Ethernet to Bluetooth Bridge

rowan.bradley
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Ethernet to Bluetooth Bridge

Postby rowan.bradley » Mon Oct 28, 2019 1:21 pm

I need to connect a number of Bluetooth radiator valves to my home network. I have not been able to find a cost effective LAN to Bluetooth bridge, so I think I will have to create this for myself. This could be done either via WiFi or via wired ethernet. Is ESP32 a good way to do this? Is there code that I can get that already does this job, or do I need to develop it myself? What version of the hardware would be most appropriate for this? I guess they will need to be mains powered (e.g. via a USB power supply).

Thanks for any suggestions on the best/quickest way to get this done.

Rowan

rowan.bradley
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Re: Ethernet to Bluetooth Bridge

Postby rowan.bradley » Mon Nov 16, 2020 5:21 pm

It looks as if the ESP32-BLE2MQTT project on Github does more or less exactly what I need. I am currently trying to build and install this on a LILYGO® TTGO T-Internet-POE ESP32-WROOM LAN8720A board. Once this is working, I should be able to control my Bluetooth radiator valves (several different makes) using MQTT commands. I will let you know how this goes...

Rowan

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