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f8vpe wrote: Dear Don,
It's not slow, it depends on the browser, the switch reacts quickly but the screen updates slowly (using Windows 7/10 and Firefox)
When I use Firefox on Android is really quick, all on the same network, I was suprised too when I discovered that it was quick on Android.
Maybe an old browser will help !
Kind regards, Robert F8VPE
Just tested with SSR and the result if fine. The relay (Fotek SSR-40 DA) has to be connected like this: power to relay (+) and the GPIO by choice to relay (-). The inversion has to be in the SW code: On - low state, OFF - high state.
f8vpe wrote: For the second one (the first link is dead) you have to supply +5V and - (negative) to the relay and the IN and - (negative) to the ESP On the other hand you may use a solid state relay, you may connect it directly between the negative and the port of the ESP (or inversed)The drive power on the port is 12mA, a relay board needs 0.75 mA, the solid state needs 6.5 mA so this should not give any problems.http://www.ebay.com/itm/24V-380V-40A-250V-SSR-40-DA-Solid-State-Relay-Module-3-32V-DC-To-AC-/201414937205