Intertechno Self-Learning ITT-1500 433Mhz

Hey guys,

i am currently running Openhab on a Raspberry Pi 3 with a simple 433Mhz Sender and Receiver. Switching ELRO sockets is no problem. The next thing i wanted to test is a ITL-250 LED Dimm Device of Intertechno. For this reason i bought a ITT-1500 sender which’s signal i tried to receive and decode with 433Utils. This, unfortunately, is not working. So maybe someone knows a workaround for this?

That would be pretty great.

Kind Regards to all of you,

Sorry, no workaround here but a device which I use for the ITL- 250:

Thank you for your answer. How do you integrate the shown device in openhab?
The Code for the self-learning intertechno devices is shown here:

But my know-how is too less to get it implemented in 433Utils, etc. :confused:

Thank you! Unfortunately the Tinkerforge Brick, Bricklet system is way too expensive for my project. I am trying to do home automation as cheap as possiple. :slight_smile:

I integrate my Intertechno devices (ITS-150, IT-1500, PAR-1500…) last week with pilight. Here is very good german tutorial ->

I use the cheap Intertechno devices for my christmas lightning e.g.:

Switch Intertechno12 "Weihnachtsbeleuchtung Küche" <light> {exec=">[ON: pilight-send -p kaku_switch_old -i 12 -u 1 -t] >[OFF: pilight-send -p kaku_switch_old -i 12 -u 1 -f] "}

when you use piligh you have use ‘kaku_switch_old’ as protocoll instead of ‘intertechno_switch_old’ (or something like that although the receiver showing this protocol)

Thank you for the reply. I solved it with decoding the 433Mhz signals bits and writing my own protocol.
But your solution with pilight is more professional i think, haha.

I got them to work, but I knew the codes already from fhem.
I have not yet figured out how to determine new codes… :frowning: