Teekar Wi-Fi Light 1 Gang Switch
Teekar Wi-Fi Light 1 Gang

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GPIO #Component
GPIO00 None
GPIO01 None
GPIO02 User
GPIO03 None
GPIO04 User
GPIO05 Relay1
GPIO09 None
GPIO10 None
GPIO12 None
GPIO13 User
GPIO14 Button1
GPIO15 None
GPIO16 User


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Tuya-Convert might not be possible for this device if the manufacturer started using newest Tuya firmware since this template was published (2019-12-31).

Hints on configuring the user defind GPIOs

This is done under: Main Menu -> Configuration -> Configure module

GPIO 04 -> connected to Link LED. Set it to LedLink (157) to activate, or to None (0) to turn the small hidden blue LED off.

To control the color of the RGB LED of the touchpad, you can play with GPIO 02 (wired to RED), GPIO 13 (wired to GREEN) and GPIO 16 (wired to BLUE). Keep in mind that Led1i will be turned on / off with the switch, Led2 and Led3 are always on. Here is a table with a couple of combinations:

GPIO 02 (R) GPIO 13 (G) GPIO 16 (B) LED Color when switch ON LED Color when switch OFF
None Led1i None Green Off
Led1 None Led2 Blue Purple
Led1 None None Off Red
None None Led1i Blue Off
None Led2 Led1 Green Cyan
None None None Off Off

** Please be aware: ** The touchpad of the device has a long lag in its hardware. It stays “touched” for 7-8 seconds after you touch it, even if your finger is away after 1 second. Once you touch it, you have to wait 7-8 seconds to touch it again. This is related to the hardware itself, do not blame Tasmota for it. In order to still be able to use the switch, you should set your options via console to the following:

SetOption1 1 SetOption13 1