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I didn't directly associate. Maybe I just read it very late in the night. Thanks for coming back and clarify. Best regardsSergio
On a nodeMCU 1.0 (ESP-12E), it seems to work without the need to press the buttons. - Arduino IDE 1.8.12- Connected with usb cableThanks for the clear instructions.
Hidden switch is very easy to implement. Additional hardware: switch and a couple of wiresChange in software: just a few extra lines as wellFor a remote transmiter, although not very complicated, requires the additional module, connections and extra coding. I guess the original idea from the author was also to keep this simple.
Then you should adapt the code to your needs. How would you like to control it? Are you comfortable with coding?
It's random. " naughtyOrNice = random(2); "https://github.com/technochic/BrownDogGadgets/blob/227524d61deefb07556a424c1da5f6b28b596c4b/SantaHat/SantaHat.ino#L63
Very nice idea. Great work.
When using the LM35, it's a good idea to use the internal voltage reference instead of the 5v.This will make the maximum value of the ADC converter to 1.1v, thus increasing the resolution of the converted value. On the setup function, add the following lineanalogReference(INTERNAL); // 1.1 ref. [LM35 outputs 1v when 100ºC]Then, on the loop function change from temp=(5.0*temp*1000.0)/(1024*10);Totemp=(1.1*temp*1000.0)/(1024*10);Ideally, you could read the true Aref voltage (with a multi-meter) and use this value instead of 1.1
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