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  • Nodemcu garage remote using MQTT and Tasmota

    Been playing with MQTT and learning with LED controllers so I decided to make a test setup with a Nodemcu board to test other things. I added a few arcade switches I had mounted in a big enclosure that I'll probably use in the garage now (I first gave to my wife and told her it was her new bedside remote, wow). This thing is lightning fast and fairly indestructible, have five switches sending commands to HS3 and from there anything can happen. Still learning all this MQTT stuff, but its very interesting what all can be done, this remote really simple but still very usefull.

    John

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    You will find solutions for problems you havent even thought about yet :-) It's highly addictive
    HS 2.2.0.11

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      Nice stuff there John.

      I have to get back to looking at my Arduino's.
      - Pete

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