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Zipabox RF433 module - ability to learn and replicate 433MHz RF commands?

Alessandro Oliveira shared this idea 6 years ago
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Hi, Someone at the forum know if the 433MHz module has the ability to learn and replicate 433MHz RF commands? I could not make my zipabox send or receive 433MHz signals from any of my devices operating at this frequency.

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no it can't learn.

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Yes, Darkwing is correct. This is one of the biggest drawbacks of the module...

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Friends, thank you. really it is very inconvenient. Also it lacked a bit of clarity in information provided by Zipato. The advertisement displayed on the site, it seems that this module does it all. I threw money away with the purchase of this module because it will not serve any of the common devices in Brazil.

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Which devices are that?


Also, if you ask nicely, they might implement support. ;-)

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and it is a feature on the roadmap for zipato to implement

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Darkwing and Adrian, thanks!


These devices are for use to control electric fences and drive gates/motors. They use 433,92MHz commands.

They are not bi-directional, and the motherboard of the electronic gate, has a learning button which learns the signal emitted from a 433MHz control.

I'm attached the links for the leading suppliers of these devices in Brazil.

http://www.rossiportoes.com.br/

http://www.jfl.com.br/

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Darkwing and Adrian, thanks!


These devices are for use to control electric fences and drive gates/motors. They use 433,92MHz commands.

They are not bi-directional, and the motherboard of the electronic gate, has a learning button which learns the signal emitted from a 433MHz control.

Follow the links for the leading suppliers of these devices in Brazil.

http://www.rossiportoes.com.br/

http://www.jfl.com.br/

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