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  • #695

    italoc
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    let me know, i’m very intrested

    #696

    CuriousG
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    As a followup on my Blynk notifications with the Nexus 5X, it has been resolved when Blynk updated their app yesterday which had compatibility issues with Android Oreo.

    #697

    lawrence_jeff
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    Actually either type of sensor will work, there are two options (one to mount on the bottom of the door and one at the top) since these would be closed at opposite times one of the two will work with a NO or NC sensor (depending on where you mount it)

    (With my firmware at least)

    #698

    lawrence_jeff
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    That should be fine, I will post more info on the connection of the sensor, do you use an official device or DIY?

    #699

    italoc
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    #700

    lawrence_jeff
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    thank you Lawrence

    I think to use this sensor

    https://www.amazon.it/dp/B00901DDYU/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=WKAFHZHA7NIZ&coliid=I2DJ6UQLXIA59N

    I’m waiting your info

    I would expect that switch to work fine. Just to be clear though you don’t really need this with an official opengarage device unless for some reason the built in ultrasonic sensor won’t work for some reason.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 9 months ago by  lawrence_jeff.
    #702

    italoc
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    I would expect that switch to work fine. Just to be clear though you don’t really need this with an official opengarage device unless for some reason the built in ultrasonic sensor won’t work for some reason.

    in this case i don’t need ultrasonic sensor but only a magnetic sensor… can you say mw how connect the sensor to official opengarage?

    thanks

    #703

    sirotkaslo
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    I was thinking about using the magnetic sensor for closed/open state and the ultrasonic one for movement detection, as I dont have a car in my garage, but 2 motorcycles and would have to move the ultrasonic sensor to a different location. But now thinking about this, I will probably just buy the xiaomi sensor and use the ultrasonic one on my door and the magnetic one on roller doors. Thanks

    #704

    lawrence_jeff
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    I was thinking about using the magnetic sensor for closed/open state and the ultrasonic one for movement detection, as I dont have a car in my garage, but 2 motorcycles and would have to move the ultrasonic sensor to a different location. But now thinking about this, I will probably just buy the xiaomi sensor and use the ultrasonic one on my door and the magnetic one on roller doors. Thanks

    Not 100% sure I understand what you are proposing (not familiar with Xiamoi device) but just to be clear, with Opengarage (or my extended firmware) you can only monitor one door, its an either ultrasonic or magnetic. You seemed to be indicating monitoring two doors so just wanted to make sure you understood.

    #705

    sirotkaslo
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    I’m sorry, English isn’t my native language. I have only one door, but I thought about using the magnetic sensor for door status and ultrasonic for movement detection. Instead I will use ultrasonic version on my door (section garage door) with xiaomi pir sensor for movement. For my friend I will use your modified version, as he has roller doors and cant use ultrasonic sensor for it.

    #712

    italoc
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    Hi lawrence_jeff,

    during this week i receive all material for test your firmware, can you explain me how to connect a magnetic sensor to an official opengarage device?

    I suppose to connect to GPIO4 and GPIO5, but it’s only my personal opinion….

    thanks

    #713

    lawrence_jeff
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    Yes – I was intending to write it up along with instructions on how to add my firmware, I will try to do it tonight. The only part I am unsure on is exactly how to access the header on an official opengarage device, I don’t have one myself I have a custom made one using the same components.

    According to the schematic the header is at the top of the board but i don’t see any opening in the case to access it. Do you have the device yet?

    Jeff

    #714

    italoc
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    Yes, I just have one official OpenGarage device that I use for my internal garage door, I’M waiting the second for the external gate

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    #717

    lawrence_jeff
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    @italoc Instructions for the magnetic switch can be found at the end of my updated readme. Let me know if you have any questions. If you go through these and wire it up please send me a picture so I can include it.

    https://github.com/lawrence-jeff/OpenGarage-Firmware/blob/master/README.md

    #719

    italoc
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    Hi lawrence_jeff,

    during this week-end i think to receive a new official opengarage and i try to mount the sensor, and of course i send you some picture.

    the GPIO4 and GND contact are located on the LEFT-TOP of the device.

    i have installed your firmware on my actual opengarage and seems to work very well and much better than original firmware, but the interface have some difference with your screenshot, for example i cant see VEHICLE TRESHOLD field, it’s normal?

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