Thank you so much for this! Run your macros by clicking the “Macros” button and double clicking the macro name. Become a member to follow this project and never miss any updates. To use it, you obviously need a X FireCracker, but also a receiving unit to receive the radio signals and transmit to the rest of the house. The Hackaday Prize. Yes, delete it Cancel.
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Record macros by simply clicking on the command buttons and setting the firecrackr between commands. About Us Contact Hackaday. I used a Wemos D1 Mini. Another feature I added was to shut the screen off after 5 seconds or whatever you decided or even not at all because I didn’t like the bright light at n. Run Macros from the Main Window. Click the Download button for your free trial now.
View all 15 components. Your groups can be turned On firecraker Off with a single click. Become a member to follow this project and never miss any updates Become a member.
Point and Click Timer Setup. Many new features have been added along with several changes to make it more efficient.
Your Email Remember me. Turn all Lights on a single house code ON with one click. A newer beta version has been released for testing. Super simple build which is good because I’m a total n00b with this stuff. Yes, delete it Cancel. Already have an account? Point and Click Group Setup. Run your macros by clicking the “Macros” button and double clicking the macro name.
You should Sign Up. Simple On and Off Buttons for each Group. Point and Click Macro Setup. Create groups of commands i.
The device fits into a small box and is only marginally larger than the firecracker itself. Possibly the easiest and most convenient software application available for the FireCracker CM17A device. Very easy to set up and has many features not found in most other FireCracker software.
Turn all Lights on a single house code OFF with one click. I decided to use an AdaFruit Firecrackfr because it was slightly smaller than the NodeMCU and it gave me the option of using a Lithium-Ion battery, which I wasn’t quite fireccracker to fit in the box. To use it, you obviously need a X FireCracker, but also a receiving unit to receive the radio signals and transmit to the rest of the house.
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The Hackaday Prize. Your Password Forgot your password? All timers can be started or stopped by clicking the “Timers” button. Firrcracker used hot glue and an X-Acto knife to create a spot for the board to sit in so the MicroUSB port would be right up against the box. Thank you so much for this! Sign up Already a member? Similar projects worth following. A PiZero in a mint box that can be used to extend or share a wifi or wired connection.