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by viewcart
22 Jul 2020, 21:53
Forum: ESP Easy: General Discussion
Topic: Detect power consumption with ESPeasy
Replies: 2
Views: 11970

Re: Detect power consumption with ESPeasy

If you have a digital scope, you could use that to get a current vs time plot. Then, if you want total consumption, just integrate.
by viewcart
22 Jul 2020, 21:31
Forum: ESP Easy: Software
Topic: SerialSendHex
Replies: 1
Views: 5199

Re: SerialSendHex

The Serial.write(buf, length) function sends your data as bytes. It sounds like you want to send your data as ASCII so that a serial terminal will display strings like '55'. For that you need to use Serial.print(n, HEX) in a loop to process your buffer. Note when you send a byte with Serial.write it...
by viewcart
22 Jul 2020, 21:03
Forum: ESP Easy: Projects / Applications
Topic: ESP8266 Thermostat
Replies: 42
Views: 44488

Re: ESP8266 Thermostat

The thermostat is not battery operated it is a OpenTherm version, of you close the contacts on an OpenTherm boiler you will probably kill the boiler print. It is indeed a OpenTherm unit, hence the text modulation on the front plate. You should get yourself an OpenTherm gateway which is placed in bet...
by viewcart
22 Jul 2020, 17:23
Forum: ESP Easy: General Discussion
Topic: UTC Time settings
Replies: 3
Views: 4843

Re: UTC Time settings

My clocks use the ESP's built-in NTP service, plus the TimeZone library to map to an appropriate local time. It pretty much Just Works if you follow the various examples. Keeping the ESP clock in UTC time and mapping to local time is the easiest way to solve the whole DST problem (and it's the same ...