Howto: Raspberry Pi GPIO 433MHz Remote Sockets

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Re: Howto: Raspberry Pi GPIO 433MHz Remote Sockets

Post by amraohs » Wednesday 22 March 2017 13:09

Thanks for your information, i found out that if you have the 433utils working, you can just create a dummy (hardware type), create switches and then just use the script. Then there is no need for hardware settings in Domoticz. When you create a switch you can just leave it at x10, the settings doesn't matter.

I created a dutch tutorial on this: https://shoarma.000webhostapp.com/index ... pberry-pi/ (DUTCH)

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Re: Howto: Raspberry Pi GPIO 433MHz Remote Sockets

Post by wm62 » Tuesday 31 October 2017 20:30

Hi, i created this project and it works perfect with my 433Mz remote powerplugs.
I've got a question:
I've bought this https://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/0.h ... 2805891010
They are 433Mhz remote magnetic switches.
If i use RFSniffer i can see the codes for an open and closed contact.
But what i can't figure out is how to use this with domoticz, there is a command for sending (codesend) but is there one for receiving ?
Or how do i do this ?
Thx for all the help !! :D

EDIT: Solved, bought an RFLink instead, working perfectly

Note: Is it just me , but responses on this forum are not very often ?

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Re: Howto: Raspberry Pi GPIO 433MHz Remote Sockets

Post by Terry322 » Thursday 21 December 2017 11:35

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Re: Howto: Raspberry Pi GPIO 433MHz Remote Sockets

Post by blauwebuis » Wednesday 07 February 2018 0:17

For anyone finding this thread: there is now a plugin that does all of this for you. Just install it and connect the really cheap RF receiver and transmitter.

https://github.com/flatsiedatsie/433Switches

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Re: Howto: Raspberry Pi GPIO 433MHz Remote Sockets

Post by hendrikenrenny » Friday 09 November 2018 10:59

Hi,

I've used this script, but also the one on ehoco.nl webpage.

The problem I have is that if i send a code with the transmitter (command ./codesend 12345), the RFSniffer (receiver) is detecting it perfectly!

When I use my KAKU remote, RFSniffer doesnot detect anything. Even if I keep the receiver very close (< 1 cm) to the remote of KAKU.

So I've played with 5.5 V or 3.3 V on the receiver, but no effect. In fact, at 3.3V the receiver stopped working. Put antenna's on and of, but that didnot show any effect at all.

I also tried the flatsiedatsie way of working, but then also the codes from the KAKU remotes are not read by the receiver.

Does anyone of you have an idea?

Using RPI2.
RX/TX bought from Aliexpress: https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/433M-TX- ... 7124fe6fc4
Domoticz: latest version 4.9700

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