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Conrad no name wireless switch
#1
Hi,

Does someone know if this is supported (yet) by pilight?
http://www.conrad.nl/ce/nl/product/64047...archDetail
They only have 433MHz at the front, no learning mode and the remote can control 4 switches. With dip-switches, 16 devices can be controlled.
The advantage is that you can buy them all seperate, including the remote and there also is an outdoor switch.
In their Declaration of Confirmaty they mention the following types:
- Transmitter model no. RSL366T
- Receiver model no. RSL366R

Thanks,

Kees
 
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#2
Did you try the intertechno_old ?
 
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#3
This is also sold at the Kwantum!

I'm using for mine:
- Transmitter model no. RSL366T
- Receiver model no. RSL366R;

Code:
"switch2": {
                        "name": "switch-2",
                        "protocol": [ "kaku_switch_old" ],
                        "id": [{
                                "id": 29,
                                "unit": 14
                        }],
                        "state": "off"
                }

Greetings Mike
 
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#4
Wo_rasp, I did not buy them yet.

Mike, thanks for letting me know they are supported, good to know they can be bought at Kwantum.
 
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#5
Kwantum (The Netherlands)
Kwantum devices

Greetings,
Mike
 
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#6
I'm getting kind of desperate with those, maybe one of you can help me, I'm kind of new to this.
I did a installation according to this tutorial (http://www.forum-raspberrypi.de/Thread-t...darstellen)

transmitter and receiver are connected correctly as everything i send via putty (e.g. pilight-send -p kaku_switch_old -u 15 -i 13 -t) is received correctly from another pi 3 meters away.
But when the switches aren't affected in any way and when I push a button on the original remote, nothing happens. I really thank you in advance for your help. cheers.
 
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#7
check the DIP Switches on the remote & Switches - do they match? otherwise your Switches are broken, if the remote doesn't work.
 
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#8
the point is, there are no dip switches on those models. the switches do work as they can be controlled with the original remotes...
 
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#9
So you push a button on the remote and nothing is shown on pilight-receive?
I guess it will be the receiver/sender part since you don't receive anything.

I don't know for sure, but the other pi running pilight might get the "receiving" info directly from pilight via LAN not via the 433mhz..?
 
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#10
If you have no DIP switches, IMHO you do not have a RSL366T / RSL366R.
 
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