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Support for Schwaiger/Goobay switches
#1
I just bought myself some new switches by a German manufacturer called Schwaiger. When I search the Internet for comparable switches I find images of a Goobay switch & remote that look exactly like my Schwaiger ones. On the label it says something like Intertek. The switches have a hardcoded identifier code.

The rev_switch protocol which I thought could be the matching protocol doesn't work.

Anybody any idea which protocol to use?
 
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#2
Not without pilight-debug info.
 
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#3
Maybe that's not necessary. I just discovered that pilight-receive continuously reports what it receices. That shows me

Code:
{
        "code": {
                "id": "F4",
                "unit": 25,
                "state": "off"
        },
        "origin": "receiver",
        "protocol": "rev_switch",
        "uuid": "033B-00-00-3B-000300",
        "repeats": 1
}

when I press the off button for the first switch. Then I tried

pilight-send -p rev_switch -i F4 -u 25 -t

but didn't get any reaction from from switch.
 
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#4
Can you still provide pilight-debug output?

And again, use formatting tags.
 
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#5
ok, here we go:

Code:
pilight-debug
Now press and hold one of the buttons on your remote or wait until
another device such as a weather station has send new codes
It is possible that the debugger needs to be restarted when it does
not show anything. This is because it's then following a wrong lead.
--[RESULTS]--

hardware:       433gpio
pulse:          3
rawlen:         50
binlen:         12
pulselen:       323

Raw code:
323 969 323 969 323 969 323 969 323 969 323 969 323 969 969 323 323 969 969 323 323 969 323 969 323 969 969 323 323 969 323 969 323 969 969 323 323 969 969 323 323 969 969 323 323 969 323 969 323 10982
Binary code:
111001010001

and (just in case)

Code:
pilight-learn
1. Please send and hold one of the OFF buttons. Done.

2. Please send and hold the ON button for the same device
   as for which you send the previous OFF button. Done.

3. Please send and hold (one of the) ALL buttons.
   If you're remote doesn't support turning ON or OFF
   all devices at once, press the same OFF button as in
   the beginning. Done.

4. Please send and hold the ON button with the lowest ID. Done.

5. Please send and hold the ON button with the second to lowest ID. Done.

6. Please send and hold the ON button with the highest ID. Done.

--[RESULTS]--

hardware:       433gpio
pulse:          3
rawlen:         50
binlen:         12
plslen:         324

on-off bit(s):  11
all bit(s):
unit bit(s):    3 5 6

Raw code:
324 972 324 972 324 972 324 972 324 972 324 972 324 972 324 972 324 972 972 324 324 972 972 324 324 972 972 324 324 972 324 972 324 972 972 324 324 972 972 324 324 972 972 324 324 972 972 324 324 11016
Raw simplified:
On:     01010101010101100110010101100101011001100110011001
Off:    01010101010101100110010101100101011001100110011001
All:    01010101010101100110010101100101011001100110010101
Unit 1: 01010101010101100110010101100101011001100110011001
Unit 2: 01010101010101100110011001010101011001100110011001
Unit 3: 01010101010101010110011001100101011001100110011001
Binary code:
On:     111001010000
Off:    111001010001
All:    111001010001
Unit 1: 111001010000
Unit 2: 111000110000
Unit 3: 111100010000
 
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#6
You didn't fix your previous post. Also use code tags instead of quote tags. Please fix that as well.
 
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#7
done :-)
 
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#8
Can you try adding the following below this line (locally) and recompile / install everything:
https://github.com/pilight/pilight/blob/..._he.c#L159
Code:
protocol_plslen_add(elro_he, 323);
 
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#9
Hi curlymo

I did what you asked me to do - no effect.

I was wondering why I should modify the elro_he.c when I'm using the rev_switch protocol. Anyway - applying the code change to rev.c in the same location didn't make it neither.

Is rev_switch the right protocol for that device?
 
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#10
Can you test the latest developmental code that contains some fixes in the rev protocol.
 
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