Type: Dimmer 1
Description: Build-in Dimmer
Notes: (Product). Suitable lamps: incandescent, energy saving bulbs and halogen without transformer with a maximum Power of 200 W. From my own experience, i can say, that it is usable with dimmable incandescent bulbs and dimmable LED Lamps (in my case with 9,5 W). To connect the Dimmer with Homeduino, you have to create at first a normal HomeduinoRFSwitch with switch 1 with a useable ID and Unit. Then start the Pairing Mode und turn the Switch on. When it is paired, you can create a Dimmer-Device with dimmer 1 and the same ID and Unit. Now the Dimmer is ready to use.
Supported devices (plug and play)
Description: Doorbell Handheld Two Way Audio Video Mobile View IP Indoor Camera…uses 433mhz for internal ringer.
for snapshot and live camera
It would be nice if the list also showed if the battery status is send too.
That would be a major criterion for me to choose a device.
Is that possible?
Confirmed: FreeTec PT-250 (Pearl)
Battery Type: 2 x 1.5V AAA
Description: 433 MHz wireless Pool Temperature Sensor
Notes: sends every 50 seconds from within waterproof IPX8 chase, good range after ‘styrofoam ring mod’, three channels, Celsius and Fahrenheit
Device is available at amazon.de (for ~ EUR 8,-)
I found the SEC24 wall plug switches on Amazon (very similar to APA2-2300R). They are cheap, have a decent small size and can switch 2300 Watt. They are usable with pimatic-homeduino as switch1 class.
Model: HAF760S / HAF780S
Description: socket switch 2300W
- usable via plugin pimatic-homeduino
- can handle 2300W
- codes learned via programming button (no dip switching needed)
- also available as outdoor version (HAF780S)