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Does pilight listen to legacy 433MHz remotes?
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Dear all,

I am currently setting up pilight on my Raspberry3.

The question I have is the following: 
I send an ON or OFF command on a switch which is configured in pilight, but I send this command not via pilight but with legacy switch 433MHz remote. Will pilight also listen to this remote signal and adap its switch state automatically?

Thanks and kind regards,
Genfersee
 
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Yes
 
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(02-13-2018, 06:33 PM)curlymo Wrote: Yes

This is great, many thanks!
 
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