All posts by Łukasz Jokiel

ESP8622 z wyświetlaczem SSD1306 (OLED) DHT22, BH1750 pod ESPEasy

Domoticz part 3.1: ESP Easy on ESP8266 – remote and local OLED display with temperature, humidity, light – weather station

Previously we played around the SSD1306 OLED display as side display for Raspberry Pi. The author of ESP Easy – Richard ten Klooster ( – recently updated his project to include new sensors, so today we will update our DHT22 enabled remote sensor for Domoticz with display and light metering. Our weather station will get a remote display. I’ve created such bundle of sensors to allow both temperature and humidity measurement small shack for chopped wood but also to light the way to it after…

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Raspberry PI + BME280

BME280 in Domoticz – updating the sensor data via Python

[Update: 30.07.2017 – as of now – latest stable domoticz version supports BME280, so this is now obsolete! The Hardware menu has now I2C Sensors and BME280 is present in submenu] This is a modification of:, which after you change the IP address and port of Domoticz in ip_domoticz, and creating dummy sensor in Domoticz – “Temp+Humi+Baro” – and then changing the IDX to it’s value in: idx_dummy_bme280 – will update the sensor with the same data as you can see while running the program. This…

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DS18b20 with RPi - connections

Domoticz part 4: connecting the DS18b20 thermometer

Temperature readout is one of the first sensor we add to domoticz. It’s a very simple task and allows to connect multiple thermometers via the 1-wire bus. 1-wire means that thermometer has a single data wire, on top of VCC and GND. This wire is used to send back data to 1-wire controller and then it gets verified. What will you need? Hardware: thermometer DS18B20 (Dallas) – comes in variety of housings – usually it’s a chip with 3 pins. It’s good to measure from…

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ESP8266 on NodeMCU Amica Board with DHT22 sensor and battery power

Domoticz part 3: ESP Easy – quick and easy sensor for weather station using ESP8266

ESP8266 has become so popular that a beginner can choose from multitude of projects/firmwares and then – just start using them. Advanced IoT adopters will praise it’s quick implementation and stability. Today we will check out the Richard Ten Klooster’s project ESPEasy – Basically ESPEasy is a firmware that can be flashed onto ESP8266 – preferably ESP-12E or ESP-12F and right after boot – we can join it’s WiFi access point (AP) to configure it via web interface. No console needed. Then, it is…

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