ESPHome-Devices

Globe Electric 2-Outlet Outdoor Plug (50029)

Globe Electric 2-Outlet Outdoor Plug (50029)

Device Type: plug
Electrical Standard: us

These devices are based on the popular Tuya platform, model on the back sticker is SK509-W-2S, the bottom of the box lists them as 50029. FCC-ID is 2AQUQGE50029.

Old stock can easily be flashed OTA using tuya-convert if you never pair them with the Smart app. Newer boards will have to be flashed over a UART serial connection if Tuya-Convert does not work.

This template was built using ESPHome 2021.11.3 and does not expose the LEDs or the button to Home Assistant as that was not deemed to add any value to the automation.

Inspired by the Tasmota template (https://templates.blakadder.com/globe_50029.html)

GPIO Pinout

PinFunction
GPIO3LED 2 (inverted)
GPIO4Relay 2
GPIO12Button (inverted)
GPIO13Relay 1
GPIO14LED 1 (inverted)

Basic Configuration

# Globe Electric 50029 smart plug with board SK509-W-2S
substitutions:
device_name: globe-plug-1
device_description: Globe Electric 50029 Smart plug 1
friendly_name: Plug 1
esphome:
name: ${device_name}
comment: ${device_description}
platform: ESP8266
board: esp8285
# Enable logging
logger:
# Enable Home Assistant API
api:
ota:
password: !secret ota_password
wifi:
ssid: !secret wifi_ssid
password: !secret wifi_password
# Enable fallback hotspot (captive portal) in case wifi connection fails
ap:
ssid: ${device_name} Fallback Hotspot
password: !secret wifi_password
captive_portal:
web_server:
port: 80
auth:
username: admin
password: !secret web_server_password
time:
- platform: homeassistant
id: homeassistant_time
sensor:
- platform: uptime
name: ${friendly_name} Uptime
unit_of_measurement: minutes
filters:
- lambda: return x / 60.0;
- platform: wifi_signal
name: ${friendly_name} Signal
update_interval: 60s
light:
- platform: monochromatic
id: led_left
internal: True
output: gpio14
default_transition_length: 0s
restore_mode: always off
- platform: monochromatic
id: led_right
internal: True
output: gpio3
default_transition_length: 0s
restore_mode: always off
output:
- platform: esp8266_pwm
id: gpio14
pin:
number: GPIO14
inverted: True
- platform: esp8266_pwm
id: gpio3
pin:
number: GPIO3
inverted: True
interval:
- interval: 500ms
then:
- if:
condition:
not:
wifi.connected:
then:
- light.turn_on:
id: led_left
brightness: 100%
transition_length: 0s
- light.turn_on:
id: led_right
brightness: 100%
transition_length: 0s
- delay: 250ms
- light.turn_off:
id: led_left
transition_length: 250ms
- light.turn_off:
id: led_right
transition_length: 250ms
binary_sensor:
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO12
inverted: true
id: button1
filters:
- delayed_on: 10ms
- delayed_off: 10ms
on_multi_click:
- timing:
- ON for at most 1s
- OFF for at least 0.5s
then:
- logger.log: "Single Clicked"
- switch.toggle: outlet_left
- timing:
- ON for at most 1s
- OFF for at most 1s
- ON for at most 1s
- OFF for at least 0.2s
then:
- logger.log: "Double Clicked"
- switch.toggle: outlet_right
- platform: status
name: ${friendly_name} status
switch:
- platform: gpio
name: ${friendly_name} Left Outlet
id: outlet_left
pin: GPIO13
icon: mdi:power-socket-us
on_turn_on:
- light.turn_on:
id: led_left
on_turn_off:
- light.turn_off:
id: led_left
- platform: gpio
name: ${friendly_name} Right Outlet
id: outlet_right
pin: GPIO4
icon: mdi:power-socket-us
on_turn_on:
- light.turn_on:
id: led_right
on_turn_off:
- light.turn_off:
id: led_right

Split Configuration

If you have many of these you can take the esphome section and below and place it a sub-folder so that the ESPHome dashboard will not attempt to display it. The template can then be included in to the configuration file for each device.

substitutions:
device_name: globe-plug-1
device_description: Globe Electric 50029 Smart plug 1
friendly_name: Plug 1
<<: !include templates/ge50029.yaml

If you do that you will need to create a symbolic list to the secrets.yaml file in the same folder or the !secret syntax will not be able to resolve the secrets.

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