ESP 360 Remote

A powerful ESP32-based IR/RF remote with sensors and easy integration into Home Assistant

Dec 04, 2023

Project update 12 of 12

Submit a Field Report and Share Your Configuration!

by Alessandro A

Hello everyone, how’s it going? I hope you’ve received your ESP 360 Remote and have already got yours up and running!

If you’ve 3D-printed the case in a particular color/material, if you’ve set up some cool automation, or if you’re doing something interesting with the board, it would be cool to send in a field report and share with other people! You might be selected to win a $50 credit to spend on Crowd Supply, in addition to potentially appearing in an official project update to all backers, being included in the Crowd Supply newsletter, or even being shared on social media!

Also, on the GitHub repository, you’ll find a new folder where those who have already configured their Remotes can share their configurations (just the transmitter and/or receiver, and in the case of various buttons, already identified). A pull request from GitHub would be really appreciated! The goal is to help each other out and save time, especially for Remotes that are a bit trickier to replicate if someone has already got them working. This tutorial, made by an user of the Discord server, is a great example of what I mean! However, as I said, sharing the configuration could be enough. There are only a few at the moment, but I hope many of you can contribute!

That’s all for today. I want to remind you, as always, about the existence of the Discord server, where you can ask me questions directly or engage with other users for any questions or suggestions!

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