Arduino 433MHz library for sending data to rflink

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Arduino 433MHz library for sending data to rflink

#1 Post by karol » 13 Sep 2018, 19:37

Hi,

Is there any arduino library for sending data to RFlink? I have my own temperature/humidity/pressure/light sensor which sends data via 433MHz. Currently I'm using VirtualWire with dedicated receiver, but I'd like to send data directly to RFlink (which is connected to Domoticz). Is it possible?

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Re: Arduino 433MHz library for sending data to rflink

#2 Post by jannnfe » 05 Nov 2018, 12:09

Hello, have you found a way by now? I would like to do the same.

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Re: Arduino 433MHz library for sending data to rflink

#3 Post by Stuntteam » 05 Nov 2018, 15:03

There are various solutions.
The main rule is that you need to use a solution that transmits data in a format RFLink understands.
A good start is probably to use something like this:
https://github.com/deberman/OS_V2.1_temp-hum_sensor
Thdere are many more solutions out there. It all depends on what kind of data you want to transmit.
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Re: Arduino 433MHz library for sending data to rflink

#4 Post by jannnfe » 05 Nov 2018, 19:25

Hey,

Wow that is impressive. I have long been looking for the possibility to send 433Mhz data via RFLink to Domoticz. Today is a very happy day for me.
I have used this https://hansboksem.wordpress.com/2017/0 ... d-arduino/tutorial and can now send Temp and Hum over 433Mhz.
Would you have some other links to Libary's?
I would like to be able to send a normal ON / OFF, then I could install the whole in my motion detector.
Thank you :)

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