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RemoteSwitch library v2.3.0 (20121229) for Arduino 1.0 Made by Randy Simons http://randysimons.nl/ This library provides an easy class for Arduino, to send and receive signals used by some common "old style" 433MHz remote control switches. There are two styles of remote: - "old style", which uses switches or a dial to set the house code. Use this library. - "new style", which use a button on the receivers to "learn" a signal. Use the NewRemoteSwitch library instead. See RemoteTransmitter.h and RemoteReceiver.h for details! License: GPLv3. See ./RemoteSwitch/license.txt Latest source and wiki: https://bitbucket.org/fuzzillogic/433mhzforarduino Installation of library: - Make sure Arduino is closed - Copy the directory RemoteSwitch to the Arduino library directory (usually <Sketchbook directory>/libraries/) See http://arduino.cc/en/Guide/Libraries for detailed instructions. Default installation sender & demo: - Connect tha data-in-pin of a 433MHz transmitter to digital pin 11. See docs/hardware setup.jpg. (Note: your hardware may have a different pin configuration!) - Start Arduino, and open the example: File -> Examples -> RemoteSwitch -> LightShow - Alter addresses/devices to reflect your own setup. Otherwise nothing will happen. - Compile, upload and run! Default installation receiver & demo: - Connect the data-out-pin of a 433MHz receiver to digital pin 2. See photo. (Note: your hardware may have a different pin configuration!) - Start Arduino, and open the example: File -> Examples -> RemoteSwitch -> ShowReceivedCode or ShowReceivedCodeNewKaku, depending on your remote. - Compile, upload and run - Open serial monitor in Arduino (115200 baud) - Press buttons on a 433MHz-remote, and watch the serial monitor Notes: - These transmitters often use the PT2262 IC, or equivalent. For details about the waveforms used by these remotes, the datasheet of the PT2262 is provided. Page 4 and 5 will be of most interest. Changelog: RemoteSwitch library v2.3.0 (20121229) for Arduino 1.0 - Improved reception quality by filtering too short pulses. - Dropped pre-v1.0 Arduino support. - Added RemoteReceiver::deinit() RemoteSwitch library v2.2.1 (20120314) for Arduino 0022/1.0 - Fixed Elro code, it caused memory corruption. - Renamed old-style .pde files to new-style .ino RemoteSwitch library v2.2.0 (20120213) for Arduino 0022/1.0 - Added support for Elro switches (http://www.elro.eu/en/m/products/category/home_automation/home_control) (untested; I don't have these kind of devices) - Allowed the number of repeated signals transmitted by RemoteTransmitter to be changed. - By default, 16 instead of 8 repeats are sent. - Support for Arduino 1.0. - Added Datasheet PT2262, which (or equivalent) is often used in the transmitters. - RemoteReceiver::isReceiving timeout changed to 150ms; 100ms was too short. RemoteSwitch library v2.1.1 (20110920) for Arduino 0022 - Improved RemoteReceiver::isReceiving RemoteSwitch library v2.1.0 (20110919) for Arduino 0022 - Changed classnames from *Switch to *Transmitter - Added RemoteTransmitter::sendCode. See example "retransmitter". - RemoteReceiver::interruptHandler() is now public, for use with InterruptChain RemoteSwitch library v2.0.0 (20100130) for Arduino 0017 - Complete rewrite; can now receive and decode signals directly from the receiver's digital out.