2=Feb, ... 12=Dec
D DayOfWeek : (1 to 7) 1=Sun, 2=Mon, ... 7=Sat
h Hour : 0-23
T TimeZone : offset from UTC in MINUTES (-780 to 780) (780min/60min = 13hours)
TimeSTD Show Standard TimeZone Parameters
TimeSTD 0 Reset Standard TimeZone parameters to user_config(_override).h values
TimeSTD H,W,M,D,h,T Set Standard TimeZone Parameters
H Hemisphere : (0 to 1) 0=Northern, 1=Southern Hemisphere
W Week : (0 to 4) 0=Last week of the month, 1=First, 2=Second, 3=Third, 4=Fourth
M Month : (1 to 12) 1=Jan, 2=Feb, ... 12=Dec
D DayOfWeek : (1 to 7) 1=Sun, 2=Mon, ... 7=Sat
h Hour : 0-23
T TimeZone : offset from UTC in MINUTES (-780 to 780) (780min/60min = 13hours)
Upgrade 1 Download ota firmware from your web server and restart
Upgrade <version> Download ota firmware from web server if <version> is higher than device version
Upload 1 Download ota firmware from your web server and restart
Upload <version> Download ota firmware from web server if <version> is higher than device version
Var1..5 Show current temporary variable data
Var1..5 <value> Store a string value in a variable
Var1..5 " Clear value
Add1..5 Show current temporary data in Var1..5
Add1..5 <value> Add a value to a variable Var1..5
Sub1..5 Show current temporary data in Var1..5
Sub1..5 <value> Substract a value to a variable Var1..5
Mult1..5 Show current temporary data in Var1..5
Mult1..5 <value> Multiply a value to a variable Var1..5
Scale1..5 Show current temporary data in Var1..5
Scale1..5 v,fl,fh,tl,th Scale a value from a low and high limit to another low and high limits and save in VAR1..5
v value: the number to scale
fl fromLow: the lower bound of the value’s current range
fh fromHigh: the upper bound of the value’s current range
tl toLow: the lower bound of the value’s target range
th toHigh: the upper bound of the value’s target range

Wifi

Command Payload Description
AP Show current selected Wifi Access Point (AP)
AP 0 Switch to other Wifi Access Point (AP)
AP 1 Select Wifi Access Point 1 (AP)
AP 2 Select Wifi Access Point 2 (AP)
Hostname Show current hostname
Hostname 1 Reset hostname to MQTT_TOPIC-<4digits> and restart
Hostname <host> Set hostname (32 chars max) and restart. If <host> contains % the hostname will be reset to the default.
IPAddress1 Show current IP address
IPAddress1 0.0.0.0 Use dynamic IP addresses (DHCP) [follow this with a "restart 1" command once you complete your IP config of IP Address, subnet mask & gateway]
IPAddress1 x.x.x.x Set (decimal) static IP address [follow this with a "restart 1" command once you complete your IP config of IP Address, subnet mask & gateway]
IPAddress2 Show current IP address of Gateway
IPAddress2 x.x.x.x Set (decimal) IP address of Gateway [follow this with a "restart 1" command once you complete your IP config of IP Address, subnet mask & gateway]
IPAddress3 Show current subnet mask
IPAddress3 x.x.x.x Set (decimal) subnet mask [follow this with a "restart 1" command once you complete your IP config of IP Address, subnet mask & gateway]
IPAddress4 Show current IP address of DNS server
IPAddress4 x.x.x.x Set (decimal) IP address of DNS server [follow this with a "restart 1" command once you complete your IP config of IP Address, subnet mask & gateway]
NtpServer<x> Show NTP server 1 to 3 name or ip address
NtpServer<x> 0 Set NTP server 1 to 3 name to none and restart
NtpServer<x> 1 Reset NTP server 1 to 3 name to user_config.h (NTP_SERVERx) and restart
NtpServer<x> <ntphost> Set NTP server 1 to 3 name or ip address (32 chars max)
Password Show AP1 current Wifi password
Password 1 Reset AP1 Wifi password to user_config.h (STA_PASS1) and restart
Password <pwd> Set AP1 Wifi password (64 chars max) and restart
Password<x> Show APx current Wifi password
Password<x> 1 Reset APx Wifi password to user_config.h (STA_PASS1 or STA_PASS2) and restart
Password<x> <pwd> Set APx Wifi password (64 chars max) and restart
SSId / SSId<x> Show APx current Wifi SSId
SSId / SSId<x> 1 Reset APx Wifi SSId to user_config.h (STA_SSID1 or STA_SSID2) and restart
SSId / SSId<x> <ssid> Set APx Wifi SSId (32 chars max) and restart
WebPassword Show current web server Admin password for user WEB_USERNAME
WebPassword 0 Disable use of password
WebPassword 1 Reset password to value in user_config.h (WEB_PASSWORD)
WebPassword <pwd> Set web server Admin password for user WEB_USERNAME (32 chars max)
WebSend [<host>] <command> Send command to host where host is hostname or IP address
WebSend [<host>:<port>] <command> Send command to host where host is hostname or IP address
WebSend [<host>,<user>:<password>] <command> Send command to host where host is hostname or IP address
WebSend [<host>:<port>,<user>:<password>] <command> Send command to host where host is hostname or IP address
WebServer Show current web server state
WebServer 0 / off Stop web server
WebServer 1 / user Start web server in user mode
WebServer 2 / admin Start web server in admin mode
WifiConfig Show current config tool
WifiConfig 0 Disable wifi config but restart (used with alternate AP)
WifiConfig 1 Start smart config for 1 minute and set as current config tool
WifiConfig 2 Start wifi manager (web server at 192.168.4.1) and set as current config tool
WifiConfig 3 Start WPS config for 1 minute and set as current config tool
WifiConfig 4 Disable wifi config but retry other AP without restart
WifiConfig 5 Disable wifi config but retry same AP without restart and flash writes

MQTT Specific

Command Payload Description
ButtonRetain Show current button MQTT retain flag state
ButtonRetain 0 / off (default) Disable use of MQTT retain flag
ButtonRetain 1 / on Set ButtonTopic to Topic and enable MQTT retain flag on button press
ButtonTopic Show current MQTT button topic
ButtonTopic 0 / off Disable use of MQTT button topic
ButtonTopic 1 Set MQTT button topic to Topic
ButtonTopic <topic> Set MQTT button topic (32 chars max)
FullTopic Show current MQTT fulltopic string
FullTopic 1 Reset MQTT fulltopic to user_config.h (MQTT_FULLTOPIC) and restart
FullTopic <fulltopic> Set MQTT fulltopic (100 chars max) using optional %topic% and %prefix% and restart
GroupTopic Show current MQTT group topic
GroupTopic 1 Reset MQTT group topic to user_config.h (MQTT_GRPTOPIC) and restart
GroupTopic <grouptopic> Set MQTT group topic (32 chars max) and restart
MqttClient Show current MQTT client
MqttClient 1 Reset MQTT client to user_config.h (MQTT_CLIENT_ID) and restart
MqttClient <client> Set MQTT client (32 chars max) and restart. May use wildcard %06X to be replaced by last six characters of MAC address
MqttFingerprint ( TLS only) Show current fingerprint
MqttFingerprint <print> (TLS only) Set current fingerprint as 20 space separated bytes (59 chars max)
MqttHost Show current MQTT host
MqttHost 0 Clear MQTT host field and allow mDNS to find MQTT host
MqttHost 1 Reset MQTT host to user_config.h (MQTT_HOST) and restart
MqttHost <host> Set MQTT host (32 chars max) and restart
MqttPassword Show current MQTT password
MqttPassword 0 Set MQTT password to none
MqttPassword 1 Reset MQTT password to user_config.h (MQTT_PASS) and restart
MqttPassword <pswrd> Set MQTT password (32 chars max) and restart
MqttPort Show current MQTT port
MqttPort 1 Reset MQTT port to user_config.h (MQTT_PORT) and restart
MqttPort <port> Set MQTT port between 2 and 32766 and restart
MqttResponse Replaced by SetOption4
MqttRetry Show current MQTT connection retry timer in seconds
MqttRetry 10 (default) Set MQTT connection retry timer in seconds
MqttRetry 10..32000 Set MQTT connection retry timer in seconds
MqttUser Show current MQTT user name
MqttUser 0 Set MQTT user name to none
MqttUser 1 Reset MQTT user name to user_config.h (MQTT_USER) and restart
MqttUser <user> Set MQTT user name (32 chars max) and restart
PowerRetain Show current MQTT power retain state
PowerRetain 0 / off (default) Disable MQTT power retain on status update
PowerRetain 1 / on Enable MQTT power retain on status update
Prefix1 Show current MQTT command subscription prefix
Prefix1 1 Reset MQTT command subscription prefix to user_config.h (SUB_PREFIX) and restart
Prefix1 <prefix> Set MQTT command subscription prefix (10 chars max) and restart
Prefix2 Show current MQTT status prefix
Prefix2 1 Reset MQTT status prefix to user_config.h (PUB_PREFIX) and restart
Prefix2 <prefix> Set MQTT status prefix (10 chars max) and restart
Prefix3 Show current MQTT telemetry prefix
Prefix3 1 Reset MQTT telemetry prefix to user_config.h (PUB_PREFIX2) and restart
Prefix3 <prefix> Set MQTT telemetry prefix (10 chars max) and restart
Publish <topic> <payload> Publish any topic and optional payload
SensorRetain Show current sensor MQTT retain flag state
SensorRetain 0 / off (default) Disable use of sensor MQTT retain flag
SensorRetain 1 / on Enable MQTT retain flag on message tele/sonoff/SENSOR
SetOption2 Show current Units state
SetOption2 0 / off (default) Do not show units to messages
SetOption2 1 / on Add units to messages
SetOption3 Show current MQTT state
SetOption3 0 / off Disable MQTT
SetOption3 1 / on Enable MQTT
SetOption4 Show current MQTT response state
SetOption4 0 / off Return response as RESULT topic
SetOption4 1 / on Return response as Command topic
SetOption10 Show current LWT action when changing topic
SetOption10 0 / off (default) When topic changes drop retained old topic LWT
SetOption10 1 / on When topic changes send old topic retained LWT offline
StateText1 Show current Off state text
StateText1 <text> Set Off state text (10 chars max)
StateText2 Show current On state text
StateText2 <text> Set On state text (10 chars max)
StateText3 Show current Toggle state text
StateText3 <text> Set Toggle state text (10 chars max)
StateText4 Show current button Hold state text
StateText4 <text> Set button Hold state text (10 chars max)
SwitchRetain Show current button MQTT retain flag state
SwitchRetain 0 / off (default) Disable use of MQTT retain flag
SwitchRetain 1 / on Set ButtonTopic to Topic and enable MQTT retain flag on button press
SwitchTopic Show current MQTT switch topic
SwitchTopic 0 / off Disable use of MQTT switch topic
SwitchTopic 1 Set MQTT switch topic to Topic
SwitchTopic <topic> Set MQTT switch topic (32 chars max)
TelePeriod Show current telemetry period in seconds
TelePeriod 0 / off Disable telemetry messages
TelePeriod 1 Reset telemetry period to user_config.h (TELE_PERIOD)
TelePeriod <secs> Set telemetry period between 10 and 3600 seconds
Topic Show current MQTT topic
Topic 1 Reset MQTT topic to user_config.h (MQTT_TOPIC) and restart
Topic <topic> Set MQTT topic (32 chars max) AND button topic and restart
Units Replaced by SetOption2

Serial Bridge

Both Hardware and Software Serial Bridge are supported. Hardware Serial Bridge uses GPIO1 (Tx) and GPIO3 (Rx) pins of your device. Software Serial Bridge can use any other GPIO to be selected with command GPIOxx 67, GPIOxx 68 or Web Module Configuration options SerBr Tx and SerBr Rx.

Hardware Serial Bridge commands

Command Payload Description
Baudrate Show current serial baudrate
Baudrate 1 Set to default baudrate of 115200 bps
Baudrate <baudrate> Set to baudrate
SerialDelimiter Show current serial delimiter
SerialDelimiter 1..127 Set serial delimiter to decimal ASCII code
SerialDelimiter 128..255 Disable serial delimiter
SerialDelimiter <\escapechar> Set serial delimiter to escape character code
SerialDelimiter <non-number> Set serial delimiter to ASCII character
SerialLog 0 / off Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and disable serial logging
SerialLog 1 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show only error messages
SerialLog 2 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show error and info messages
SerialLog 3 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show error, info and debug messages
SerialLog 4 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show all messages
SerialSend <text> Disable Serial logging and send text to serial port ending with "\n"
SerialSend2 <text> Disable Serial logging and send text to serial port
SerialSend3 <text> Disable Serial logging, replace escape characters and send text to serial port

Software Serial Bridge commands

Expect possible communication errors when additional sensors are configured.

Command Payload Description
SBaudrate Show current Software Serial baudrate
SBaudrate 1 Set to default baudrate of 9600 bps
SBaudrate <baudrate> Set to baudrate
SerialDelimiter Show current serial delimiter
SerialDelimiter 1..127 Set serial delimiter to decimal ASCII code
SerialDelimiter 128..255 Disable serial delimiter
SerialDelimiter <\escapechar> Set serial delimiter to escape character code
SerialDelimiter <non-number> Set serial delimiter to ASCII character
SSerialSend <text> Send text to Software Serial port ending with "\n"
SSerialSend2 <text> Send text to Software Serial port
SSerialSend3 <text> Replace escape characters and send text to Software Serial port

SetOption Overview

Command Payload Description
SetOption0 Show current Save power changes state
SetOption0 1 / on (default) Save power changes and set relay after restart
SetOption0 0 / off Do not save power changes and do not set relay after restart
SetOption1 Show current button multi press mode
SetOption1 0 / off (default) Allow all button actions
SetOption1 1 / on Allow only single, double and hold press button actions
SetOption2 Show current Units state
SetOption2 0 / off (default) Do not show units to messages
SetOption2 1 / on Add units to messages
SetOption3 Show current MQTT state
SetOption3 0 / off Disable MQTT
SetOption3 1 / on Enable MQTT
SetOption4 Show current MQTT response state
SetOption4 0 / off Return response as RESULT topic
SetOption4 1 / on Return response as Command topic
SetOption8 Show current Temperature as either Celsius or Fahrenheit
SetOption8 0 / celsius Set Temperature to Celsius
SetOption8 1 / fahrenheit Set Temperature to Fahrenheit
SetOption10 Show current LWT action when changing topic
SetOption10 0 / off (default) When topic changes drop retained old topic LWT
SetOption10 1 / on When topic changes send old topic retained LWT offline
SetOption11 Show current button single and double press swap state
SetOption11 0 / off (default) Legacy button single and double press
SetOption11 1 / on Button single and double press functionality swapped
SetOption12 Show current configuration flash usage option
SetOption12 0 / off (default) Use dynamic flash to save configuration lowering flash wear
SetOption12 1 / on Legacy save configuration in eeprom flash location only
SetOption13 Show current button single press only state
SetOption13 0 / off (default) Enable button single, multi-press and hold
SetOption13 1 / on Enable button single press only for immediate response. Disable by holding 4 x SetOption32
SetOption14 Show current relay switch mode
SetOption14 0 / off (default) Set self-locking mode for all relays
SetOption14 1 / on Set interlock mode for all relays
SetOption15 1 / on Disable Pwm command and allow control by Dimmer or Color commands
SetOption16 1 Switch Clock scheme leds from clock-wise to counter-clock-wise mode
SetOption17 Reserved
SetOption18 1 / on Enable signal light currently used with CO2 sensors only
SetOption19 1 / on Enable Home-Assistant automatic discovery
SetOption20 1 / on Enable changing Dimmer value without turning power on
SetOption21 1 / on Enable reporting Energy usage while power off
SetOption22 Reserved
SetOption23 Reserved
SetOption24 Reserved
SetOption25 Reserved
SetOption26 0 / off (default) Keep using POWER without postfix for single power devices
SetOption26 1 / on Add postfix to all POWER messages
SetOption28 Enable hex (0) or decimal (1) RF signal receive data representation
SetOption29 Enable hex (0) or decimal (1) IR signal receive data representation
SetOption30 1 / on Enforce Home-Assistant discovery for light group only
SetOption31 1 / on Disable wifi (once every second) and mqtt (once every 2 seconds) status information blink of wifi led
SetOption32 Show current key hold time in 0.1 seconds
SetOption32 1..100 Set key hold time from 0.1 to 10 seconds
SetOption33 Show Sonoff Pow Max_Power_Retry value
SetOption33 1..250 Set Sonoff Pow Max_Power_Retry from 1 to 250

Logging

Command Payload Description
LogHost Show current syslog host
LogHost 1 Reset syslog host to user_config.h (SYS_LOG_HOST)
LogHost <host> Set syslog host (32 chars max)
LogPort Show current syslog port
LogPort 1 Reset syslog port to user_config.h (SYS_LOG_PORT)
LogPort <port> Set syslog port between 2 and 32766
SerialLog Show current serial log level
SerialLog 0 / off Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and disable serial logging
SerialLog 1 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show only error messages
SerialLog 2 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show error and info messages
SerialLog 3 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show error, info and debug messages
SerialLog 4 Disable Hardware Serial Bridge and Show all messages
SysLog Show current syslog level
SysLog 0 / off Disable syslog logging
SysLog 1 Show only error messages
SysLog 2 Show error and info messages
SysLog 3 Show error, info and debug messages
SysLog 4 Show all messages
WebLog Show current Web log level
WebLog 0 / off Disable Web logging
WebLog 1 Show only error messages
WebLog 2 Show error and info messages
WebLog 3 Show error, info and debug messages
WebLog 4 Show all messages

Sonoff Pow, Sonoff S31 and Pzem004T

Command Payload Description
AmpRes Show current Current Resolution
AmpRes 0..3 Set Current Resolution
CurrentCal Show calibration value for Current
CurrentCal 1 Set default calibration value for Current to (Pow 3500, S31 chip value)
CurrentCal <value> Set user calibration value for Current starting from 1100
CurrentHigh Show current current high threshold value
CurrentHigh 0 / off (default) Disable current high threshold
CurrentHigh <milliamps> Set current high threshold value
CurrentLow Show current current low threshold value
CurrentLow 0 / off (default) Disable current low threshold
CurrentLow <milliamps> Set current low threshold value
CurrentSet <milliamps> Auto-calibrate current to a target value
EnergyRes Show current Energy Resolution
EnergyRes 0..5 Set Energy Resolution
EnergyReset Show Energy Total, Yesterday and Today
EnergyReset1 0..42500 ((P)Re)Set Energy Today in Wh
EnergyReset2 0..42500 ((P)Re)Set Energy Yesterday in Wh
EnergyReset3 0..42500000 ((P)Re)Set Energy Total in Wh
HlwIcal replaced by CurrentCal
HlwIset replaced by CurrentSet
HlwPcal replaced by PowerCal
HlwPset replaced by PowerSet
HlwUcal replaced by VoltageCal
HlwUset replaced by VoltageSet
MaxPower Show current maximum power allowed setting
MaxPower 0 / off Disable use maximum power monitoring
MaxPower <watt> Set maximum allowed power
MaxPowerHold Show current time in seconds to stay over MaxPower before power off
MaxPowerHold 1 Set default time to 10 seconds to stay over MaxPower before power off
MaxPowerHold <seconds> Set time in seconds to stay over MaxPower before power off
MaxPowerWindow Show current time in seconds to stay power off before re-applying power up to 5 times
MaxPowerWindow 1 Set default time to 30 seconds to stay power off before re-applying power up to 5 times
MaxPowerWindow <seconds> Set time in seconds to stay power off before re-applying power up to 5 times
PowerCal Show calibration value for Power
PowerCal 1 Set default calibration value for Power to (Pow 12530, S31 chip value)
PowerCal <value> Set user calibration value for Power starting from 4000
PowerDelta 0 Disable reporting on power change
PowerDelta 1 Enable reporting on 80% power change
PowerDelta <percentage> Enable reporting on percentage power change
PowerHigh Show current power high threshold value
PowerHigh 0 / off (default) Disable power high threshold
PowerHigh <watt> Set power high threshold value
PowerLow Show current power low threshold value
PowerLow 0 / off (default) Disable power low threshold
PowerLow <watt> Set power low threshold value
PowerSet <watt> Auto-calibrate power to a target value
SetOption21 1 / on Enable reporting Energy usage while power off
SetOption33 Show Sonoff Pow Max_Power_Retry value
SetOption33 1..250 Set Sonoff Pow Max_Power_Retry from 1 to 250
Status 8 Show Power usage
Status 9 Show Power thresholds
VoltageCal Show calibration value for Voltage
VoltageCal 1 Set default calibration value for Voltage to (Pow 1950, S31 chip value)
VoltageCal <value> Set user calibration value for Voltage starting from 1000
VoltageHigh Show current voltage high threshold value
VoltageHigh 0 / off (default) Disable voltage high threshold
VoltageHigh <voltage> Set voltage high threshold value
VoltageLow Show current voltage low threshold value
VoltageLow 0 / off (default) Disable voltage low threshold
VoltageLow <voltage> Set voltage low threshold value
VoltageSet <volt> Auto-calibrate voltage to a target value
VoltRes Show current Voltage Resolution
VoltRes 0..3 Set Voltage Resolution
WattRes Show current Power Resolution
WattRes 0..3 Set Power Resolution

WS2812, AiLight, Sonoff Led, B1, BN-SZ01, H801 and MagicHome

MagicHome is also sold as Arilux.

Command Payload Description
Channel<x> Show current channel color where x is 1(red), 2(green), 3(blue), 4(cold), 5(warm)
Channel<x> 0..100 Set channel dimmer value from 0 to 100%
Color Show current color setting as CCWW, RRGGBB, RRGGBBWW or RRGGBBCCWW
Color <red>,<green>,<blue> Set color to decimal values
Color #<value> Set color to hexadecimal value
Color <CCWW> (Sonoff Led) Set color to CCWW hexadecimal value
Color <RRGGBB> (WS2812, H801, MagicHome) Set color to RRGGBB hexadecimal value
Color <RRGGBBWW> (AiLight, H801, MagicHome) Set color to RRGGBBWW hexadecimal value
Color <RRGGBBCCWW> (Sonoff B1) Set color to RRGGBBCCWW hexadecimal value
Color 1 Set color to Red
Color 2 Set color to Green
Color 3 Set color to Blue
Color 4 Set color to Orange
Color 5 Set color to Light Green
Color 6 Set color to Light Blue
Color 7 Set color to Amber
Color 8 Set color to Cyan
Color 9 Set color to Purple
Color 10 Set color to Yellow
Color 11 Set color to Pink
Color 12 Set color to White
Color + Set next color out of 12
Color - Set previous color out of 12
Color2 #<value> Set color to hexadecimal value but adjust to current Dimmer value
CT (Sonoff B1 and Led) Show current Color Temperature (153 = Cold, 500 = Warm)
CT 153..500 (Sonoff B1 and Led) Set color temperature from cold to warm
CT + Increment CT in 10 steps
CT - Decrement CT in 10 steps
Dimmer Show current dimmer setting from 0 to 100%
Dimmer 0..100 Set dimmer value from 0 to 100%
Dimmer + Increment brightness in 10 steps
Dimmer - Decrement brightness in 10 steps
Fade Show current fade state
Fade 0 / off (default) Do not use fade
Fade 1 / on Use fade
HsbColor Show current Hue, Saturation and Brightness
HsbColor <hue>,<sat>,<bri> Set Hue, Saturation and Brightness
LedTable Show current Led table intensity correction state
LedTable 0 / off (default) Do not use Led table for intensity correction
LedTable 1 / on Use Led table for intensity correction
Scheme Show current selected scheme
Scheme 0 (default) Use a single color for all pixels in light/strip/ring
Scheme 1 (= Wakeup) Start wake up sequence
Scheme 2 Cycle through RGB colors using speed option
Scheme 3 Cycle through RBG colors using speed option
Scheme 4 Random cycle through colors using speed and fade options
Scheme + Set next Scheme
Scheme - Set previous Scheme
SetOption15 Show current PWM control mode
SetOption15 0 / off Allow Pwm command control
SetOption15 1 / on (default) Disable Pwm command and allow control by Dimmer or Color commands
SetOption20 1 / on Enable changing Dimmer value without turning power on
Speed Show current fade speed selection
Speed 1..20 Select desired fade speed from 1 = fast to 20 = very slow
Speed + Increase Speed
Speed - Decrease Speed
Wakeup Start wake up sequence from Off to Dimmer value
Wakeup 0..100 Start wake up sequence from Off to provided Dimmer value
WakeupDuration Show current wake up light duration in seconds
WakeupDuration 1..3600 Set wake up light duration in seconds

WS2812 Led string specific

Command Payload Description
Color <red>,<green>,<blue> Set color to decimal values
Color #RRGGBB (WS2812x) Set Color to hexadecimal value
Color #RRGGBBWW (SK6812) Set Color to hexadecimal value
Color2 #<value> Set color to hexadecimal value but adjust to current Dimmer value
Color3 Show current seconds clock hand color setting as RRGGBB
Color3 <RRGGBB> Set seconds clock hand color to RRGGBB hexadecimal value
Color4 Show current minutes clock hand color setting as RRGGBB
Color4 <RRGGBB> Set minutes clock hand color to RRGGBB hexadecimal value
Color5 Show current hour clock hand color setting as RRGGBB
Color5 <RRGGBB> Set hour clock hand color to RRGGBB hexadecimal value
Color6 Show current marker color setting as RRGGBB
Color6 <RRGGBB> Set marker color to RRGGBB hexadecimal value
Led1..Led<count> Show specific led current color as RRGGBB
Led1..Led<count> <RRGGBB> Set specific led to desired color RRGGBB
Pixels Show current pixel count
Pixels <count> Set amount of pixels in strip or ring up to 512 and reset Rotation
Rotation Show current rotation in pixel count
Rotation <count> Set amount of pixels to rotate strip or ring up to Pixels value
Scheme Show current selected scheme
Scheme 0 (default) Use a single color for all pixels in light/strip/ring
Scheme 1 (= Wakeup) Start wake up sequence
Scheme 2 Cycle through RGB colors using speed option
Scheme 3 Cycle through RBG colors using speed option
Scheme 4 Random cycle through colors using speed and fade options
Scheme 5 Show clock
Scheme 6 Show incandescent pattern
Scheme 7 Show RGB pattern
Scheme 8 Show Christmas pattern
Scheme 9 Show Hanukkah pattern
Scheme 10 Show Kwanzaa pattern
Scheme 11 Show rainbow pattern
Scheme 12 Show fire pattern
SetOption16 Show LED reverse (clock Scheme)
SetOption16 0 (default) LED clock-wise mode
SetOption16 1 Set LED counter-clock-wise mode
SetOption20 1 / on Enable changing Dimmer value without turning power on
Width(1) Show current led group width
Width(1) 0..4 Set led group width used by Schemes 6 - 12
Width2 Show current width of the seconds clock hand
Width2 0..30 Set the width of the seconds clock hand
Width3 Show current width of the minutes clock hand
Width3 0..30 Set the width of the minutes clock hand
Width4 Show current width of the hour clock hand
Width4 0..30 Set the width of the hour clock hand

Sonoff RF Bridge 433

Command Payload Description
SetOption28 Enable hex (0) or decimal (1) RF signal receive data representation
RfCode Show last send 24-bit user code
RfCode 1..8388607 Send 24-bit user code using RfSync, RfLow and RfHigh timing
RfCode #1..#7FFFFF Send 24-bit hexadecimal user code using RfSync, RfLow and RfHigh timing
RfHigh Show high pulse time in microseconds
RfHigh 1 Reset high pulse time to 840 microseconds
RfHigh 2..32767 Set high pulse time in microseconds
RfHigh #2..#7FFF Set high pulse time in hexadecimal microseconds
RfHost Show 16-bit host part of user code
RfHost 1 Reset 16-bit host part of user code to 11802 (#2E1A)
RfHost 2..32767 Set 16-bit host part of user code
RfHost #2..7FFF Set 16-bit host part of user code in hexadecimal
RfKey<x> Send learned or default RF data for RfKey1 to RfKey16
RfKey<x> 1 Send default RF data for RfKey1 to RfKey16 using RfSync, RfLow, RfHigh and RfHost parameters
RfKey<x> 2 Learn RF data for RfKey1 to RfKey16
RfKey<x> 3 Unlearn RF data for RfKey1 to RfKey16
RfKey<x> 4 Save RF data using RfSync, RfLow, RfHigh and last RfCode parameters
RfKey<x> 5 Show default or learnt RF data
RfLow Show low pulse time in microseconds
RfLow 1 Reset low pulse time to 270 microseconds
RfLow 2..32767 Set low pulse time in microseconds
RfLow #2..#7FFF Set low pulse time in hexadecimal microseconds
RfSync Show start sync pulse time in microseconds
RfSync 1 Reset start sync pulse time to 8470 microseconds
RfSync 2..32767 Set start sync pulse time in microseconds
RfSync #2..#7FFF Set start sync pulse time in hexadecimal microseconds

With EFM8BB1 RF chip firmware update support (released 20180604) the following commands become useful when the firmware has been updated by the provided Portisch firmware in folder tools/fw_efm8bb1.

Command Payload Description
RfRaw Show current state. Off for iTead default firmware, On for Portisch firmware support
RfRaw 0 (Default on restart) Set iTead default firmware support and messages
RfRaw 1 Set Portisch firmware support and messages
RfRaw 166 or AAA655 (Portisch) Start reading RF signals disabling iTead default RF handling
RfRaw 167 or AAA755 (Portisch) Stop reading RF signals enabling iTead default RF handling
RfRaw 169 or AAA955 (Portisch) Start learning predefined protocols
RfRaw 176 or AAB055 (Portisch) Stop sniffing
RfRaw 177 or AAB155 (Portisch) Start sniffing
RfRaw 192 or AAC000C055 (Portisch) Beep - 00C0 is the length of the sound
RfRaw 255 or AAFF55 (Portisch) Show Rf firmware version
RfRaw <Hexadecimal> (Portisch) Data to be send to RF chip

Domoticz

Command Payload Description
DomoticzIdx<x> Show current Domoticz relay1 to relay4 index
DomoticzIdx<x> 0 / off (default) Disable use of Domoticz
DomoticzIdx<x> <idx> Set Domoticz relay1 to relay4 index
DomoticzKeyIdx<x> Show current Domoticz key1 to key4 index
DomoticzKeyIdx<x> 0 (default) Disable use of key1 to key4 index
DomoticzKeyIdx<x> <idx> Set Domoticz key1 to key4 index. To use it you'll need to enable ButtonTopic too
DomoticzSensorIdx<x> Show current Domoticz sensor1 to sensor5 index
DomoticzSensorIdx<x> 0 (default) Disable use of sensor1 to sensor5 index
DomoticzSensorIdx<x> <idx> Set Domoticz sensor1 to sensor5 index.
DomoticzSwitchIdx<x> Show current Domoticz switch1 to switch4 index
DomoticzSwitchIdx<x> 0 (default) Disable use of switch1 to switch4 index
DomoticzSwitchIdx<x> <idx> Set Domoticz switch1 to switch4 index. To use it you'll need to enable SwitchTopic too
DomoticzUpdateTimer Show current Domoticz update timer value in seconds
DomoticzUpdateTimer 0 / off (default) Disable sending interrim Domoticz status
DomoticzUpdateTimer 1..3600 Send status to Domoticz between every 1 and 3600 seconds

KNX

Command Payload Description
KnxTx_Cmnd<x> 0 / 1 Send KNX Commands using the Group Address set on KNX Menu at KNX_TX<x> slot
KnxTx_Val<x> value Send KNX float values using the Group Address set on KNX Menu at KNX_TX<x> slot

IRremote

Using IRsend as documented below it is possible to send the same IR code in decimal or hexadecimal notation using the 0x prefix:

IRsend {"Protocol":"NEC","Bits":32,"Data":2170978686}
IRsend {"Protocol":"NEC","Bits":32,"Data":0x8166817E}

See http://www.lirc.org/ for more info.

Command Payload Description
IRsend Send IR remote control as JSON encapsulated command.
{"Protocol": "<proto>", <proto> is NEC, SONY, RC5, RC6, DISH, JVC, PANASONIC or SAMSUNG
"Bits": 1..32 bits are the required number of data bits or for PANASONIC the address.
"Data": 1..(2^32)-1} data is the data frame as 32 bit decimal.
{"Protocol": "<proto>", <proto> is NEC, SONY, RC5, RC6, DISH, JVC, PANASONIC or SAMSUNG
"Bits": 1..32 bits are the required number of data bits or for PANASONIC the address.
"Data": 0x1..0xFFFFFFFF} data is the data frame as 32 bit hexadecimal.
IRhvac {"Vendor": "<Toshiba/Mitsubishi>", Send IR remote control data to Toshiba
"Power": <0/1>, or Mitsubishi HVAC
"Mode": "<Hot/Cold/Dry/Auto>",
"FanSpeed": "<1/2/3/4/5/Auto/Silence>",
"Temp": <17..30>}
SetOption29 Enable hex (0) or decimal (1) IR signal receive data representation