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"KCS" v2.1.0 firmware BIN file download
#1
Here is "KCS" firmware for KinCony KC868-A series (ESP32) board.
How to download and use, online guide: https://www.kincony.com/esp32-kcsv2-firmware.html

v2.1.0 improment:
add support KC868-AIO board.
fixed some bugs.
add get temperature and humidity sensor by TCP, HTTP, MQTT protocol.


Attached Files
.zip   KCS_KC868_A4S_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 796.4 KB / Downloads: 330)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A6_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 771.37 KB / Downloads: 240)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A8_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 779.38 KB / Downloads: 341)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A8M_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 796.14 KB / Downloads: 239)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A8S_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 797.32 KB / Downloads: 241)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A16_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 786.76 KB / Downloads: 145)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A16S_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 797.71 KB / Downloads: 291)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A32_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 780.63 KB / Downloads: 292)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A32M_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 798.84 KB / Downloads: 265)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A64_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 780.56 KB / Downloads: 234)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A128_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 780.62 KB / Downloads: 179)
.zip   KCS_KC868_AG_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 759.45 KB / Downloads: 131)
.zip   KCS_KC868_AI_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 783.17 KB / Downloads: 216)
.zip   KCS_KC868_AIO_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 797.05 KB / Downloads: 223)
.zip   KCS_KC868_AK_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 762.09 KB / Downloads: 269)
.zip   KCS_KC868_AM_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 772.82 KB / Downloads: 176)
.zip   KCS_KC868_AP_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 778.84 KB / Downloads: 267)
.zip   KCS_KC868_ASR_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 750.46 KB / Downloads: 327)
.zip   KCS_KC868_E16S_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 783.2 KB / Downloads: 234)
.zip   KCS_KC868_UAIR_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 762.48 KB / Downloads: 271)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A2_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 785.48 KB / Downloads: 216)
.zip   KCS_KC868_A4_V2.1.0.zip (Size: 775.88 KB / Downloads: 349)
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#2
I just installed the KCS V2 to my KC868-AIO.
It works great!
But how can I use 1 switch to turn on/off (single click) and hold to increase/decrease the analog output?

The only thing that happens is the AO gets set to the configured value.
I tried all the different trigger options.

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#3
you can create second IFTTT command for "HOLD ON". just create multi IFTTT command is ok.
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#4
Ok, is this behavior possible with one switch?

The light is off

single click - the light turns on to the last brightness value
single click - the light turns off
hold - the light increases in brightness
hold again - the light decreases in brightness
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#5
hold - the light increases in brightness
hold again - the light decreases in brightness

maybe you need multi times of "hold", you can test it.
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#6
(08-16-2023, 08:00 AM)admin Wrote: hold - the light increases in brightness
hold again - the light decreases in brightness

maybe you need multi times of "hold", you can test it.

Hi Admin

Is it possible to make more "HOLD ON-s" rows.  3....5 HOLD ON 

HOLD ON 1 
HOLD ON 2 
HOLD ON 3
........

At the settings menu can adjust the hold on time:

Example:

HOLD ON 1   500ms
HOLD ON 2   700ms
HOLD ON 3   900ms  

This is good for dimmer. 
Example:  500ms dimmer 20%, 700ms dimmer 40%; 900ms dimmer 70%
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#7
do you means, create some different HOLD ON trigger, send customsize protocol command to dimmer controller?
now "KCS" firmware not support this, but i will save your suggestion.
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#8
I tried many different things...

Currently, it is not possible to get this behavior. Even creating multiple IFTTT commands.

single click - the light turns on to the last brightness value
single click - the light turns off
hold - the light increases in brightness
hold again - the light decreases in brightness

Will this be possible in the future?
Otherwise, the KCS system is not an option for me and I will need to use ESPHome and configure everything in home assistant.
I would prefer to use the KCS system because it works immediately after a power outage.

Thanks in advance!
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#9
your requirements suggest use ESPHome config in yaml. ESPHome also work locally.
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