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Protocol for FT0073
#1
Brick 
Hello,
it seems that the protocol of the FT0073 is not yet supported by pilight.
I have this weather station at home and like to receive the values in pilight.
Sainlogic

It seems to be the same as those two: (also FT0073 and looks the same)
Froggit
TFA Dostmann

Because of the last one (TFA) i thought it might be the TFA or TFA30 protocol. But i think it is not. Tired

So, yesterday I put together my low pass filter and flashed it. The noise is almost gone. Great.

Here are some piligt-raw -L captures. At the moment i am not able to decode it myself but i will try. Sorry, I was not able to capture piligt-debug. There was no result when the sensor indicated sending. I will try with another sensor later.
If anyone of you has some time and knows how to do it, i'd really appreciate it if (s)he does it for me. Angel

Sender is called: FT007TH Big Grin

Channel 3, 21.1°C, 48% hum
Code:
433gpio:  442 530 385 588 385 575 399 608 368 585 388 590 393 1067 888 1065 889 1066 405 566 417 558 888 1070 886 585 396 592 377 588 389 596 378 589 455 535 384 603 369 1076 408 562 408 566 886 1076 405 563 888 1067 418 590 385 555 896 1062 408 574 881 588 386 1070 407 575 405 565 416 570 878 597 373 1076 408 572 408 563 407 569 879 606 375 589 385 1087 396 565 406 576 405 564 888 1075 406 563 410 574 427 544 877 605 427 543 380 593 386 595 377 606 376 597 376 593 386 596 379 596 377 596 386 1075 880 1068 892 1076 394 574 407 564 886 1075 876 594 380 602 378 590 384 605 375 595 375 596 385 594 377 1098 383 575 407 566 887 1082 396 570 879 1075 396 586 394 575 876 1076 405 584 866 598 383 1080 395 567 410 568 406 575 878 595 385 1075 406 558 407 576 410 572 880 592 375 606 376 1079 394 580 406 574 397 574 878 1078 397 577 406 571 404 569 878 599 377 594 386 598 374 597 388 603 364 607 374 598 374 599 388 597 375 594 377 1086 868 1076 885 1075 399 573 406 566 885 1068 885 595 375 596 387 600 373 598 375 609 375 599 373 594 385 1077 397 575 406 572 878 1074 399 575 876 1075 407 573 406 574 876 1090 396 564 876 597 386 1070 406 573 398 578 398 577 877 607 374 1074 406 574 399 573 407 573 877 593 379 604 376 1076 403 579 397 567 416 573 869 1086 394 584 397 572 399 577 436 4003005 -#: 315

Channel 3, 21.2°C, 48% hum (looks incomplete to me Unsure)
Code:
433gpio:  2143 473 1965 469 3920 486 1953 487 3916 466 3931 476 1971 468 3909 492 3914 470 3929 470 1964 478 1964 478 1958 477 1963 477 1964 490 1964 469 1968 477 3905 489 3918 468 1967 476 1964 489 1947 489 3916 476 1964 469 3930 471 1972 471 1965 470 1966 488 3924 462 1967 472 3929 471 1975 463 1969 476 9245 -#: 67
433gpio:  519 1963 476 3925 472 1964 477 3927 468 1967 471 3922 488 1944 496 3911 477 3921 477 1964 471 3922 478 3915 471 3928 485 1957 468 1965 478 1965 470 1967 478 1971 482 1967 468 1968 470 3916 482 3912 478 1965 469 1973 487 1947 490 3911 480 1960 477 3927 468 1968 471 1967 471 1973 483 3912 478 1964 470 3934 474 1963 467 1967 478 9254 -#: 74
433gpio:  2475 500 3892 479 1962 478 3929 467 1974 468 3907 491 1978 465 3911 479 3923 478 1967 468 3909 492 3916 471 3927 471 1965 480 1964 476 1959 472 1966 489 1966 477 1964 469 1974 473 3925 471 3922 462 1965 488 1954 487 1964 476 3917 469 1963 486 3918 470 1972 471 1964 485 1965 476 3916 470 1965 489 3909 476 1970 470 1964 476 9253 -#: 73
433gpio:  522 1951 486 3911 476 1963 475 3928 469 1976 467 3934 474 1966 465 3918 492 3904 476 1963 476 3937 468 3907 487 3917 476 1957 475 1964 477 1963 488 1965 476 1970 470 1965 475 1964 468 3931 474 3910 490 1951 487 1972 470 1964 476 3908 489 1965 482 3903 476 1965 487 1964 476 1972 470 3935 462 1975 21840 -#: 67

Channel 3, 21.2°C or 21.3°C, 48% or 49% hum (Directly after inserting battery. Values just changed. So I am not sure which one is in the telegram.)
Code:
433gpio:  880 1042 428 552 427 565 886 1054 898 1057 895 585 395 1059 889 594 386 1065 888 1066 415 554 899 1057 416 564 888 1065 417 554 418 569 885 1066 407 564 895 588 379 595 386 585 392 1076 404 565 887 589 385 1066 416 564 407 572 882 1069 881 594 379 1078 879 596 378 594 387 1069 408 566 414 567 407 575 397 574 880 597 377 599 385 596 375 608 369 597 376 600 379 604 381 583 386 595 387 589 386 1066 888 1067 887 1076 396 567 409 577 877 1076 877 1068 887 595 376 1070 886 598 377 1083 869 1071 409 567 884 1077 406 575 869 1077 406 576 399 582 874 1075 406 566 878 595 377 601 385 597 374 1070 408 577 877 602 370 1077 406 568 406 576 878 1078 872 594 387 1070 877 602 375 596 385 1072 407 566 410 574 398 585 396 575 872 598 377 600 378 599 384 590 385 596 375 607 367 601 377 606 368 611 374 595 375 1075 883 1088 867 1074 403 572 404 572 875 1075 883 1073 882 591 382 1079 876 591 384 1072 882 1091 386 571 876 1082 398 581 879 1074 395 573 406 571 884 1071 404 581 875 588 385 612 363 594 390 1075 394 576 875 601 391 1067 401 573 399 582 466 186 218 1072 883 596 383 1070 882 594 381 602 373 1073 405 573 405 573 405 572 405 570 461 4336630 -#: 278

Channel 3, 21.3°C, 49% hum (also directly after inserting battery)
Code:
433gpio:  387 575 404 563 409 1052 900 1048 907 1064 416 553 421 553 899 1061 890 1066 412 561 420 552 898 583 388 585 396 584 389 1070 406 568 416 563 888 1064 417 556 890 1064 410 562 418 557 898 1062 885 1063 415 564 416 565 409 564 416 564 416 554 898 583 385 1072 409 573 407 563 888 1064 886 1065 887 1064 886 594 389 586 384 1066 416 566 407 568 416 568 876 594 386 585 388 595 385 595 378 586 397 584 386 588 397 584 388 584 387 596 386 1066 886 1067 886 1068 415 566 407 563 887 1076 876 1068 409 568 411 565 886 593 382 594 385 589 385 1079 404 565 408 567 888 1075 399 567 888 1082 398 565 410 564 886 1066 885 1072 414 560 408 570 407 570 406 577 397 570 895 579 383 1065 413 572 404 572 882 1070 882 1119 838 1069 882 590 387 601 374 1071 414 563 413 561 409 573 881 599 377 594 381 592 386 592 382 597 381 595 382 603 372 592 386 602 372 612 367 1076 876 1072 882 1070 414 565 414 561 882 1069 885 1078 399 572 414 561 882 602 373 591 385 594 383 1074 404 581 404 571 873 1074 412 560 892 1060 414 561 415 571 883 1073 880 1069 417 579 384 582 393 572 406 571 408 570 882 595 382 1070 406 580 397 571 885 1066 883 1073 883 1069 881 597 382 591 384 1073 404 583 393 570 408 565 467 2497515 -#: 288

If I can support by providing more data, please let me know.

Thank you!!!
drobs.
 
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#2
Hello,

I tried to capture some more telegrams using piligt-debug.
This time I was able to capture some in the moment the led indicated a sending.
Hope it helps.

channel 3 / 20.4 °C / 49% hum
Code:
--[RESULTS]--

time:           Wed Jan 11 17:53:22 2017
hardware:       433gpio
pulse:          17
rawlen:         74
pulselen:       271

Raw code:
540 1971 459 3915 486 1971 459 3942 459 1971 486 3915 486 1971 486 3915 459 3915 459 1971 486 3915 459 3942 459 3915 486 1944 486 1971 486 1971 459 1971 459 1971 486 1971 486 1971 459 3915 459 3915 486 1944 486 1971 486 1944 486 3915 459 1971 459 3915 486 1971 486 1971 459 1971 486 3942 432 1971 486 3915 459 1971 486 1971 459 9234

channel 2 / 3.2 °C / 88% hum
Code:
--[RESULTS]--

time:           Wed Jan 11 18:05:37 2017
hardware:       433gpio
pulse:          18
rawlen:         74
pulselen:       271

Raw code:
540 1944 486 3942 459 1944 486 3915 486 1971 459 3915 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 486 1971 486 3915 459 3915 486 3915 486 1944 486 1971 486 1971 486 1971 486 1944 486 1971 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 486 1971 486 1971 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 459 1971 486 1971 486 1971 486 1971 486 3888 486 1971 486 3915 486 1971 486 1971 486 9234

channel 2 / 3.2 °C / 88% hum
Code:
--[RESULTS]--

time:           Wed Jan 11 18:06:47 2017
hardware:       433gpio
pulse:          17
rawlen:         74
pulselen:       271

Raw code:
513 1971 486 3915 486 1944 486 3915 486 1971 486 3915 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 486 3915 459 1944 486 1971 486 1971 486 1971 486 1944 486 1971 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 486 1971 486 1944 486 1971 486 3915 486 3915 486 1971 486 1944 486 1971 486 1971 486 3915 486 1944 486 3915 486 1971 486 1971 459 9234

Regards
drobs
 
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#3
Hi,

I also bought a Froggit / "Ambient Weather" Weather Station with eight F007TH sensors.
I would like to monitor all of them with pilight, but I am not that good in C to add a protocol to pilight.

This is what I found out:
You can find a good description of the protocol here:
https://github.com/adilosa/weathermon

You can also find a more detailed description here (page 13):
http://www.osengr.org/WxShield/Downloads...tocols.pdf

It seems that the existing ninjablocks_weather protocol looks like a good "template" for this. It also uses Manchester encoding but has a different packet format.

(There is an old thread for this here: https://forum.pilight.org/Thread-Froggit-Weatherstation)
 
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#4
Here is the solution:

Raspberry Pi: Receiving data from temperature/humidity sensors with cheap RF receiver

httpx://github.com/alex-konshin/f007th-rpi
(x = s) because i don´t insert clickable links?

greetings
Alec (Germany)
 
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#5
I implemented a possible solution in the tfa2017 branch of github.com/behrisch/pilight. It is currently a pull request under review but you can give it a try already. If you can confirm it works with your device I would consider renaming it to F007TH because that seems to be the original implementation. Or is there a better name?
 
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#6
(01-03-2019, 09:16 AM)behrisch Wrote: I implemented a possible solution in the tfa2017 branch of github.com/behrisch/pilight. It is currently a pull request under review but you can give it a try already. If you can confirm it works with your device I would consider renaming it to F007TH because that seems to be the original implementation. Or is there a better name?

Hi,

i tried out many hours to get this sensors in fhem via pilight...
But now i don´t find out, which are the right settings for pilight? tfa2017, tfa, ...

Can somebody give me the right configuration? As i understand pilight now supports F007TH ???
I tried this configuration, but the pilight daemon doesn´t like "weather" in the config
httpx://manual.pilight.org/protocols/433.92/weather/tfa2017.html

Many thanks
René
 
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