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Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 23 Jan 2019, 18:36
by Wiki
Today I received two of these devices: https://www.banggood.com/BlitzWolf-BW-S ... rehouse=CN

I ordered them just for curiosity. After having managed to flash them using 1M flash size ESPEasy release normal dated on 2018-12-31, I got a fan of them. They are small, able to switch 2300W, both LEDs are uncoupled from the relais, so you can use them for messaging different states, energymeter onboard. The first I have already in production - working pretty well.

The configuration I have figured out is: GPIO0 - LED red inverted. GPIO2 - LED blue inverted, GPIO13 - Switch, GPIO15 - relay

I took the same configuration and rules for relay and switch like the ones for SONOFF devices, except the GPIO ports.

The chip for energy metering should be the HJL-01 or the BL0937 as I read in the sources of tasmota. Is there any chance to include this chip in a minimal relase for being able to use OTA?

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 24 Jan 2019, 12:36
by Wiki
Aditional info:

I have found the pinout of the ESP used in this smart plug here: https://github.com/arendst/Sonoff-Tasmo ... template.h

Just search the file for Blitzwolf.

I am sorry, but my coding skills are not good enough to start programming by myself.

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 05 Feb 2019, 18:23
by Jufo
Something can move forward in this topic? Is there a chance for a dedicated ESP Easy firmware?

There is only the hard_SONOFF_POW version, but you need 4 mb of flash. BW-SHP6 has only 1 mb :(

Best Regards,
Robert

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 05 Feb 2019, 20:30
by grovkillen
We're building a portal that will be paid access only in order to get some proper income. Currently both me and TD-er is starting up our own businesses which takes some effort. Once the portal is up and running we hope to get some more traction in terms of sponsorship from the community = get 100% time to spend in ESP Easy.

So in short, that is what's needed for more attention.

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 17 Feb 2019, 19:23
by Wiki
Due to the fact that I am one of your patreons and that I love espeasy I can understand your answer - you have a pretty ambitious goal and my respect.

But its a pitty that one has to change to Tasmota for using these very useful devices. The BW-SHP2 e.g. is able to switch 3.6kW (!) and is therefore able to serve a dishwasher and delivers all the energy data you need for a real smart home - as well as the BW-SHP6. The only difference is, that the BW-SHP6 is only able to switch 2kW like the SONOFF S20.

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 17 Feb 2019, 20:38
by mrwee
Hopefully it will come. Let the guys do their thing in improving quality & structure. You can always re-flash when time comes :D

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 03 Mar 2019, 17:38
by Jufo
I changed the flash from 1MB to 4 MB (Winbond)
I used a new flash for SonOFF (ESP_Easy_mega-20190301_hard_SONOFF_POW_4M.bin)
And it works :)
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Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 03 Mar 2019, 22:30
by kimot
@Wiki

You can use normal ESP8285 bin file.
Configuration fot Blitz is described in TAsmota wiki:

GPIO_LED2_INV, // GPIO00 Red Led (1 = On, 0 = Off) - Power status
GPIO_USER, // GPIO01 Serial RXD and Optional sensor
GPIO_LED1_INV, // GPIO02 Blue Led (1 = On, 0 = Off) - Link status
GPIO_USER, // GPIO03 Serial TXD and Optional sensor
0,
GPIO_HJL_CF, // GPIO05 BL0937 or HJL-01 CF power
// GPIO06 (SD_CLK Flash)
// GPIO07 (SD_DATA0 Flash QIO/DIO/DOUT)
// GPIO08 (SD_DATA1 Flash QIO/DIO/DOUT)
0, // GPIO09 (SD_DATA2 Flash QIO or ESP8285)
0, // GPIO10 (SD_DATA3 Flash QIO or ESP8285)
// GPIO11 (SD_CMD Flash)
GPIO_NRG_SEL_INV, // GPIO12 BL0937 or HJL-01 Sel output (0 = Voltage)
GPIO_KEY1, // GPIO13 Button
GPIO_NRG_CF1, // GPIO14 BL0937 or HJL-01 CF1 current / voltage
GPIO_REL1, // GPIO15 Relay (0 = Off, 1 = On)
0, 0


So you can without any problem switch relay and change LED status with normal ESPeasy firmware.

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 16 Mar 2019, 09:24
by Jufo
kimot wrote: 03 Mar 2019, 22:30 @Wiki
You can use normal ESP8285 bin file.
but in this file you do not have the HWL8012/BL0937 module

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 03 Apr 2019, 23:40
by Wiki
Jufo wrote: 03 Mar 2019, 17:38 I changed the flash from 1MB to 4 MB (Winbond)
I used a new flash for SonOFF (ESP_Easy_mega-20190301_hard_SONOFF_POW_4M.bin)
And it works :)
Eehm, how did you add a 4M Winbond to a 8285 which is as far as I know the chip of the Blitzwolf? Do you have something like a picture?

@kimote: thats exactly what I did before I opened the thread

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 09 Nov 2019, 11:25
by Jufo
Wiki wrote: 03 Apr 2019, 23:40 Eehm, how did you add a 4M Winbond to a 8285 which is as far as I know the chip of the Blitzwolf? Do you have something like a picture?
Disassembly process:
https://github.com/arendst/Tasmota/wiki/BlitzWolf-SHP6

Replacing memory process:

1. Remove old memory
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Old memory:
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2. Mount new Winbond memory (W25Q32BVSSIG W25Q32 W25Q32B 25q32 W25Q32BVSIG 25Q32BVS)
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3. Where to buy memory ?:, for example:
https://pl.aliexpress.com/item/32431312317.html

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 11 Nov 2019, 15:52
by Wiki
Cool. As I can see, there is a 8266 inside instead of the 8285 I have read about somewhere.

Thank for sharing.

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 27 Jul 2020, 16:22
by DeirdreGraham
Hi everyone, I would like to know if I can use them now too. I think this can be a very good investment but I'm a little afraid to invest money and obtain nothing. You know these days I'm very careful about the investment that I'm making. You know I would like to invest some more money in order to develop a business. I even started to look for some ideas and found this site themoneymix.com. There I read more about investments and how to invest correctly in order to obtain an income. Also, I found some ideas there. So what d you think does this still work?

Re: Blitzwolf BW-SHP6

Posted: 27 Jul 2020, 16:28
by TD-er
DeirdreGraham wrote: 27 Jul 2020, 16:22 Hi everyone, I would like to know if I can use them now too. I think this can be a very good investment but I'm a little afraid to invest money and obtain nothing.
You can use them, but they are quite hard to flash.
Also I would not use these for currents more than a few ampere.
The Sonoff POW series are maybe a bit easier to flash as the pins needed are better reachable and the POW series have larger flash memory which makes updating them a lot easier.
Same warning about max. current applies for the Sonoff units though.