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  • Voice Control of a Ceiling Fan with Alexa

    Yes when light is sent it does turn on at lowest brightness, every time light is sent the light gets brighter. But no way to turn light off. If you send off it just stops the fan. So I am guessing the light signal you have is for the light to turn on and then add 1 to the brightness.

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  • Voice Control of a Ceiling Fan with Alexa

    After compiling a few times it works. Works well thank you. Do you know how to shut light off?

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  • Voice Control of a Ceiling Fan with Alexa

    I have started this project and get the following code errors:In file included from fantastic.cpp:3:0:fantypes.h:4:5: error: 'boolean' does not name a type boolean power; ^fantypes.h:10:35: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal SHORT_ON { true, 400 }; ^fantypes.h:11:37: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal SHORT_OFF { false, 500 }; ^fantypes.h:12:34: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal LONG_ON { true, 850 }; ^fantypes.h:13:36: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal LONG_OFF { false, 950 }; ^fantastic.cpp: In function 'void transmit(signal*)':fantastic...see more »I have started this project and get the following code errors:In file included from fantastic.cpp:3:0:fantypes.h:4:5: error: 'boolean' does not name a type boolean power; ^fantypes.h:10:35: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal SHORT_ON { true, 400 }; ^fantypes.h:11:37: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal SHORT_OFF { false, 500 }; ^fantypes.h:12:34: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal LONG_ON { true, 850 }; ^fantypes.h:13:36: error: too many initializers for 'const signal' const signal LONG_OFF { false, 950 }; ^fantastic.cpp: In function 'void transmit(signal*)':fantastic.cpp:17:52: error: 'struct signal' has no member named 'power' ^fantastic.cpp:21:45: error: 'struct signal' has no member named 'power' void transmit(signal array[16] = sig_preamble) { ^fantastic.cpp:24:39: error: 'const struct signal' has no member named 'power' for (int pre = 0; pre < 32; ++pre) { // Preamble ^fantastic.cpp:26:40: error: 'const struct signal' has no member named 'power' delayMicroseconds (sig_preamble[pre].duration); ^

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