I’m looking for recommendations on the simplest way to integrate our existing wireless Byron SX-1 doorbell into HomeAssistant.
I understand that this requires a 433mhz receiver and that presents me with a number of hardware options (each of which may / may not be compatible with this particular doorbell):
- Sonoff RF Bridge flashed with tasmota firmware
- RFLink firmware installed on a suitable device.
- RFTrx usb receiver.
I’m hoping to avoid kits as I have proved myself to be rather inept at building them, and am never satisfied with the end result (either in function or final form).
This means that I’m leaning towards the Sonoff option to minimise my costs.
However from what I have read online I’m not convinced that the Sonoff is compatible with SX series doorbells, whereas RFLink offers greater compatiblity.
With that in mind, is anyone able to suggest a (UK) source for pre-built RFLink compatible hardware? I do have a spare Raspberry Pi2b available to use if required.