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#21
I think it will be the same for me, but I'll test tomorrow.

But still I guess that the User ligi won't show up again...hasn't been online for a while - he seemes to be the only one with a remote Crying
 
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#22
Hi raws99, what about your test ?

Gesendet von meinem Q5 mit Tapatalk
 
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#23
Sorry for my late reply..

No luck with the protocol..

And also no luck on ebay buying a remote to get some debug infos..
 
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#24
Any news on this?
I own 8 eHome Switches.
3x S/N 050501
3x S/N 050701
2x S/N 050301

The raw codes posted here work on 2/3 S/N 050701 switches.
The other S/N types do not work.
There must be someone who still has a remote or anything else to help us out, i'd really like to control those switches with my pi Crying
 
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#25
Messed arround with the codes a little bit.
Seems like the only the first digit is important, you can change the other ones like u want.
For example 1_on simplified:

Code:
200 800 200 800 200 800 200 800 200 800 [b]200 800[/b] 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 9622

It looks quite similiar to 2_on (simplified), only 2 numbers differ frome each other.

2_on simplified:

Code:
200 800 200 800 200 800 200 800 200 800 [b]800 200[/b] 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 9622

The bold numbers are the ones that differ.

And to make it complete:
3_on simplified:

Code:
200 800 200 800 200 800 800 200 200 800 200 800 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 1000 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 9622

4_on simplified:

Code:
200 800 200 800 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 200 800 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 800 800 200 200 9622

The last number acts quite weird. It does not really care about it, it just has to have 4 digits in order to work. You can replace 9622 with any other number, like 1000, 2000 and so on and it will still work.

Maybe someone with a bit more understanding of switches and 433mhz can analyze this pieces and develope a protocol?
 
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#26
Can you write pseudo code on how this should be decoded.
 
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#27
I have no idea how to add new protocols, but since you have added a lot of new ones, it seems to be possible by debug data. What else can we do besides posting debug data for all keys on the remote?
 
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#28
By pseudo code i mean describing the steps better like i did here:
http://forum.pilight.org/Thread-Fully-Su...36#pid1936
 
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#29
Well, I tried to decode it like you did in the other thread because the raw code looks quite similiar. Problem is i dont know how to send binary strings via pilight. Do i have to create a new protocol in order to do this?
 
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#30
Again, i didn't ask to to program anything, i asked you to describe the decoding process.
 
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