Recently I finished the outdoor garden lighting, follow along while I make them QuinLED compatible and install them!
Today we’re going to take a look at using QuinLED with Domoticz. First I’ll take you along while we install Domoticz on a Fedora 25 Server and then we configure it work with QuinLED.
Because we’re now living in the house I can finally get to work on installing the actual lights I’m going to be using all throughout the house. So, I made a video on how to install lights and connected them to QuinLED!
It’s been a long time in the making but I’ve finally put the final touches on my newest revision of QuinLED! This makes it version 2.6 rev 1.00. Let’s check it out!
It’s been a while since the last article and video about the ESP8266 but finally the article and video on how how to program QuinLED and then control it from your PC is here!
The next step in the series of building your own ESP8266 is to set the voltage and flash the ESP-01 with the NodeMCU firmware!
After getting all the required components together it’s time to solder them onto the QuinLED board. I made a 30 minute video going through all the steps of soldering everything together trying to show that it’s actually quite easy to do so yourself! This post also highlights on all the tools I use while working with … Continue reading ESP8266 LED lighting: QuinLED soldering tutorial & Tools
A big part of being able to build and tinker is having the correct tools and components. In this post I will show everything I use to completely solder a QuinLED board so you can get the right kit!
It’s been about 1,5 to 2 years since I started the project to create my own wirelessly controlled PWM LED dimmer. Since that time I’ve kept refining the PCB and code and this post will be a sort of revisit and revision history of QuinLED. In future posts and videos we will be doing a … Continue reading ESP8266 LED Lighting: Revisit and history of QuinLED
As you’ve been able to read in previous posts, I’m working on a lighting system in my new home based on LED downlights and LED strip. Although the LED Downlights can come with a driver, I’ve opted not to use those (and save about ~5$ per light). I will be driving both directly with DC … Continue reading ESP8266 LED lighting: LED Power Supply China vs Mean Well