Listen to and control 433Mhz devices
Add cheap wireless power sockets, window and security sensors.
Wireless power sockets
Control lamps and other devices.
Connect doorbells and wall switches. These don't require batteries.
Wireless smoke sensors
Turn on all the lights when the smoke alarm goes off.
Door, window and motion sensors
Security doesn't have to break the bank.
By Paola Rodrigues
Creating the Signal hub
Connect the receiver
Connect its data pin to pin 3.
Connect the transmitter
Connect its data pin to pin 4.
Connect the touch screen
Connect its TX (Transmit) pin to pin 5 and its RX pin (Receive) to pin 6.
Plug in the RF-Nano Arduino
Plug the RF-Nano into its socket. The USB connector should be on the outside of the main board.
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