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OREGON SCIENTIFIC & RfxCom RFXtrx433 USB Support


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Hi Fibaro

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Is the OREGON SCIENTIFIC support planned in the near future ?

ATM it's the best (and only !!!) weather station devices out there.

BTW: Are you planning to support the 433 protocol ( RfxCom RFXtrx433 USB ) ?

This is the only thing holding me buying 2 HC2 devices.

Thanks alot for you replay.

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Hi all

I used a Zibase which support Oregon. With its PHP API and virtual devices, I have all my Oregon available on my HC2 (wind, temp, raining, etc)

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Dear fibaro team, do you have some information for us ? Maybe this question can be solved in a larger manner with support for some other solution (enocean, ...)

Steve

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+1 RFXtrx USB support would be great

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Maybe Oregon support is coming The same time?

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I don't think so.

All plug-ins presented on this picture are for ip devices.

The big question is do the plan to make it possible normal users /devs to make plugins and install them or is the plan to only let Fibaro make plugins?, if the plan is to make it open then it may be possible port ower Vera plugins ower to Fibaro?

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The OS LW 301 is also available +/_160 euro

building a plugin is a bit easier with the IP gateway.

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