Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by RidingTheFlow » Sunday 20 March 2016 0:59

Not exactly £10, but I've found these on Amazon seller who sell them for £12, and postage is free if you buy 3 or more.
I can confirm that these are in fact Cresta-compatible, and incomparably better quality(and design) than any cheaper Chinese one you can get.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listin ... dition=new

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by JohnBoy32 » Wednesday 30 March 2016 10:10

Only £ 7,70, looking better and (most likely like Cresta and Bresser etc.) of course made in China! Free shipping!

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/AOK-2011 ... 12106.html

I can confirm that these are working exactly as they should and also battery-life is fine. I do not have any complaints.

The only point I want to make is that it is old-fashioned to think that something bought on Amazon (or in a local shop) with a non-Chinese brand is made in Europe/US and therefore is better quality; most likely it is made in China and probably in the same factory.
Maybe the one with the nice English brand is made by child hands in People's Republic of Korea.
Please don’t fool yourself or others.

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Post by leecollings » Tuesday 05 April 2016 17:17

JohnBoy32 wrote:Only £ 7,70, looking better and (most likely like Cresta and Bresser etc.) of course made in China! Free shipping!

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/AOK-2011 ... 12106.html

I can confirm that these are working exactly as they should and also battery-life is fine. I do not have any complaints.

The only point I want to make is that it is old-fashioned to think that something bought on Amazon (or in a local shop) with a non-Chinese brand is made in Europe/US and therefore is better quality; most likely it is made in China and probably in the same factory.
Maybe the one with the nice English brand is made by child hands in People's Republic of Korea.
Please don’t fool yourself or others.
I've just been reading the reviews on this product, and there are loads of contradicting reviews from people saying it does work with Domoticz, and it doesn't. A lot of people seem to be using the RFXCOM 433E. So what's the official word?

Does it work or not?

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by johnvl » Tuesday 05 April 2016 20:38

leecollings wrote:
JohnBoy32 wrote:Only £ 7,70, looking better and (most likely like Cresta and Bresser etc.) of course made in China! Free shipping!

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/AOK-2011 ... 12106.html

I can confirm that these are working exactly as they should and also battery-life is fine. I do not have any complaints.

........
I've just been reading the reviews on this product, and there are loads of contradicting reviews from people saying it does work with Domoticz, and it doesn't. A lot of people seem to be using the RFXCOM 433E. So what's the official word?

Does it work or not?
For me it works with RFXCOM 433E, raspberryPi and Domoticz; the hardware = Rubicson/IW008T/TX95. :D :D
I can not speak for M***n W. from NL ..... but my guess it is not in the product itself :roll: 8-)

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by bengt » Saturday 23 April 2016 21:51

Westcott wrote:I got one from Banggood - it worked straight away with RFXtrx

http://www.banggood.com/433MHz-Wireless ... 8820141020
AWESOME! Thanks for the tip, Westcott!

I have tried ordering several sensors from Aliexpress, but none of them have worked with RFXtrx, so this is a great tip.
Would you happen to know any cheap door sensors (magnet sensors) which also work? :)

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Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by planetf1 » Monday 09 May 2016 8:41

I ordered the above aliexpress sensor, unfortuinately it is not picked up in the *current* firmware builds -- it looks from viewtopic.php?f=44&t=11453&p=85423#p85423 as if this is a regression, so I've emailed support

I previously had the banggood one above which continues to work fine!

Finally I also have this one but not working Image

With domoticz I have undec on... But don't seem to see raw data in the logs... Should I if there are some (like the aliexpress sensor)?

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by bearded » Tuesday 28 June 2016 17:25

JohnBoy32 wrote:Only £ 7,70, looking better and (most likely like Cresta and Bresser etc.) of course made in China! Free shipping!

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/AOK-2011 ... 12106.html

I can confirm that these are working exactly as they should and also battery-life is fine. I do not have any complaints.

The only point I want to make is that it is old-fashioned to think that something bought on Amazon (or in a local shop) with a non-Chinese brand is made in Europe/US and therefore is better quality; most likely it is made in China and probably in the same factory.
Maybe the one with the nice English brand is made by child hands in People's Republic of Korea.
Please don’t fool yourself or others.
Hey, thanks for the good advice. I purchased some of these and they have finally arrived but I'm struggling to get domoticz/rfx433e to recognise them. What protocol do you use?

Cheers

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by Crazy2 » Friday 05 August 2016 12:22

Westcott wrote:I got one from Banggood - it worked straight away with RFXtrx

http://www.banggood.com/433MHz-Wireless ... 8820141020
What protocol is working with these?

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by Westcott » Monday 29 August 2016 13:12

Sorry to be so slow in replying - I think is was Rubicson, but I'm now using RFlink, it still works perfectly.
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Post by b_weijenberg » Monday 29 August 2016 13:40

Correct, enable Rubicson for the Banggood sensor. It will be displayed in Domoticz as a WS1700 sensor.

This is supported in the RFXtrx433E by Ext and Ext2 firmware, please see also chapter 2.2.2 in the RFXtrx User Guide
RFXtrx433, RFXtrx433E

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Post by Gusimelo » Tuesday 06 December 2016 18:20

b_weijenberg wrote:Correct, enable Rubicson for the Banggood sensor. It will be displayed in Domoticz as a WS1700 sensor.

This is supported in the RFXtrx433E by Ext and Ext2 firmware, please see also chapter 2.2.2 in the RFXtrx User Guide
How about the RFXtrx433? will it ever support these sensors? just got 3 because was under the impression they were supported, but on the RFXtrx433 I can't see them :(

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Post by b_weijenberg » Tuesday 06 December 2016 18:48

The Banggood sensor is only supported by the RFXtrx433E and not by the RFXtrx433 as indicated in chapter 2.2.2.

An alternative sensor is probably the Proove TSS320/TSS330
https://www.m.nu/losa-sensorer/temperat ... mpatibel-2
http://www.lohelectronics.se/elektronik ... tion=false
RFXtrx433, RFXtrx433E

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by sincze » Tuesday 06 December 2016 18:52

b_weijenberg wrote:The Banggood sensor is only supported by the RFXtrx433E and not by the RFXtrx433 as indicated in chapter 2.2.2.
100% True. I was the unlucky guy with the normal RFXtrx433 and did not read chapter 2.2.2
However... my RFLINK R42 deals with this sensor just fine :D
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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by Gusimelo » Tuesday 06 December 2016 18:58

b_weijenberg wrote:The Banggood sensor is only supported by the RFXtrx433E and not by the RFXtrx433 as indicated in chapter 2.2.2.

An alternative sensor is probably the Proove TSS320/TSS330
https://www.m.nu/losa-sensorer/temperat ... mpatibel-2
http://www.lohelectronics.se/elektronik ... tion=false
But will it ever support these sensors?... I already have 3, received them today...

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by Gusimelo » Tuesday 06 December 2016 19:01

sincze wrote:100% True. I was the unlucky guy with the normal RFXtrx433 and did not read chapter 2.2.2
However... my RFLINK R42 deals with this sensor just fine :D
Like me...

Are you using both the rfxtrx433 and the rflink?... Or just replaced the rfxtrx with the rflink?

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by sincze » Tuesday 06 December 2016 19:14

Gusimelo wrote:
sincze wrote:100% True. I was the unlucky guy with the normal RFXtrx433 and did not read chapter 2.2.2
However... my RFLINK R42 deals with this sensor just fine :D
Like me...

Are you using both the rfxtrx433 and the rflink?... Or just replaced the rfxtrx with the rflink?
hehehe

A well we have RFXCOM for first and second floor with bigger ANTENNA directly connected via USB.
http://www.ebay.com/itm/433MHZ-10DB-SMA ... SwAL9Ui6TX

And RFLINK for second and third floor (with slightly bigger ANTENNA) connected via RFLINK LAN :D
http://www.ebay.com/itm/GSM-GPRS-Antenn ... xye3BRsANp

Just to cover the whole AREA :D

And for experimenting..... MYSENSORS Gateway now via LAN as well :)
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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by zorglups » Thursday 05 January 2017 17:41

JohnBoy32 wrote:Only £ 7,70, looking better and (most likely like Cresta and Bresser etc.) of course made in China! Free shipping!

http://www.aliexpress.com/item/AOK-2011 ... 12106.html

I can confirm that these are working exactly as they should and also battery-life is fine. I do not have any complaints.
Hello JohnBoy32. Thanks for the tip.
How long last the batteries in this sensor?
How many channels are available?
How are the channels configured?

Thanks.

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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by demandt » Friday 13 January 2017 18:10

Edit:
Never mind! Got it!

http://domoticz.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=60394#p60394


Westcott wrote:I got one from Banggood - it worked straight away with RFXtrx

http://www.banggood.com/433MHz-Wireless ... 8820141020
Hi All

How did you guys add this to domoticz? It doesn't register when pushing any button in de battery compartment.
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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by Westcott » Friday 13 January 2017 18:20

Do you have an RFXtrx or RFlink?
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Re: Temperature & Humidity Sensor compatible with RFXCOM/Domoticz

Post by b_weijenberg » Friday 13 January 2017 19:07

Please check with RFXmngr and enable only the Rubicson/Alecto/Banggood protocol.
RFXtrx433, RFXtrx433E

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