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Finding a cost effective Tuya water timer that can be converted, has been a bit of a hit and miss.
Earlier this year I found this Water Timer. Price was about $60 AUD from AliExpress. The Timer itself uses the TYWE1S module and consists of a single button and relay to control the valve.
Model: FJSJKZQ-TY-W-XV-JS (PCB Markings)
I have been running the timer via the regular Tuya integration with Home Assistant, but had the odd event when it failed to turn off.
The original vendor listing isn't active, but I found these links.
TuyaSmart Life Store
My favourite is the iSesamo from mymagmat.com, but you can find similar on ebay for half the price.
Only method available is serial. The TYWE2S IO can be accessed after unscrewing the PCB and separating the backplate. There is sufficient cable length to gain access.
Please see the other blog posts for flashing process.
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The Arlec PC190HA is a cost effective smart socket that is Tasmota compatible. The socket uses the TYWE2S module based upon the ESP8266.
This socket can be purchased from Bunnings individually for $17.50 or in a 4 pack for $60.
Downside of this unit, is Arlec have introduced Tri-Groove Security screws, which is rather uncommon and does make opening this unit a little more difficult, but not impossible. More about this later.
Arlec like many other manufactures have updated the Tuya firmware. Frustratingly this means the OTA update method via Tuya-Convert is no longer an option. Efforts are still ongoing to fix this, but there is no ETA.
The alternative is to flash via serial using a USB to TTL Serial Converter and Tasmotizer (Windows).
To get access the TYWES2 requires opening the socket. At this point I remind readers;
With that out of the way opening the PC190HA will require a Tri-Groove screwdriver or similar.
The PC190HA uses the common TYWE2S module and is relatively easy to get access to the serial port pads. The rear cover will need to be removed to expose the IO0 pad on the TYWE2S. Remove the single Philips screw in the centre of the PCB.
Solder on jumper wires.
The approach I used was to split off an additional ground wire and hold it on the IO0 pad, while connecting the USB TTL converter.
Open Tasmotizer, Select the USB port.
If flashing was successful, unsolder the jumper wires and reassemble. I opted to keep the Tri-Groove screws, but you can replace with similar Philips head screws if needed.
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