433toMQTTto433 Gateway Device List


#25

wouldnt make sense to send 2 codes per button.
if it doesnt arrive at the reciever then the switch and reciever would be out of sink.

so it sends 1 code and the reciever goes on when its off and off when its on.


#26

Nop, it’s a simple push button, it send 1 code per button and the toggle is handle in HA.
I find it better this way, it won’t be disturb by interaction from other remote or change in HA web UI.
I use an automation to toggle light/switch/etc… when the button is pressed. For example:

automation:
  - alias: Switch light 2
    initial_state: True
    hide_entity: False
    trigger:
      platform: mqtt
      topic: home/433toMQTT
      payload: 13210193
    action:
      service: switch.toggle
      entity_id: switch.switch1

#27

these type of cheap 433 sensor, how many seconds passes betweer two triggers?


#28

very nice design!
Same question for these: you know which is the minimum time between two triiger events?


#29

I think there are around 10 seconds gap between each triggers.


#30

The Cotech Smart Home Door Sensors are picked up, having some head scratching around the data being spit out of it, but its picking it up without issue.


#31

Dumb question from a newbie. When you only have one code. How do you confirm it’s in the correct state? Such as if power to the PI goes out?

This is what I have installed in my chicken coop and it works great with HA:

INSMA DC 12V 4CH Channel 433Mhz Wireless Remote Control Switch With 2 Transimitter RF Relay Toggle Switch (Updated Package) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CCSG2ZY/


#32

I use this one code to toggle the state, so it depend on the state of the controlled device.

Most of my lamp/device are mqtt device and they communicate their state to hass, so even after restarting, hass can now if they are on or off.


#33

They are sending a signal every 5s


#34

thanks, I got one, mine is 6 seconds, should be ok for light toggle


#35

Got this one in the mail today and it does work. I get open close and tamper code from it. Putting on my mailbox to know when mail has run.


#36

Thank you for sharing.


#37

I have tested this and confirm working.


#38

Thanks you for sharing.
This in relation to the others you have, which ones are better?


#39

I live in a 3 story building. And I use my bell on the door of the building down there.
with this

https://pt.aliexpress.com/item/1set-RF-module-433-Mhz-superheterodyne-receiver-and-transmitter-Support-ASK-OOK-small-size-low-power/32571703475.html?spm=2114.13010608.0.0.LBox6l

The signal arrives here and passes through the door of my house inside the stairs.
I am very satisfied.


#40

how did you connect it to the door bell?


#41

Claudio i connected door bell 433mhz throught of sinal rf.


#42

Anyone have any experience with 433mhz temperature sensors? I ordered a 433mhz floating pool temperature sensor from eBay just waiting for it to arrive, however I have no clue whether ill be able to get HA to decipher the code received and convert it into a value. Any info would be appreciated.

Here’s the link to the item:

http://www.ebay.com/itm/252602172277?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT


#43

I’ve seen a lot of people having a hard time to decode the data transmitted by RF weather station. Might be easier if the device just send the temperature (and not combined humidity or other info).


#44

Only problem that my action switches only works with remoteswitch library and not RCSwitch. Hope one day there will be remoteswitch support :stuck_out_tongue: