ESP8266_DTH11_Umidity_Temperature_POT_Control

In this Flow I have tried to make a smart socket, using an ESP8266-12E, DHT11 sensor, potentiometer 10K, one SSR, or relay, or other power interface device.

My idea is, if the temperature determined by the potentiometer that would be the setpoint, exceeds that determined by the user, the socket is energized, so, what is connected to this socket will connect, for example a fan.

In this way you can determine that depending on the ambient temperature, an outlet switches on or off a device.

I used a broker on my own computer, but you can use what suits you best, determine the broker IP in the corresponding place in the docigo of ESP8266

More information in my github, I try to update always. https://github.com/ckwiek/Smart-socket-ESP8266-NODE-RED

Please, if you find any errors, I thank you let me know to fix

My contac is [email protected]

Thank you.

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ckwiek

Flow Info

created 2 weeks, 4 days ago

Node Types

Core
  • debug (x3)
  • mqtt in (x3)
  • mqtt-broker (x1)
Other
  • ui_gauge (x3)
  • ui_group (x1)
  • ui_tab (x1)

Tags

  • ESP8266
  • DHT11
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