ive recently moved all my nodes from openmqtt gateway to ESPhome, the last hurdle is 1 RF power socket and 3 RF light switches, i cant get the receiver attached to a different node to pick up the transmitted code (the RF codes from my door contacts are picked up fine) i thought i may have fried the transmitter at first but i connected to a PI i have laying around and it works just fine, picked up by the receiver and controls the RF switches and sockets.
When i used this setup with Openmqtt gateway i could use the 7 digit decimal code but i understand thats not possible with ESPhome and I have to use the binary.
My code is below, this is just a test but the binary code is correct as I have the original RF remote for that device.
esphome: name: rftesting platform: ESP8266 board: nodemcuv2 wifi: ssid: "BTHub6-7TCR" password: "tVC67mJaUtgX" # Enable logging logger: # Enable Home Assistant API api: ota: remote_transmitter: pin: D7 # RF uses a 100% carrier signal carrier_duty_percent: 100% switch: - platform: template name: RF Power Button turn_on_action: - remote_transmitter.transmit_rc_switch_raw: code: '000101010101010111000011' protocol: 7 turn_off_action: - remote_transmitter.transmit_rc_switch_raw: code: '000101010101010111001100' protocol: 7
i’m basically asking if there is a way to send the decimal code?