The board can be used as a Souliss node or as a MQTT JSon node, making it perfect in conjunction with Home-Assistant.

If you’d never uploaded code to an ESP8266 before, you can check the excellent website for more information on how to setup the Arduino IDE and on how to upload code to the ESP8266.

  • Alex Him

    Hi, I downloaded all the files and unziped them. I have setup the Arduino IDE but I can not compile it. It takes me fatal error

    Arduino: 1.6.10 (Windows 7), Board:”Generic ESP8266 Module, Serial, 80 MHz, 40MHz, DIO, 115200, 512K (64K SPIFFS), ck, Disabled, None”

    D:ArduinoProjectsRGBRGB_Strip_Control_ESP8266_Souliss-masterRGB_Strip_Control_ESP8266_SoulissRGB_Strip_Control_ESP8266_Souliss.ino:21:85: fatal error: bconf/MCU_ESP8266.h: No such file or directory

    #include “bconf/MCU_ESP8266.h” // Load the code directly on the ESP8266


    compilation terminated.

    exit status 1

    What do I incorrect? (sorry for my English).
    Best regards Alex.

    • Touliloup


      I guess there was some update in the dependencies, I’ll check this weekend and refresh them.
      After that you should be able to use it again.

      Best regards,


  • Zoltán Vass

    Hi there, I have the same problem as Alex.
    If You could solve the problem I would be grateful.

    • Touliloup

      Hi, sorry for the long delay, I’ve updated the code.