In-Wall Sonoff Light Switch v2
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This is version 2 of my DIY Sonoff Light Switch. In the comments of my first version, it was mentioned that I should use the existing button on the sonoff instead of needing to add a pcb and two additional buttons. I thought that was great idea and I went to work. I took a few iterations of the paddle before the operation was smooth, but I am finally happy with how it functions.
And same as before, I am offering these files for free, all I ask is that you subscribe to my youtube channel and maybe like and share the video if you think the project and video deserves it. It doesn't cost you anything to subscribe, and it encourages me to share more of my projects with the community.
You can find the code that I used for v2 on my github page (linked in the video description).
This is the overview video that explains what is different in v2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OK1kWAeawQA
Please watch the assembly video for tips on how to assemble without breaking the actuator. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnv1YRf7uRA
For reference you can find v1 here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2562998
Wanhao Duplicator i3 V2
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