Update: Flashing Tasmota Firmware Gets Easier

This updates the following posts: Fast and Easy Way to Falsh Tasmota Firmware for Sonoff Devices Flashing New Firmware in Sonoff RF Bridge Tasmota v6.5.0 has been released. This comes with the Web UI for configuration. If you are following my previous write-up to flash, you do not need Termite (or other serial communication monitors) […]

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Flashing new firmware in Sonoff RF bridge

This follows my previous article on Fast and Easy Way to Flash Tasmota Firmware for Sonoff Devices. Update: See simplified Web UI configuration. Sonoff RF bridge is a nice little gadget that converts 433 MHz (433.92 MHZ, to be precise) signals from RF senosors (such as motion and contact sensors) and switches (such as Key […]

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Fast and Easy Way to Flash Tasmota Firmware for Sonoff Devices

Tosmota is a open source firmware that converts a black box Sonoff device to secure and extend its capabilities. There are several ways to flash a firmware to an ESP8266 based Sonoff devices. These include using Arduino IDE or PlatformIO. However these are slow and tedious methods (unless you want to edit several parts of […]

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Serial Connections to ESP8266 NodeMcu in MacOS

NodeMcu ESP 8266 microcontroller boards are very cheap and have mini USB for connector for communication. However communicating to NodeMcu using Arduino IDE can be very frustrating. ESP8266 uses Silocon Labs CP210x for communication. Drivers for this are not available in Mac OS. (I am not sure about windows, they may also have the same […]

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