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Yeah!I just bow to you.Excellent idea, great achievement with just simplicity.Really great project, thumbs up!!! I love it.
Really nice! Thanks. Enjoyed with kids. Will do others ;o)
Meross is now free ;o)Thanks for this instructable.
Thank you for your wise recommendations.I didn't think about live and deadly voltage, right.I will try something and let you know the result.I am used to esp01's but not yet with the "mod". I have one....because of you ;o)Anyway, thanks!
Got it soldered and flashed with my simple ftdi! Will update the things later. Have to remount the case and so on. Will try tomorrow.Fantastic idea you had with this.
Hello,Thank you for your nice instruct, exactly what I was looking for after discovering this device was not so...like I hoped. I got the same plug, and I just received my esp8266mod for this. I am planing to flash tasmota, like for my other devices.But I have a question: do I need to flash the module before soldering it or can it be done directly through the rx/tx from Meross after soldering?Thank you very much for your answer!Have a nice day.H.
I am joining other comments, your documentation about the material is just amazing. I have plenty of them, and the way you are making it understable is very valuable.Just all thumbs up!
Hello,So great, thank you.I recovered from a BAUDA with a mega2560.Thanks a lot!
Really nice instructable. Inspired me a lot. Can't wait to finish printed pieces for improvement!-Done with Marlin 1.1.9-Added HC-06 for wireless no risk controlWould be glad to share my experience if someone needs help.Thanks, had really good time.
I will have a look.Thanks for quick reply!
Really nice project. Thank you!Done with a simple esp8266-01.I have 2 questions:- I don't really understand the frequency range selection. What does it affect? Which range should I use?- Some starting idea for automatic planification with start/stop and select mode? (I have some raspberry pi and so on my hand)Thanks.
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Hello,so I will do it with 400W.Thank you so much !
Hello,Really nice instructables.My question is about power supply : would a 200 W one be ok ? What is the minimal wattage suggested for powering all the electronics ?Thanks
Nice instructable. I totally enjoy the result.Thanks !
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