One Channel WiFi Relay/Thermostat Board
The One Channel WiFi Relay/Thermostat Board is a WiFi connected multi-purpose relay board based on the ESP8266 SoC.
NOTE: The board connects to and controls high voltage, knowledge and care is required to handle it
- Option for on-board power supply
- Powered by the WiFi ESP8266 SoC module
- HTTP API to control the relays
- MQTT support
- NTP for network time
- HTTP daemon settings, including security/authentication setup
- HTTP UI for configuration and control
- Thermostat function with weekly scheduling
- Manual relay control
- Broadcast using HTTP GET to services like ThingSpeak and emonCMS
- Integration with ThingSpeak for charting/analytics visualization
- Temperature sensor support
See more at the Three Channel WiFi Relay/Thermostat Board WiKi
Open Source firmware options:
This OpenEnergyMonitor fork of Martin Harizanov's original repository contains an adaptation of the 3 channel relay firmware for 1 channel use.
Alternatively EmonESP can also be used.
Using serial input for an external temperature sensor
Details thanks to Felix Paliuc:
- First setup the "serial" as the input for the sensor.
The temperature value must be sent in a particular way:
First you have to send an "\n" which gets interpreted as a command.
After that, you have to send the temperature value like this: serialremotetemp=
The value of the temperature must be between -3000 and 12000 which gets divided by 100 later.
Practically, I hooked a moteino to the Rx of the ESP8266 and configured the sketch to send temperature with a line like this:
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