Hassio 433mhz.

Discussion in 'api' started by Zuktilar , Thursday, February 24, 2022 7:57:46 AM.

  1. Tojale

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    The fob just needs to produce a unique code for HA to know which button on which fob was pressed. Example configuration. I think a rflink is the best solution. The RFLink platform can be configured to completely ignore a device on a platform level. To enable RFLink in your installation, add the following to your configuration. It is cheap, but you have to wait long.
     
  2. Bazil

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    Can anyone suggest the best/most flexible system (plus any sort of starter guide) for capturing, identifying and decoding MHz stuff? Craig.Therefore all switchable devices are automatically added as light by default.
     
  3. Yozshujar

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    The MHz spectrum is used by many manufacturers mostly using their own protocol/standard and includes devices like: light switches, blinds.My configuration.
    Hassio 433mhz.
     
  4. Akik

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    I use the Sonoff Mhz bridge mentioned above, all my devices work fine. I have Mhz PIRs, wall switches, reed sensors, remotes and alarms.So when the Alarm panel rang and the signal goes to HA?
     
  5. Memi

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    Instructions on how to integrate devices controlled via codes sent with low-cost GPIO RF modules on a Raspberry Pi into Home Assistant as a switch.This tools give me only the code received, not protocole or pulselenght.
     
  6. Kagazahn

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    Hello, I made an attempt to draft a mhz gateway comparison so as to enable newbies to have a view if the different possibilities of.Misconception 1.
     
  7. JoJozragore

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    Repository for filmha2.online add ons. Contribute to accelle17/hassio-addons development by creating an account on GitHub. there is a RTL_ to MQTT.I use my mhz with mysensors.
     
  8. Dohn

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    Hi. I have a fresh installation of home assistant running on a Raspbian image. It's installed on my rip 3. It's working well.I actually thought that a Broadlink could only be a permanent RF transmitter, I need a receiver.
     
  9. Daigami

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    If you have seen the Title, you know my question. So here is my Setup. Home Assistant Running on a Pi3. I have added a MHz Receiver and.You listen to RF remotes and wehn HA detects the signal you can do whatever you want - turn on the lights, start a script etc.
     
  10. Mosar

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    Does anyone know if programmable generic MHz transmitters exist, which can be programmed to control a range of RF devices (e.g. different.A complete list of devices supported by RFLink can be found here.
     
  11. Nikoshicage

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    29 votes, 48 comments. I've got a few cheap mhz transmitters and receivers from eBay .This is useful if placing the RFLink device next to the HA server is not optimal or desired eg: bad reception.
     
  12. Nazahn

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    You listen to RF remotes and wehn HA detects the signal you can do whatever you want - turn on the lights, start a script etc.
     
  13. Mazuran

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    I already bought some stuff for HA, so my budget is exhausted now.
    Hassio 433mhz.
     
  14. Kazibar

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    The so called sleep function in Arduino is just a loop with a countdown counter.
     
  15. Nikoshura

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    Is there another cheap usb MHz transceiver, you can recommend me that works well with Home Assistant?
     
  16. Mulrajas

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    I used Here to get mine.
     
  17. Dakasa

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    For debugging purposes or context when investigating issues you can enable debug logging for RFLink with the following configuration snippet:.
     
  18. Sakazahn

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    I mean my ideal goal is to put this inside PIR sensor maybe not the smallest oneinside wall switches like broadlink tc2, and similar size objects.
    Hassio 433mhz.
     
  19. Kirr

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    Forgive me for that.
     
  20. Kigore

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    Yes superheterodyne are better than fsa and mk 5v.
     
  21. Faulkree

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    I think a rflink is the best solution.
     
  22. Meshakar

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    Hello Everyone, If you have seen the Title, you know my question.
     
  23. Bragal

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    A bit more expensive but works very well.
     
  24. Tygonris

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    Any ideas?
     
  25. Tamuro

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    Do you have an antenna on the transmitter?
     
  26. Sharr

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    Feel free to comment.
     
  27. Tuzil

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    Sender and receiver works well on GPIO.Forum Hassio 433mhz
     
  28. Nasida

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    Using mhz sender and receiver Configuration.
    Hassio 433mhz.
     
  29. Gurisar

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    I would also double check that you are using the correct gpio pins.
     
  30. Mer

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    I only use for temperature sensors, but the RFXcom kit has been excellent.
     
  31. Mera

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    Is that how it would all hang together?
     
  32. Kagam

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    So i hope anybody is able to help me or point me in the right direction.
     
  33. Voodoonris

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    I think we are going out of the subject.
     
  34. Akinosida

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    If I use rpiutils tools it works nice.
    Hassio 433mhz.
     
  35. Kile

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    And as an Extra i added pilight: host:
     

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