OpenThings Forums RFToy Opensprinkler and 1 button RF switches

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    EmilijaSprinkler
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    Hi. Is it possible to use opensprinkler controller for RF switches, which originally are operated with 1 on/off button remotes? (not with separate on/off buttons remotes, as was recommended in RFToy tutorial).
    I want to use opensprinkler for controlling 4 zones of outdoor lights using this one: https://www.itead.cc/sonoff-4ch-pro.html
    This is how remote looks like: https://www.itead.cc/wireless-4-buttons-push-cover-remote-controller.html

    Thanks.

    P.S. Or maybe there is some other decision instead of this one? Using Wifi? I don’t want to use RF sockets, as it is too bulky and those sockets not intended to use outdoors.

    #18043

    Ray
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    Yes this is supported by OpenSprinkler, by using a 433MHz RF transmitter. You need to get an RFToy, which include a pair of transmitter, receiver, and the RFToy gadget which you can use to decode the RF signal.

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