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  • #16
    OTA, so critical in my opinion, so +1

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    • #17
      Arrived back home and compiled and loaded a nodeMCU with my API sketch. This version has OTA built in. While I was away I could only do limited testing since I couldn't connect to a HS3 system. But it did compile clean so I was hopeful. Plugged the board in and ......... it worked well. First I loaded it with the USB cable and then reloaded with OTA from the IDE. Much more testing to do.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by logbuilder View Post
        Arrived back home and compiled and loaded a nodeMCU with my API sketch. This version has OTA built in. While I was away I could only do limited testing since I couldn't connect to a HS3 system. But it did compile clean so I was hopeful. Plugged the board in and ......... it worked well. First I loaded it with the USB cable and then reloaded with OTA from the IDE. Much more testing to do.
        That is a great news, I will look forward for you to post more about it. Thanks for continuing support and help.
        Aldo

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        • #19
          Update: Just loaded one of my 'production' boards. Had to bring it to the bench to do wired update. It updated just fine and I tested by doing a second update via OTA. Migration of the OTA changes is quite simple. I'll create a separate thread just for OTA that will contain the code.

          It was nice to think that I will not have to retrieve it for updates in the future. I hope this OTA stuff is reliable. 8 more to update.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by zwolfpack View Post
            I believe the corresponding pins on the ESP32 are simply IO4, IO2, IO12, IO13, IO16, IO5.
            Sorry I took so long to get back on the ESP32 pin numbers and my lack of understanding of them. @xwolfpack was absolutely correct. I plugged a DHT11 into P2 on the ESP32 and in the sketch I just said pin 2. Works fine. I was way overthinking it. I guess the quirkiness of the ESP8266 made me think the ESP32 was probably the same. My bad.

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