ESPHome-Devices

Shelly 1L

Shelly 1L

GPIO Pinout

PinFunction
GPIO0On-board LED
GPIO5Relay
GPIO4Switch Input
GPIO14Switch Input
A0ADC Temperature

Basic Configuration

substitutions:
plug_name: shelly_1l
# Basic Config
esphome:
name: ${plug_name}
platform: ESP8266
board: esp01_1m
wifi:
ssid: !secret wifi_ssid
password: !secret wifi_password
ap:
ssid: ${plug_name}
password: !secret wifi_password
logger:
api:
ota:
#==============================================================
output:
- platform: gpio
pin: GPIO5
id: shelly_1l_relay
light:
- platform: binary
name: ${device_name}_light
output: shelly_1l_relay
id: lightid
binary_sensor:
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO4
name: ${device_name}_switch_1
on_state:
then:
- light.toggle: lightid
id: switchid1
filters:
- delayed_on_off: 50ms
- platform: gpio
pin:
number: GPIO14
name: ${device_name}_switch_2
sensor:
- platform: ntc
sensor: temp_resistance_reading
name: ${device_name}_temperature
unit_of_measurement: "°C"
accuracy_decimals: 1
icon: "mdi:thermometer"
calibration:
b_constant: 3350
reference_resistance: 10kOhm
reference_temperature: 298.15K
on_value_range:
- above: "80.0"
then:
- light.turn_off: lightid
- platform: resistance
id: temp_resistance_reading
sensor: temp_analog_reading
configuration: DOWNSTREAM
resistor: 32kOhm
- platform: adc
id: temp_analog_reading
pin: A0
status_led:
pin: GPIO0
#==============================================================

In this configuration switch 1 is connected to the relay and toggles the light. Switch 2 is published as a basic binary sensor. This allows you to use a dual plate switch where only a single light is present. The first switch will control the light while the second switch can be used to trigger other automations/scenes.

A protection automation has been added to automatically turn off the relay when the device gets too hot.

Note: I used this temperature sensor configuration from another configuration, it has not been tested on accuracy.

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