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Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S

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    Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S


    Sold on Ebay quite often falsely marked as Zigbee (there is also a real Zigbee version)



    Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S

    Solder points easily visible an usable. Replacing software took a few attempts with shorting the top left contact to GND.

    Now the alternative software is running but I seem to be missing the IR resources...

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  • #2
    p.kaczmarek2
    Level 28  
    Thanks for the teardown. IR features are required for this device, I know. @btsimonh has it covered. wait a few days and just do an OTA update, I will post further instructions here or in readme later.
    Do you know which pins are used for IR, etc?
  • #3
    Homeuser2003
    Level 2  
    Not sure which pins are used - but I found this elsewhere:

    Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S

    OTA sounds good but I still need to download a bin, right?

    THANKS!
  • #4
    p.kaczmarek2
    Level 28  
    Wow, that's a very nice breakdown of the module. Definitely it will come handy soon.

    OTA? For OBK OTA, you download correct file from Github and drag and drop it on OTA panel on our secondary Javascript panel.
  • #5
    Homeuser2003
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    Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S

    So the IR Signals have arrived. Already updated, thanks. But how do I translate the above into Pin numbers please? The Config Panel says "BK7231N/BK7231T supports PWM only on pins 6, 7, 8, 9, 24 and 26!", thus I must be missing something with a device in hand that has just 22 pins...

    Thanks

    Homeuser

    Added after 1 [hours] 46 [minutes]:

    Meanwhile configured ALL 28 Pins as IRRecv Channel 1. Should I not see a reaction in "log" when pointing an IR-Remote on it and pressing a button?

    Tried Channel 2 also...

    Thanks
  • #6
    p.kaczmarek2
    Level 28  
    Please update firmware to latest version. This is very experimental.

    Homeuser2003 wrote:

    Meanwhile configured ALL 28 Pins as IRRecv Channel 1. Should I not see a reaction in "log" when pointing an IR-Remote on it and pressing a button?

    This won't work because IR module takes FIRST pin with IRRecv role and others are ignored. You must know which pin has Receiver connected.

    Please see following table:
    Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S
    Pin No.SymbolI/O typeFunction
    1CENILow-level reset, high-level active (internally pulled high) Docking IC-CEN
    2ADC3AIADC pin, which is connected to the P23 pin on the internal IC
    3ENInputEnabling pin, which is internally pulled up and compatible with other module design
    4P14I/OCommon GPIO, which is connected to the P14 pin on the internal IC
    5PWM5I/OGPIOP_26, which is connected to the P26 pin on the internal IC
    6PWM4I/OGPIOP_24, common GPIO, which is connected to the P24 pin on the internal IC
    7PWM0I/OGPIOP_6, which is connected to the P6 pin on the internal IC
    8VCCPPower supply pin (3.3 V)
    9GNDPPower supply reference ground pin
    10PWM1I/OGPIOP_7, which is connected to the P7 pin on the internal IC
    11TXD2I/OUART2_TXD, which is used to display the internal information of the module and connected to the P0 on the internal IC. Unavailable to customers.
    12RXD2I/OUART2_RXD, which is used to display the internal information of the module and connected to the P1 on the internal IC. Unavailable to customers.
    13PWM3I/OGPIOP_9, common GPIO, which is connected to the P9 pin on the internal IC
    14PWM2I/OGPIOP_8, which is connected to the P8 pin on the internal IC
    15RXD1I/OUART1_RXD, which is used as a user-side serial interface pin and is connected to the P10 pin on the internal IC
    16TXD1I/OUART1_TXD, which is used as a user-side serial interface pin and is connected to the P11 pin on the internal IC


    According to your graphics, PWM2 is it receiver. Set the role only for this pin (ONLY THIS PIN) and then do Reboot module so IR driver can start. Then check again if you receive anything.

    Here is how it looks for me:
    Teardown IR Blaster S06Pro WB3S