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Hi guys,

i bought a new lamp from Amazon and it was equipped with a 433 MHz remote, can you help me out with that? It seems there is no protocol for TechLiCo in pilight.

The remote has four buttons A, B, C and D.

Here is the debug code for each button:

Code:
Button A:
--[RESULTS]--

time:        Sun Jul 13 15:02:59 2014
hardware:    433gpio
pulse:        3
rawlen:        50
binlen:        12
pulselen:    208

Raw code:
208 624 208 832 208 624 624 208 208 624 208 624 624 208 624 208 208 832 624 208 208 832 208 624 208 832 624 208 624 208 624 208 208 832 208 624 208 832 208 832 208 624 208 624 624 208 624 208 208 7072
Binary code:
101001001110

Button B:
--[RESULTS]--

time:        Sun Jul 13 15:03:52 2014
hardware:    433gpio
pulse:        3
rawlen:        50
binlen:        12
pulselen:    208

Raw code:
208 624 208 624 208 624 624 208 208 624 208 624 624 208 624 208 208 624 624 208 208 832 208 624 208 624 624 208 624 208 624 208 624 208 624 208 208 624 208 624 208 624 208 832 208 832 208 624 208 7072
Binary code:
101001000111

Button C:
--[RESULTS]--

time:        Sun Jul 13 15:04:28 2014
hardware:    433gpio
pulse:        3
rawlen:        50
binlen:        12
pulselen:    207

Raw code:
207 621 207 621 207 621 621 207 207 621 207 621 621 207 621 207 207 828 621 207 207 828 207 621 207 828 621 207 621 207 621 207 207 621 207 621 207 828 207 621 621 207 621 207 621 207 621 207 207 7038
Binary code:
101001001100

Button D:
--[RESULTS]--

time:        Sun Jul 13 15:04:56 2014
hardware:    433gpio
pulse:        3
rawlen:        50
binlen:        12
pulselen:    207

Raw code:
207 621 207 621 207 621 621 207 207 621 207 828 621 207 621 207 207 621 621 207 207 828 207 828 207 621 621 207 621 207 621 207 207 621 207 621 207 621 207 621 621 207 621 207 207 621 207 621 207 7038
Binary code:
101001001101

Pushing the button "A" turns on the big light, pushing it again the big light turns off.
Pushing the button "B" turns on the LED light, pushing it again the LED light turns off.
Pushing the button "C" turns on both the big light and the LED light.
Pushing the button "D" turns off both the big light and the LED light.

Hope there is already a way to use it.

Thank you in advance, cheers ACE
 
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#2
hey, I'm looking for a solution too. But i cant find a solution.
My only way is: You can use your RAW-Code to switch your light on or off in terminal(only way i know).

Terminal:
example with your code:

sudo pilight-send -p raw -c "208 624 208 832 208 624 624 208 208 624 208 624 624 208 624 208 208 832 624 208 208 832 208 624 208 832 624 208 624 208 624 208 208 832 208 624 208 832 208 832 208 624 208 624 624 208 624 208 208 7072"
 
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#3
@ACE
Normally you need to synchronize the handheld controller with the remote device (ID/HOUSECODE/SYSTEMCODE).
Is the remote control and/or the lamp equipped with DIP switches or a button to change the SYSTEMCODE or is there a learning mode feature described in the manual (typically the SYSTEMCODE changes with each insertion of a set of batteries or there is a LEARNING MODE/CODE CHANGE/... button on the device.

Does the remote control has no button to handle ALL devices with one press of a button ?

Can you post raw data for one of the Buttons with the changed SYSTEM CODE ?

I am pretty sure that the pulse=3 analysis is wrong, and that pulse=1 is correct, thus i assume that raw data contains in bit 0 to 31 the SYSTEMCODE and in bit 32 to 47 the Button Code:
Button A: 0001
Button B: 1000
Button C: 0000
Button D: 0011

Code:
BIN                     RAW     BUTTON A    BUTTON B    BUTTON C    BUTTON D
0     0    0    0    0    0     208 624     208 624     207 621     207 621
1     0    0    0    0    2     208 832     208 624     207 621     207 621
2     0    0    0    0    4     208 624     208 624     207 621     207 621
3     1    1    1    1    6     624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
4     0    0    0    0    8     208 624     208 624     207 621     207 621
5     0    0    0    0    10    208 624     208 624     207 621     207 828
6     1    1    1    1    12    624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
7     1    1    1    1    14    624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
8     0    0    0    0    16    208 832     208 624     207 828     207 621
9     1    1    1    1    18    624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
10    0    0    0    0    20    208 832     208 832     207 828     207 828
11    0    0    0    0    22    208 624     208 624     207 621     207 828
12    0    0    0    0    24    208 832     208 624     207 828     207 621
13    1    1    1    1    26    624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
14    1    1    1    1    28    624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
15    1    1    1    1    30    624 208     624 208     621 207     621 207
16    0    1    0    0    32    208 832     624 208     207 621     207 621
17    0    1    0    0    34    208 624     624 208     207 621     207 621
18    0    0    0    0    36    208 832     208 624     207 828     207 621
19    0    0    0    0    38    208 832     208 624     207 621     207 621
20    0    0    0    1    40    208 624     208 624     621 207     621 207
21    0    0    0    1    42    208 624     208 832     621 207     621 207
22    1    0    0    1    44    624 208     208 832     621 207     207 621
23    1    0    0    1    46    624 208     208 624     621 207     207 621
24    F    F    F    F    48    208 7072    208 7072    207 7038    207 7038
 
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#4
(07-13-2014, 03:28 PM)ACE Wrote: Hi guys,

i bought a new lamp from Amazon and it was equipped with a 433 MHz remote, can you help me out with that? It seems there is no protocol for TechLiCo in pilight.
.....

Hope there is already a way to use it.

Thank you in advance, cheers ACE
Done. Please check the development version or the nightly build for techlico_switch protocol. Details are in the wiki.
 
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