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 radio receiver. It is the most used radio ...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 radio RFXCom 433MHz radio gateway (or ...READ MORE +
Home Assistant integrates natively the support of radio home appliances compatible with the Open Source RFLink gateway. In the previous tutorial, we saw how to include connected ...READ MORE +
RFLink is an open source project that allows to realize a gateway between a home automation software and home automation modules that communicate by radio waves. It is ...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 of your devices for example. For this we ...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 CC2500 module. Messages sent by the ...READ MORE +