Tuya-Convert might not be possible for this device if the manufacturer started using newest Tuya firmware since this template was published. Instead you can likely serial flash Tasmota without soldering with a flashing jig, if the device is easily opened.
All dimming and on/off functionality is controlled by an MCU that does not follow the Tuya protocol. Dimming and on/off can be set by Tasmota using simple serial commands. Reading local dimming when set by the capacitive touch panel requires a Script-enabled build and the script below to process serial status codes sent by the dimmer MCU.
Status codes take the form of 24xx012123, with xx ranging from 01 to 64 (hex 1-100).
Minimum dimming level may vary by light fixture - adjust the ‘off’ value to match your setup in the >D section.
>D 100 rng=235 dimh="" slider=0 power=0 dimval=1 a="" b="" c="" d=0 f=0 ;set the hex code below to the largest value possible that will turn off the relay with SerialSend5 off=0x7f >B dp0 rng-=off =#scDim(dimval) >E slider=Dimmer if chg[slider]>0 then ; dim according slider if slider>0 and dimval!=slider then dimval=slider =#scDim(dimval) =>SerialSend5 %dimh% endif endif if pwr!=power then if pwr==1 then =>SerialSend5 %dimh% power=1 else =>Serialsend5 00 power=0 endif endif a=SerialReceived if sl(a)>0 then ;process the first and second hex nibbles b=sb(a -8 1) c=sb(a -7 1) a="" ;convert the first nibble to decimal – max value is 0x60 f=b f*=16 ;handle second nibble which may be 0x0-0xf d=c if d==0 then switch c case "A" d=10 case "B" d=11 case "C" d=12 case "D" d=13 case "E" d=14 case "F" d=15 ends endif ;add first and second nibbles then to Tasmota dimming path f+=d =>dimmer %f% slider=f endif #scDim(dimval) dimh=hn((rng*dimval/100)+off) =>print Scaled brightness is %dimh%