h4nc over at the HomeAssistant community forums has put together a spectacular ready-made hardware set for my ESP8266 MiLight Hub software. This includes a PCB and a 3D-printed case.
These look super snazzy, and will remove a lot of the guesswork from the setup process (skip the jumper wire fiddling and head-scratching when you read the pinout wrong!)
Awesome job, h4nc!
h4nc is offering ready-made kits which include:
- A NodeMCU pre-flashed with the latest version of ESP8266 MiLight Hub
- An nRF24 module with antenna
- 3D-printed case
To order one for yourself, please get in touch with him at h4nc.zigbee(a)gmail.com, or drop him a PM on the HomeAssistant community forum.
You can see (and leave) feedback on h4nc’s readymade kits on the aforementioned HomeAssistant forum post.
h4nc graciously open-sourced his work. You can find the Gerber files on Github, and the 3D-printable STLs on Thingiverse.
If you do end up making one of these for yourself, please consider a donation to h4nc. Contact him at h4nc.zigbee(a)gmail.com.
i want to order an ESP8266 MiLight from Hub@gmail.com
but is it easy to install it on my Raspberry 4 8Gb with homeassistant?
and works it with Milight lamps