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Hi I’ve got a number of 433Mhz devices (Oregon Scientific Humidity/Temp Sensors mainly) that I’m running on a Raspberry Pi via an RFXCOM rfxtrx433 transceiver.. As support for 433Mhz on HC3 seems limited today, how best do I (A) track the progress on adding more support (additional to NICE 433Mhz devices etc) , and (B) what are my options for moving all my temp sensors off my Pi and run them on my HC3 ? Many thanks..
Hello everyone, I just got in my new flat and decided to set-up my domotic apparatus starting from a Yubii Home hub. No issues with dimmers, door/window and smoke sensors. The problem is that my flat was pre-equipped with Somfy RTS shutters and a Danfoss Ally radiator hub (Zigbee protocol), which unfortuantely are not comatible with the Z-Wave protocol. I have been looking around to understand what could be the easiest course of action to controll all devices from my Yubii Home box. From my understanding, either a Jeedom or an Eedomus hub, along with a RFXCom module, should do the trick for both the shutters (hence the RFXCom module) and the radiator hub. As I'm not an expert however, I was hoping that someone here could either confirm the above makes sense or propose an alternative course of action. Thank you in advance for your help!
Hi. I'm about to install Somfy motors for my blinds, with wireless-controlled motors and few remote controls. I'm also interested in buying a ZWAVE system. Is it better to buy a RFXtrx433E module to connect to the wireless Somfy (using RTS), or is it preferred to try to replace the (already bought) wireless Somfy with regular wired motors, with switches, that can be controlled with 'Z-Wave Fibaro FGR-222 Roller Shutter 2' modules? What are the pro and cons of each method? How reliable is RFXtrx433E? Isn't it too cumbersome? I didn't understand how exactly does it work? Thanks, Zvika