6 hours ago
Chao
Good to know this. No problem at all.
1 day ago
gito.nirmolo
(verified owner)
Hi Chao, It finally worked well at all. It happened just because of a wrong index position of PF Pulse Register. I am sorry about that.
5 days ago
Chao
Not very sure about this, but should be nothing limit, should work. We will have another full isolated version next week. You can try both later.
1 week ago
Ngo Huu Nam
Hi Is it safe to carry long time 12 - 18A 220VAC load? Thanks
3 weeks ago
Chao
Hello Gito, You can just add some loads like like to see if the current register updating / changing or not. I don't really know the error, this register update should be done by chip itself, not our board design anymore. Probably need to ask the chip company. Thank you.
3 weeks ago
Gito Nirmolo
(verified owner)
I have already tested this HLW8032 Breakout Board. I just report, Data Updata Reg Bit 7 is never inverted each PF Pulse Data Reg overflowed.
1 month ago
zavhoz2015
(verified owner)
I flashed espyeasy 2019406- works. when I flashed espeasy 20190409-fired up the led and stopped flashing. What can I do to flash the board. There is no connection and the led is on.
2 months ago
Chao
Updated quick test method using wemos, please see here: https://www.electrodragon.com/w/Energy_meter#Method_1 It is really simple anyway.
2 months ago
mandi
(verified owner)
Works with Win7 and the CH341 driver from www.wch.cn. To me this board is so versatile, so it's a must.
2 months ago
mandi
(verified owner)
Works like a charme. (Don't forget to use the driver 'njnazim' desribed) I have replaced te 6-pin single-row male connector by a 2x6-pin double-row connector. I wired DTR and other signals to the second row. Now I get the 'automatic reset' like on the original FDTI board. Really a nice little board. Using it for programming Mini Pro and others.
2 months ago
mandi
(verified owner)
The Strip works fine! I've got a strip marked with 12V GRB. It runs Warm White at rail B, as described., But Cold White runs at rail G, not on rail R, as described. That's no problem. But the strip is bared. The description says it is covered with clear silicone, not bared. I wanted to use it in a bathroom. Now I have to cover it by myself. So only 4 stars.
2 months ago
Ron Yamat
(verified owner)
Great product and wonderful customer service!!!
2 months ago
Albert
(verified owner)
These are excellent little boards. Flexible voltage regulation and very tidy enclosure - a great way to make compact and polished IoT projects with only one power supply. I've started using these for non-LED strip projects because they're just so darn versatile. I've got a couple driving SK6812 RGBW strips with no issues. Pre-soldered male headers and IO0 button make re-flashing easy. Screw terminals are convenient for testing but I would recommend instead soldering to the legs of the terminals, which are available on the underside of the board. It's even not too hard to solder directly to the pads on the ESP8266 module itself. Would love to see Vcc and Gnd marked as per a previous review - luckily this is easy to work out with some continuity testing.
2 months ago
Wil Garou
Appears to be compatible with Arduino 1.8 IDE and Pro Mini with ATm328P profile. Timing is a bit off; using the millis() function is not at all reliable for precise timing. I recommend using external oscillators or RTM modules for precise time functions. For €1.25, not bad. Useful for hobby applications, inexpensive permanent installations that aren't timing sensitive or mission-critical. W.R. Garou Lune Wolf Engineering