868Mhz + 433Mhz Raspberry as CCU at the same time?!

openhab2
binding
raspberrypi3
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(Viktor Zuralev) #1

Hey, here is Maurice from Germany. I’m just entering the Openhab world and making my home digital. I have a Raspberry Pi with an 868Mhz module and would like to expand the Raspberry so that it can also control 433 Mhz. Unfortunately the 868Mhz Reciever GPIO pins are occupied. I found a video on Youtube, where someone drives the 433 Mhz module over USB with a “teensy 2.0” module. Now my question, I get somehow also implemented in Openhab subsequently?

Thank you in advance!

Here is the link to the Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0hGVpQ2qBg
Here is the link to the Teensy 2.0: http://www.ebay.de/itm/263106450400


(Philipp) #2

I’ve done this by soldering the 5v pin on the 868Mhz module here a photo.


Greetings


(KD) #3

Could I ask you what you used for the 868MHz ? I have a Chronostat that uses that same frequence (868.15) and I’d like to be able to remotely override the heating (when on holiday for example, chronostat off, but still able to send request via openHab, or replace the chronostat by OpenHab, using external temp sensor)