Tail node for homeassistan.log and catching triggers

I have a 433Mhz device that i cannot get to identify in home assistant. and therefore i only have data from the homeassistant.log to show when it have been triggered.

The log when activated is:

2020-03-11 20:02:07 DEBUG (Thread-2) [homeassistant.components.rfxtrx] Receive RFXCOM event from (Device_id: 7635c7 Class: LightingDevice Sub: 0, Pkt_id: 0913007e7635c7021060)
2020-03-11 20:02:07 DEBUG (Thread-2) [homeassistant.components.rfxtrx.binary_sensor] Binary sensor update (Device ID: 7635c7 Class: LightingDevice Sub: 0)
2020-03-11 20:02:07 DEBUG (Thread-2) [homeassistant.components.rfxtrx] Device_id: 7635c7 device_update. Command: Unknown command (0x7635c7)

Im using the tail node on the homeassistant.log-file and can successfully use a string-node to search for “1111” (1111 used as an example. Actual command is in the logfile “0x7635c7”) and then send that to do something.

Now my question.
I have 5 devices that each sends a different command (1111, 2222, 3333 and so on) and i would like to combine a tail-node with string node and then a switch node to identify which device were triggered.
I.e. i would like to stream-line the flow as much as possible.

Any ideas?

Not sure if it will work, but you might be able to simply use the event node and filter for the rfxtrx events.