1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

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1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Monday 26 January 2015 19:15

Hi,

i have this doorbell:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/1Byone-Wireless ... uctDetails

runs on 433Mhz and wanted to get it/try to get it added to domoticz / RFXCOM so i can do stuff (send notification) if someone presses it.

doorbell (transmitter)
speaker (receiver)

the speaker has "learning mode/code matching" button but as hardware's not listed not sure which options to choose??

i tried the light switch -> learn light/switch and pressed "Learning mode" on speak but to no avail.

tried the same with door bell, press door bell and learn mode but no luck.

i know it's really the doorbell i need to add to domoticz, anything else i could try?
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Re: 1Byone Doorbell

Post by Raspberry Piet » Monday 26 January 2015 21:08

Cybershot803 wrote:Hi,

i have this doorbell:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/1Byone-Wireless ... uctDetails

runs on 433Mhz and wanted to get it/try to get it added to domoticz / RFXCOM so i can do stuff (send notification) if someone presses it.

doorbell (transmitter)
speaker (receiver)

the speaker has "learning mode/code matching" button but as hardware's not listed not sure which options to choose??

i tried the light switch -> learn light/switch and pressed "Learning mode" on speak but to no avail.

tried the same with door bell, press door bell and learn mode but no luck.

i know it's really the doorbell i need to add to domoticz, anything else i could try?
This could be the same as the Select Plus / Quhwa wireless doorbell.
Make sure your RFXtrx433(e) is updated with latest firmware (Select Plus is supported since 02-01-2015)
Set ByronSX as enabled.
When pushing the doorbell it should show up in devices summary.

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell

Post by p e t e r » Monday 26 January 2015 23:14

i think this answers your question:
Siewert308SW wrote:
1. Unplug the door chime
2. Pull the battery from the door chime button
3. Enable "accept new hardware" in settings
4. Check undec & byron in RFXtrx433 hardware settings
5. Put the battery back in de door chime button
6. Press it a couple of times
7. Now go and see if Domo found some new unused devices

8. If found then add the new door chime to your switches
9. Now plug in the door chime in to your socket
10. Press the door chime button to learn the new code in to the door chime
11. Unplug the door chime again from the socket and wait a minute
12. Plug it back in and tick the button in your switch windows of Domo to learn it also
13. If all goes well then the Chime will work by Domo and button
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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Tuesday 27 January 2015 19:59

wkd thanks will try this and let you know how i get on :-D

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Thursday 29 January 2015 0:11

i couldn't get this to work no matter how much i tried :-(

confirmed mode on RFX was set to undec on and byron SX (everything else is set by default mode except lightwaverf is also enabled)
confirmed accept new hardware was enabled, i even tried with "allow for 5 minutes"... i did unhandled data received FE02 error but don't know if that was to do with my hardware sensors maybe...

any ideas why the chime button didn't show up in devices summary/ devices not used list :-(

i also tried leaving battery out for longer and pressing and holding button and pressing button several times (detatched button and was in same room as RFX Transceiver so signal strength wasn't an issue either :-(

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Thursday 29 January 2015 8:49

Btw firmware on RFXtrx433E USB is: 236 altho domoticz lists it as RFXtrx433 USB... is that right? :?

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by arjanvdwiel » Monday 02 February 2015 17:48

Same problem here, followed the described steps but no banana. I can't get my (action) doorbell detected.

- Restarted my raspberry
- Only enabled Byron SX & undec on
- Removed the battery
- Put domoticz in discovery mode

Does the doorbell take a new transmitter id everytime you put in a battery?
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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Raspberry Piet » Monday 02 February 2015 21:18

Cybershot803 wrote:Btw firmware on RFXtrx433E USB is: 236 altho domoticz lists it as RFXtrx433 USB... is that right? :?
Yes same here.

Have you tried this doorbell with RFXmngr?

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by b_weijenberg » Tuesday 03 February 2015 0:59

It seems some buttons are not received or sometimes received.
We will do some tests next week with a few buttons and create a new firmware version.
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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Tuesday 03 February 2015 1:30

b_weijenberg wrote:It seems some buttons are not received or sometimes received.
We will do some tests next week with a few buttons and create a new firmware version.
Fantastic news!
Raspberry Piet wrote:Have you tried this doorbell with RFXmngr?
no i haven't - that was going to be my next step but might hold off now until after next week

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by g0dz0r » Wednesday 04 February 2015 14:28

The problem with the Quhwa (Action) could be because a different print is used. I bought two and no luck with either of them.

This is presumably the print that works at the moment:

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Note that the pictures above are actually a 1byone but it should be the same as the Quhwa.

Both my prints read REV1.0 instead of 09.10.16. Would be great if this one could be added in the next firmware. On the revised print there are also holes for a second switch (SW2) on the back of the print.

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Raspberry Piet » Wednesday 04 February 2015 18:56

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My RFXtrx433 (FW 183) does pick up the signal of this doorbell.
My RFXtrx433E (FW 236) does pick up the signal of this doorbell.

It's the black SelectPlus 200689103 (sold by action)

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by g0dz0r » Thursday 05 February 2015 21:52

Nice to hear, after trying for some time I managed the get the white one working. I'll keep trying to get the other working also, not that I need it but it would be nice and maybe I can use it for a different task.

Edit: tried switch 2 and it seems to send a different code each time it's pressed, domoticz sees it as different id's. Haven't tried what happens when I pull out the battery but it wouldn't surprise me if the code and thus the id changes everytime you put it back in. That's at least how I got it working. ;)

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Friday 06 February 2015 13:52

Bizarrely it seems RFX/Domo has now picked it up!?! :-D however when i press it, nothing happens - unless this is a neighbours doorbell lol

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Mince Inside » Friday 06 February 2015 16:57

I understood it was very specific about the make/model ie not a Byron SX then forget it. :roll:
You can only capture the bell signal when it's in learning mode (batteries just fitted to the bell end) :lol:
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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Friday 06 February 2015 17:26

Random... well... its picked sumthing up :-)

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by D'rMorris » Saturday 07 February 2015 10:57

g0dz0r wrote:The problem with the Quhwa (Action) could be because a different print is used. I bought two and no luck with either of them.

This is presumably the print that works at the moment:

Image Image

Note that the pictures above are actually a 1byone but it should be the same as the Quhwa.

Both my prints read REV1.0 instead of 09.10.16. Would be great if this one could be added in the next firmware. On the revised print there are also holes for a second switch (SW2) on the back of the print.
I have this exact same print and it doesn't work for me :(. Tried the RFXMNGR with undec and Byron on, to no avail. I'll wait until a new firmware comes out next week.

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by b_weijenberg » Saturday 28 February 2015 16:07

Firmware version 237 is available for download and all SelectPlus buttons should be received now.
If still problems contact support rfxcom.com

note that this firmware will also need a chance in Domoticz!
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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Saturday 28 February 2015 16:59

i'm getting "2015-02-28 14:56:30.202 Error: UNHANDLED PACKET TYPE: FS20 00" in logs, i have same Print the Rasberry Piet posted (Quhwa REV10) modes i have enabled:

undec
ByronSX
AD/LivewaveRF
AC
ARC
X10

Edit: Enabled all modes and it's picked it up...
Edit: Just tested again and looks like ARC mode interferes with ByronSX

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Re: 1Byone Doorbell (type O00QH-0013)

Post by Cybershot803 » Sunday 01 March 2015 13:49

This is fantastic that this works! thanks RFXCOM guys! :-)

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