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Anccy Curtain Switch
Anccy

Available from:
Amazon.de






Install method:
USB to Serial

GPIO #Component
GPIO00 LedLink
GPIO01 None
GPIO02 Led2
GPIO03 Button3
GPIO04 Relay3
GPIO05 Button2
GPIO09 None
GPIO10 None
GPIO12 Button1
GPIO13 Relay1
GPIO14 Led3
GPIO15 Relay2
GPIO16 Led1
FLAG None
Template (old version)
{"NAME":"Anccy Shutter","GPIO":[157,0,53,19,23,18,0,0,17,21,54,22,52],"FLAG":0,"BASE":18}

Relays / Buttons

  • Relay/Button 1: up (upper button)
  • Relay/Button 2: down (lower button)
  • Relay/button 3: stop (middle button)

Main Config

Template

  • template {"NAME":"Anccy Shutter","GPIO":[157,0,53,19,23,18,0,0,17,21,54,22,52],"FLAG":0,"BASE":18}
  • module 0

MQTT / Names

  • Topic anccy
  • FriendlyName Anccy
  • DeviceName Anccy

Main Options

  • SetOption80 1 # Enable Shutter Support
  • InterLock 1,2 # Lock Relay 1/2 to be set parallel
  • InterLock on # enable Lock
  • ShutterButton1 1 up 1 # define Button for UP
  • ShutterButton1 2 down 1 # define Button for Down
  • Pulsetime3 30 # Set Power on Button 3 to 3s (show LED for 3s)
  • WebButton3 ■ # Set stop symbol for the third button in the web GUI
  • PowerOnState 0 # keep relay(s) OFF after power up
  • rule1 ON Power3#State=1 DO ShutterStop1 ENDON # Button 3 (Power 3) stops shutter
  • rule1 on

All Together

First part:

Backlog template {"NAME":"Anccy Shutter","GPIO":[157,0,53,19,23,18,0,0,17,21,54,22,52],"FLAG":0,"BASE":18}; module 0; Topic anccy; FriendlyName Anccy; DeviceName Anccy

Second part:

Backlog SetOption80 1; InterLock 1,2; InterLock on; ShutterButton1 1 up 1; ShutterButton1 2 down 1; Pulsetime3 30; WebButton3 ■; PowerOnState 0; rule1 ON Power3#State=1 DO ShutterStop1 ENDON; rule1 on

Timer(s) and Rule for Timers

For this config to work, you have to set Latitude/Longitude (sunrise/sunset) and have the correct time set. To be able to set correct timer times, you also should set TimeSTD/TimeDST (daylight saving time) as well as Timezone.

  • Timers on # Enable Timers
  • Timer1 {"Enable":1,"Mode":1,"Time":"00:00","Window":0,"Days":"1111111","Repeat":1,"Output":1,"Action":3} # Sunrise
  • Timer2 {"Enable":1,"Mode":2,"Time":"00:00","Window":0,"Days":"1111111","Repeat":1,"Output":1,"Action":3} # Sunset
  • rule2 ON Clock#Timer=1 DO ShutterOpen ENDON # Rule for Timer1 (Sunrise) - Open
  • rule2 +ON Clock#Timer=2 DO ShutterClose ENDON # Rule for Timer2 (Sunset) - Close
  • rule2 on

All Together

Backlog Timers on; Timer1 {"Enable":1,"Mode":1,"Time":"00:00","Window":0,"Days":"1111111","Repeat":1,"Output":1,"Action":3}; Timer2 {"Enable":1,"Mode":2,"Time":"00:00","Window":0,"Days":"1111111","Repeat":1,"Output":1,"Action":3}; rule1 on; rule2 on; rule2 ON Clock#Timer=1 DO ShutterOpen ENDON ON Clock#Timer=2 DO ShutterClose ENDON

Calibration

Tasmota Documentation

  • ShutterOpenDuration1 17.8 # Stopwatch :)
  • ShutterCloseDuration1 16.2 # Stopwatch :)
  • ShutterSetHalfway1 63 # Close -> Set manual to 50% open -> ShutterPosition
  • ShutterEnableEndStopTime 1 # Give 1 seconds additional motor movement on end positions

The values are only examples!

There is an issue with ShutterSetHalfway1 from v8.5.1:

  • ShutterCalibration is set to odd values and the whole calibration does not work.
  • This seems to be fixed in v9.1.0

Special configuration

Use the middle button for stopping and disabling automatic timer (on holding middle button).

  • Observations show, that stop has now some more delay - reason unknown
  • Stop in WEB GUI does not work as Power3 is not evaluated for stop action
    • Power3/LED3 is now used to show timer state
    • Workaround: press UP/DOWN while shutter is in movement to stop

Some Settings

  • mem1 1 # Set Enable Automatic
  • mem2 30 # Default Blink Delay (3s)
  • SetOption32 20 # Hold Time (2s)
  • Pulsetime3 0 # Set Power on Button 3 no pulse –> controlled by rule(s)
  • InterLock 1,2 # only reay 1/2 in InterLock

Rule for Timer / LED Management

  • rule1 ON Button3#State=2 DO Backlog ShutterStop1; Power3 toggle; RuleTimer1 2 ENDON # Single Press Button3 (middle) –> Stop Shutter, RuleTimer 3 sec.
  • rule1 +ON Button3#State=3 DO event togglemem1=%mem1% ENDON # HOLD Button3 (middle) –> event togglemem1
  • rule1 +ON Rules#Timer=1 DO var1 %var1% ENDON # RuleTimer for LED –> Rewrite var11
  • rule1 +ON event#togglemem1=0 DO mem1 1 ENDON # Toggle mem1 from 0 to 1 (mem1 == 1 –> automatic)
  • rule1 +ON event#togglemem1=1 DO mem1 0 ENDON # Toggle mem1 from 1 to 0 (mem1 == 0 –> manual)
  • rule1 +ON mem1#State DO Backlog var1 %mem1%; Sub1 %var2% ENDON # Set var1 to mem1 - substract var2 (NTP status)
  • rule1 +ON var2#State DO Backlog var1 %mem1%; Sub1 %var2% ENDON # Set var1 to mem1 - substract var2 (NTP status)
  • rule1 +ON var1#State<1 DO Backlog Power3 on; Rule2 off ENDON # var1 < 1 –> LED3 off (done by Power3), Rule2 (Timer) on
  • rule1 +ON var1#State==1 DO Backlog Power3 off; Rule2 on ENDON # var1 == 1 –> LED3 on (done by Power3), Rule2 (Timer) off
  • rule1 +ON var2#State DO event blink=%value% ENDON # Start/Stop Blink on var2 change
  • rule1 +ON event#blink=1 DO Backlog delay %mem2%; Power3 toggle; event blink=%var2% ENDON # Blink event
  • rule1 +ON System#Init DO var2 1 ENDON # At Boot: var2 == 1 –> NTP not set
  • rule1 +ON Time#Initialized DO var2 0 ENDON # Afer NTP set: var2 == 0 –> NTP set
  • rule1 on

All Together

First part:

Backlog mem1 1; mem2 30; SetOption32 20; Pulsetime3 0; Interlock 1,2

Second part:

rule1 ON Button3#State=2 DO Backlog ShutterStop1; Power3 toggle; RuleTimer1 2 ENDON ON Button3#State=3 DO event togglemem1=%mem1% ENDON ON Rules#Timer=1 DO var1 %var1% ENDON ON event#togglemem1=0 DO mem1 1 ENDON ON event#togglemem1=1 DO mem1 0 ENDON ON mem1#State DO Backlog var1 %mem1%; Sub1 %var2% ENDON ON var2#State DO Backlog var1 %mem1%; Sub1 %var2% ENDON ON var1#State<1 DO Backlog Power3 on; Rule2 off ENDON ON var1#State==1 DO Backlog Power3 off; Rule2 on ENDON ON var2#State DO event blink=%value% ENDON ON event#blink=1 DO Backlog delay %mem2%; Power3 toggle; event blink=%var2% ENDON ON System#Init DO var2 1 ENDON ON Time#Initialized DO var2 0 ENDON

Flashing with serial

System is based on TYWE3S module. TuyaConvert isn’t working (Issue and collaboration). You have to use serial flashing.

Pictures

Top: top Bottom: bottom Module Pinout: Module-Pinout

Flash

You have to cut the RX connection on the bottom of the pcb. RX is connected to the middle touch button. Without cutting, flash does not work.