HowTo: NodeRed/Tasmota – Build a Facebook(*) Icon Lamp

After I recently found a way to forward notifications from my phone to my SmartHome, I have now considered a few ways to use this “useful” as possible. At first, I had experimented with different flashing patterns of the lamps in my SmartHome.

If my mini-light chain flashes three times, this is an indication of a new whatsapp message. If it flashes four times, I have a new Facebook(*) notification. Flashing five times means a new Instagram notification, six times a new one on Twitter, seven times Pinterest. etc…

You realize yourself: This is going to be very messy.
First, this system is not very intuitive. You have to know exactly which notification is behind which number of light pulses. In addition, you have to directly count the flashes each time to assign the flashing lamp to the correct notification. So not really practical the whole thing.

So there had to be another way to be able to clearly and for every recognizable notify about the respective events. Why not just use the icons familiar to every woman and man?

And there it was: the “I fall from the loo and have the vision of the flux compensator” moment (see https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Or7P9jfhcZ0).

The first of the “Icon Lamps” was the Facebook Icon SmartHome Lamp born after a short 3D design CAD session. (And the Instagram and Whatsapp lamp)

How you can copy these and what you have to pay attention to is explained in the following article.

(*) NOTE: Facebook® and the Facebook logo are registered trademarks of Facebook, Inc. in the US and other countries.

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Safety instructions

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Requirements

Helpful Articles:
Before you start with this article you should have dealt with the basics of soldering. Information on this can be found in the following article.
Electronics – My friend the soldering iron

Required material:

In the following list you will find all the parts you need to implement this article.

Required tools:

In the following list you will find all the tools you need to implement this article.


Collect required parts

In the following picture you can see the parts you need to build your own Facebook(*) icon lamp.

On the picture is missing only the paper strip with which you will need in the last step, to cover the LED’s. Through this, the light is later distributed better and looks “flat”.

Print the required 3D parts

Download all required STL files: NodeRedTasmota – Build a Facebook Icon Lamp

Base:

Ihr könnt die 3D-Ansicht der STL-Datei mit gedrückter Maustaste rotieren. Rein- und Raus-Zoomen könnt Ihr mit dem Mausrad.


Circuit diagram

Here you will find the schematics that specify how the lamp is basically constructed.

Normal wiring diagram.
Fritzing view.

Prepare the first LED strip

For a lamp of course, the main components are the lights. In this case there are two WS812B LED strips that have to be glued into the lamp housing.

To do this, cut a piece of the 3-strand cable approx. 6cm long and remove the insulation at the ends by approx. 5mm with a side cutter or a wire stripper.
So that the individual wires of the stripped lines remain together, you must now tin the respective ends of the line with a little solder.
Now it goes to the first LED strip: This should be 5 LED’s “long”.
In order to prepare the soldering of the connection cable you tin the connection pads with some solder. Make sure you prepare the end of the LED strip where the black arrow on the LED strip points away from you. This identifies the “input side” for the control signals sent later to the LED strip.
Since you have tinned both the cable ends and the solder pads on the LED strip previously, it should now be easy to solder the line to the LED strip – as shown.
… this should look something like this. Check again if the black arrow on the LED strip points away from you towards the LED’s.

Attach the first LED strip

Have you prepared the first LED strip so this can also be glued into the lamp. The first (smaller) LED strip illuminates the “F” from the inside in your Facebook icon lamp. So the contrast of the remaining blue light is a bit clearer later.

To press the LED strip down you need at this point something long and thin enough to fit in the “F” (of the lamp). A screwdriver is a practical tool at this point, for example. 🙂
Remove the protective film from the back of the LED strip and apply some hot glue.
Now you have to be fast and put the LED strip on the back inside of the Facebook (*) – “F” …
… and press it down with the screwdriver. Make sure that you press the LED strip “tenderly”. Just enough so that the adhesive on the LED strip has contact with the housing over the entire length. The LEDs on the strip are quite sensitive and could be damaged  if too much pressure is applied in the wrong place.
The whole thing should…
… look like that.

Prepare the second LED strip

The second (longer) LED strip is responsible in the lamp for the blue “backlight” emitted from the surrounding frame. This consists of 20 WS2812B LEDs.

In order to prepare the connection of the LED strip, you have to cut off a piece of the 3-core cable that is approx. 9cm long, strip the ends (as with the previous cable) approx. 5mm and tin with some solder.
At the LED strip you have to prepare the contacts then by …
… tinning the contact surfaces – as with the previous LED strip – with a little solder. This time you tin the contact pads on both ends of the LED strip.
Then you can solder the prepared cable again with the LED strip.
This should look something like this.

Attach the second LED strip

The previously prepared second LED strip is now inserted into the outer frame of the Facebook (*) – lamp as shown. IMPORTANT: It will be positioned and glued in place later after it is connected to the other LED strip.

Now remove the protective film on the adhesive side of the LED strip and then thread it into the frame of the lamp as shown.
It is important that the end of the LED strip on which no connection cable is soldered, looks as shown in the housing. Here, in the next step, the other LED strip must be soldered.
The LED strip can now be provisionally pressed to the housing first, so it holds for the following work at least …
… until it is roughly in position.
The final positioning and fixing takes place as soon as the two LED strips are connected to each other.

Solder LED strip

So that later both LED strips can be controlled, they must still be connected together

To do this you solder the short lead of the short LED strip to the still “free” end of the long LED strip. If you have not tinned the stripped cable ends yet, you should do so now.
The solder pads of the LED strip should – if not already done – …
… be tinned with some solder.
If both the solder pads and the stripped wire ends are tinned, soldering the wire should not be a problem. Make sure again that you solder the white wire to GND, the green wire to DO and the red wire to 5V.
View of the soldered wires in the overview …
… and close-up.
If the LED strips are connected, the whole thing should look like this.

Fix LED strips neatly

The provisionally fixed LED strip can now be precisely aligned and glued correctly.

The easiest way to do this is to work your way from one end of the LED strip to the other. Press the LED strip neatly everywhere until …
… you arrived at the other end of the LED strip. Make sure that the LED strip is correctly positioned in the curves of the frame.
The line between the LED strips should then fit exactly into the free profile of the recess at the bottom of the lamp.
Check again if the LED strip fits neatly and is aligned correctly. If this is the case, you can fix the LED strip with some hot glue as shown. This is necessary because the adhesive on the double-sided adhesive back of the LED strip unfortunately does not stick very well and would otherwise peel off again over time.
Close-up of LED strip pinned with hot glue.
Close-up of LED strip pinned with hot glue.
Close-up of LED strip pinned with hot glue.

Connect the ESP8266 adapter board

In addition to the LED strips, the second “heart” of the lamp is the ESP8266 adapter board. On this sits the microcontroller, which will later control the lamp and receive control commands via WLAN. There are different adapter boards. In my opinion the most suitable is the “Wemos D1 Mini”.

It is also recommended to deactivate the LED of the ESP8266 adapter board at this point. This is described in article ESP8266 – Remove/Disable LED.

In order to be able to connect the LED strip to the adapter board, the corresponding contacts are first prepared again.
Tin the the contacts “5V”, “GND” and “D4” (in the lower left area on the illustrated board) as shown with some solder.
Now you can solder the lead of the LED strip to the adapter board. Here the red wire is soldered with the contact “5V”, the white wire with the contact “GND” and the green wire with the contact “D4” of the adapter board as shown. Make sure that no short circuits (= connections) occur between the respective contacts.
Close-up of the soldered cable on the adapter board.

Glue in the ESP8266 adapter board

The ready-connected adapter board can now be glued into the base of the lamp. If you are unsure if you have done everything right, it makes sense to omit this step first and to program the lamp first with the required firmware (see next steps). The adapter board can then also be glued in later.

So that the lamp later also stands straight and does not wobble, the adapter board must now be glued so that it disappears completely in the base of the lamp. To do this, bend the previously soldered cable slightly, making sure that no contacts are short-circuited (= connected). In addition, you should stick the adapter board in the middle to still have enough space for the plug of the USB cable, via which the lamp is later supplied with power and data (to program).
Close-up of the glued adapter board.
If you look at the lamp from the side, nothing should stick out over the outside edges.
Close-up of the glued adapter board.
Have you done everything right the lamp should now stand without tilting and both the adapter board and the USB cable should disappear in the socket.

Glue paper covers on

Your Facebook(*) lamp is almost done. The only thing that disturbs the look a bit is that you can see the “naked” LED strips directly. In order to hide these, two strips of paper measuring 32x160mm are glued into the frame.

As with the pressing on of the LED strip, the paper strip should stick to the frame starting from one end, step by step to the other end until the paper strip sits correctly, .
The second paper strip is then glued to the frame in the same pattern until the LED strip is completely covered.

Before startup, you should now follow the tips from the article Electronics – Commissioning a new circuit.


Flash Tasmota firmware

Now it’s time to transfer the Tasmota firmware to the lamp. Program the Tasmota firmware to the ESP9266 adapter board. How to do this is explained in the article Tasmota – Firmware flashing.

Below is a configuration of how I used it for my Facebook(*) lamp. Of course, you have to configure the access data for your WLAN and, if necessary, the access data for your MQTT server.

/*
  user_config.h - user specific configuration for Sonoff-Tasmota

  Copyright (C) 2018  Theo Arends

  This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
  it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
  the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
  (at your option) any later version.

  This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
  but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
  MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the
  GNU General Public License for more details.

  You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
  along with this program.  If not, see .
*/

#ifndef _USER_CONFIG_H_
#define _USER_CONFIG_H_

/*********************************************************************************************
 * This file consists of TWO sections.
 *
 * SECTION 1:
 * The first section contains PARAMETERS overriding flash settings if define CFG_HOLDER is CHANGED.
 * All parameters can be persistent changed online using commands via MQTT, WebConsole or Serial.
 *   Corresponding MQTT/Serial/Console commands are shown in [brackets]
 *
 * SECTION 2:
 * The second section contains Enabled and Disabled FEATURES allowing different program size.
 *   Changes in this section do NOT need a change of define CFG_HOLDER.
 *
 * ATTENTION:
 * Users are advised to use the user_config_override.h file for most changes.
*********************************************************************************************/

//#define USE_CONFIG_OVERRIDE                      // Uncomment to use user_config_override.h file. See README.md

/*********************************************************************************************
 * SECTION 1
 * - After initial load any change here only take effect if CFG_HOLDER is changed too
*********************************************************************************************/

// -- Master parameter control --------------------
#define CFG_HOLDER             4617              // [Reset 1] Change this value (max 32000) to load SECTION1 configuration parameters to flash

// -- Project -------------------------------------
#define PROJECT                "FacebookLampe"          // PROJECT is used as the default topic delimiter
#define MODULE                 WEMOS      // [Module] Select default model from sonoff_template.h (Should not be changed)

#define SAVE_DATA              1                 // [SaveData] Save changed parameters to Flash (0 = disable, 1 - 3600 seconds)
#define SAVE_STATE             1                 // [SetOption0] Save changed power state to Flash (0 = disable, 1 = enable)

// -- Wifi ----------------------------------------
#define WIFI_IP_ADDRESS        "0.0.0.0"         // [IpAddress1] Set to 0.0.0.0 for using DHCP or IP address
#define WIFI_GATEWAY           "192.168.0.1"   // [IpAddress2] If not using DHCP set Gateway IP address
#define WIFI_SUBNETMASK        "255.255.255.0"   // [IpAddress3] If not using DHCP set Network mask
#define WIFI_DNS               "192.168.0.1"    // [IpAddress4] If not using DHCP set DNS IP address (might be equal to WIFI_GATEWAY)

#define STA_SSID1              ""                // [Ssid1] Wifi SSID
#define STA_PASS1              ""                // [Password1] Wifi password
#define STA_SSID2              ""                // [Ssid2] Optional alternate AP Wifi SSID
#define STA_PASS2              ""                // [Password2] Optional alternate AP Wifi password
#define WIFI_CONFIG_TOOL       WIFI_MANAGER         // [WifiConfig] Default tool if wifi fails to connect
                                                 //   (WIFI_RESTART, WIFI_SMARTCONFIG, WIFI_MANAGER, WIFI_WPSCONFIG, WIFI_RETRY, WIFI_WAIT, WIFI_SERIAL)
#define WIFI_CONFIG_NO_SSID    WIFI_WPSCONFIG    // Default tool if wifi fails to connect and no SSID is configured
                                                 //   (WIFI_SMARTCONFIG, WIFI_MANAGER, WIFI_WPSCONFIG, WIFI_SERIAL)
                                                 //   *** NOTE: When WPS is disabled by USE_WPS below, WIFI_WPSCONFIG will execute WIFI_MANAGER ***
                                                 //   *** NOTE: When WIFI_MANAGER is disabled by USE_WEBSERVER below, WIFI_MANAGER will execute WIFI_SMARTCONFIG ***
                                                 //   *** NOTE: When WIFI_SMARTCONFIG is disabled by USE_SMARTCONFIG below, WIFI_SMARTCONFIG will execute WIFI_SERIAL ***

// -- Syslog --------------------------------------
#define SYS_LOG_HOST           ""                // [LogHost] (Linux) syslog host
#define SYS_LOG_PORT           514               // [LogPort] default syslog UDP port
#define SYS_LOG_LEVEL          LOG_LEVEL_NONE    // [SysLog] (LOG_LEVEL_NONE, LOG_LEVEL_ERROR, LOG_LEVEL_INFO, LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG_MORE)
#define SERIAL_LOG_LEVEL       LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG    // [SerialLog] (LOG_LEVEL_NONE, LOG_LEVEL_ERROR, LOG_LEVEL_INFO, LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG_MORE)
#define WEB_LOG_LEVEL          LOG_LEVEL_INFO    // [WebLog] (LOG_LEVEL_NONE, LOG_LEVEL_ERROR, LOG_LEVEL_INFO, LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG, LOG_LEVEL_DEBUG_MORE)

// -- Ota -----------------------------------------
#define OTA_URL                "http://sonoff.maddox.co.uk/tasmota/sonoff.bin"  // [OtaUrl]

// -- MQTT ----------------------------------------
#define MQTT_USE               1                 // [SetOption3] Select default MQTT use (0 = Off, 1 = On)

#define MQTT_HOST              "---"                // [MqttHost]
#define MQTT_FINGERPRINT1      "A5 02 FF 13 99 9F 8B 39 8E F1 83 4F 11 23 65 0B 32 36 FC 07"  // [MqttFingerprint1]
#define MQTT_FINGERPRINT2      "A5 02 FF 13 99 9F 8B 39 8E F1 83 4F 11 23 65 0B 32 36 FC 07"  // [MqttFingerprint2]
#define MQTT_PORT              1883              // [MqttPort] MQTT port (10123 on CloudMQTT)
#define MQTT_USER              "DVES_USER"       // [MqttUser] MQTT user
#define MQTT_PASS              "DVES_PASS"       // [MqttPassword] MQTT password

#define MQTT_BUTTON_RETAIN     0                 // [ButtonRetain] Button may send retain flag (0 = off, 1 = on)
#define MQTT_POWER_RETAIN      0                 // [PowerRetain] Power status message may send retain flag (0 = off, 1 = on)
#define MQTT_SWITCH_RETAIN     0                 // [SwitchRetain] Switch may send retain flag (0 = off, 1 = on)

#define MQTT_STATUS_OFF        "OFF"             // [StateText1] Command or Status result when turned off (needs to be a string like "0" or "Off")
#define MQTT_STATUS_ON         "ON"              // [StateText2] Command or Status result when turned on (needs to be a string like "1" or "On")
#define MQTT_CMND_TOGGLE       "TOGGLE"          // [StateText3] Command to send when toggling (needs to be a string like "2" or "Toggle")
#define MQTT_CMND_HOLD         "HOLD"            // [StateText4] Command to send when button is kept down for over KEY_HOLD_TIME * 0.1 seconds (needs to be a string like "HOLD")

// -- MQTT topics ---------------------------------
  // Example "tasmota/bedroom/%topic%/%prefix%/" up to 80 characers
#define MQTT_FULLTOPIC         "%prefix%/%topic%/" // [FullTopic] Subscribe and Publish full topic name - Legacy topic

// %prefix% token options
#define SUB_PREFIX             "cmnd"            // [Prefix1] Sonoff devices subscribe to %prefix%/%topic% being SUB_PREFIX/MQTT_TOPIC and SUB_PREFIX/MQTT_GRPTOPIC
#define PUB_PREFIX             "stat"            // [Prefix2] Sonoff devices publish to %prefix%/%topic% being PUB_PREFIX/MQTT_TOPIC
#define PUB_PREFIX2            "tele"            // [Prefix3] Sonoff devices publish telemetry data to %prefix%/%topic% being PUB_PREFIX2/MQTT_TOPIC/UPTIME, POWER and TIME
                                                 //   May be named the same as PUB_PREFIX
// %topic% token options (also ButtonTopic and SwitchTopic)
#define MQTT_TOPIC             PROJECT           // [Topic] (unique) MQTT device topic, set to 'PROJECT "_%06X"' for unique topic including device MAC address
#define MQTT_GRPTOPIC          "sonoffs"         // [GroupTopic] MQTT Group topic
#define MQTT_BUTTON_TOPIC      "0"               // [ButtonTopic] MQTT button topic, "0" = same as MQTT_TOPIC, set to 'PROJECT "_BTN_%06X"' for unique topic including device MAC address
#define MQTT_SWITCH_TOPIC      "0"               // [SwitchTopic] MQTT button topic, "0" = same as MQTT_TOPIC, set to 'PROJECT "_SW_%06X"' for unique topic including device MAC address
#define MQTT_CLIENT_ID         "DVES_%06X"       // [MqttClient] Also fall back topic using Chip Id = last 6 characters of MAC address

// -- MQTT - Telemetry ----------------------------
#define TELE_PERIOD            300               // [TelePeriod] Telemetry (0 = disable, 10 - 3600 seconds)

// -- MQTT - Domoticz -----------------------------
#define DOMOTICZ_UPDATE_TIMER  0                 // [DomoticzUpdateTimer] Send relay status (0 = disable, 1 - 3600 seconds)

// -- MQTT - Home Assistant Discovery -------------
#define HOME_ASSISTANT_DISCOVERY_ENABLE   0      // [SetOption19] Home Assistant Discovery (0 = Disable, 1 = Enable)

// -- HTTP ----------------------------------------
#define WEB_SERVER             2                 // [WebServer] Web server (0 = Off, 1 = Start as User, 2 = Start as Admin)
#define WEB_PASSWORD           ""                // [WebPassword] Web server Admin mode Password for WEB_USERNAME (empty string = Disable)
#define FRIENDLY_NAME          "FacebookLampe"          // [FriendlyName] Friendlyname up to 32 characters used by webpages and Alexa
#define EMULATION              EMUL_NONE         // [Emulation] Select Belkin WeMo (single relay/light) or Hue Bridge emulation (multi relay/light) (EMUL_NONE, EMUL_WEMO or EMUL_HUE)

// -- Time - Up to three NTP servers in your region
#define NTP_SERVER1            "pool.ntp.org"       // [NtpServer1] Select first NTP server by name or IP address (129.250.35.250)
#define NTP_SERVER2            "nl.pool.ntp.org"    // [NtpServer2] Select second NTP server by name or IP address (5.39.184.5)
#define NTP_SERVER3            "0.nl.pool.ntp.org"  // [NtpServer3] Select third NTP server by name or IP address (93.94.224.67)

// -- Time - Start Daylight Saving Time and timezone offset from UTC in minutes
#define TIME_DST_HEMISPHERE    North              // [TimeDst] Hemisphere (0 or North, 1 or South)
#define TIME_DST_WEEK          Last               // Week of month (0 or Last, 1 or First, 2 or Second, 3 or Third, 4 or Fourth)
#define TIME_DST_DAY           Sun                // Day of week (1 or Sun, 2 or Mon, 3 or Tue, 4 or Wed, 5 or Thu, 6 or Fri, 7 or Sat)
#define TIME_DST_MONTH         Mar                // Month (1 or Jan, 2 or Feb, 3 or Mar, 4 or Apr, 5 or May, 6 or Jun, 7 or Jul, 8 or Aug, 9 or Sep, 10 or Oct, 11 or Nov, 12 or Dec)
#define TIME_DST_HOUR          2                  // Hour (0 to 23)
#define TIME_DST_OFFSET        +120               // Offset from UTC in minutes (-780 to +780)

// -- Time - Start Standard Time and timezone offset from UTC in minutes
#define TIME_STD_HEMISPHERE    North              // [TimeStd] Hemisphere (0 or North, 1 or South)
#define TIME_STD_WEEK          Last               // Week of month (0 or Last, 1 or First, 2 or Second, 3 or Third, 4 or Fourth)
#define TIME_STD_DAY           Sun                // Day of week (1 or Sun, 2 or Mon, 3 or Tue, 4 or Wed, 5 or Thu, 6 or Fri, 7 or Sat)
#define TIME_STD_MONTH         Oct                // Month (1 or Jan, 2 or Feb, 3 or Mar, 4 or Apr, 5 or May, 6 or Jun, 7 or Jul, 8 or Aug, 9 or Sep, 10 or Oct, 11 or Nov, 12 or Dec)
#define TIME_STD_HOUR          3                  // Hour (0 to 23)
#define TIME_STD_OFFSET        +60                // Offset from UTC in minutes (-780 to +780)

// -- Location ------------------------------------
#define LATITUDE               48.858360         // [Latitude] Your location to be used with sunrise and sunset
#define LONGITUDE              2.294442          // [Longitude] Your location to be used with sunrise and sunset

// -- Application ---------------------------------
#define APP_TIMEZONE           1                 // [Timezone] +1 hour (Amsterdam) (-13 .. 14 = hours from UTC, 99 = use TIME_DST/TIME_STD)
#define APP_LEDSTATE           LED_POWER         // [LedState] Function of led
                                                 //   (LED_OFF, LED_POWER, LED_MQTTSUB, LED_POWER_MQTTSUB, LED_MQTTPUB, LED_POWER_MQTTPUB, LED_MQTT, LED_POWER_MQTT)
#define APP_PULSETIME          0                 // [PulseTime] Time in 0.1 Sec to turn off power for relay 1 (0 = disabled)
#define APP_POWERON_STATE      POWER_ALL_SAVED   // [PowerOnState] Power On Relay state
                                                 //   (POWER_ALL_OFF, POWER_ALL_ON, POWER_ALL_SAVED_TOGGLE, POWER_ALL_SAVED, POWER_ALL_ALWAYS_ON, POWER_ALL_OFF_PULSETIME_ON)
#define APP_BLINKTIME          10                // [BlinkTime] Time in 0.1 Sec to blink/toggle power for relay 1
#define APP_BLINKCOUNT         10                // [BlinkCount] Number of blinks (0 = 32000)
#define APP_SLEEP              0                 // [Sleep] Sleep time to lower energy consumption (0 = Off, 1 - 250 mSec)

#define KEY_DEBOUNCE_TIME      50                // [ButtonDebounce] Number of mSeconds button press debounce time
#define KEY_HOLD_TIME          40                // [SetOption32] Number of 0.1 seconds to hold Button or external Pushbutton before sending HOLD message
#define SWITCH_DEBOUNCE_TIME   50                // [SwitchDebounce] Number of mSeconds switch press debounce time
#define SWITCH_MODE            TOGGLE            // [SwitchMode] TOGGLE, FOLLOW, FOLLOW_INV, PUSHBUTTON, PUSHBUTTON_INV, PUSHBUTTONHOLD, PUSHBUTTONHOLD_INV, PUSHBUTTON_TOGGLE (the wall switch state)
#define WS2812_LEDS            25                // [Pixels] Number of WS2812 LEDs to start with (max is 512)

#define TEMP_CONVERSION        0                 // [SetOption8] Return temperature in (0 = Celsius or 1 = Fahrenheit)
#define TEMP_RESOLUTION        1                 // [TempRes] Maximum number of decimals (0 - 3) showing sensor Temperature
#define HUMIDITY_RESOLUTION    1                 // [HumRes] Maximum number of decimals (0 - 3) showing sensor Humidity
#define PRESSURE_RESOLUTION    1                 // [PressRes] Maximum number of decimals (0 - 3) showing sensor Pressure
#define ENERGY_RESOLUTION      3                 // [EnergyRes] Maximum number of decimals (0 - 5) showing energy usage in kWh

/*********************************************************************************************
 * END OF SECTION 1
 *
 * SECTION 2
 * - Enable a feature by removing both // in front of it
 * - Disable a feature by preceding it with //
*********************************************************************************************/

// -- Localization --------------------------------
  // If non selected the default en-GB will be used
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            bg-BG           // Bulgarian in Bulgaria
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            cs-CZ           // Czech in Czech
#define MY_LANGUAGE            de-DE           // German in Germany
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            el-GR           // Greek in Greece
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            en-GB           // English in Great Britain. Enabled by Default
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            es-AR           // Spanish in Argentina
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            fr-FR           // French in France
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            hu-HU           // Hungarian in Hungary
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            it-IT           // Italian in Italy
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            nl-NL           // Dutch in the Netherlands
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            pl-PL           // Polish in Poland
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            pt-BR           // Portuguese in Brazil
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            pt-PT           // Portuguese in Portugal
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            ru-RU           // Russian in Russia
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            tr-TR           // Turkish in Turkey
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            uk-UK           // Ukrainian in Ukrain
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            zh-CN           // Chinese (Simplified) in China
//#define MY_LANGUAGE            zh-TW           // Chinese (Traditional) in Taiwan

// -- Wifi Config tools ---------------------------
//#define USE_WPS                                  // Add support for WPS as initial wifi configuration tool (+33k code, 1k mem (5k mem with core v2.4.2+))
//#define USE_SMARTCONFIG                          // Add support for Wifi SmartConfig as initial wifi configuration tool (+23k code, +0.6k mem)

// -- OTA -----------------------------------------
#define USE_ARDUINO_OTA                          // Add optional support for Arduino OTA (+13k code)

/*-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*
 * Select ONE of possible three MQTT library types below
*-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*/
  // Default MQTT driver for both non-TLS and TLS connections. Blocks network if MQTT server is unavailable.
#define MQTT_LIBRARY_TYPE      MQTT_PUBSUBCLIENT   // Use PubSubClient library
  // Alternative MQTT driver does not block network when MQTT server is unavailable. No TLS support
//#define MQTT_LIBRARY_TYPE      MQTT_TASMOTAMQTT    // Use TasmotaMqtt library (+4k4 code, +4k mem) - non-TLS only
  // Alternative MQTT driver does not block network when MQTT server is unavailable. No TLS support
//#define MQTT_LIBRARY_TYPE      MQTT_ESPMQTTARDUINO // Use (patched) esp-mqtt-arduino library (+4k8 code, +4k mem) - non-TLS only

// -- MQTT ----------------------------------------
#define MQTT_TELE_RETAIN     0                   // Tele messages may send retain flag (0 = off, 1 = on)

// -- MQTT - Domoticz -----------------------------
//#define USE_DOMOTICZ                             // Enable Domoticz (+6k code, +0.3k mem)
  #define DOMOTICZ_IN_TOPIC    "domoticz/in"     // Domoticz Input Topic
  #define DOMOTICZ_OUT_TOPIC   "domoticz/out"    // Domoticz Output Topic

// -- MQTT - Home Assistant Discovery -------------
//#define USE_HOME_ASSISTANT                       // Enable Home Assistant Discovery Support (+2k code)
  #define HOME_ASSISTANT_DISCOVERY_PREFIX "homeassistant"  // Home Assistant discovery prefix

// -- MQTT - TLS ----------------------------------
  // !!! TLS uses a LOT OF MEMORY so be careful to enable other options at the same time !!!
//#define USE_MQTT_TLS                             // Use TLS for MQTT connection (+53k code, +15k mem)

// -- KNX IP Protocol -----------------------------
//#define USE_KNX                                  // Enable KNX IP Protocol Support (+9.4k code, +3k7 mem)
//  #define USE_KNX_WEB_MENU                       // Enable KNX WEB MENU (+8.3k code, +144 mem)

// -- HTTP ----------------------------------------
#define USE_WEBSERVER                            // Enable web server and Wifi Manager (+66k code, +8k mem)
  #define WEB_PORT             80                // Web server Port for User and Admin mode
  #define WEB_USERNAME         "admin"           // Web server Admin mode user name
  #define USE_EMULATION                          // Enable Belkin WeMo and Hue Bridge emulation for Alexa (+16k code, +2k mem)

// -- mDNS ----------------------------------------
#define USE_DISCOVERY                            // Enable mDNS for the following services (+8k code, +0.3k mem)
  #define WEBSERVER_ADVERTISE                    // Provide access to webserver by name .local/
  #define MQTT_HOST_DISCOVERY                    // Find MQTT host server (overrides MQTT_HOST if found)

// -- Time ----------------------------------------
#define USE_TIMERS                               // Add support for up to 16 timers (+2k2 code)
  #define USE_TIMERS_WEB                         // Add timer webpage support (+4k5 code)
  #define USE_SUNRISE                            // Add support for Sunrise and sunset tools (+16k)
    #define SUNRISE_DAWN_ANGLE DAWN_NORMAL       // Select desired Dawn Angle from (DAWN_NORMAL, DAWN_CIVIL, DAWN_NAUTIC, DAWN_ASTRONOMIC)

// -- Rules ---------------------------------------
#define USE_RULES                                // Add support for rules (+4k4 code)

// -- Internal Analog input -----------------------
//#define USE_ADC_VCC                              // Display Vcc in Power status. Disable for use as Analog input on selected devices

// -- One wire sensors ----------------------------
                                                 // WARNING: Select none for default one DS18B20 sensor or enable one of the following two options for multiple sensors
//#define USE_DS18x20                              // Optional for more than one DS18x20 sensors with id sort, single scan and read retry (+1k3 code)
//#define USE_DS18x20_LEGACY                       // Optional for more than one DS18x20 sensors with dynamic scan using library OneWire (+1k5 code)

// -- I2C sensors ---------------------------------
#define USE_I2C                                  // I2C using library wire (+10k code, 0k2 mem, 124 iram)

#ifdef USE_I2C
//  #define USE_SHT                                // Enable SHT1X sensor (+1k4 code)
//  #define USE_HTU                                // Enable HTU21/SI7013/SI7020/SI7021 sensor (I2C address 0x40) (+1k5 code)
    #define USE_BMP                                // Enable BMP085/BMP180/BMP280/BME280 sensor (I2C address 0x76 or 0x77) (+4k code)
//  #define USE_BME680                           // Enable support for BME680 sensor using Bosch BME680 library (+4k code)
//  #define USE_BH1750                             // Enable BH1750 sensor (I2C address 0x23 or 0x5C) (+0k5 code)
//  #define USE_VEML6070                           // Enable VEML6070 sensor (I2C addresses 0x38 and 0x39) (+0k5 code)
//  #define USE_ADS1115                            // Enable ADS1115 16 bit A/D converter (I2C address 0x48, 0x49, 0x4A or 0x4B) based on Adafruit ADS1x15 library (no library needed) (+0k7 code)
//  #define USE_ADS1115_I2CDEV                     // Enable ADS1115 16 bit A/D converter (I2C address 0x48, 0x49, 0x4A or 0x4B) using library i2cdevlib-Core and i2cdevlib-ADS1115 (+2k code)
//  #define USE_INA219                             // Enable INA219 (I2C address 0x40, 0x41 0x44 or 0x45) Low voltage and current sensor (+1k code)
//  #define USE_SHT3X                              // Enable SHT3x (I2C address 0x44 or 0x45) or SHTC3 (I2C address 0x70) sensor (+0k7 code)
//  #define USE_TSL2561                            // Enable TSL2561 sensor (I2C address 0x29, 0x39 or 0x49) using library Joba_Tsl2561 (+2k3 code)
//  #define USE_MGS                                // Enable Xadow and Grove Mutichannel Gas sensor using library Multichannel_Gas_Sensor (+10k code)
//  #define MGS_SENSOR_ADDR    0x04              // Default Mutichannel Gas sensor i2c address
//  #define USE_SGP30                              // Enable SGP30 sensor (I2C address 0x58) (+1k1 code)
//  #define USE_SI1145                             // Enable SI1145/46/47 sensor (I2C address 0x60) (+1k code)
//  #define USE_LM75AD                             // Enable LM75AD sensor (I2C addresses 0x48 - 0x4F) (+0k5 code)
//  #define USE_APDS9960                           // Enable APDS9960 Proximity Sensor (I2C address 0x39). Disables SHT and VEML6070 (+4k7 code)
//  #define USE_MCP230xx                           // Enable MCP23008/MCP23017 for GP INPUT ONLY (I2C addresses 0x20 - 0x27) providing command Sensor29 for configuration (+4k7 code)
//    #define USE_MCP230xx_OUTPUT                  // Enable MCP23008/MCP23017 OUTPUT support through sensor29 commands (+1k5 code)
//    #define USE_MCP230xx_DISPLAYOUTPUT           // Enable MCP23008/MCP23017 to display state of OUTPUT pins on Web UI (+0k2 code)
  #define USE_MPR121                             // Enable MPR121 controller (I2C addresses 0x5A, 0x5B, 0x5C and 0x5D) in input mode for touch buttons (+1k3 code)
//  #define USE_CCS811                             // Enable CCS811 sensor (I2C address 0x5A) (+2k2 code)
//  #define USE_MPU6050                            // Enable MPU6050 sensor (I2C address 0x68 AD0 low or 0x69 AD0 high) (+2k6 code)
#endif  // USE_I2C

// -- SPI sensors ---------------------------------
//#define USE_SPI                                  // SPI using library TasmotaTFT

#ifdef USE_SPI

#endif  // USE_SPI

// -- Serial sensors ------------------------------
#define USE_MHZ19                                // Add support for MH-Z19 CO2 sensor (+2k code)
#define USE_SENSEAIR                             // Add support for SenseAir K30, K70 and S8 CO2 sensor (+2k3 code)
  #define CO2_LOW              800               // Below this CO2 value show green light (needs PWM or WS2812 RG(B) led and enable with SetOption18 1)
  #define CO2_HIGH             1200              // Above this CO2 value show red light (needs PWM or WS2812 RG(B) led and enable with SetOption18 1)
#define USE_PMS5003                              // Add support for PMS5003 and PMS7003 particle concentration sensor (+1k3 code)
#define USE_NOVA_SDS                             // Add support for SDS011 and SDS021 particle concentration sensor (+0k7 code)
#define USE_PZEM004T                             // Add support for PZEM004T Energy monitor (+2k code)
#define USE_SERIAL_BRIDGE                        // Add support for software Serial Bridge (+0k8 code)
//#define USE_SDM120                               // Add support for Eastron SDM120-Modbus energy meter (+1k7 code)
  #define SDM120_SPEED         9600              // SDM120-Modbus RS485 serial speed (default: 2400 baud)
//#define USE_SDM630                               // Add support for Eastron SDM630-Modbus energy meter (+2k code)
  #define SDM630_SPEED         9600              // SDM630-Modbus RS485 serial speed (default: 9600 baud)

// -- Low level interface devices -----------------
//#define USE_IR_REMOTE                            // Send IR remote commands using library IRremoteESP8266 and ArduinoJson (+4k code, 0k3 mem, 48 iram)
//  #define USE_IR_HVAC                            // Support for HVAC system using IR (+2k code)
//  #define USE_IR_RECEIVE                         // Support for IR receiver (+5k5 code, 264 iram)

#define USE_WS2812                               // WS2812 Led string using library NeoPixelBus (+5k code, +1k mem, 232 iram) - Disable by //
  #define USE_WS2812_CTYPE     NEO_GRB           // WS2812 Color type (NEO_RGB, NEO_GRB, NEO_BRG, NEO_RBG, NEO_RGBW, NEO_GRBW)
//  #define USE_WS2812_DMA                         // DMA supports only GPIO03 (= Serial RXD) (+1k mem). When USE_WS2812_DMA is enabled expect Exceptions on Pow

//#define USE_ARILUX_RF                            // Add support for Arilux RF remote controller (+0k8 code, 252 iram (non 2.3.0))

//#define USE_SR04                                 // Add support for HC-SR04 ultrasonic devices (+1k code)

//#define USE_TM1638                               // Add support for TM1638 switches copying Switch1 .. Switch8 (+1k code)

#define USE_RF_FLASH                             // Add support for flashing the EFM8BB1 chip on the Sonoff RF Bridge. C2CK must be connected to GPIO4, C2D to GPIO5 on the PCB (+3k code)

/*********************************************************************************************
 * Debug features are only supported in development branch
*********************************************************************************************/

//#define USE_DEBUG_DRIVER                         // Use xdrv_99_debug.ino providing commands CpuChk, CfgXor, CfgDump, CfgPeek and CfgPoke

/*********************************************************************************************
 * Optional firmware configurations
 * Select none or just one for optional features and sensors as configured in sonoff_post.h
 * See RELEASENOTES.md for selected features
*********************************************************************************************/

//#define USE_CLASSIC                              // Create sonoff-classic with initial configuration tools WPS, SmartConfig and WifiManager
//#define USE_SENSORS                              // Create sonoff-sensors with useful sensors enabled
//#define USE_KNX_NO_EMULATION                     // Create sonoff-knx with KNX but without Emulation
//#define BE_MINIMAL                               // Create sonoff-minimal as intermediate firmware for OTA-MAGIC

/*********************************************************************************************
 * No user configurable items below
*********************************************************************************************/

#if defined(USE_MQTT_TLS) && defined(USE_WEBSERVER)
  #error "Select either USE_MQTT_TLS or USE_WEBSERVER as there is just not enough memory to play with"
#endif

#endif  // _USER_CONFIG_H_

Configure Tasmota firmware

So that the freshly programmed but still unconfigured firmware of the lamp also works correctly, now must be set where the LED strip is connected to the ESP8266 adapter board.

Enter the IP address of your Facebook(*) – lamp in the address bar of your browser and wait until you are greeted by the start page of the Tasmota firmware. How to find out the IP address of your devices in the network can be found in the article Display/find out the IP address of the devices in the network.
There you click on “Settings” …
… and on “configure device”.
In the drop-down list of the GPIO02 or “D4” you now set “07 WS2812”, which tells the Tasmota firmware that a WS2812 LED strip is now connected to the GPIO02.
If you have the configuration as shown, click on “Save”.
The firmware is then restarted and should be available again after about one minute.

Control of the lamp

How you can then control the lamp – to adjust the appropriate Facebook(*) – colors, among others – is described in the following article NodeRed – Control the Facebook(*)-Lamp.


If everything worked out, then your Facebook(*) – lamp should ultimately look like this.


I hope everything worked as described. If not or you have any other questions or suggestions, please let me know in the comments. Also, ideas for new projects are always welcome. 🙂

Fab

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