Wireless socket (Funksteckdosen) 433 MHz with Raspberry and openHAB

Dear Community

I’ve already read many similar topics but didn’t find solutions for my following “little project”. It’s because there are different instructions about wirless sockets with DIP or using them with FHEM. But all this is not I want.

What I want to do is to control 433 MHz wirless sockets on my Raspberry Pi over openHAB additionally to a remote control (Fernbedienung). To control them instead of a remote control would also be ok, but I prefer to control them in both ways if this is possible.

The wireless sockets don’t have DIPs on their backside like some others have.
They are programmed via the wireless remote Control. The Receiver is self-learned.

Information about my environement and devices:
Smart Home Gateway: Raspberry Pi 3 b+ with openHABian Version 1.5
Wireless sockets: uniTEC 48110, Receiver 55206X10, Transmitter 50074, Wireless Standard: 433,92 MHz.(Shop: https://www.hornbach.de/shop/Funkfernschalter-31-Micro-weiss/8042622/artikel.html)

So I would like to know how to realize this, what is to be considered ?

Thank you very much for your support in advance.

Best regards


One of your options is:

You will need an additional Master Brick and one of the Master Extensions (or connect the Master Brick via USB)

This works with a lot of brands which are not listed on the supported hardware page:

V1 Binding: https://www.openhab.org/addons/bindings/tinkerforge1/#tinkerforge-binding
V2 Binding: https://www.tinkerunity.org/topic/4901-betaversion-der-openhab-bindings/

i have the setup you want, but i have intertechno sockets, and at the moment not running with OH 2.4.
tomorrow i will have a closer look at it again. ( did a fresh OH install a few days ago )

here is my thread about that: