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ESP8266: Wifi data logger running for 60+ days 1 year 7 months ago #1899

  • hjfabius
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Ciao,
usually is not a best practice to mention in a form what discussed in a differnt one but I believe this information will make several users of this community very VERY happy!! B)

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SquixTechBlog: ESP8266: Wifi data logger already running for more than 2 months on batteries
Dani shows evidence on how his ESP8266 sensors running with 3 AA batteries is still running (so far after 67 days.. :woohoo: )

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ESP8266: Wifi data logger running for 60+ days 1 year 5 months ago #2109

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So has anyone tried this yet? does it work as said? :dry:
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ESP8266: Wifi data logger running for 60+ days 1 year 5 months ago #2116

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I made iot-playground.com/10-low-power-door-window-sensor
Still with the led on boards.
Its run on 2 DD bat, for 3 mounth now and it stil says 91% on the batteri :-)
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ESP8266: Wifi data logger running for 60+ days 1 year 3 months ago #2507

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Yes, everybody knows deep sleep function, but the issue is that esp8266easyiot drivers ping raspy every 5 sec.... and only Mr.EasyIot can implement deepsleep function....
It will be fantastic that we can make door/windows low power sensor running on esp.....

hjfabius wrote:
Ciao,
usually is not a best practice to mention in a form what discussed in a differnt one but I believe this information will make several users of this community very VERY happy!! B)

In this articole
SquixTechBlog: ESP8266: Wifi data logger already running for more than 2 months on batteries
Dani shows evidence on how his ESP8266 sensors running with 3 AA batteries is still running (so far after 67 days.. :woohoo: )

Code is available here.
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