You can configure the sender and receiverpin in your configuration.
I suggest you recheck your wiring with the pro mini image provided.
This is from Github
The pin numbers are Arduino pin numbers. The receiverPin must be either 0 (INT0) or 1 (INT1). The transmitterPin must be a digitial pin between 2 (D2) and 13 (D13).
I am currently considering on making a transfer from the non-supported pilight. However, I have the USB Arduino soldered and firmwared as per pilight guides:
Connecting the sender and receiver to the Arduino Nano:
- VCC: 5v
- GND: 0v / GND
- Sender Data: D5
- Receiver Data: D2
It seems these are compatible with config changes. Of course In my case, the arduino has the firmware from pilight, which might need to be reconfigured?
My question: What do I have to do to make the switch from pilight USB Nano to Pimatic’s homeduino (hardware wise, pimatic config-wise)? The devices part I read from HowTo’s, so that’s clear.