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sonoffSonoff from iTead.cc is a small box with an ESP8266, a transformer and a relay, 2 connectors for input and output AC, supports 110-220v AC and costs 5 USD on eBay! How to resist? Don't! Just buy it!
Usage? I use one of these puppies now to control my home file server: it's a Raspi 2 with an USB HDD connected. I use it once a month these days, it doesn't need to be always on (waste of energy and ageing of the Raspi & HDD). Now, my SonOFF controls them so I can turn on the pair, do what I need, watch that movie, and turn it off after. Big saving of energy ! (^_^)v
Points of interrestAn ESP8266 with transformer and realy for 5USD: do I need to say more??
ReviewThat has been done somewhere else on the net, just let me write down my thoughts about it.
How to programWiring schematics is below: plug your 3.3v voltage converter, and hit upload in your Arduino:
Pinout (taken here)
Source codeOn GitHub as usual, the "sonoff_"... projects.
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