Control RF outlets with HomeKit / Siri using rcswitch-gpiomem
- Install WiringPi
- Install homebridge:
npm install -g homebridge
- Install homebridge-rcswitch-gpiomem:
npm install --global homebridge-rcswitch-gpiomem
- Update your configuration file.
unitcode are required.
My switches use on and off codes, so that's what I recommend and all I can
really help with.
accessory: Must be
name:: string :: What you want to call the switch. Keep in mind that Siri will prefer anything other than your homebridge switch if there's any confusion, so name it something unique
offCode:: int or string
- If int: Decimal RF code to turn switch on / off
- If string: Binary RF code to turn switch on / off
systemcode:: string :: RF system code. I don't use this, please refer to other docs.
unitcode:: int :: RF unit code. I don't use this, please refer to other docs.
pin:: int, optional :: BCM pin connected to 433 mhz transmitter, defaults to
pulseLength:: int, optional :: RF pulse length, defaults to
bitLength:: int, optional :: bit length of RF code, only used if using decimal RF code, defaults to
repeats:: int, optional :: Number of times to repeat the transmission of the code, defaults to 10 (as per the original rcswitch code)
20160727 :: 1.1.3
setRepeatTransmitto just before calling
switchOn()to facilitate multiple switches with different desired repeat counts
20160727 :: 1.1.2
setPulseLengthfrom initialization to just before calling
switchOn()to facilitate multiple switches with different pulse lengths (closes #2).