Now I have added support for a new remote switch on request from a user. Here it is sold under the name "Rising Sun" and it is sold as a set of three plug in switches and a remote (for around 10 EUR). The protocol is yet a variation of the ArcTech based (like Nexa). The system supports four switches per "channel" and four different channels.
The odd thing is that the remote actually supports multiple keys pressed simultaneously. The NetHome decoder handles this, but it sort of assigns its own button-values to the different combinations.
The Decoder is called "RisingSun" and is available in the nightly build now.
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Thank you Stefan. Brilliant as ever!ReplyDelete
You are welcome! Hope it works well for you - and thanks.ReplyDelete
Having spent days(!) in search for information on how to control Rising Sun protocol remote swtiches, GAO/Everflourish EMW200RA (Clas Ohlson 36-3570 http://www.clasohlson.se/Product/Product.aspx?id=165645318).
I have a Logitech Harmony remote control that I have "modded" with a RF-battery enabling me to send RF-commands in Hex-format.
I felt lucky when I found the Everflourish light switches in the Logitech Harmony database, however the db is empty of commands.
I have been in contact with Logitech and got the reply that if I get the hex-codes for code and unit On/Off, then they would be able to add these for me.
I don't even know if it is possible, but I kindly request your help in getting these raw Hex-codes provided that it is easily done on your behalf.
Thank you and sorry for my lack in knowledge (so far).
I will try to help you if I can, but I am not sure about what kind of HEX-format that is used by Logitech. Also the "RisingSun"-switches I use look a bit different, but if it is the same brand I guess they use the same protocol
I'm trying to get some self-learning Everflourish receivers to work, but have failed miserably. I managed to get them to learn a code using Telldus center, but I cannot make opennethome talk to them. There is support for GAO, but that requires one to set the house and unit code on the receiver (there is none, only a learn button).
Any chance of having this working?
Hi Tobbe, I am not sure, I have never tried the Everflourish protocol, officially it is not supported and I don't have time to add it right now. But it seems that protocol is very similar to the Nexa self learning protocol (NexaLC), so you could try creating a NexaLCLamp, and try to "learn" by sending the on signal from that.ReplyDelete
Hope it helps