RFLink: List of supported devices

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RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by ThinkPad » Thursday 13 August 2015 10:13

A list of devices supported by the RFLink can be found here: http://www.nemcon.nl/blog2/2015/07/devlist

In case the website is down: as of 1 July 2015 the list looks like this:
Remote Controls and Electrical Switches / Dimmers etc.:

ARC Protocol: (Send + Receive)
•Klik Aan Klik Uit (Code Wheel)
•Princeton PT2262
•MOSDESIGN M3EB
•Domia Lite
•Intertechno)
•CoCo Technologies
•Cogex
•D-IO (Chacon)
•Nexa
•Duwi Terminal
•Promax RSL366T
•ME FLS 100
•Profile PR-44N, PR-47N
•Sartano 2606
•Impuls
•Elro AB400
•Waveman
•Elro Home Comfort AB600
•(Elro) Home Control
•Smarthome YC-4000B
•Phenix YC-4000S
•Pollin Funk-Dimmer HouseLight FD-UP001
•Pollin Funk-Steckdosen-Set 2605
•Conrad 646443 outlet sockets / RSL366R
•Proteam HO1853
•Velleman WRS3B

Automatic Code Learning Protocols: (Send + Receive)
•Klik Aan Klik Uit
(among others: AWMR210, AWMT230, AWMD250, AWST8800)
•Nexa Jula Anslut
•Home Easy EU

Others: (Send + Receive)
•Home Easy (Code Wheel)
•Flamingo FA500R/S/DSS/WD
•SilverCrest 91210/60494 RCS AAA3680
•Mumbi M-FS300
•Unitec 48110 EIM 826 / 48111 EIM 821
•Quigg GT-1000 RC / Quigg GT-FSI-08
•Intertek Eurodomest 972080
•Blyss
•Conrad RSL2, Conrad RSL88R/B
•Kambrook RF3399/RF3405/RF3672/RF3689/RF4471R
•X10 RF switches
•Home Confort Smart Home - TEL-010
•Quigg GT-7008BS, Quigg GT-FSI-04
•DMV-7008S
•Powerfix RCB-I 3600
•Rev Ritter REV 8342L

Weather Sensors:
•Alecto V1:
Alecto WS3500, SilverCrest, Otio SH-10, Otio SH-20
Auriol H13726, Ventus WS155, Hama EWS 1500, Meteoscan W155/W160
Alecto WS4500, Ventus W044, Balance RF-WS105
•Alecto V2: (868 Mhz!)
ACH2010, DKW2012
•Alecto V3:
WS1100, WS1200
•Alecto V4:
Banggood SKU174397, Sako CH113, Homemart/Onemall FD030 and Blokker (Dake) 1730796 outdoor temperature sensor
•Cresta/Hideki:
Hideki, TFA Nexus, Mebus, Irox, Irox-Pro X, Honeywell, Cresta TE923, TE923W, TE821W,
WXR810, DV928, Ventus W906, HomeWizard Rain meter
•Mebus:
Mebus Outdoor Sensor
Stacja Pogody WS-9941-M
•UPM/Esic:
UPM, Esic, Emos, DVM, Clas Ohlson, Dickson
WT260,WT260H,WT440H,WT450,WT450H,WDS500,RG700
•LaCrosse:
Lacrosse TX3-TH Thermo/Humidity, Lacrosse TX4
WS7000-15: Anemometer, WS7000-16: Rain precipitation, WS2500-19: Brightness Luxmeter,
WS7000-20: Thermo/Humidity/Barometer, TFA 30.3125 (temperature + humidity), TFA 30.3120.90 (temperature)
•LaCrosseV2:
WS2300 (Temperature/Humidity/Wind/Rain), WS3600
•Auriol:
Z31743, Rubicson
•Auriol V2:
Z31055A-TX, Xiron
•Auriol V3:
Z32171A
•Oregon V1/2/3:
THC238, THC268, THN132N, THWR288A, THRN122N, THN122N, AW129, AW131, THGR268, THGR122X,
THGN122N, THGN123N, THGR122NX, THGR228N, THGR238, WTGR800, THGR918, THGRN228NX, THGN500,
THGR810, RTGR328N, THGR328N, Huger BTHR918, BTHR918N, BTHR968, RGR126, RGR682, RGR918, PCR122
THWR800, THR128, THR138, THC138, OWL CM119, cent-a-meter, OWL CM113, Electrisave,
UVN128, UV138, UVN800, Huger-STR918, WGR918, WGR800, PCR800, WGTR800, BTHG968

Window blinds/shutters/sun screens:
•Kaku ASUN650

Motion Detectors & Door/Window sensors:
•Low Budget Chinese PIR (only signals motion detection)
•Low Budget Chinese Door/Window detectors
•Ajax Chub Varel PIR (only signals motion detection)
•KAKU AMST-606 door/window sensor (seperate signals for open and close)
•CHACON DIO 54781 (seperate signals for open and close)

Fireplace:
•Mertik G6R H4T1 / Dru

Smoke Detectors:
•KD101 (Send + Receive)
•Flamingo FA20RF (Send + Receive)

Doorbells:
•SelectPlus (200689103 - Black - Datecode:0614), 1 by One, Delta (O00 QH-0031) (Send + Receive)
•SelectPlus (200689101 - White - Datecode:0914) (Send + Receive)
•Deltronic Wireless Doorbell (Send + Receive)
•RL-02 Wireless Doorbell (Send + Receive)
•Byron SX (Send + Receive)
•Plieger York (Receive)
Note that when the Plieger button is detected as Conrad RSL2, you need to use the button on the inside of the Plieger doorbell to change the address code of the Plieger.

Nodo Slave Sensors:

Temperature, Humidity, UV, barometric Pressure sensors are supported when using
the following Nodo variable numbers:

Variabele 11, 12 en 13 : Temperature
Variabele 14 : Humidity
Variabele 15 : UV
Variabele 16 : Barometric pressure
If you require support for other sensors just let us know.
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Thursday 13 August 2015 11:44

Just tested and found working:
- Smartwares (SH5-TDR-K 10.037.17)
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by remb0 » Thursday 13 August 2015 20:20

tomorrow I will receive my rflink. I should test it with all the devices I have on my rfxcom now.
So I expect some new debug lines :)

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Friday 14 August 2015 0:36

Great.. cant wait :)

R30: (Coming soon)
- New Device: Conrad 9771 Pool Thermometer
- New Device: SilverCrest Z31370-TX Doorbell
- New Device: Smartwares remote controls (among others: SH5-TDR-K 10.037.17)
- New Device: Chuango Alarm devices
- New Device: Oregon Scientific NR868 PIR/night light
- New Device: Oregon Scientific MSR939 PIR
- Changed: HomeEasy remotes can deliver various signals, now skipping KAKU compatible signals and just reporting the HomeEasy code when both codes are transmitted.
- Changed: stretched Xiron timing checks
- Changed: Various timing modifications (NewKaku/AC, Blyss) due to the new timing introduced at version R26
- Changed: Plugin 61, Chinese Alarm devices, reversed bits as it seemed to be correspond better to bit settings, increased address range
- Fixed: Corrected Conrad RSL command interpretation
- Added: Extended Nodo Slave support to support separate and combined sensors
- Added: Extended Nodo Slave support to support pulse meters
and more..
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Dlanor » Saturday 26 September 2015 13:56

Is it possible to have a RFlink and RFXcom connected to one RPI with DomoticZ? Won't it conflict with receiving data?
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by oopee » Saturday 26 September 2015 16:16

Dlanor wrote:Is it possible to have a RFlink and RFXcom connected to one RPI with DomoticZ? Won't it conflict with receiving data?
Working fine together.

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Derik » Sunday 27 September 2015 10:09

Great ....

What is the added value from this 433 MHz RFlink vs RFXCOM

And what are the options for the 2.4GHz frequency
Xu4: Beta Extreme antenna RFXcomE,WU Fi Ping ip P1 Gen5 PVOutput Harmony HUE SolarmanPv OTG Winddelen Alive ESP Buienradar MySensors WOL Winddelen counting RPi: Beta SMAspot RFlinkTest Domoticz ...Different backups

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by oopee » Sunday 27 September 2015 10:27

To me, added values are:
- Able to receive some sensors that are not supported by RFXCOM.
- Able to use AC, lightning4 type devices so I can disable these protocols in RFXCOM. Those protocols interfere with many others in RXFCOM.

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by batso » Tuesday 23 February 2016 23:16

The NEXA LML-710 doorbell works great with the RFLink and Domoticz out of the box.

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Thursday 25 February 2016 13:19

Thanks for reporting!
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by mongoose » Wednesday 29 June 2016 6:49

Hi,

I have some items that is currently not supported i.e. blinds, weather station and about to buy a wireless salus thermostat, that is probably also not supported :)

Now my question is what would you need from me (or anyone else that is looking at decoding wireless signals) to be able to add the device to RFLink.

i.e. I was thinking of purchasing a logic analyzer
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/USB-Logi ... 90865.html

And try and follow a few tutorials to decode them :)

Not sure of my success rate.. but, is that all you would need?

Cheers

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Wednesday 29 June 2016 11:02

Hi Larry,

As a first step:
I (or anyone else who would like to fiddle with it) would need debug data.
This can be obtained by following the explanation on this page: http://www.nemcon.nl/blog2/development
(Note: Alternatively you can use any terminal program to do the same kind of logging)

In case of temperature and alike sensors it is helpful to have some info about the actual temperature (from the base station)
For switches etc. it is helpful to know what button was pressed (up/down/stop/on/off etc)

In some cases it is really obvious what the correct debug packet is, but in other cases it might be more complex.
Note that there is no need to take the correct packet from the log.
Just log a few minutes and send the log to [email protected] with a short explanation of what device data was expected is enough.

Up to this point anyone should be able to make a short debug log and mail it in. No technical knowledge is needed.
We will then analyze the data, add it to the code and supply test versions.

A second step, trying to organize the data:
This is only needed if you want to play, know a bit about coding and how RF protocols work (or want to find out)..

>i.e. I was thinking of purchasing a logic analyzer
This works the same:
http://www.aliexpress.com/item/1sets-Ne ... 02326.html
An analyzer can be very helpful. For sure when after making a protocol implementation from the debug logs the transmit is failing and a switch or receiver is not responding to the transmitted signal..
In that case capturing the actual signal will make it possible to clone the signal.
I have an analyzer as well but obviously it requires access to the actual device which can be a problem.
Via [email protected] we can help you step by step with this as well as how the protocol works, sample and base code, and what (more) needs to be done.

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by rajbadri » Saturday 20 August 2016 6:16

hi does this doorbell work

Byron SX-15iw

http://doorchimesuk.co.uk/catalog/produ ... c9d1d668ef


Thanks

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by ramco » Monday 17 October 2016 20:24

owl cm130 not work in domoticz whit rflinkr r43?

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Tuesday 18 October 2016 0:25

Byron SX should work..
OWL CM130 also should work.
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Westcott » Tuesday 18 October 2016 0:41

Re: Owl CM130 - as I reported elsewhere, it used to work perfectly for mine.
Then one day RFlink stopped receiving data from it.
No software or firmware had been updated, and all my other RFlink devices worked correctly.
Nothing in the debug log either.
Very strange.

All of my ByronSX devices work correctly.
Zwave - Sigma Z+ stick, Fibaro 2x FGSD002, FGMS001
Horstmann - 2x HRT4, 2x C-stat-11, 4x ASR-ZW, TKB 2x TZ56, 2x TZ68E
Max-EQ Cube, Valve, Neo 2x door
RFXtrx433E, RFlink - 1byone driveway, doorbell, Oregon and BangGood temp
Wifi - YeeLight RGB, 3x ESP8266

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Tuesday 18 October 2016 8:24

I guess you checked the OWL batteries?
Also, it is possible that the OWL is transmitting at the exact same timeframe as another device that is closer to rflink and due to that blocking the OWL signals. Reinserting the batteries might help.
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Westcott » Tuesday 18 October 2016 10:25

The Owl's paired mini receiver has continued to receive correctly.
Yes, I tested the batteries.
I also brought the owl transmitter into the same room as the RFlink receiver without success.
Zwave - Sigma Z+ stick, Fibaro 2x FGSD002, FGMS001
Horstmann - 2x HRT4, 2x C-stat-11, 4x ASR-ZW, TKB 2x TZ56, 2x TZ68E
Max-EQ Cube, Valve, Neo 2x door
RFXtrx433E, RFlink - 1byone driveway, doorbell, Oregon and BangGood temp
Wifi - YeeLight RGB, 3x ESP8266

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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Stuntteam » Tuesday 18 October 2016 11:42

Must be something else then, I have send you a pm..
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Re: RFLink: List of supported devices

Post by Ferno2000 » Wednesday 16 November 2016 2:30

Hi Everybody,
I am having some trouble with my RFLink (using the latest firmware 44) in domoticz (latest version also).

The RFlink seems to be working find when it comes to controlling Kaku and Elro switches that are connected to wall socket and on permanent electricity.
But my door sensors (AMST-606), pir (AWST6000) and Thermometer (TX-320) are not being detected anymore. Removing them and having domoticz discover them automatically again does not work. Domoticz does not find them. I tried with new batteries but nothing is working.

The odd thing is that I can still control the other Kaku devices through domoticz like AILS-3500 , ACD-200, some elro plugs de kaku doorbell etc.
Also the other sensors (the ones not working now) did work in the beginning.

Anybody a clue what might be going on?

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