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Unitec Switches
#11
1e is a button on
2e is a button off.
3e is b button on.
4e is b button off.
5e is c button on.
6e is c button off.
7e is d button on.
8e is d button off.
I have all the protocols of each brand uses nothing works
sorry my english is not so good with writing.
I can read well.
 
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#12
Can you please edit the outputs post and use proper code tags!

Can you use the latest dev code, because i really believe this protocol is compatible with the already existing (and updated) Silvercrest protocol.
 
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#13
How do I do that?
 
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#14
By reading the installation manual on pilight.org
 
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#15
Hello there!
I'm new here and quite interested in home automation.
I've recently purchased a set of Unitec sockets. They are the new version (EIM-209/48111) without the channel selecting switches and with auto pairing.

Are these sockets compatible with the protocol implemented here? Or the protocol is for the old models?

As far as I managed to learn, the protocol on my remote is OOK (ASK), made of 24 bits, that are repeated either at long or short intervals. The command consists of 4 bits remote ID, 4 bits button ID and 16 changing bits between them. These 16 bits seem to be randomly repeated every few commands.

Thank you!

Here are some pics of the remote's board:

[Image: 4c4df1343624783.jpg] [Image: 290802343624793.jpg]
 
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#16
Post a full pilight-debug output.
 
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#17
I can't offer you that as I don't have a 433MHz transceiver for the Pi. But I can give you the output from the remote's chip as read by an oscilloscope (LeCroy or Tektronix) Monday.
 
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#18
Can you reroute it as if it was a receiver and run pilight-debug.
 
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#19
(08-09-2014, 09:38 PM)loft Wrote: I can't offer you that as I don't have a 433MHz transceiver for the Pi. But I can give you the output from the remote's chip as read by an oscilloscope (LeCroy or Tektronix) Monday.
I can give it a try.
 
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#20
Hello there again,

Sorry for the late answer but I've been busy. I've processed 10 repetitions of each button push. Below are the 24bit codes generated. As you can see, the first 4 bits are the same (remote dependent as tested with a friend's remote) and the last 4 bits are device dependent (A, B, C or D).

If everyone's interested I can post the raw data, either Tektronix exports (isf), csv files or csv files with reduced resolution.

Wish you a nice weekend!

Code:
A_On
001111101011110101101100
001110110000101000011100
001100011110011001011100
001101111100010010101100
001111101011110101101100
001110110000101000011100
001100011110011001011100
001101111100010010101100
001111101011110101101100
001110110000101000011100

A_Off
001110100110111110001100
001110010101011110111100
001101011010101101111100
001100101000100100101100
001110100110111110001100
001110010101011110111100
001101011010101101111100
001100101000100100101100
001110010101011110111100
001110010101011110111100

B_On
001110000100000000000101
001111001001100000110101
001111111111001011110101
001101001101110011100101
001110000100000000000101
001111001001100000110101
001111111111001011110101
001101001101110011100101
001110000100000000000101
001111001001100000110101
001111111111001011110101

B_Off
001100110011111011000101
001100000111000110010101
001101100010010111010101
001111111111001011110101
001111010001001101000101
001100110011111011000101
001100000111000110010101
001101100010010111010101
001111010001001101000101
001100110011111011000101

C_On
001100101000100100101111
001110100110111110001111
001110010101011110111111
001101011010101101111111
001100101000100100101111
001110100110111110001111
001110010101011110111111
001101011010101101111111
001100101000100100101111
001110100110111110001111

C_Off
001111101011110101101111
001110110000101000011111
001100011110011001011111
001101111100010010101111
001111101011110101101111
001110110000101000011111
001100011110010010101111
001101111100010010101111
001111101011110101101111
001110110000101000011111

D_On
001101100010010111010111
001111010001001101000111
001100110011111011000111
001100000111000110010111
001101100010010111010111
001111010001001101000111
001100110011111011000111
001100000111000110010111
001101100010010111010111
001111010001001101000111

D_Off
001101001101110011100111
001101001101110011100111
001110000100000000000111
001111001001100000110111
001101001101110011100111
001110000100000000000111
001111001001100000110111
001111111111001011110111
001101001101110011100111
001110000100000000000111
 
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