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There is no openhab rule file needed. The sonoff turns off after a second so this updates openhab that its off
I dont have one if if this link is correct then its the same process you just need to cut the mains links and join them on the non live side.https://forum.creationx.de/forum/index.php?thread/1940-info-sonoff-basic-r3-und-basic-rfr3/
Thanks for your feedback i will look at making a few changes.
Thanks for the tip, the main problem was i has a disposable argoshield bottle that had run out and i didnt realise so most of the welds were with no gas.
I saw one that you sat on a fire that was a 44 gallon drum and they wrapped that to keep the heat in. This is why i chose a vessel with a smaller diameter as i thought this would not be needed. Grteat sugestion though may try.
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in the console you just add that command, you need to adjust it so that switch1 is the right contact
Yes will work fine, i have moved to Tasmota for my other devices but i havent changed this device as its working fine. In Tasmota you would need to add a rule to the switch to make it disconnect after 1 second. The rule would look likerule1 on Power1#State=1 do ruletimer1 1 endon on rules#timer=1 do Power1 off endon
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I use openhab
it connects to the button terminals, it does not drive the motor just relays the button tomopen
I don’t use smart things but I would assume a simple http call from there would work
I’m sure that will also work yes, I like the sonoff devices as the sensor can also connect
the button circuit is not a mains voltage loop where this will put mains to it which will not work.
both if you want, web page is there already and app integration is easy
You can choose in the software if you want high or low for open or closed so its easy to adjust if you use a different contact switch
i have not tried Tasmota but EasyESP is so easy im sticking with that for now, No coding except for rules but they are quite easy to follow from examples.
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