Meek Wifi Wall Switch

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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by poudenes » Tuesday 10 April 2018 23:04

Great to see this product and it is possible to buy!!

I have some switches that have 2 in 1. So i can turn on and off 2 bulbs within 1 wall module.
Is it possible to program the switch to turn on both bulbs separate?

1 touch is turn on bulb 1
2 touches turn on bulb 2
3 touches turn off bulb 1
4 touches turn off bulb 2

or hold the your finger on the panel turn off both

How far can you program the switch :)
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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by Meek » Wednesday 11 April 2018 8:38

poudenes wrote:
Tuesday 10 April 2018 23:04
Great to see this product and it is possible to buy!!

I have some switches that have 2 in 1. So i can turn on and off 2 bulbs within 1 wall module.
Is it possible to program the switch to turn on both bulbs separate?

1 touch is turn on bulb 1
2 touches turn on bulb 2
3 touches turn off bulb 1
4 touches turn off bulb 2

or hold the your finger on the panel turn off both

How far can you program the switch :)
Thank you for the shown interest!
We’re in discussion with several parties to start mass producing these switches. On our website, we will announce they availability date.

The 1 touch button version, can be equipped with 3 outputs (Meek MM). It’s fully programmable, so the user can decide how the Wifi switch acts once an input is received.
For instance, the input could be programmed as: long press, 2 short presses, …
Also, we will have a Meek MT2 (2 touch-inputs & 2 outputs) & Meek MT3 (3 touch-input & 3 outputs) available soon. With these switches, you can directly control 2 or 3 light bulbs directly.
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The programmability is fairly easy the “ESPEasy Rules” function. We will also make some templates rules available, that you could easily adapt to your own wishes.

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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by Meek » Sunday 29 April 2018 23:57

Just uploaded a video with the progress of the Meek MD1 Wi-Fi dimmer module.

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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by tontze » Wednesday 02 May 2018 6:48

Do you feel button circles (are they carved)?
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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by Meek » Friday 11 May 2018 19:47

You do not feel the circles, the front panel is from tempered glass, so you have a smooth surface.
On the back side (inner side of the glass panel), a coating is applied with the exception of the circles.
So on the inner side, you can see thru the circles.

If you’re looking for feedback, we can provide auditory feedback.
The Meek MT1 & Meek MP1 can be equipped with a piezo speaker where you can play RTTTL tone or music on.

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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by Onrust » Friday 11 May 2018 21:35

Wow! Just WOW! This is really such a cool project! Although you can't just call it a 'project' anymore. I really love it when someone puts an idea or dream into reality like you do.

Well, all superlatives aside, I really hope these switches will become available soon. I bought some Sonoffs Touch recently but now I see you are going to create a dimmer, I might as well wait until I can buy Meeks and have everything in the same design.

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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by Meek » Saturday 16 June 2018 20:37

Herewith a picture of the latest revisions Meek MP1 switches.
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We’re currently assembling these to distribute them to a select group of tester.
The Meek MP1 is a :
• Wi-Fi enabled light switch
• With a Doppler presence detector
• Audi visual feedback with a RGB addressable LED and a RTTTL Speaker
• Fully programmable timers a functions

This switch operates out of the box even without a Wi-Fi connection.
Once connected to Wi-Fi you can control it with any device that has a browser (Phone, TV, Smart Watch,…) or by speech recognition enabled devices (Google Home, Alexa, Siri,..).

Ongoing, we’re expanding the functions of these devices.
For instance :
• Alarm Function ; you can “arm” the device, so whenever a movement is detected, the Meek MP1 will sound and alarm and blink the light continuously until the user disarms it.
• Doorbell ; (we will develop a doorbell in the future) if you have “Smart Doorbell”, whenever the doorbell is pressed, the Switch will mimic a doorbell and blink the lights.
• Night Modus : the presence detection will only switch the lights, if it’s in the Night Modus.

As we’re developing several other Meek devices, that will seemingly interact with each other, to truly create a smart house !

The possibilities are endless as the community is able to contribute and able to add extra functionality to our devices !

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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by poudenes » Friday 27 July 2018 14:30

Hi All,

Im testing this great switch now and i love it!!! Here a nice example of script i use inside the switch.
Tap 1 turn on light
Tap again turn off light
hold the touch 3 seconds for a 3rd action

Actions are publish and SendToHTTP to activate devices inside domoticz, turn on light and turn on virtual switch.

Code: Select all

on Touch#Button=1 do
rtttl,5:d=8,o=5,b=999:9d.

     timerSet,1,1
     timerSet,2,1
     timerSet,3,5

endon

on rules#timer=1 do
     if [Touch#Button]=0 and [StatusMode#LightStatus]=0
          TaskValueSet 6,3,1 // on
          Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "setcolbrightnessvalue", "idx": 444, "hex": "ffffff", "brightness": 100 }
          Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "switchlight", "idx": 444, "switchcmd": "Set Level", "level": 100 }
          SendToHTTP 192.168.100.18,8081,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=471&nvalue=1&svalue=0
          neopixel,1,0,255,0 // Green
     else
          TaskValueSet 6,3,0 // off
          Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "switchlight", "idx": 444, "switchcmd": "Off" }
          SendToHTTP 192.168.100.18,8081,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=471&nvalue=0&svalue=0
          neopixel,1,255,0,0 // Red
     endif
endon

on rules#timer=2 do
     if [Touch#Button]=1
          SendToHTTP 192.168.100.18,8081,/json.htm?type=command&param=discomodenum9&idx=444  
          SendToHTTP 192.168.100.18,8081,/json.htm?type=command&param=udevice&idx=471&nvalue=1&svalue=0  
         neopixel,1,0,0,255 // Blue
         endif
endon

on rules#timer=3 do
     neopixel,1,255,0,255 // Pink
endif
endon

on SwitchOn do
     TaskValueSet 6,3,1
     Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "setcolbrightnessvalue", "idx": 444, "hex": "ffffff", "brightness": 100 }
     Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "switchlight", "idx": 444, "switchcmd": "Set Level", "level": 100 }
     neopixel,1,0,255,0 // Green
     timerSet,3,5
endon

on SwitchOff do
     TaskValueSet 6,3,0
     Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "switchlight", "idx": 444, "switchcmd": "Off" }
     neopixel,1,255,0,0 // Red
     timerSet,3,5
endon

Feedback action when you turn on virtual switch in Domoticz, so the Meek Switch go on as well and status will be on as well

those lines put in virtual switch at On Action and Off Action

http://192.168.100.112/control?cmd=event,SwitchOn
http://192.168.100.112/control?cmd=event,SwitchOff

in Meek Switch you have a second Rule 2:

Code: Select all

on SwitchOn do
  TaskValueSet 6,3,1
  Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "setcolbrightnessvalue", "idx": 444, "hex": "ffffff", "brightness": 100 }
  Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "switchlight", "idx": 444, "switchcmd": "Set Level", "level": 100 }
  neopixel,1,0,255,0 // Green
  //timerSet,3,5
endon

on SwitchOff do
  TaskValueSet 6,3,0
  Publish domoticz/in,{"command": "switchlight", "idx": 444, "switchcmd": "Off" }
  neopixel,1,255,0,0 // Red
  //timerSet,3,5
endon

on rules#timer=3 do
  neopixel,1,255,0,255 // Pink
endif
endon
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Re: Meek Wifi Wall Switch

Post by Meek » Friday 03 August 2018 20:10

Hello poudenes, it’s great to see what you have accomplished and also a big thanks for sharing this info!

Herewith a small update with regards to the development of the Meek switches :

We’ve just finalized the design process of several Meek switches and the PCB’s are send for production.

The current estimate is that we will start assembling the switches within 2 weeks.
After the thorough internal test procedures, we will deliver a small quantity to our 1’st line of testers (1’st degree Meekers :D ).

After this testing period, we will issue the 1’st batch for commercial deployment.

A very rough estimate is that we will have a small batch ready for commercial deployment somewhere end September.

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