ESPurna ("spark" in Catalan) is a custom firmware for ESP8285/ESP8266 based smart switches, lights and sensors. It uses the Arduino Core for ESP8266 framework and a number of 3rd party libraries.
Since last November, Max Prokhorov (@mcspr) is also working actively with ESPurna as a collaborator of the project.
Without your help this project would not be possible. I (@xoseperez) simply can't spend all the time I wish on ESPurna but luckly I recieve a lot of contributions, bug fixes, enhancement suggestions,... from people all around the world. I would like to thank each and every one of you. The contributors page shows the ones that have done a PR in the past, but I also get contributions in the issues, by email or via the gitter ESPurna channel, those I also want to thank.
Thank you all very much.
Please use the gitter ESPurna channel for support and questions, you have better chances to get fast answers from me or other ESPurna users. Open an issue here only if you feel there is a bug or you want to request an enhancement. Thank you.
- KRACK vulnerability free (when built with Arduino Core >= 2.4.0)
- Support for multiple ESP8266-based boards (check list)
- Power saving options
- Wifi AP Mode or STA mode
- Supports static IP
- Up to 5 different networks can be defined
- Scans for strongest network if more than one defined (also available in web UI)
- Handles correctly multiple AP with the same SSID
- Defaults to AP mode (also available after double clicking the main button)
- Support for WPS and Smart Config (not available in default builds)
- Network visibility
- Supports mDNS (service reporting and metadata) both server mode and client mode (.local name resolution)
- Supports NetBIOS, LLMNR and Netbios (when built with Arduino Core >= 2.4.0) and SSDP (experimental)
- Switch management
- Support for push buttons and toggle switches
- Configurable status on boot per switch (always ON, always OFF, same as before or toggle)
- Support for pulse mode per switch (normally ON or normally OFF) with configurable time
- Support for relay synchronization (all equal, only one ON, one and only on ON)
- Support for MQTT groups to sync switches between devices
- Support for delayed ON/OFF
- Support for latched relays
- MQTT enabled
- SSL/TLS support (not on regular builds, see #64)
- Switch on/off and toggle relays, group topics (sync relays between different devices)
- Report button event notifications
- Enable/disable pulse mode
- Change LED notification mode
- Remote reset the board
- Fully configurable in webUI (broker, user, password, QoS, keep alive time, retain flag, client ID)
- Scheduler to automatically turn on, off or toggle any relay at a given time and day, also change light intensity for dimmers
- Alexa integration using the FauxmoESP Library
- Google Assistant integration using IFTTT and Webhooks (Google Home, Allo)
- Domoticz integration via MQTT
- Home Assistant integration
- Support for switches (on/off)
- Support for lights (color, brightness, on/off state)
- Supports MQTT auto-discover feature (switches, lights and sensors)
- Integration via MQTT Discover or copy-pasting configuration code
- InfluxDB integration via HTTP API
- Thingspeak integration via HTTP API (HTTPS available for custom builds)
- Sonoff RF Bridge support
- Multiple virtual switches (tested with up to 16)
- MQTT-to-RF two-way bridge (no need to learn codes)
- Support for https://github.com/Portisch/RF-Bridge-EFM8BB1 custom firmware
- Support for direct control of the encoder/decoder bypassing the EFM8BB1
- Support for different sensors
- DHT11 / DHT12 / DHT22 / DHT21 / AM2301 / Itead's SI7021
- BMP280 and BME280 temperature, humidity (BME280) and pressure sensor by Bosch
- TMP35 and TMP36 analog temperature sensors
- NTC temperature sensors
- SI7021 temperature and humidity sensor
- SHT3X temperature and humidity sensor over I2C (Wemos shield)
- AM2320 temperature and humidity sensor over I2C
- Dallas OneWire sensors like the DS18B20
- MHZ19 CO2 sensor
- SenseAir S8 CO2 sensor
- PMSX003/PMS5003T/ST dust sensors
- BH1750 luminosity sensor
- GUVAS12SD UV sensor
- GEIGER COUNTER by RH Electronics
- HC-SR04, SRF05, SRF06, DYP-ME007, JSN-SR04T & Parallax PING)))™ distance sensors
- Power monitoring
- HLW8012 using the HLW8012 Library (Sonoff POW)
- CSE7766 and CSE7759B power monitor chips
- HJL-01 and BL0937 power monitor chips
- Non-invasive current sensor using internal ADC or ADC712 or ADC121 or ADS1115
- V9261F power monitor chip
- PZEM0004T power monitor board
- Raw analog and digital sensors
- Simple pulse counter with event triggering option
- Support for (almost) any UART based sensor via the UART-to-MQTT module
- Support for different units (Fahrenheit or Celsius, Watts or Kilowatts, Joules or kWh)
- Support for LED lights
- MY92XX-based light bulbs and PWM LED strips (dimmers) up to 5 channels (RGB, cold white and warm white, for instance)
- Support for CCT lights
- RGB and HSV color codes supported
- Manage channels individually
- Temperature color supported (in mired and kelvin) via MQTT / REST API
- Flicker-free PWM management
- Soft color transitions
- Color synchronization between light using MQTT
- Option to have separate switches for each channel
- Support for simple 433MHz RF receivers
- Support for UART-to-MQTT bidirectional bridge
- Fast asynchronous HTTP Server and cool Web User Interface
- Configurable port
- Basic authentication
- Web-based configuration
- Relay switching and sensor data from the web interface
- Handle color, brightness, and white/warm channels for lights
- Websockets-based communication between the device and the browser
- Backup and restore settings option
- Upgrade firmware from the web interface
- Works great behind a secured reverse proxy
- REST API (enable/disable from web interface)
- GET and PUT relay status (including pulses)
- Change light color (for supported hardware)
- GET sensor data (power, current, voltage, temperature and humidity) depending on the available hardware
- Works great behind a secured reverse proxy
- RPC API (enable/disable from web interface)
- Remote reset the board
- Over-The-Air (OTA) updates even for 1Mb boards
- Manually from PlatformIO or Arduino IDE
- Automatic updates through the NoFUSS Library
- Update from web interface using pre-built images
- Command line configuration
- Change configuration
- Run special commands
- Telnet support
- Enable/disable via the web UI
- Shows debug info and allows to run terminal commands
- NTP for time synchronization
- Supports worldwide time zones
- Compatible with DST (EU and USA)
- Unstable system check
- Detects unstable system (crashes on boot continuously) and defaults to a stable system
- Only WiFi AP, OTA and Telnet available if system is flagged as unstable
- Configurable LED notifications based on WiFi status, relays status or MQTT messages.
- Button interface
- Click to toggle relays
- Double click to enter AP mode (only main button)
- Long click (>1 second) to reboot device (only main button)
- Extra long click (>10 seconds) to go back to factory settings (only main button)
- Specific definitions for touch button devices (ESPurna Switch, Sonoff Touch & T1)
- Configuration stored in different sectors to prevent data loosing and corruption
Please use gitter for support and questions, you have better chances to get fast answers by me or other ESPurna users. Open an issue here only if you feel there is a bug or you want to request an enhancement. Thank you.
This repository has been migrated from Bitbucket to GitHub. There were a number of reason to migrate the repository to GitHub. I like Bitbucket and I'm still using it for a lot of projects, but ESPurna has grown and its community as well. Some users have complain about Bitbucket not being enough community-focused. This change is mainly aimed to use a platform with greater acceptance on the open-source community and tools better suited to them (to you), like the possibility to contribute to the documentation in an easy way.
What happened with all the info in Bitbucket? Well, most of it has been ported to GitHub, albeit with some quirks:
- Code has, of course been migrated completely
- Issues are all on GitHub already but all issues and comments show up as reported by me. The original reporter is referenced inside the body of the issue (or comment) with a link to his/her profile at Bitbucket and a link to his/her profile at GitHub if it happens to be the same username. I suggest all reporters to subscribe to the issues they originally filed (search for your BitBucket username to list them).
- Pull requests historic has not been migrated. At the moment of the migration all pull-requests have been either merged or declined. Of course, those PR merged are in the code base, but the historic and comments in the PR pages will be lost.
- Documentation it's on it way, first step will be to migrate existing wiki, maybe with a new TOC structure
- Watchers, Forks, I'm afraid they are all gone. Visit the new repo home and click on the "Watch" button on the top right. And as you do it click also on the "Star" button too :)
I apologize for any inconvenience this migration may have caused. I have decided to do it the hard way.
As of current version (1.12.0) ESPurna is tested using Arduino Core 2.3.0 and it's meant to be built against that version.
Since version 1.9.0 the default MQTT topics for commands have changed. They all now end with "/set". This means you will have to change your controller software (Node-RED or alike) to send messages to -for instance- "/home/living/light/relay/0/set". The device will publish its state in "/home/living/light/relay/0" like before.
Default flash layout changed in 1.8.3, as an unpredicted consequence devices will not be able to persist/retrieve configuration if flashed with 1.8.3 via OTA from PlatformIO. Please check issue #187.
There are several ways to contribute to ESPurna development. You can contribute to the repository by doing:
- Pull requests (fixes, enhancements, new features... are very welcome)
- Documentation (I reckon I'm bad at it)
- Testing (filing issues or help resolving them, they take a lot of time and sometimes I don't have the required hardware to test them all)
And of course you can always buy me a beer, coffee, tea,... via the donation button below.
For more information please refer to the ESPurna Wiki.
Here is the list of supported hardware. For more information please refer to the ESPurna Wiki Hardware page.
Other supported boards (beta): KMC 4 Outlet, Gosund WS1, MakerFocus Intelligent Module LM33 for Lamps
Copyright (C) 2016-2018 by Xose Pérez (@xoseperez)
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