433 MHz buttons

i also came across this recently, i want to use the LORA functions
i work something like 1 Mile from home so i have some use cases :slight_smile:

can anyone tell if this is 433Mhz?
or if the wifi is ESP? Flash enable?

It’s definitely not WiFi or you better believe they would have shown a mobile phone in the ad! The remote they’re showing in the picture is a simple model.
In fact, if you look at the photo of the back, you can see it clearly says 315M meaning 315 MHz. So, it’ll likely be a simple protocol just like 433 MHz, but at a different frequency.

I looked around for a while but did not find a double curtain switch with wifi… plenty of single ones though.

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I received the Sonoff 433 MHz remotes today! Ping @Gad_Ofir.

They work as expected, but…

They’re tiny! Way smaller than I thought they would be, to the point of looking silly. My hands are not particularly big.

With the base, it looks much better (outer dimensions close to 9x9 centimeters), but that doesn’t make the actual buttons any larger.

Useful for fine control of pretty rarely used things, but I wouldn’t want to use them for lights on/off. Dimming maybe. Or a sound system.

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this is why i orderd only one :slight_smile:
yes much smaller then excpted !

what is that beautiful keyboard!! looks like a model M? or somthing from that era ?

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Good eye :slight_smile: It’s a Unicomp EnduraPro. It is basically the Model M (they licensed the original design, buckling springs and everything) but with USB and built in trackpoint. They still make them!

http://www.pckeyboard.com

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no links please, my wife will kill if i will buy one more mech keyboard :slight_smile:

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Hello friend, could you help me with the configuration to send RF commands from Openhab to the RF bridge with the OpenMQTT Gateway?

I have some things already working: Sonoff RF Bridge with OpenMQTTGateway flashed, MQTT Broker installed on OpenHab, and adding on OpenHab the status of some sensors (windows and door contacts so far), using PaperUI to config the MQTT options (the RF value for OPEN contact and the RF value for CLOSE contact).

I can get the values from RF items (sensors, PIR, wall switch) using MQTT.fx software, when subscribing to the topic “home/OpenMQTTGateway/SRFBtoMQTT”.

For example, for a Wall Switch, I get the follow message:
{“raw”:“21DE0104038EBCEEA8”,“delay”:8670,“val_Tlow”:260,“val_Thigh”:910,“value”:12381864}

The problem is that I don’t know how to SEND a command from OpenHab to the Sonoff Bridge convert it from MQTT to the real 433 Signal.

I’ve tried publishing different messages to the topic “home/OpenMQTTGateway/commands/MQTTtoSRFB/” and also to “home/OpenMQTTGateway/commands/MQTTtoSRFB/Raw”, but I cant get the signal working as expected, seems that the Sonoff Bridge is not “converting” and broadcasting the real RF signal.
Thanks

I’m afraid I don’t have a Sonoff Bridge, so can’t really help much. I’ll order one and try it out…