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So what are the use cases then? Can I use it instead of MultiX to control an RF projector screen and and RF Fan?

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So what are the use cases then? Can I use it instead of MultiX to control an RF projector screen and and RF Fan?


Shelly 2.5 might do it.


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On 6/7/2019 at 6:14 AM, Zuhair said:

 


Shelly 2.5 might do it.


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I like ice cream.

 

If the OP is talking about communicating over RF then shelly 2.5 cannot do it. 2.5 has no RF.

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I like ice cream.
 
If the OP is talking about communicating over RF then shelly 2.5 cannot do it. 2.5 has no RF.


The word "might" in my reply means maybe, I'm not sure... etc.




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If the devices you want to control are 433mhz you can send a mqtt message from programming with the correct RF info and use it for control.  They do need to be flashed to tasmota from the stock firmware.  They are well loved in the DIY community for adding cheap sensors ie water or contact.

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3 hours ago, jrh1812 said:

If the devices you want to control are 433mhz you can send a mqtt message from programming with the correct RF info and use it for control.  They do need to be flashed to tasmota from the stock firmware.  They are well loved in the DIY community for adding cheap sensors ie water or contact.

OpenMQTTGateway is maybe a better option for firmware on the sonoff gateway.

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5 hours ago, jrh1812 said:

If the devices you want to control are 433mhz you can send a mqtt message from programming with the correct RF info and use it for control.  They do need to be flashed to tasmota from the stock firmware.  They are well loved in the DIY community for adding cheap sensors ie water or contact.

Yes, I flashed it with Tasmota already, I will try to get it connected to Moasquito and test with Berto C4 driver, I just don’t have time this month, work related load ... 

 

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Yes, I flashed it with Tasmota already, I will try to get it connected to Moasquito and test with Berto C4 driver, I just don’t have time this month, work related load ... 
 


Tasmota and Mosquito your best combination. Running flawlessly with Berto driver.



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