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Globe - Wifi Night Light with Motion - WB3S

mattj 840 2
  • Posting a new device teardown and OpenBeken flash. Not sure the best way to upload firmware dumps and/or submit new configs...

    I've also posted additional details (including ESPHome config) to the HomeAssistant forums here.



    Device name: Globe Electric Smart Ambient Light Wifi
    SKU: Globe 50239
    Manufacturer URL: https://globe-electric.com/en/product/smart-ambient-night-light-with-motion-detection
    Description: Plug-in RGBWW LED + Motion Sensor
    Chip: WB3S

    Summary:
    Flashed using: hid_download_py; used a 3d printed jig to hold pogo pins against the chip directly.

    Config:
    Light PWMs…
    * Pin 6 = Warm White (channel 5)
    * Pin 8 = Cold White (channel 4)
    * Pin 9 = Red (channel 1)
    * Pin 24 = Green (channel 2)
    * Pin 26 = Blue (channel 3)
    Button
    * Pin 1
    PIR
    * Pin 14

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    mattj
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  • #2
    p.kaczmarek2
    Level 27  
    This is the way! Thank you, @mattj

    The next two steps are:
    1. add an entry to online device templates database: (submit a pull request)
    https://github.com/OpenBekenIOT/webapp/blob/gh-pages/devices.json
    Globe - Wifi Night Light with Motion - WB3S
    2. send full 2MB original firmware dump to tuya-cloudcutter:
    https://github.com/tuya-cloudcutter/tuya-cloudcutter/issues
  • #3
    khoam
    Level 41  
    mattj wrote:
    I've also included some additional details (including ESPHome setup) on the Assistants HomeFora page here.

    This is an ESPHome fork, not the original ESPHome. This is quite important and it should be noted that it is based on LibreTuya. It is also a pity that post # 1 did not contain a lot of information that was posted on another forum to which a link was provided.