ESP8266 NodeMCU - DHT22 - Domoticz

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JHMarshall
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ESP8266 NodeMCU - DHT22 - Domoticz

Post by JHMarshall » Saturday 24 February 2018 2:55

Hello,

And thank you in advance for your help.

I am rather new to the home automation and IoT realm and am therefore just learning the skills.

I am attempting to gather temperature and humidity information via a DHT22 running on an ESP8266 NodeMCU V2 and would like to display the temperature and humidity data for each sensor in Domoticz.

I have scoured the web and read a massive number of posts on various forums all with the result of becoming extremely confused, which I hope is not a permanent condition.

I would be very appreciative if one of you would kindly offer a step by step process that I may follow to accomplish my goal. You can assume that I will flash each ESP8266 with the ESPEasy software, which I know how to do.

I know this is asking a lot. But once accomplished we would then have a process others could follow to accomplish the same goal without the pain involved with hours of confusing research.

Thanks!
John

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Re: ESP8266 NodeMCU - DHT22 - Domoticz

Post by kimot » Sunday 25 February 2018 16:08

http://bryceautomation.com/index.php/20 ... -domoticz/

I think it is steb by step ....

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Re: ESP8266 NodeMCU - DHT22 - Domoticz

Post by freijn » Sunday 25 February 2018 20:46

To avoid weird issues, You need a resistor as well !

https://www.rototron.info/wp-content/up ... T22_02.jpg

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Re: ESP8266 NodeMCU - DHT22 - Domoticz

Post by JHMarshall » Friday 02 March 2018 19:37

Thanks so much for your help.

This has cleared up a lot for me.

John

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