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Home automation on 443 MHz
Home automation on 443 MHz
=Links=
also known as "EF" ?
*[http://www.rfxcom.com/ The transciever]
 
*[https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/rfxtrx/ home-assistant and rfxtrx]
= Links =
 
*[http://www.rfxcom.com/ The transciever]  
*[https://www.home-assistant.io/integrations/rfxtrx/ home-assistant and rfxtrx]  
*[https://dbxit.com/enabling-rfxcom-protocols-using-rfxcmd-on-linux Enabling Rfxcom protocols using Rfxcmd on Linux]
*[https://github.com/ssjoholm/rfxcmd The maintained version of rfxcmd]
*[https://github.com/Danielhiversen/pyRFXtrx pyRFXtrx]
 
= Compatible stuff =
 
*Tuya?
 
== Even with homeassistant? ==
 
 




==Protocols used in rfxtrx==
==Protocols used in rfxtrx==
*AC
 
*ARC
*AC  
*X10
*ARC  
*Oregon
*X10  
*Oregon  
*BlindsTx
 
 
 
= FAQ =




=FAQ=
[[Category:Domotics]]

Latest revision as of 17:07, 14 May 2022

Home automation on 443 MHz also known as "EF" ?

Links

Compatible stuff

  • Tuya?

Even with homeassistant?

 


Protocols used in rfxtrx

  • AC
  • ARC
  • X10
  • Oregon
  • BlindsTx

 

FAQ