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Master Geek


# 253102 25-Jul-2019 22:12
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I playing with these - $15 delivered with colour screen, battery etc.

 

Working on getting dryer sensor to work using built in vibration sensor to work with Home Assistant and generally playing. Great value for money.

 

 

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  # 2283764 25-Jul-2019 22:15
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Very cool! I'll give this a shot. 

 

 

 

I've got a few of the ESP32 DEV Boards, around the place for bluetooth Xiaomi Temperature Sensors in hard to reach places.


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  # 2283802 26-Jul-2019 06:28
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@prob, how for away are you from hooking this to HA?

 

Would it then be a binary sensor? Something else?


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  # 2284201 26-Jul-2019 13:39
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Great price... AliX has them at NZ$15 + $7 shipping. Wish I could think of something I need it for. :)

 

 




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  # 2284353 26-Jul-2019 18:39
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I'm just at the beginning. A problem is that the motion sensor used is not one commonly employed. However, there is a library. Will report once I know more.

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