Switch Input - Switch

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Plugin details

Type: Switch Input

Name: Switch

Status: NORMAL

GitHub: P001_Switch.ino

Maintainer: TD-er

Supported hardware

Switch, Door switch, PIR sensor

Commands available

Internal GPIO handling NORMAL

Supported hardware: Relay, Servo motor

Command (GPIO/Value)

Extra information

GPIO,<GPIO>,<state>

GPIO: 0 … 16

State:

2 (HIGH-Z, input)

1 (HIGH, output)

0 (LOW, output)

Basic on/off.. We can control a pin with simple http URL commands. To change the pin to high or low steady output. Setting GPIO to 2 means that it will be able to detect low level relays (with high impedance, Z).

GPIOtoggle,<GPIO>

GPIO: 0 … 16

Toggle on/off.. Toggle the current (output) state of the given GPIO pin. When executed, it changes the pin mode to output.

LongPulse,<GPIO>,<state>,<duration>

GPIO: 0 … 16

State: 1/0

Duration: 1 … 999 S

To send a *long* pulse to a certain pin.. A long pulse is basically the same as the plain pulse. Duration is defined in seconds, which makes it more suitable for longer duration. This command is not blocking, but will send 2 events to start and stop the pulse. This may have some variation depending on the system load of the module. Variation is typically up-to 10 msec, but may be up-to a second, depending on active plugins and controllers performing blocking operations.

LongPulse_mS,<GPIO>,<state>,<duration>

GPIO: 0 … 16

State: 1/0

Duration: 10 … 15000 msec

To send a *long* pulse to a certain pin. A LongPulse_mS is the same as the regular LongPulse. The only difference is the time base in milliseconds rather than in seconds.

Pulse,<GPIO>,<state>,<duration>

GPIO: 0 … 16

State: 1/0

Duration: 0 … 1000 msec

To send a *short* pulse to a certain pin. Example to send an active high (1) pulse on GPIO 14 for 500 mSeconds. Pulse duration is in milliseconds. State is 1 or 0. N.B. this is a blocking call, meaning no other actions will be performed during the pulse.

PWM,<GPIO>,<duty>

PWM,<GPIO>,<duty>,<duration>

PWM,<GPIO>,<duty>,<duration>,<frequency>

GPIO: 0 … 15

Duty: 0 … 1023

Duration: 100 … 15000 msec (optional)

Frequency: 100 … 40000 Hz (optional)

To set a certain PWM level. If you have set a certain GPIO to a PWM level and want to use it as a regular HIGH/LOW pin you need to reset by setting the PWM level to 0.

Duration (in msec) parameter will create a fading. Value of 0 will not set a duration.

Frequency (in Hz) will be set to 1000 Hz when not given. Frequencies above 30 kHz are not stable and will likely crash the ESP.

Servo,<servo ID>,<GPIO>,<position>

GPIO: 0 … 15

Servo: 1/2

Position: -180 … 180 (see warning below)

To control a servo motor. Builds before 2020/11/22 only supported a maximum of 2 servos. Later builds allow more and no longer need the servo ID as a new ID is generated based on the GPIO pin used. To remain compatible with existing rules, the number of parameters has not changed.

Warning

Most servos are not able to turn full 360°! Normally the servos are able to go from -90° to 90°, some rare servos do allow for -135° to 135°.

A position value of 9000 will stop the PWM signal. This can be useful to save energy on servos which do not need power to remain at the same position.

Monitor,G,<GPIO>

GPIO: 0 … 16

To monitor a GPIO state. By the use of the command you will receive events when the GPIO state of that pin is changed from 1 to 0 and from 0 to 1.

UnMonitor,G,<GPIO>

GPIO: 0 … 16

To cancel the monitor of a GPIO state. By the use of the command you will stop receiving events when the GPIO state of that pin is changed from 1 to 0 and from 0 to 1.

Status,G,<GPIO>

GPIO: 0 … 16

Returns the status of a pin. By the use of the command you will receive the status of the relevant pin.

Internal GPIO handling NORMAL

Supported hardware: Buzzer (RTTTL), Piezo element, Speaker (Ringtones etc.)

Command (GPIO/Value)

Extra information

tone,<gpio>,<tone>,<duration>

GPIO: 12 … 16

Tone: 20 … 13000 Hz

Duration: 100 … 15000 msec

You should try to use GPIO 12…16 since these generally aren’t used. The recommended tone range is 20 Hz … 13 kHz. Up-to 40 kHz should be possible to generate, but will be inaudible for humans. Frequencies above 30 kHz are not stable and will likely crash the ESP.

Duration is set in ms.

N.B. tones with a duration less than 50 msec will be blocking. Longer duration will use the scheduler, which may cause some fluctuations in the duration.

rtttl,<gpio>,<value>

GPIO: 12 … 16

Value: d=<duration>,o=<octave>,b=<tempo>,<notes…>

You should try to use GPIO 12…16 since these generally aren’t used by ESP internal functions. N.B. Playing a tune is blocking for as long as the tune is playing.

Value can be defined like <name_of_melody:duration,octave,beat,notes….>

For example: rtttl,14,test:d=8,o=5,b=180,c6,b,c6,p,g,g-

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Change log

Changed in version 2.0:

added Major overhaul for 2.0 release.

improved 2019/02/26 Changed default name of value from “Switch” to “State”.

New in version 1.0:

added Initial release version.