How to scan rf remote
I dont know exactly where to post... I'd like to get the Rf code from a remote (in 433Mhz of course) with an arduino to be ebale to simulate this action with a MYS module.
I found only one tutorial about this but it's on Pi...
To be clear this what I'd like to control but without the original remote.
Thanks a lot.
Jan Gatzke last edited by
tks for the very fast reply
It's exactly what I'd like to do except that the remote use RF 433Mhz and not IR.
MLs last edited by
Jan Gatzke last edited by Jan Gatzke
Ups, I should read more carefully.Sorry.
Edit: you could use a rflink gateway. Rflink shows code and protocol in the log.
Install the library "rc-switch" by sul-77 in Arduino (it can be installed with the library manager)
Upload one of the ReceiveDemo sketch to your Arduino (and wire a 433MHz receiver accordingly) and it will show you the RF codes, that you can then emulate by plugging a 433MHz Tx (see SendDemo sketch for code example)
tbully last edited by
Echoing what @emc2 said. RCSwitch worked great for my 433 project a few months ago.
niccodemi last edited by
as emc2 said; alternatively if rc-switch doesn't work for you (unlikely) you can also try with Remoteswitch library.
yep rc-switch seems to not working for me..
I use a nrf24L01 module (the same as on page "connecting the radio")
I will test Remoteswitch
@aclertant Are you trying to receive the 433 MHz signals with the NRF24L01 module which works in the 2,4 GHz band? You need a receiver and sender for the 433 MHz frequency band.
OHH NO I'm a noob
When it's you who said that... It' pretty clear ...
I'm so sorry for that ! I order a 433Mhz receiver right now !
Thanks a lot ! Really !
The community is just amazing
I found this https://www.mysensors.org/hardware/wall-plug
Should be enough for me