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Real 433Mhz Remote is disturbed by pilight service
#1
Good Morning,

i'm using pilight for quite a while with no issues on a raspberrypi3b+ with debian stretch.
I'm switching 433Mhz sockets with pilight and node-red as well as I'm using the original remotes for the sockets.

Everything worked well since somehow the raspberry startet to update a lot of modules for the os.

However some update seem to have changed something.

When I start pilight service now it seems to instantly an permanently send soething over the 433 transmitter so the original remote is disturbed by the signal. If i stop pilight service, original remote is working again instantly.

I tried a lot of older pilight versions stable as well as nightly. Always the same problem.

I think something in debian modules changed that are used by pilight.

Can someone help me?

Thanks in advance:
Best regards Marco

Code:
cat /etc/pilight/config.json
{
       "devices": {},
       "rules": {},
       "gui": {},
       "settings": {
               "log-level": 6,
               "pid-file": "/var/run/pilight.pid",
               "log-file": "/var/log/pilight.log",
               "standalone": 0,
               "webserver-enable": 1,
               "webserver-root": "/usr/local/share/pilight/webgui",
               "port": 5000,
               "webserver-http-port": 5001,
               "webserver-https-port": 5002,
               "webserver-cache": 1,
               "whitelist": "",
               "gpio-platform": "raspberrypi3"
       },
       "hardware": {
               "433gpio": {
                       "sender": 0,
                       "receiver": 1
               }
       },
       "registry": {
               "webserver": {
                       "ssl": {
                               "certificate": {
                                       "location": "/etc/pilight/pilight.pem"
                               }
                       }
               },
               "pilight": {
                       "version": {
                               "current": "8.1.5"
                       }
               },
               "hardware": {
                       "RF433": {
                               "mingaplen": 4420,
                               "maxgaplen": 72900,
                               "minrawlen": 26,
                               "maxrawlen": 400
                       }
               }
       }
}
 
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#2
Can you check with e.g. a LED to see if pilight is actually transmitting?
 
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#3
If I understand it correctly, the original remotes are no longer working due to interferences from pilight. Once the pilight service has been stopped, the original remotes are working.


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