The creator of this ESPHome project wanted to pack as much information on their 4.2″ e-paper screen from Waveshare as possible.
This comparison will help you make the right choice when planning an ESPHome air quality sensor by taking a look at the supported particulate sensors.
These custom components for ESPHome integrate with numerous Bluetooth devices from Xiaomi that are not (yet) officially integrated with ESPHome.
ESPHome 2021.10 introduces the ESP-IDF that allows tinkerers and makers to use three ESP32 variants: the ESP32-S2, ESP32-S3, and ESP32-C3.
As of ESPHome 2021.9.0, you can easily integrate the Airthings Wave Plus, a CO2, VOC, and Radon sensor, with Home Assistant.
At its core, The ESP8266 is a low-cost Wi-Fi (b/g/n) microchip, released in 2013. With ESPHome, it can be used to read sensors, build lights, and more.
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GPIOs are what ESPHome uses to gather data from sensors, detect button pushes, push data to other devices, and more.
The ESP32 is a low-cost, low-power, and ESPHome-compatible system on a chip microcontroller.
In some cases, the ESPHome dashboard will show all nodes as offline, despite them being online. A single variable is the fix.