Rolling shutter rf receiver clone

rollershutter
raspberrypi3
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(Lajos Roth) #1

Hi All,

I’m new here. Tried some things but I didn’t found the correct solution for me.
I have 5 automation rolling shutter and a 5 channel remote controller. I would like to clone the controller and use OpenHAB to control the shutters. I installed OpenHAB on my raspberry pi 3 and I connect 433 receiver and transmitter to correct pins. But I can not detect rf code from controller and I have no idea how can I clone the channels
Have you any ideas or full solution for it? I really thanks if you can share me some links what describe how these remote working, because I thought it’s a simple 433mhz remote controller but I can not read anything.

Here is some links, what I use
433 - https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=66946
Roller shutter remote - http://www.smart-home.hu/index.php?option=com_jshopping&controller=product&task=view&category_id=11&product_id=25&Itemid=171&lang=en

Thanks for your responses

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(Josar) #2

Maybe this helps , especially the LED Stripe part references RFsniffer.

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(Lajos Roth) #3

Thanks!

But the problem is, the rfsniffer show codes when I use simply remote but for the roller shutter… nothing

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(Josar) #4

I will try to understand you! When you use a simple remote ( whatever you understand as simple remote ) RFsniffer works. But if you use the remote for the rollershutter the DC458 RFsniffer does not recognize any Code.

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(Lajos Roth) #5

Yes, I tried with an old garage door opener. I can modify the code on this device, on the same way than in your linked post (the controller has some switcher inside). For this device I saw received code. But for to the roller shutter remote controller, nothing.

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(Josar) #6

Then you have to properly decode the singal and the underliyng protocol.
Just some google hits which will give you a direction to go.

I remember using this python script once.
https://www.raspberrypi.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=168527#p1084430

But here is some more information.

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(Akos Mazan) #7

Hi Lajos,
I’m also interested in this topic.
I’ve a remote controller with 5 channels and having exactly the same problem. Did you finished the project?
Could you share the solution?
Thanks in advance,
Cookie

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(Alessio) #8

I was trying to do the same with my Somfy rollershutter, so I bought a 433 Mhz receiver/trasmitter …nothing…I searched a bit and find out that Somfy use 433.42 MHz band and my receiver is using 433,92 MHz so It cannot work.

Maybe it’s the same to you.

A.

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(Akos Mazan) #9

Thanks, it would make sense.
However, the manufacturer of the tube motor says it operates on 433,92 MHz.
I’ve a Beninca remote controller (also 433,92) and I can catch the signals and the hexa code with a program. So, the Arduino and receiver works, but this remote controller doesn’t.

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