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Ερ: I have a a device speaking RTS protocol, even if not Somfy. Is it compatible?

Ερώτηση από BG111851143 επί 2021-06-26 10:32:07

bertdebondt What does RTS mean ? As long as its 433Mhz, you can capture the RF codes if you flash the Sonoff bridge with Tasmota and flash rhe RF chip with Portisch firmware. It has a RfRaw sniffibg mode which captures raw RF data which can be converted to resend by the Bridge.

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bertdebondt Tasmota works on this device (converted with Tuya Convert). Power monitoring also works fully on Tasmota. You can see Voltage,Current,Power,CosPhi and integrated kWh count on previous day, actual day, total. There is also a temperature value visible. Great product, good quality from BlitzWolf. Wifi reception is great. I can only recommend it. The description here was unclear if it contained power measure or not. BW-SHP10 is written here, but in fact for Tasmota it's BW-SHP10P. you have to use the BW-SHP10P Tasmota template. I don't know yet if I have to calibrate the measure values or not. Will see.

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bertdebondt can you also send an RF code (from for example the Sonoff RF Bridge with tasmota) to the keypad telling alarm system is ARMED (for ex. through phone or other keypad). So can this keypad also "learn" an RF code for ARMED DISARMED status ? Maybe someone can publish the manual. There is another keypad on Banggood : Gautone PK10 which looks exactly the same, but is 7 euro's more expensive. Would like to know the difference. Target use is with tasmota and Home Assistant.

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bertdebondt canyou explain ? at the moment I've got a Sonoff RF bridge flashed with Tasmota

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Ερ: What is the sensor model/code? Does it really uses NDIR, as mentioned in the specification?

Ερώτηση από ww_eny επί 2021-01-25 03:44:29

bertdebondt It is really NDIR based ? Can't image that for that kind of money. A real NDIR CO2 sensor (MH-Z19C or a SenseAir S8) is already 20 euro.I think this module contains a cheap inacurate non-NDIR digital sensor chip (1 cheap chip for CO2, VOC) which has an electronic calculated CO2 value.If anyone can post the internals of this module (sensor type, chip ? ESP ?) or share the manual. thx

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Ερ: Are the values digitally accessible? If yes then how? With Wi-Fi? Or serial interface? Or USB ?

Ερώτηση από BG563617532 επί 2021-03-16 12:07:20

bertdebondt not clear to me. Also interested if I can't link this device to for ex. home assistant and push values over Wifi. If it is ESP based chip maybe you can flash it with ESPhome.

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Ερ: Is it possible to access the readings digitally?

Ερώτηση από mads jespersen επί 2021-02-26 06:04:33

bertdebondt Does this contain Wifi Access ? It does not look so at first sight. If it contains an ESP chip : ESP8266 it can, but it's not clear in the description.

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bertdebondt 10/10/2020
paired these succesfully on my UZB usb Z-wave stick running on Home Assistant. Pro's: - good build quality, I only dislike the top inside clips which seem to almost crack when opening/tilting the cover. It requires some handy feeling to open/close the cover. - powered by 2 AA standard batteries - delivered with good moveable detachable pivot bracket - run test walk mode (alarm each 5 sec) or standard power save mode (alarm each 3 minutes). Hopefully this last standard mode will preserve battery life a lot. - 3 levels of sensitivity (one count/two counts/three counts) - shows also battery percentage on Z-wave Con's: - very poorly packaged : 1 PIR sensor was damaged (case) because box was crushed in transport somewhere. (see picture) - price: pretty expensive probably because it's Z-wave (licensed chip). It does not contain a lot of electronics (case mostly empty, see pictures), so simple PIR sensor & Z-wave chip. - it's only PIR (no combination with for ex. ultrasonic), so it only "sees" motion when a warm object moves with a certain speed (> 0,7m/s). This makes it easy to "fool" when used with slow speed, ... - highest sensitivity is still low. You have to move a lot with a big warmer object to trigger the alarm. My 70 euro PIR/Ultrasonic Triple sensors see's everything, even if you move your arm or hand. This PIR sensor does not see that. It only see's people walking by. (so indeed for people with pets good) I use this PIR sensor in smaller rooms or hall's. I don't think it has a distance range > 8 meters. (10m x 10m area coverage according to manual). Conclusion : for it's price range it's OK. You don't find many Z-Wave security PIR's on the market. I like the 2 AA battery power. Don't expect it will see every detail motion (hand/arm). But for normal people motion detection it's OK. Good build quality & looks nice. For small room or hallway's it's good and I will buy it again, for big area's/rooms I'll go for a better sensor. (triple sensor).
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bertdebondt Bought 2 again. So a total of 4 now in service.With the rescent ZwaveJS home assistant integration these get recognized better than with previous OpenZwave 1.4 old integration.

bertdebondt 10/10/2020
paired these succesfully on my UZB usb Z-wave stick running on Home Assistant. Pro's: - good build quality, I only dislike the top inside clips which seem to almost crack when opening/tilting the cover. It requires some handy feeling to open/close the cover. - powered by 2 AA standard batteries - delivered with good moveable detachable pivot bracket - run test walk mode (alarm each 5 sec) or standard power save mode (alarm each 3 minutes). Hopefully this last standard mode will preserve battery life a lot. - 3 levels of sensitivity (one count/two counts/three counts) - shows also battery percentage on Z-wave Con's: - very poorly packaged : 1 PIR sensor was damaged (case) because box was crushed in transport somewhere. (see picture) - price: pretty expensive probably because it's Z-wave (licensed chip). It does not contain a lot of electronics (case mostly empty, see pictures), so simple PIR sensor & Z-wave chip. - it's only PIR (no combination with for ex. ultrasonic), so it only "sees" motion when a warm object moves with a certain speed (> 0,7m/s). This makes it easy to "fool" when used with slow speed, ... - highest sensitivity is still low. You have to move a lot with a big warmer object to trigger the alarm. My 70 euro PIR/Ultrasonic Triple sensors see's everything, even if you move your arm or hand. This PIR sensor does not see that. It only see's people walking by. (so indeed for people with pets good) I use this PIR sensor in smaller rooms or hall's. I don't think it has a distance range > 8 meters. (10m x 10m area coverage according to manual). Conclusion : for it's price range it's OK. You don't find many Z-Wave security PIR's on the market. I like the 2 AA battery power. Don't expect it will see every detail motion (hand/arm). But for normal people motion detection it's OK. Good build quality & looks nice. For small room or hallway's it's good and I will buy it again, for big area's/rooms I'll go for a better sensor. (triple sensor).
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