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donfefe No. Because communication takes place over the Internet.

2021-02-14 10:52:49 Hilfreich (0)
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donfefe 06/12/2020
Both devices arrived intact. Since I couldn’t find suitable sockets for testing at home, I tried it without lights. Many headaches were caused by setting up the equipment. I did not succeed with the usual "Connect a new device" method. After a long try, I searched the internet for a solution. I found useful information at the following two links: http://docs.opencloud.aqara.com/en/guideline/product-discription/ http://cooltechbox.com/aqara-two-way-control-module-wireless-relay-review/ It turns out that the newly connected new Xiaomi Multimode Smart Gateway can connect devices to your existing smart home as follows: in the gateway plugin we should go to the Device tab at the bottom, click Add Child Device and select the wireless relay in the opened list. You have to be patient because you have been connected to the network for a very long time. The new device has not yet appeared in the application when the blue LED of the device is constantly lit. This indicates that you are already connected to the network. A good few minutes later (while I had dinner) it appeared among my devices and I was able to control it. By actuating the push button of the device, both relays were switched on / off, which could be followed in the MiHome application. Conclusion: I got it at a very reasonable price, extremely quickly. Standard Xiaomi quality, small size, perfect choice for smart home builders. Aside from the cumbersome setup and the fact that the tiny blue LED is barely visible in daylight, I think it’s worth buying for anyone who has used Xiaomi products so far.
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donfefe 06/12/2020
Both devices arrived intact. Since I couldn’t find suitable sockets for testing at home, I tried it without lights. Many headaches were caused by setting up the equipment. I did not succeed with the usual "Connect a new device" method. After a long try, I searched the internet for a solution. I found useful information at the following two links: http://docs.opencloud.aqara.com/en/guideline/product-discription/ http://cooltechbox.com/aqara-two-way-control-module-wireless-relay-review/ It turns out that the newly connected new Xiaomi Multimode Smart Gateway can connect devices to your existing smart home as follows: in the gateway plugin we should go to the Device tab at the bottom, click Add Child Device and select the wireless relay in the opened list. You have to be patient because you have been connected to the network for a very long time. The new device has not yet appeared in the application when the blue LED of the device is constantly lit. This indicates that you are already connected to the network. A good few minutes later (while I had dinner) it appeared among my devices and I was able to control it. By actuating the push button of the device, both relays were switched on / off, which could be followed in the MiHome application. Conclusion: I got it at a very reasonable price, extremely quickly. Standard Xiaomi quality, small size, perfect choice for smart home builders. Aside from the cumbersome setup and the fact that the tiny blue LED is barely visible in daylight, I think it’s worth buying for anyone who has used Xiaomi products so far.
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donfefe 19/01/2020
I bought this BT Gateway because I have an Xiaomi Mijia Bluetooth 1.78 "LCD Screen Temperature Sensor that I could not connect to the Xiaomi Mijia Smart Gateway. I read somewhere that it needs a connection. The package arrived intact, I got an EU converter from the cheaper breed. When the power is turned on, the device LED flashed orange to indicate that it is ready to connect. In the MiHome application, I found the device as "ClearGrass Bluetooth Gateway" by selecting "Add manually" among the "Household security" devices. A little difficult, but I managed to connect it to my smart home. In order to do this, you need to enable the MiHome app to access your phone's location. Since the connection was still unsuccessful, the program offered manual connection. To do this, I had to connect to the device's WiFi with my phone and then return to the MiHome app. After that, it was possible to select my own router from the available networks, which of course had MAC address filtering turned off in advance. As soon as the connection was successful, it immediately updated the firmware, and then the green LED indicates that it is ready. My thermometer still couldn't be connected because it turned out I was doing something wrong. In addition, without this BT Gateway, it has joined my smart home, so now the device is unused. My apartment is small enough, you probably don't need this to connect the thermometer. It might have been easier to connect the devices if I had English manual instead of Chinese for both.
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Q: What's the maximum voltage for these resistors?

gefragt von pendersricardo auf 2020-01-17 09:51:40

donfefe Itdepends on the resistance value.c2#

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