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    dingtian-tech 2/4/8/16 Relay boards

    Ver 4.0.0.19 - Added dingtian-tech 2/4/8/16 Relay boards

    https://www.dingtian-tech.com/en_us/...html?tab=relay
    https://dtwondershop.aliexpress.com/store/3856048
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    Configuration

    Important!

    1. Device settings => "Relay Connect" => Set "TCP Server" to "Dingtian String"

    2. Device settings => "Input Link Relay" => Set "Input Control Relay" to "No"
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    Ver 4.0.0.25 - Added mDNS (Zeroconf) discovery for Dingtian relays

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      #3
      Would it be too difficult to add the Dingtian 16 channel to the PI? I tested it using the 8 channel which works but only for the first 8 channels of the 16 channel board T he all on and all off however worked to turn them all on and all off (all 16).

      Thank​

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        #4
        Originally posted by doomngloom View Post
        Would it be too difficult to add the Dingtian 16 channel to the PI? I tested it using the 8 channel which works but only for the first 8 channels of the 16 channel board T he all on and all off however worked to turn them all on and all off (all 16).

        Thank​
        Please try ver 4.0.5.5 (in BETA) - not tested. See how it goes. I assume it has 16 inputs as well?

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          #5
          Yes. 16 inputs as well. I'm testing it now

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            #6
            Everything seems to be working. There does seems to be a delay on the input changing from on to off when the input changes states and i sometimes need to refresh the page for it to show the change on the screen but that may just be a browser issue.

            ​​​​​​​Thanks for adding this so quickly

            A request though. Would you be able to create a toggle for this to have the default state as off or on? Meaning, currently all the inputs are marked as On when nothing is connected. Can you add a toggle that would reverse the state so it is all off unless active and vice versa?


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              #7
              Originally posted by doomngloom View Post
              There does seems to be a delay on the input changing from on to off when the input changes states and i sometimes need to refresh the page for it to show the change on the screen but that may just be a browser issue.
              That's the HS issue - they use 2 seconds timer in the page, and sometimes it doesn't update without refresh, especially on Chrome.

              Originally posted by doomngloom View Post
              A request though. Would you be able to create a toggle for this to have the default state as off or on? Meaning, currently all the inputs are marked as On when nothing is connected. Can you add a toggle that would reverse the state so it is all off unless active and vice versa?
              Ver 4.0.5.6 - Dingtian - inverse inputs (untested). I don't think the toggle is necessary - Dingtian boards have "pull down" inputs (I think), so 'high' actually means 'off'.

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                #8
                Looks to be working perfectly. Thanks a bunch

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