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Is there a RF 433 Bridge that works with HC2


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Ex. Broadlink Pro (via node red or adopted QA from HC3) but be careful because of many RF433 communication / code standard. Broudlink support only few of it. 

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The one im about to experiment with soon is the Sonoff RF Bridge flashed with Tasmota firmware. I know that it doesnt work with the Somfy rolling code protocol but im not sure what your use case is.

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2 hours ago, erliang89 said:

hi, any luck with Sonoff RF bridge with Tasmota?

 

Yes works great! I flashed the Sonoff RF Bridge with Tasmota and then learned the codes of some of the RF remotes that i use. 

Then i created a QA with http calls/request to the IP of the Tasmota and all works successfully

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On 12/21/2020 at 9:29 AM, TN92 said:

 

Yes works great! I flashed the Sonoff RF Bridge with Tasmota and then learned the codes of some of the RF remotes that i use. 

Then i created a QA with http calls/request to the IP of the Tasmota and all works successfully

Hi TN92,

 

An old post, i know.. But is it possible that You would share your QA for the Tasmota RF Bridge?

 

 

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