I'm waiting for my order of Arduino Micro & 433,92MHz transmitter.
I've already got the Home Easy light controls receivers (& 1 receiver) ...
I've been searching on forums if its possible to let arduino control the lights through HomeEasy.
Has anyone been succesfull to replicate one of the wireless light switches of HomeEasy with Arduino
(I've got a HE862 light Switch of HomeEasy)
not really a reply to my question...
I'm talking about newer light controllers...
Did HomeEasy change the protocol ? I think those are compatible.
I've read that the newer Home Easy light controllers use different protocols than the old ones. Something with different amount of bits that are transmitted.
But I think I've found a solution.
In case the Home Easy library doesn't support the transmissions of the light controller. I'll use the "InterruptChain" from Fuzzillogic (fuzzillogic / 433mhzforarduino / wiki / Home — Bitbucket) to duplicate the transmission of the Wireless switch.
Also found @ Rogier's Tinker Projects: Control lights with an Arduino remotely with 433Mhz
But thanks for the reply