The best radio interface available for controlling 433MHz devices is in my opinion the Tellstick Duo. Unfortunately this device is not sold in the US/Canada. So to have something that is possible to use there, I have added support for the JeeLink classic. JeeLink is an Arduino compatible programmable radio transmitter/receiver sold by JeeLabs/Digital Smarties. I have developed a small firmware for JeeLink that allows it to act as a generic 433MHz transmitter for OpenNetHome. It does unfortunately not support reception, but on the other hand it is quite inexpensive (€32.50).
To use it, you have to install the OpenNetHome firmware on it, see this page for more instructions. Support is implemented in the nightly build.
Posted by NetHomeServer at 23:59
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"The best radio interface available for controlling 433MHz devices is in my opinion the Tellstick Duo"ReplyDelete
In my opinion this is not correct, the best is RFXtrx433 from RFXCOM. I do have a couple of each so I have real experience in using them during a long period and under various conditions