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    @Michael,

    Curious about the picture in the mcsMQTT plugin manual showing Garage Door manual parameters configuration page showing relay pulse and maximum time for input change where as mine only shows top half of parameters.
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      The Garage Door was my first Tasmota mod and there was some "hard coded" logic that worked for me, but was later changed to make it more generalized. The GPIO were selected to be 09 and 10 Switch1 and Switch2. With mcsTasmota there are 56 and 57 for Door Open and Door Closed sensors. If you select these then then relay and max time settings on the browser should be available. I dont remember what testing I did again for Door control after I added these. If you have an issue I can look back at it with one of my extra Sonoff's. I dont want to mess with my Sonoff that is working well in the garage now. There is also firmware_door.bin (December) and firmware_door_counter.bin (March) and firmware_hue.bin (May) which are images I captured as each project was done. The mcsTasmota added irrigation scheduling.

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        Thank you Michael.
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            Thank you taylormia!!!

            Very nice!!

            Node Red and Michaels mcsMQTT plugin is addicting.

            Here is my basement RPi2 - Stretch Node Red - OWFS - MQTT set up for 12 sensors which cover the main floor, garage, basement and outside.

            I massage the values with the Node Red function object for conversions of C and F and rounding off values as presented to the mcsMQTT plugin.

            BTW there are many marine coastal facilities using Davis weather stations and you can get to all of the data a few layers down on the web sites. It is all there live.

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              Thank you taylormia!!!
              Very nice!!
              You're welcome. It was fun putting it together..

              Node Red and Michaels mcsMQTT plugin is addicting.
              Yes, indeed it is

              Here is my basement RPi2 - Stretch Node Red - OWFS - MQTT set up for 12 sensors which cover the main floor, garage, basement and outside.
              What kind of sensors are you using?

              I massage the values with the Node Red function object for conversions of C and F and rounding off values as presented to the mcsMQTT plugin.
              Would you mind sharing your node-red flows for these?

              BTW there are many marine coastal facilities using Davis weather stations and you can get to all of the data a few layers down on the web sites. It is all there live.
              I live in the middle of the country, so coastal weather stations would not help me. On the bright side, I will be getting my own Davis VP2 in the next couple of months

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                What kind of sensors are you using?

                1-Wire temperature, humidity combo, dual counters (water, rain tipping bucket, lightning), barometer, et al connected to a Maxim 9097U which plugs in to the RPi running Node Red.

                Plus a Davis / Console / big buffer serial board/cable from Australia and recently purchase a MeteoStick for more sensors.

                Needed for the 1-Wire node red stuff is:

                1 - 9097U and sensors
                2 - apt get install owfs
                3 - node red modules for OWFS and MQTT.

                Here is one temperature flow. They are all the same except for the mac address of the 1-wire sensor and function to convert C to F and Mosquitto stuff.

                Here is one 7 node flow. Note the payload conversion formula is just a one liner.

                Code:
                [{"id":"871c18ec.0f366","type":"inject","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","name":"26.F37-Temp","topic":"26.F372E7000000/temperature","payload":"temperature","payloadType":"str","repeat":"10","crontab":"","once":true,"onceDelay":0.1,"x":120,"y":1000,"wires":[["d346f8db.245de"]]},{"id":"d346f8db.245de","type":"nro-read out","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","config":"f0cd99d8.329ed8","path":"26.F372E7000000/temperature","name":"26.F37-Temp","x":220,"y":1000,"wires":[["7f441e49.1d5268"]]},{"id":"7f441e49.1d5268","type":"change","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","name":"26.F37-Temp","rules":[{"t":"set","p":"retain","pt":"msg","to":"true","tot":"str"}],"action":"","property":"","from":"","to":"","reg":false,"x":320,"y":1000,"wires":[["c979bf80.9db35"]]},{"id":"c979bf80.9db35","type":"function","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","name":"26.F37-Temp","func":"msg.payload = Math.round((msg.payload * 1.8 + 32) * 10) / 10;\nreturn msg;","outputs":1,"noerr":0,"x":460,"y":1000,"wires":[["7ee40d45.3757c4","7409a181.3d403"]]},{"id":"7ee40d45.3757c4","type":"mqtt out","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","name":"26.F37-Temp","topic":"","qos":"","retain":"","broker":"8b363e4a.a0761","x":580,"y":940,"wires":[]},{"id":"7409a181.3d403","type":"debug","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","name":"26.F37-Temp","active":true,"tosidebar":true,"console":false,"tostatus":true,"complete":"payload","x":680,"y":1000,"wires":[]},{"id":"5b3b8dea.4f3fbc","type":"comment","z":"6be1d6c0.f7c008","name":"Combo Sensor Outside - HB 12VDC - 26F37","info":"","x":190,"y":960,"wires":[]},{"id":"f0cd99d8.329ed8","type":"nro-config","z":"","host":"localhost","port":"4304"},{"id":"8b363e4a.a0761","type":"mqtt-broker","z":"","name":"Temperature","broker":"localhost","port":"1883","tls":"f60d5ae5.e3919","clientid":"","usetls":false,"compatmode":true,"keepalive":"60","cleansession":true,"willTopic":"","willQos":"0","willPayload":"","birthTopic":"10.8A23CB010800/temperature","birthQos":"1","birthRetain":"true","birthPayload":"10.8A23CB010800/temperature"},{"id":"f60d5ae5.e3919","type":"tls-config","z":"","name":"pete","cert":"","key":"","ca":"","certname":"MQTT_Broker.crt","keyname":"MQTT_Broker.key","caname":"MQTT_CA.crt","verifyservercert":false}]
                Davis makes a good weather station.
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                  Relating to RF weather / Davis et al there is also a DIY combo Arduino board(s) off on a bit of a tangent here...

                  called WeatherDuino

                  Author utilizes the Davis serial language for a combination device receiver/transmitter that utilizes Davis or any other kind of weather sensor.
                  Cumulus works with this device. Thing is the author of Cumulus is retiring and now traveling / sightseeing. (hence tinkering with WeeWx - mostly python).

                  Ideally if the WeatherDuino device spoke Mosquitto ....

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                    Hey Pete, See my post on this in the HS3 Weather Discussion forum...

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                      @Michael,

                      Can I add a DHT22 combo sensor to the Sonoff Basic module and will it work with your current firmware?
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                        I branched off at Tasmota 5.9.1. I did not intentionally remove any of its capability, but added to it. I see many references to DHT22 in the source so it should work.

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                          Thank you Michael.
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                            Does the mosquito have to be installed on a ubuntu server or can it be installed on a Windows server (the same server where I have hs3 installed)?

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                              Anywhere on the network is fine for Mosquitto.

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                                Retained messages

                                Micheal, is there a way to set messages to be retained when sent via an event? I know it can be done via a script, but I would like to simplify this. If not currently available, could the feature be added to the script dialog box?

                                Best,
                                Frank

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