I bought many Sonoff and some Sonoff PRO. My light system uses switching relay which work with a (just a pulse) button. How can I do? Somebody can help me?
There is an easy way to enter in the management software and set pulse and not switch?
out of roughly 275 feature request posts.
this is a replay to Ludek Cermak's post on Dec 18th, 2017.
I can now confirm Sonoff Touch can run Tasmota and can be flashed on OTA (On The Air). Tip: to put S.Touch into configuration/flash mode see section "Getting the ITEAD-###### SSID" at https://github.com/mirko/SonOTA/wiki lonk
I need this feature , for garage ,tv etc
Hi Rubioto - don't forget to vote for this feature if you want it - It's currently 3rd most requested feature of all time.
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I really need this button to open my street door using the intercom. PLEASE INCLUDE THIS FEATURE!!! :)
There maybe a solution.
I too was wanting this pulse function for my remote operation of my garage door which I can see with my CCTV. At the moment I turn a Sonoff on and then manually turn it off after a second or two. I'm currently using the Sonoff SV (safe votlage) version which is a bare PCB type that fits neatly inside the door opener casing. Works well but would like the pulsed output simply for convenience.
I noticed that Itead do a special bare PCB version called the "1 Channel Inching /Self-Locking WiFi Wireless Switch 5V 12V". https://www.itead.cc/inching-self-locking-wifi-wireless-switch.html
This does a momentary pulse - fixed @ 1 second it seems which I can easily live with. The web-page I linked earlier mentions the 1 second inching mode when pushing the physical button on the PCB however what I don't know is if this also works the same through via the ewelink app. For US$5 I'll take the risk.
They make a 5V and 5V/12V versions with a slight price variation. I am going to order a couple of the 5V units direct from Itead. These units seem quite rare compared to the the other Sonoff device with not many to be found on ebay.
Please take a read here (in italian):
As an update to my comments a couple of weeks ago about trying the 1ch inching module on my garage door - the unit has arrived and I've tested it. It works perfectly as a garage door opener trigger with the 1 second pulse in inching mode. It's small and compact and easily sits under the cover of the garage door opener. Best $6 I could spend.