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1byone Motion Sensors
#1
Hi @ all,

I 've bought a 1byone motion sensor with alarm unit and would like to integrate the components into pilight.

The protocol seems to be quite easy. The sensors transmit a sequence of 36 pulses.
I could use pilight to emulate a sensor and activate the bell by sending e.g. the raw command
Code:
pilight-send -p raw -c="1050 1050 400 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 6000"
Each Sensor starts with an long pulse (1050) then a sequence of 17 Long/Short or Short/Long Pulses and a very long pulse (6000) at the end.

The next step is to implement a new protocol.
Wich protocol would you recommend to use as base for this implementation?
Most of the protocols implement switches, which have an on and an off state. This does not look suffitient for me since my sensors can only send one command.

Best regards
Morphel

P.S.: As soon as I have access to the Sensors again, I could add some raw data, if required.
 
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#2
(12-08-2016, 03:50 PM)MorfelPi Wrote: Hi @ all,

I 've bought a 1byone motion sensor with alarm unit and would like to integrate the components into pilight.

The protocol seems to be quite easy. The sensors transmit a sequence of 36 pulses.
I could use pilight to emulate a sensor and activate the bell by sending e.g. the raw command
Code:
pilight-send -p raw -c="1050 1050 400 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 1050 400 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 400 1050 6000"
Each Sensor starts with an long pulse (1050) then a sequence of 17 Long/Short or Short/Long Pulses and a very long pulse (6000) at the end.

The next step is to implement a new protocol.
Wich protocol would you recommend to use as base for this implementation?
Most of the protocols implement switches, which have an on and an off state. This does not look suffitient for me since my sensors can only send one command.

Best regards
Morphel

P.S.: As soon as I have access to the Sensors again, I could add some raw data, if required.

Hi,
I would like to use that sensor also with pilight. Where you able to implement a protocol for that? Is there a possibility to react on received raw code alternatively (if there is no protocol)?
 
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#3
Hi guys,
I want to create my own protocol for a 1byone PIR motion sensor. I recorded the raw data already:
time: Thu Apr 6 21:27:46 2017
hardware: 433gpio
pulse: 6
rawlen: 36
pulselen: 170

Raw code:
1020 1190 340 1190 340 340 1020 340 1020 340 1020 1190 340 1190 340 340 1020 340 1020 340 1020 1190 340 340 1020 1190 340 340 1020 340 1020 340 1020 340 1020 5780

Is there a tutorial or something like that how to create a protocol for that sensor? Or how to react on raw data? For me it is not so important how the protocol is exactly build (no need to divide it into system/unit code etc), I only want to react on a the signal. Is anybody here who could help me getting started?

Thanks in advance!
 
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#4
Hello,

I'd like to push this thread since I'm still very interested to Support this sensors with pilight. I'd like to receive commands from a sensor and trigger some pilight actions and i would also like to send commands to ring the bell.

Is there a piligth protocol, which supports triggers by a single command? If I have a base, I can adapt it to the current 1byone Protocol.
A work around would be to implement a switch, which is set by a the sensor and reset by a rule, but this seems very odd to me.
Sending commands means setting the switch to on and reset it to off again...

Best regards
MorphelPi
 
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#5
(11-03-2017, 10:22 AM)MorfelPi Wrote: Hello,

I'd like to push this thread since I'm still very interested to Support this sensors with pilight. I'd like to receive commands from a sensor and trigger some pilight actions and i would also like to send commands to ring the bell.

Is there a piligth protocol, which supports triggers by a single command? If I have a base, I can adapt it to the current 1byone Protocol.
A work around would be to implement a switch, which is set by a the sensor and reset by a rule, but this seems very odd to me.
Sending commands means setting the switch to on and reset it to off again...

Best regards
MorphelPi

Try to Start with the Grundig doorbell Protocol. (Also a Thread here with Protocols on github)
 
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