RFLink is a gateway for receiving radio messages from Home Automation devices (motion detectors, smoke detectors, door opening, temperature and humidity sensor …) and mimic messages for trigger commands (opening / closing flap, turn on / off a lamp …). RFLink is an Open Source project that supports virtually all existing frequencies: 315MHz, 433MHz, 868MHz, 915MHz and 2.4GHz recently. It is a clone of the RFXCOM commercial gateway that can be manufactured or even a little less than 20 € (without antenna or housing).
For this new project we will go a little further and make a case by 3D printing. We will stay on the 433MHz frequency by integrating a Superheterodyne KSA6 ...READ MORE +
Here is a list of components needed to build a RFLink smart home automation gateway. The RFLink Open Source project makes it possible to make a clone of the ...READ MORE +
Home Assistant integrates natively the support of radio home appliances compatible with the Open Source RFLink gateway. In the previous ...READ MORE +
RFLink is an open source project that allows to realize a gateway between a home automation software and home automation ...READ MORE +
It is possible to move the bridge RFLink (read this previous article about how to make a Gateway) on another computer or Raspberry Pi by improve the reception ...READ MORE +
Version 44 of the Open Source RFLink radio bridge brings support of light Ikea Ansluta systems and Philips Living Colors (from the first generation) using the ...READ MORE +