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Unable to send quigg_gt9000
#1
Hi guys,

I'm new to pilight and trying to get it running on my RPi3 using Aukru 433 Mhz sender / receiver. I connected them as shown here https://wiki.pilight.org/doku.php/electronics

The devices I like to control are Brennenstuhl Funkschalt-Set RC CE1 4001 -
sadly I got the 4 switch pack which contrary to the 3 switch set does not use DIP switches but some automatic learning.

Using pilight-receive I'm able to reliably detect the remote:

Code:
{
        "message": {
                "binary": "000000000000001110110100",
                "id": 52,
                "unit": 2,
                "state": "on"
        },
        "origin": "receiver",
        "protocol": "quigg_gt9000",
        "uuid": "0000-b8-27-eb-273805",
        "repeats": 3
}


{
        "message": {
                "binary": "000000100101010100100100",
                "id": 52,
                "unit": 2,
                "state": "off"
        },
        "origin": "receiver",
        "protocol": "quigg_gt9000",
        "uuid": "0000-b8-27-eb-273805",
        "repeats": 1
}

However, I'm unable to control the switches using pilight-send:
Code:
pilight-send -p quigg_gt9000 --on -i 52 -u 2

Now I'm a bit out of ideas since I don't know how to debug this any further. I'm unsure if my pilight-send command is correct, if the configuration in pilight is correct (currently I only have hardware gpio configured, no devices), or if my transmitter is just not working correctly.

Originally I tried rpi-rf and having both the receiver and the transmitter running, I could observe on the receiver console that the codes were transmitted. I tried the same with pilight-send and pilight-receive, but it seems that pilight handles this internally, e.g. its not showing what it recieved on the GPIO but what it internally processed - is this correct?

Other than that I seem to have issues with my antenna. I bought simple antennas and soldered them onto the receiver and transmitter, but the range for detecting the remote is only like 10 - 15 cm (~5 inches) and it varies on the angle if pilight-receive decodes something. If the position is correct, I can reliably decode hundreds of switches (on / off, different units, etc...).

How would you guys approach this problem?
 
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#2
Hi schneida,

unfortunately no solution for you, but I have the exact same problem and run nearly the same setup (excepting the RPI, I use the older RPI1B2).

I am receiving some stuff from the remote and I am also able to send some codes (I've checked that by sniffing with rpi-rc) It seems that both, transmitter and receiver are working probably.

Here's what I am receiving from my remote

Code:
{
        "message": {
                "binary": "101010101101010100011100",
                "id": 134204,
                "unit": 3,
                "state": "on"
        },
        "origin": "receiver",
        "protocol": "quigg_gt9000",
        "uuid": "0000-b8-27-eb-d31319",
        "repeats": 1
}

.. and what i have tried to send from my RPI:

Code:
sudo pilight-send -p quigg_gt9000 -u 3 -i 134204 -t

What am I doing wrong?
 
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#3
same problem, seems like there is something broken.
I am using pilight-send -p raw as a workaround.
 
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#4
are you shure about gt9000? cause RC CE1 4001 should be gt1000.
it took me some time to find out that for example some from

Brennstuhl,
Lidl Silvercrest,
Toom Artikelnummer: 9450271,
Tedox
SEBSON Funksteckdosen

arent gt9000 theyr gt1000 but they are shown as gt9000 when you look at pilight-receive
sending gt1000 signal woked directly.

[Image: silvercrest-funksteckdosenset--2.jpg]

The remote always looks like this one. Its all gt1000 remote

[Image: silvercrest-funksteckdosenset--3.jpg]

here is a sample config snipped. Plugin them in you have some seconds for learning mode just send them a id and unit code. you can choose I just took id 1 and unit 0-4.

Code:
"Switch2": {
            "protocol": [ "quigg_gt1000" ],
            "id": [{
                "id": 1,
                "unit": 0
            }],
            "state": "off"
        },
 
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#5
I am pretty sure that I have a GT9000 remote, as it is written on the back:
[Image: 20180123_063359e1qkw.jpg]
[Image: 20180123_063405ttqsw.jpg]
 
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#6
Give it a try! if you have Brennenstuhl Funkschalt-Set RC CE1 4001 than GT1000 should probably work.
 
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#7
(01-23-2018, 05:42 PM)knex Wrote: Give it a try! if you have [cannot post clickable links] than GT1000 should probably work.

Thank you very much, knex!
I've bought the same devices as schneida (see link above) and now I'm able to control at least one of the 4 switches  Wink

But that's also my problem ...
I've added a second device in /etc/pilight/config.json and wanted to teach the second switch to be able to control it afterwards.


Code:
"devices": {
               "SteckdoseA": {
                       "protocol": [ "quigg_gt1000" ],
                       "id": [{
                               "id": 1,
                               "unit": 0
                       }],
                       "state": "off"
               },
               "SteckdoseB": {
                       "protocol": [ "quigg_gt1000" ],
                       "id": [{
                               "id": 1,
                               "unit": 1
                       }],
                       "state": "off"
               }
       },

But the second Switch does not react.

Maybe someone can explain how to use "id" & "unit" correct to control multiple switches by multiple devices in config.json.

On the help page in pilight manuel /protocols/433.92/switch/quigg_1000 it says that "unit" can only be 0-3. So is it only possible to control 4 Switches (0, 1, 2, 3)?

Thank you very much for your further Support!
 
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