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Fibaro HC3 integration with Broadlink RM4 PRO


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I'm looking forward to this too. Hopefully there are already people here with experience.

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I have made 2 videos on how to do this - DM me and I will send you a link

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@ppeterr The Broadlink devices are way cheaper than the Harmony HUB hence BL is my only choice :)

Thank you for the comment on the video too

 

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@Phenix

Hi !

Thanks for the great tutorial.

everything is working fine with an RM4 PRO.

but I do have an issue that I wonder how no one is talking about.

I am trying to use this for my AC.

now at first, when i used the learning mode, I was getting a really big string for the code.

I than realized, that when i power my AC on for example, the remote doesn't send just the "turn on command"

it send a complete snapshot of the remote current settings (temperature, mode, FAN speed ETC..)

 

So the code that i take for power on for example, isn't just powering on...

this is true to all other commands as well..

 

is there any way to isolate the commands ?

 

Thanks,

shay.

 

 

 

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28 minutes ago, tzimber said:

it send a complete snapshot of the remote current settings (temperature, mode, FAN speed ETC..)

 

IMHO it's as FAD for your AC,

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@10der

 

I don't think it's something related to my Ac only if that's what you meant.

I think it's valid for all AC remotes that have a display.

 

For example,

If the current status of my AC is on heat, 28 Degrees and fan is set to HIG.

now, i turn off my AC with the remote.

I than block the IR on the remote with my hand, turn the remote on ( without turning the AC on as i block the signal) and change the remote to COOL, 22 Degrees and fan low.

I than power off the remote, point it to my AC, and click on Power ON, The AC will start on the settings as configured on the remote....

meaning, when I powered it on, it sends all the current state of the remote.

 

I believe that this is true to all remotes that has a screen on them.

 

P.S,

when pairing the RM4PRO in the Broadlink app, it asks if the remote is with or without a screen... 

i guess that its for the same reason..

 

 

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13 hours ago, tzimber said:

FAD ?

Functions As Designed (Developed)

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