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QUIGG GT9000 (Globaltronics/ALDI)
Quote:Don't hold the buttons, but press them once, release and press again. Each button should send 4 different binary codes.

There should be no repeat value > 1 if you do it as mentioned above. Please also provide the full list instead of the pilight-receive output.
I think I've got it right. Press, release, press.
It is always the same binary code. 00010000101110111010000

Am I doing something wrong?
Hi there,

I'd like to join the effort to make this protocol work.
I can't find the "gt9000debug" git branch anymore, which one should I compile for testing?

Try this one:

It's on its way to the pilight development branch. Will be added this weekend.
@dominik. That's brilliant news! My next question is probably very lame, but I'm very new to this: how do I remove the currently installed "official" pilight development branch to use your development branch instead? I know how to remove packages with apt-get, but I don't know how to remove self compiled software (and that's how I installed the pilight development branch).
Why do you want to do that ?
You should get a book and learn some of the git basics.

Whenever you clone a git repository, git creates a new directory and it uses the current directory as its root, for example you are at:

Cloning dominiks git repository at this point, git will create a new directory pilight, the root directory of that git repository is then:

Most probably your original development branch is part of the original pilight repository and that is located at:

If you want to delete that original pilight directory, you go one directory back:
root@pi:/home/pi/pilight# cd ..
and remove it completely:
root@pi:/home/pi# rm -r pilight

WARNING: That directory is irrecoverably gone ! Think twice !

If you want to compile dominiks development branch, you go into the directory:
root@pi:/home/pi# cd dominik/pilight
at that point you need to tell git that you want to work with the development branch and issue the following git command:
root@pi:/home/pi/domink/pilight# git checkout development
and than you compile everything with
root@pi:/home/pi/domink/pilight# ./setup.sh

If you want to compile the original pilight development code you go into the original pilight directory:
root@pi:/home/pi# cd pilight
at that point you need to tell git that you want to work with the development branch and issue the following git command:
root@pi:/home/pi/pilight# git checkout development
and than you compile everything with
root@pi:/home/pi/pilight# ./setup.sh
I tested the quigg_gt9000 module from https://github.com/pilight/pilight/tree/development . With three different brands:
  • Tevion GT-9000 remote with GT-FSI-07 switches
  • SilverCrest 91210
  • Intertek Unitec 48110: 50028 remote, 55006x10 switches

And I am glad to tell, that the detection of the button presses on the remote with pilight is working very good, also for different binary codes.

Thanks, this is very good work!

But unfortunately, none of the switches are working for me. It seems to be a timing problem. The transmitted binary code of pilight is correct (one of the rotating binary code).

I got all of my switches working, by increasing PULSE_QUIGG_SHORT from 300 to 400. @dominik , is there any reason, why you choose 300? I saw in the github history, it was 400 before. Also, the raw codes at the beginning of this thread looking more like 400 or 500.

Hi Puuu,

thank you for testing.

I agree that normally it should be 500/1000, but for some reason my switches worked better with 300/1200. I'll try 500/1000 again and see if I can see a difference. If they work fine, I'm going to change it to 500/1000.


First of all thanks @wo_rasp for the detailed answer, I really appreciated it.

I'm using a SilverCrest Wireless Socket from Lidl
Remote: SilverCrest 113854 RCT DS1 AAA-A 3726
4x Switches: SilverCrest 113854 RCR DS1 3711-A IP20 FR 3726

I have also tested my switches using https://github.com/pilight/pilight/tree/development, and I could replicate and confirm what Puuu was saying:

Receiving codes is working perfectly out of the box (nice job Dominik!), but sending does not work as of yet.

Using the small correction what Puu suggested, by increasing PULSE_QUIGG_SHORT from 300 to 400, I got all buttons working.

Thank you for your replies. I just changed the value to 500.


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