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Topic: UK Home Easy socket control with 433Mhz transmitter and PIR sensors (Read 772 times) previous topic - next topic

velkrosmaak

I've finally managed to get the receiver example working, from the Arduino Home Easy hacking library (https://github.com/bruce33/homeeasyhacking/tree/master/Arduino) but now that I have the sender code I'm not sure how that helps me to control my remote sockets. I have the older style Home Easy sockets, where you set an ID using a rotary selector on the socket itself rather than 'learning' the socket with a remote. I am using trying to use the Home Easy PIR's to trigger things to happen, including then sending a signal to turn on a specific socket. The only code I've found  - as far as I can see - refers to the newer style sockets.

I can see a lot of posts about the Home Easy gear so it seems a lot of people have got it working, am I the only one with the old style sockets?

Cheers for any help!

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