I am looking to switch from my working pilight setup to pimatic with pimatic-homeduino. I am running the cheap Mumbi-m-fs300 switches (the old edition with dip-switches) and the technically equal Brennenstuhl RCS-N1000 Comfort. The 433 MHZ Sender is directly on the GPIO Ports, as I don’t want to add an arduino to the setup just yet.
On pilight, I am running them, e.g., like this:
pilight-send -p brennenstuhl -s 22 -u 2 -t
The house code is 22, or 10110 (right to left on the dip switches).
However, on pimatic, I tried both the switch2 or switch3 protocol, with the same house and unit code, and nothing happens.
I am not able to read the real remote’s input, as I don’t have a receiver at my disposal
- Can anyone confirm that the GPIO pin numbering is the same between pilight and pimatic? I am using wiringX pin numbering, 0 for transmitting (“sender” in pilight)
- Can anyone confirm which protocol is supposed to be used with Brennenstuhl RCS-N1000 Comfort?
- Can anyone confirm that the house code and unit code is calculated the same way, reading the dip-switches from right to left?
Thanks a lot for sharing any insight you may have on the topic!