I have been looking in to controling some cheap remote RF Switches.. like http://www.clasohlson.no/Product/Product.aspx?id=155691616
They use SC2262 on the transmitter and SC2272 on the recievers. http://electronics-diy.com/pdf/SC2272_eng.pdf
I started by looking at the Library for "RF remote switches" Topic in the old forum http://www.arduino.cc/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1216065789
. Its supports chips like the PT2262 witch sould be compatible with SC2262, so I thought that it would work for my switches as well. But it seems like its a NO GO.
Basicly what I am trying to do is using the Arduino as the transmitter without pulling wires, just sending the right code over the 433.92 mhz transmitter.
I stumbled across the Arduinoha http://code.google.com/p/arduinoha/
, but I havent gotten mutch sense out of it. The problems with theese systems is that then have many names for the same type. They are mostly nobrand things.
My question is if anybody has any experience with any of this, that they could share? I will certainly share my findings here.