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433Mhz Wifi Gateway
#1
Hi Smile,
i build a little Wifi Gateway.

There you can Send and Receive 433Mhz devices.

Software with Screenshots:
https://github.com/ripper121/ESPRCSwitch

HW:
-ESP-WROOM-02
-WS2812B Led
-CYT60 Transmitter
-CY89 Receiver

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#2
Nice idea .. what is your planned use of such a device?
Normally one of pilight compatible controllers (like Raspberry) would do the job .. or do I miss one of your killer apps?
 
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#3
You can put it in any room of your house.
With a raspi where a 433 receiver & transmitter is connected you have only one place in your house and it's possible that you cant reach all rooms with it.
So with this device you can put it In any room and you won't get range problems.

Also its a easy to use way to implement in software with a easy GET command.
And I think it's even cheaper than the pilight USB Nano. (but I don't want to be a concurrent).
 
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#4
OK, may help for those cases.
For me it's not clear how to get such a device up and running. There is a HW list, seems those are only some of the necessary parts. How about the PCB, the round box etc. Would I have to buy them separately, is there a "supplier" for those? Do you sell them? Similar as the PCB for pilight/Raspberry.

Also the SW. Think there is a specific setup, the WROOM has to be loaded, maybe complied.

Do you have some more details about those points?
 
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#5
So it's kind of like a small node in the pilight Adhoc network?
 
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#6
Yeah like this.
But its more like a pilight USB Nano in a Wifi variant.

(03-11-2017, 07:16 PM)gneandr Wrote: OK, may help for those cases.
For me it's not clear how to get such a device up and running. There is a HW list, seems those are only some of the necessary parts. How about the PCB, the round box etc. Would I have to buy them separately, is there a "supplier" for those? Do you sell them? Similar as the PCB for pilight/Raspberry.

Also the SW. Think there is a specific setup, the WROOM has to be loaded, maybe complied.

Do you have some more details about those points?

There are Binarys https://github.com/ripper121/ESPRCSwitch...ter/BINARY
This you can flash and then you can work with it.

And i wrote in the Git Readme:
"Tested with Arduino 1.6.8 (https://www.arduino.cc/en/Main/OldSoftwa...s#previous) from the Arduino website and Arduino ESP8266 core 2.3.0 (https://github.com/esp8266/Arduino)

I use a modified version of https://github.com/puuu/ESPiLight"

If i will sell it then i think one Whole package (Fully assembled with FW)
and one as a kit (only PCB with BOM)
 
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