EspHoMaTriX - A simple DIY status display with an 8x32 RGB LED panel implemented with esphome.io

Overview

EspHoMaTriX (ehmtx)

A simple DIY status display with an 8x32 RGB LED panel implemented with esphome.io

Introduction

There are some status displays out there, the commercial one from lamtric and some DIY alternatives.

The DIY solutions have their pros and cons, i am still using an awtrix. But the cons are so big (after my opinion) that i started an esphome.io variant with an optimized homeassistant integration. The main reason, for me is the homeassistant integration.

State

This is a somehow usable version!

It is not as mature as awtrix and pixeltIt but it's doing what i need. I am not shure about the copyright of the font and the icons i use so this repo has only a sample icons included and the font has to be included like all fonts in esphome (see installation). In professional terms it is a beta version. From the structure of the source code it is a chaos version. There will be possibly breaking changes in the code.

See it in action youtube

Features

Based a on a 8x32 RGB matrix it displays a clock, the date and up to 16 other screens provided by home assistant. Each screen (value/text) can be associated with a 8x8 bit RGB icon or gif animation (see installation). The values/text can be updated or deleted from the display queue. Each screen has a lifetime.

Installation

Font

Download a "pixel" font, i use "monobit.ttf".

font:
  - file: monobit.ttf
    id: EHMTX_font
    size: 16
    glyphs:  |
      !"%()+*=,-_.:°0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz€@

icons/animations

Download and install all needed icons under the "ehmtx"-key. All icons are automagically scaled to 8x8 on compile-time.

emhtx:
  icons: 
    - file: icons/rocket.gif
      id: boot 
    - file: temperature.png
      id: temp 
    - file: garage.gif
      id: garage

You can use gifs as animation and pngs as static "animations". Gif are limited to 8 frames to limit the flash space.

All other solutions provide icons, especialy lametric has a big database of icons. Please check the copyright of the used icons. The amount of icons is limited to 64 in the code and also by the flashspace and the RAM of your board.

The index of the icons is the order of definition, in the sample "temp" is 1 and garage is 2.

components

More stable

At the moment it is more stable to use a local component to get this running. Copy the components subfolder to your esphome folder. If needed customize the yaml to your folder structure.

external_components:
   - source:
       type: local
       path: components

More features but perhaps breaking changes

Use the github repo as component.

external_components:
  - source:
      type: git
      url: https://github.com/lubeda/EsphoMaTrix

YAML confugration

Sample

ehmtx:
  id: rgb328
  showclock: 6
  showscreen: 8
  display8x32: ehmtxdisplay
  time: ehmtxclock
  duration: 7
  font_id: ehmtxfont
  icons: 
    - file: sample.png
      id: boot 
    - file: sample.png
      id: temp 
    - file: sample.png
      id: garage

Configuration variables: id (Required, ID): Manually specify the ID used for code generation and in service definitions.

showclock (Optional, seconds): duration to display the clock after this time the date is display until "showscreen"

showscreen (Optional, seconds): duration to display a screen or a clock/date sequence

duration (Optional, minutes): lifetime of a screen in minutes (default=5)

yoffset (Optional, pixel): yoffset of the font, default -5 (see installation/font)

display8x32 (required, ID): ID of the addressable display

time (required, ID): ID of the time component

Integration in homeassistant

Each device has to be integrated in homeassistant. It provides three services, all prefixed with the devicename e.g. "ehmtx".

use the light component

To use the light component add the lambdason_turn_on and on_turn_off to the light

Sample:

light:
  - platform: neopixelbus
    id: ehmtx_light
    ....
    on_turn_on:
      lambda: |-
         id(rgb8x32)->set_enabled(false);
    on_turn_off:
       lambda: |-
         id(rgb8x32)->set_enabled(true);

Services

All communication uses the api. The services are defined in the yaml. To define the services you need the id of the ehmtx-component e.g. id(rgb8x32).

Sample

api:
  services:
    - service: alarm
      variables:
        icon: int
        text: string
      then:
        lambda: |-
          id(rgb8x32)->add_alarm(icon,text);

Service _alarm

Sets an alarm, the alarm is like a normal screen but is displayed two minutes longer as a normal screen and has a red marker in the upper right corner.

parameters:

  • icon: The number of the predefined icons (see installation)
  • text: The text to be displayed

Service _screen

Queues a screen with an icon and a text. Per icon there can only be one text. If you need to show e.g. an indoor and an outdoor temperature you have to use different icons (ids)! If the screen is still displayed and you change the text for the icon it will start a new lifetime with the new text.

parameters:

  • icon The number of the predefined icons (see installation)
  • text The text to be displayed

Service _screen_n

Queues a screen with an icon and a text. Per icon there can only be one text. If you need to show e.g. an indoor and an outdoor temperature you have to use different icons (ids)! If the screen is still displayed and you change the text for the icon it will start a new lifetime with the new text.

parameters:

  • icon_name The name of the icons as in the yaml (see installation)
  • text The text to be displayed

Service del_screen_n

Removes a screen from the display.

parameters:

  • icon_name The name of the icons as in the yaml (see installation)

Service _screen_t

Queues a screen with an icon and a text. Per icon there can only be one text. If you need to show e.g. an indoor and an outdoor temperature you have to use different icons (ids)! If the screen is still displayed and you change the text for the icon it will start a new lifetime with the new text.

parameters:

  • icon The number of the predefined icons (see installation)
  • text The text to be displayed
  • duration The lifetime in minutes

Service indicator_on

Display a colored corner on all screen and the clock. You can define the color by parameter.

parameters:

  • r red in 0..255
  • g green in 0..255
  • b blue in 0..255

Service indicator_off

removes the indicator

Hardware/Wifi

Adapt all other data in the yaml to your needs, I use GPIO04 as port for the display.

Usage

The integration works with the homeassistant api so, after boot of the device, it take some seconds until the service calls work.

Disclaimer

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", use at your own risk!

Comments
  • Update error

    Update error

    The component cannot be updated after updating ESPhome. I haven't changed anything in the configuration and everything works, but it can't be updated.

    src/main.cpp:76:10: error: 'SetAlarmColor' in namespace 'esphome' does not name a template type; did you mean 'SetClockColor'?
       76 | esphome::SetAlarmColor<> *esphome_setalarmcolor;
          |          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~
          |          SetClockColor
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml: In function 'void setup()':
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:42:3: error: 'esphome_setalarmcolor' was not declared in this scope; did you mean 'esphome_setclockcolor'?
       42 |           id: rgb8x32
          |   ^       ~~~~~~~~~~~  
          |   esphome_setclockcolor
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:42:40: error: 'SetAlarmColor' in namespace 'esphome' does not name a template type; did you mean 'SetClockColor'?
       42 |           id: rgb8x32
          |                                        ^            
          |                                        SetClockColor
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:42:54: error: expected primary-expression before '>' token
       42 |           id: rgb8x32
          |                                                      ^
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:47:143: error: cannot convert '<brace-enclosed initializer list>' to 'const std::vector<esphome::Action<>*, std::allocator<esphome::Action<>*> >&'
       47 | esp8266:
          |                                                                                                                                               ^
    In file included from src/esphome/components/display/display_buffer.h:5,
                     from src/esphome/components/addressable_light/addressable_light_display.h:5,
                     from src/esphome.h:3,
                     from src/main.cpp:3:
    src/esphome/core/automation.h:237:56: note:   initializing argument 1 of 'void esphome::Automation<Ts>::add_actions(const std::vector<esphome::Action<Ts ...>*>&) [with Ts = {}]'
      237 |   void add_actions(const std::vector<Action<Ts...> *> &actions) { this->actions_.add_actions(actions); }
          |                    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~
    *** [/data/led-8x32/.pioenvs/led-8x32/src/main.cpp.o] Error 1
    ========================= [FAILED] Took 28.66 seconds =========================
    ========== [ERROR] /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml ==========
    
    opened by pepe59 5
  • Time / date switching does not work

    Time / date switching does not work

    Time / date switching does not work after updating ESPhome. I tried to add:

      show_date: true
      date_format: "%d.%m."
    

    That didn't help. Only the time is still displayed.

    opened by pepe59 4
  • Where to start if LED won't work

    Where to start if LED won't work

    Hi. Sorry for garbled issue, accidentally hit Enter while typing.

    Don't hesitate to tell me if I'm asking something wrong, but I'm not sure where to start debugging. I use 30-pin WROOM 32 for this project, want to build an informer from a 8x32 LED panel, I'm using standart GPIO16(D2) for data and VIN/GDN for LED power. ESP32 was tested with WLED project so I know it works fine, power supply is USB charger 5V/3A. For testing purposes I removed icons from ESPHome code and changed font file with bitmap Cozette (https://github.com/slavfox/Cozette, font size 13px), everything else left untouched.

    On your video switching power makes matrix display "01.01", but my stays unlit blank, what could I miss?

    Again, feel free to move issue if I'm not supposed to ask such things here.

    Thank you advance.

    opened by YujiTFD 4
  • time format and date format

    time format and date format

    Hi,

    First of all, thank you for this awesome project of yours! Im using it at the moment and it is fantastic! If i may request, is it possible to have as a setting the hour and date formats. Say 12 hour format for the hours or the inclusion of seconds and for the dates, the inclusion of year and changing to different locale.

    Thanks!

    opened by kelvincabaldo07 3
  • Issue: GIF not working Only static image is displayed

    Issue: GIF not working Only static image is displayed

    GIF is not working on my setup. it is just showing a static image.

    below is my yaml file

    substitutions:
      devicename: ehmtx8266
      mypin: GPIO02
       #  GPIO04
    
    external_components:
      - source:
          type: git
          url: https://github.com/lubeda/EsphoMaTrix
          ref: date-time
        refresh: 120s 
        components: [ ehmtx ]   
          #type: local
          #path: components/components
    
    esphome:
      name: $devicename
      on_boot:
          priority: -100
          then: 
            - ehmtx.text.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 200;
                green: !lambda return 200;
                blue: !lambda return 200;            
            - ehmtx.today.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 255;
                green: !lambda return 165;
                blue: !lambda return 0;
            - ehmtx.clock.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 255;
                green: !lambda return 165;
                blue: !lambda return 0;
            - ehmtx.weekday.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 0;
                green: !lambda return 128;
                blue: !lambda return 128;
            - lambda: !lambda |-
                id(rgb8x32)->show_all_icons();
    
    esp8266:
      board: nodemcuv2
    
    font:
      - file: monobit.ttf
        id: ehmtx_font
        size: 16
        glyphs:  |
          !?"%()+*=,-_.:°0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz€@<>/
    
    binary_sensor:
      - platform: status
        name: "$devicename Status"
    
    logger:
    
    # Enable Home Assistant API
    api:
      services:
        - service: show_all_icons
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->show_all_icons();
    
        - service: alarm
          variables:
            icon_name: string
            text: string
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->add_screen(icon_name,text,7 ,true);
              id(rgb8x32)->force_screen(icon_name);
    
        - service: screen
          variables:
            icon_name: string
            text: string
          then:
            - ehmtx.add.screen:
                id: rgb8x32
                text: !lambda return text;
                icon_name: !lambda return icon_name;
                duration: 1440
                alarm: false
                
    
        - service: brightness
          variables:
            brightness: int
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_brightness(brightness);
    
        - service: status
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->get_status();
        - service: del_screen
          variables:
            icon_name: string
          then:
            - ehmtx.delete.screen:
                id: rgb8x32
                icon_name: !lambda return icon_name;
    
        - service: indicator_on
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then:
            - ehmtx.indicator.on:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return r;
                green: !lambda return g;
                blue: !lambda return b;
    
        - service: force_screen
          variables:
            icon_name: string
          then:
            - ehmtx.force.screen:
                id: rgb8x32
                icon_name: !lambda return icon_name;
    
        - service: text_color
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_text_color(r,g,b);
    
        - service: alarm_color
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_alarm_color(r,g,b);
    
        - service: indicator_off
          then:
            - ehmtx.indicator.off:
                id: rgb8x32
    
        - service: clock_text_color
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then: 
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_clock_color(r,g,b);
              id(rgb8x32)->set_today_color(r,g,b);
    
    number:
      - platform: template
        name: "$devicename brightness"
        min_value: 0
        max_value: 255
        step: 1
        lambda: |-
          return id(rgb8x32)->get_brightness();
        set_action:
          lambda: |-
            id(rgb8x32)->set_brightness(x);
    
    ota:
      password: !secret ota_password
    
    wifi:
      ssid: !secret wifi_ssid
      password: !secret wifi_password
    
    light:
      - platform: neopixelbus
        id: ehmtx_light
        type: GRB
        variant: WS2812
        pin: $mypin
        num_leds: 256
        color_correct: [30%, 30%, 30%]
        name: "$devicename Light"
        restore_mode: ALWAYS_OFF
        on_turn_on:
          lambda: |-
             id(ehmtx_display)->set_enabled(false);
        on_turn_off:
           lambda: |-
             id(ehmtx_display)->set_enabled(true);
    time:
      - platform: homeassistant
        id: ehmtx_time
        timezone: "Asia/Manila"
    
    display:
      - platform: addressable_light
        id: ehmtx_display
        addressable_light_id: ehmtx_light
        width: 32
        height: 8
        pixel_mapper: |-
          if (x % 2 == 0) {
            return (x * 8) + y;
          }
          return (x * 8) + (7 - y);
        rotation: 0°
        update_interval: 100ms
        auto_clear_enabled: true
        lambda: |-
          id(rgb8x32)->tick();
          id(rgb8x32)->draw();
    
    ehmtx:
      id: rgb8x32
    #  show_clock: 5
      show_screen: 5
      display8x32: ehmtx_display
      time: ehmtx_time
      time_format: "%I:%M"
      date_format: "%m.%d"
      week_start_monday: true
      duration: 7
      font_id: ehmtx_font
      icons: 
        - file: _icons/1918.gif #https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/1918
          duration: 200
          pingpong: true
          id: heart
        - url: https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/175
          id: phflag
        - url: https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/1286
          duration: 10000
          id: weather
        - file: _icons/warning.gif #https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/1901
          duration: 100
          id: warning
        - url: https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/766
          id: smiley
    
    opened by kelvincabaldo07 2
  • Alarm color compilation error

    Alarm color compilation error

    If I use your example, everything works fine.

    esphome:
      name: $devicename
      on_boot:
        priority: -100
        then: 
          - ehmtx.text.color:
              id: rgb8x32
              red: !lambda return 200;
              blue: !lambda return 170;
          - ehmtx.today.color:
              id: rgb8x32
              red: !lambda return 10;
              green: !lambda return 250;
          - ehmtx.clock.color:
              id: rgb8x32
              red: !lambda return 50;
              green: !lambda return 150;
              blue: !lambda return 230;
          - ehmtx.weekday.color:
              id: rgb8x32
              red: !lambda return 250;
              green: !lambda return 50;
              blue: !lambda return 30;
    

    If I add an alarm color, the compilation will fail

          - ehmtx.alarm.color:
              id: rgb8x32
              red: !lambda return 250;
              green: !lambda return 50;
              blue: !lambda return 30;
    
    src/main.cpp:76:10: error: 'SetAlarmColor' in namespace 'esphome' does not name a template type; did you mean 'SetClockColor'?
       76 | esphome::SetAlarmColor<> *esphome_setalarmcolor;
          |          ^~~~~~~~~~~~~
          |          SetClockColor
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml: In function 'void setup()':
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:42:3: error: 'esphome_setalarmcolor' was not declared in this scope; did you mean 'esphome_setclockcolor'?
       42 |           id: rgb8x32
          |   ^       ~~~~~~~~~~~  
          |   esphome_setclockcolor
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:42:40: error: 'SetAlarmColor' in namespace 'esphome' does not name a template type; did you mean 'SetClockColor'?
       42 |           id: rgb8x32
          |                                        ^            
          |                                        SetClockColor
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:42:54: error: expected primary-expression before '>' token
       42 |           id: rgb8x32
          |                                                      ^
    /config/esphome/led-8x32.yaml:47:143: error: cannot convert '<brace-enclosed initializer list>' to 'const std::vector<esphome::Action<>*, std::allocator<esphome::Action<>*> >&'
       47 | esp8266:
          |                                                                                                                                               ^
    In file included from src/esphome/components/display/display_buffer.h:5,
                     from src/esphome/components/addressable_light/addressable_light_display.h:5,
                     from src/esphome.h:3,
                     from src/main.cpp:3:
    src/esphome/core/automation.h:237:56: note:   initializing argument 1 of 'void esphome::Automation<Ts>::add_actions(const std::vector<esphome::Action<Ts ...>*>&) [with Ts = {}]'
      237 |   void add_actions(const std::vector<Action<Ts...> *> &actions) { this->actions_.add_actions(actions); }
          |                    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^~~~~~~
    *** [/data/led-8x32/.pioenvs/led-8x32/src/main.cpp.o] Error 1
    
    opened by pepe59 2
  • Porting it for an 16x16 led matrix?

    Porting it for an 16x16 led matrix?

    Hey, I've started to have a look if it's possible to port this to a simple WS2812B 16x16 led matrix. The concept is to have 2 rows (8x16 + 8x16), like:

    • icons / hours on the top
    • text / minutes on the bottom

    Also to have background color settings (but I'm not sure if that's already implemented) Do you think it's possible using this setup?

    Thanks, awesome job btw :)

    opened by Andoramb 1
  • compilation problem

    compilation problem

    Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/local/bin/esphome", line 33, in sys.exit(load_entry_point('esphome', 'console_scripts', 'esphome')()) File "/esphome/esphome/main.py", line 825, in main return run_esphome(sys.argv) File "/esphome/esphome/main.py", line 812, in run_esphome rc = POST_CONFIG_ACTIONS[args.command](args, config) File "/esphome/esphome/main.py", line 366, in command_run exit_code = write_cpp(config) File "/esphome/esphome/main.py", line 159, in write_cpp generate_cpp_contents(config) File "/esphome/esphome/main.py", line 171, in generate_cpp_contents CORE.flush_tasks() File "/esphome/esphome/core/init.py", line 613, in flush_tasks self.event_loop.flush_tasks() File "/esphome/esphome/coroutine.py", line 245, in flush_tasks next(task.iterator) File "/esphome/esphome/main.py", line 151, in wrapped await coro(conf) File "/config/esphome/.esphome/external_components/66a08d7e/components/ehmtx/init.py", line 560, in to_code espImage.IMAGE_TYPE["RGB565"], KeyError: 'RGB565'

    opened by akomylator 1
  • FEATURE REQUEST: Enable Separate Control of Clock, Dates and Others Display

    FEATURE REQUEST: Enable Separate Control of Clock, Dates and Others Display

    Is it possible to have a separate control of how long the clock, date and other details will be displayed. i am trying to figure out a way to display the date a little bit longer as i think it is displaying just about a second or even less and i cant figure out for the life of me. haha. i may just be missing some documentation but i would appreciate it if you can point me to it. thanks!

    opened by kelvincabaldo07 1
  • add sensors from HA in loop as time

    add sensors from HA in loop as time

    hello I congratulate you for a great job, I added this sensor:

    sensor:

    • platform: homeassistant id: istantaneo_w entity_id: sensor.energia_assorbita internal: true`

    but I can't put it in loop at the date and time, could you tell me how to insert it? bearing in mind that I am using the sample code

    thank you very much if anyone replies

    opened by maverik80 1
  • Introduce EHMTX_store

    Introduce EHMTX_store

    Hi, I stumbled across this project and it's exactly what I've been looking for to run an LED matrix with Home Assistant. Thanks a lot!

    While reading and understanding the code, I started moving around a few methods and introduced a new component. This makes the EHMTX.cpp file smaller and reduces the coupling. Just take a look at the changes and see if you like them. If so, feel free to merge the PR.

    opened by jd1 1
  • feature resizing gifs

    feature resizing gifs

    in Pillow, using image.resize() returns a resized image of the first frame only.

    • iterating and resizing each frame.
    • saving the resized frames as new gif, and re-loading it.
    • there's an issue I can't find why it's happening - seems like the first frame breaks while resizing/saving, therefore we save the frames from the second frame forward and setting the new frames number. Probably resolves #14
    opened by ofirsnb 2
  • Issue: Light goes on every now and then when there's no screen showing

    Issue: Light goes on every now and then when there's no screen showing

    For some reason whenever i dont have a screen displayed and just the clock and date are showing, the lights goes on and then boot loop so the workaround i did was to automate it in home assistant so that when the light goes on, it will turn it off.

    substitutions:
      devicename: ehmtx8266
      mypin: GPIO02
       #  GPIO04
    
    external_components:
      - source:
          type: git
          url: https://github.com/lubeda/EsphoMaTrix
          ref: date-time
        refresh: 120s 
        components: [ ehmtx ]   
          #type: local
          #path: components/components
    
    esphome:
      name: $devicename
      on_boot:
          priority: -100
          then: 
            - ehmtx.text.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 200;
                green: !lambda return 200;
                blue: !lambda return 200;            
            - ehmtx.today.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 255;
                green: !lambda return 165;
                blue: !lambda return 0;
            - ehmtx.clock.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 255;
                green: !lambda return 165;
                blue: !lambda return 0;
            - ehmtx.weekday.color:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return 0;
                green: !lambda return 128;
                blue: !lambda return 128;
            - lambda: !lambda |-
                id(rgb8x32)->show_all_icons();
    
    esp8266:
      board: nodemcuv2
    
    font:
      - file: monobit.ttf
        id: ehmtx_font
        size: 16
        glyphs:  |
          !?"%()+*=,-_.:°0123456789ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz€@<>/
    
    binary_sensor:
      - platform: status
        name: "$devicename Status"
    
    logger:
    
    # Enable Home Assistant API
    api:
      services:
        - service: show_all_icons
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->show_all_icons();
    
        - service: alarm
          variables:
            icon_name: string
            text: string
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->add_screen(icon_name,text,7 ,true);
              id(rgb8x32)->force_screen(icon_name);
    
        - service: screen
          variables:
            icon_name: string
            text: string
          then:
            - ehmtx.add.screen:
                id: rgb8x32
                text: !lambda return text;
                icon_name: !lambda return icon_name;
                duration: 1440
                alarm: false
                
    
        - service: brightness
          variables:
            brightness: int
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_brightness(brightness);
    
        - service: status
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->get_status();
        - service: del_screen
          variables:
            icon_name: string
          then:
            - ehmtx.delete.screen:
                id: rgb8x32
                icon_name: !lambda return icon_name;
    
        - service: indicator_on
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then:
            - ehmtx.indicator.on:
                id: rgb8x32
                red: !lambda return r;
                green: !lambda return g;
                blue: !lambda return b;
    
        - service: force_screen
          variables:
            icon_name: string
          then:
            - ehmtx.force.screen:
                id: rgb8x32
                icon_name: !lambda return icon_name;
    
        - service: text_color
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_text_color(r,g,b);
    
        - service: alarm_color
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then:
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_alarm_color(r,g,b);
    
        - service: indicator_off
          then:
            - ehmtx.indicator.off:
                id: rgb8x32
    
        - service: clock_text_color
          variables:
            r: int
            g: int
            b: int
          then: 
            lambda: |-
              id(rgb8x32)->set_clock_color(r,g,b);
              id(rgb8x32)->set_today_color(r,g,b);
    
    number:
      - platform: template
        name: "$devicename brightness"
        min_value: 0
        max_value: 255
        step: 1
        lambda: |-
          return id(rgb8x32)->get_brightness();
        set_action:
          lambda: |-
            id(rgb8x32)->set_brightness(x);
    
    ota:
      password: !secret ota_password
    
    wifi:
      ssid: !secret wifi_ssid
      password: !secret wifi_password
    
    light:
      - platform: neopixelbus
        id: ehmtx_light
        type: GRB
        variant: WS2812
        pin: $mypin
        num_leds: 256
        color_correct: [30%, 30%, 30%]
        name: "$devicename Light"
        restore_mode: ALWAYS_OFF
        on_turn_on:
          lambda: |-
             id(ehmtx_display)->set_enabled(false);
        on_turn_off:
           lambda: |-
             id(ehmtx_display)->set_enabled(true);
    time:
      - platform: homeassistant
        id: ehmtx_time
        timezone: "Asia/Manila"
    
    display:
      - platform: addressable_light
        id: ehmtx_display
        addressable_light_id: ehmtx_light
        width: 32
        height: 8
        pixel_mapper: |-
          if (x % 2 == 0) {
            return (x * 8) + y;
          }
          return (x * 8) + (7 - y);
        rotation: 0°
        update_interval: 100ms
        auto_clear_enabled: true
        lambda: |-
          id(rgb8x32)->tick();
          id(rgb8x32)->draw();
    
    ehmtx:
      id: rgb8x32
    #  show_clock: 5
      show_screen: 5
      display8x32: ehmtx_display
      time: ehmtx_time
      time_format: "%I:%M"
      date_format: "%m.%d"
      week_start_monday: true
      duration: 7
      font_id: ehmtx_font
      icons: 
        - file: _icons/1918.gif #https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/1918
          duration: 200
          pingpong: true
          id: heart
        - url: https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/175
          id: phflag
        - url: https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/1286
          duration: 10000
          id: weather
        - file: _icons/warning.gif #https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/1901
          duration: 100
          id: warning
        - url: https://awtrix.blueforcer.de/icons/766
          id: smiley
    
    
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