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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I was able to ditch the DS2413 and use GPIO11 as the oneWire pin. GPIO17/18 are the heating/cooling actuators. I was also able to get my WT32 SC01+ up and running. Now all that's left to do is mount to my freezer and actually brew a beer with it. I am indebted to @OpenFermenter and @pocketmon...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    Still no go. The only thing I can think of now, is if it's my code? I have the libraries, but maybe it's not loading onto the module or activated somehow? Found the build flag... to be continued.
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I still cannot get BrewPiLess to recognize my DS2413. I've tested the relay to make sure it wasn't a dud and it works. I wired it up to a mini PCB breadboard and also wired it directly to the relay. I'm lost as to why it won't populate on on the devices list. Any help is appreciated!!
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    Yeah I see that on mine too, but i wan't able to power my board with the set-up i have via the USB. So i'm using the power port for that. It does have a duplicate 3.3V, GND, IO17, IO18 that's SH 1.0, so i ordered a 1.0 4pin cable for it to see if I could power the DS2413 with that. EDIT...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    @OpenFermenter: you mention the 5V from the ESP32 to relay, but if you're using the 032C display module, where are you getting the 5V from? From the images I only see 3.3V from the extendedIO available?
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I’m going to get a breakout board like yours and go from there. My other option might be to tie the wires together and see if that would work. Thanks for the tips, it gives me some avenues to test :)
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I have relay GND wired to the GND on the DS2413 board. The 3.3V and GND from the ESP32 going to the black 3screw terminal block connecting to the probe wires. Thats what I couldn’t figure out, how to connect the VCC from the relay to 5V. I tried tying it into the terminal block with the OneWire...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    Is the DS2413 capable of sharing GND and 5/3.3V or vice versa with OneWire?
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    So for my setup, would I need to get a relay board? The ESP32-8048S070C only has two pins available. Which is fine for my rig since I’m not using pressure. And I can leave my pin_def.h file as: #define oneWirePin 17 #define actuatorPin1 18 #define PressureAdcPin 10 <— dummy pin
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    @OpenFermenter, how were you able to get your DS2413 recognized in devices? i'm lost on how to wire it. The GND and 3.3V pins are going to my oneWire block and that's working perfect for my three temp probes. But can't figure out how to wire the 2 channel relay to the DS2413. I need a 5V pin to...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    No pressure monitoring for now. I just delved into that world recently and will circle back to it once I have a few more brews under my belt. I don't plan on glycol chilling at all because I'm happy with my freezer set up. I'm reworking a new control box to make it more roomy, tho still a birds...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I was able to get a successful build and upload to the 7.0" screen: ESP32-8048S070C. The next step will be to get the pins situated and functional if that's even possible. From the schematic, it looks like only 17 and 18 are available options. But with the DS2413, I might get lucky!
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    My first few flashes were successful as well, but now it doesn't want to enter boot mode/flash. I've seen these build flags on some of the projects: -DARDUINO_USB_CDC_ON_BOOT ;-DARDUINO_USB_MSC_ON_BOOT ;-DARDUINO_USB_DFU_ON_BOOT ;-DUSE_USB_CDC_CONSOLE ;-DARDUINO_USB_MODE I...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I appreciate the work you put into it! I wish these modules were a bit more plug and play, instead of all over the place. EDIT: I've found that I can't flash even with EN grounded. Maybe I'm not doing it at the right time? So frustrating to be staring at the finish line and not be able to get...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I'm excited to see if you can get it working!
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I was able to flash this example, https://github.com/SubCoderHUN/WT32-SC01-PLUS, using a USB-c. I had to go through a few cords to find one that worked. The port came up with the name "/dev/cu.usbmodem14201" As an aside, I don't think the ESP32-8048S070C has enough pins available or the correct...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    As far as my experience goes, it's not that simple. You have to make sure the drivers are the same for that display, in addition you'll need to adjust several file to fit you device, the least of which is the pindef.h file to define the pins available for actuators, pressure monitoring, and...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    I ran test build with the flag "-DSupportPressureTransducer=false" with a fresh clone into VScode. For some reason this is what throws the build into failing. I don't know if anyone else has ran into this issue. Of course, my build with the SC01 + has other issues besides this, but I thought I'd...
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    Thanks so much @pocketmon
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    BrewPiLessGx: BrewPiLess with Touched TFT display

    Just found this: the way I interpret it, I can assign ADC to any pin 4-14 (and a few others). GPIO pins ESP32-S3 has 45 GPIO pins, where a subset can be used as ADC channel and as low-power digital input/output in deep-sleep mode, the so-called RTC GPIOs. Some of them are used by special SoC...
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