433mhz power outlet

Hi all.

I dont have those standard outlets which you can open and see the code.

I had to sniff the codes and they look like this:

1 on 9576112
off 10470800
2 on 10223476
off 9773732
3 on 10223484
off 9773740
4 on 9773730
off 10223474
all on 9773738
off 10223482

I just would like to know if there is a program with which i can send those codes.

I don’t know your hardware, but have a look on https://www.pilight.org/.

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How did you sniff those codes?
How do the outlets look like? (Name, brand, picture…)

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I sniffed those codes with RFSniffer:


Globaltronics GT-9000

I saw they are supported by pilight :slight_smile:

Thank you @binderth

I am using pilight since a few years (on rpi), and there have not been any updates in 1-2 years. The binding is older and throws errors on OH2.2 and if I remember correctly, some updates in debian recently cause trouble in the pilight server (have not touched my rpi in a year or so). If you have a master slave combination, there are sync problems (slave will not alway recognize the master)…having said all of that, once you get it running it is very stable…
You may want to look into https://github.com/1technophile/OpenMQTTGateway offers a large variety of RF access via MQTT; at least I am planning to switch to this

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i am sending 433 MHZ with a culstick from busware. Echo “command” > picocom /dev/serial/cul

What kind of device are you switching using the CUL. From reading about the “Globaltronics GT-9000”, this one isn’t compatible with all the other “Intertechno-like” devices. That seems to be the problem here.

Since you are already sniffing the commands, we can guess that your hardware for sending/recieving is working. Which hardware are you using? CUL-stick from busware, DIY CUL-stick, etc…

I Switch Brennenstul outlets.
But culfw Supports several protocols.

Check out the command ref on culfw.de.

Btw… Google " Globaltronics GT-9000 fhem" Took me to a thread where the say it is possible. Mayer it is working with oh too

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Brennenstuhl is Intertechno-compatible! The probel in here is different, on the FHEM page they are also talking about a different culfw!

Before reading his post, I was (also?) in the impression that all those plugs are Intertechno-compatible. Seems to be I was wrong.

I have found the following in a FHEM thread, can’t tell if it is working with the plugs, but it is worth a try.

(Manually translated)

Did you read that.

Quote: “The GT-9000 remote device sends, one after the other, two different codes. Only the first one (which is repeated for times) is relevant for the power plugs. Because of the two totally different code-sequences an automatic code analyzer is running into problems.”

AON 000111011111011010100011
AOFF 000100001000110101110011
BON 000110001011110011001010
BOFF 000110010101011110111010
CON 000110010101011110111010
COFF 000100011100001011100001
DON 000110111010101100101000
DOFF 000101100010000000001000
MASTERON 000110101101100111011101
MASTEROFF 000100011100001011101101

This code is working using a Arduino Sketch

If those codes would be working, they would be the same for all sets of that brand? I don’t think so, but as said above: worth a try.

Looking at the posted table above the original table came back into my mind,
I converted the values from decimal to binary and came to the following:

1 on 100100100001111010110000
off 100111111100010110010000
2 on 100110111111111101110100
off 100101010010001010100100
3 on 100110111111111101111100
off 100101010010001010101100
4 on 100101010010001010100010
off 100110111111111101110010
all on 100101010010001010101010
off 100110111111111101111010

At least they are of the same length! I would try to send them in the “raw” mode using the intertechnbo-binding ( or without OH, using just screen sending “is100100100001111010110000” for 1 ON).

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I will try this tomorrow. Thank you :slight_smile:

I’m using a ESP8266 chip (my own firmware), communicating with a MQTT server to control all my 433mhz plugs. I have 9 at the moment but it could be unlimited with this setup. If you want to know more let me know.

I’m curious. What kind of devices are you using and how do the messages sent to them look like?