LED-Stripe (Weiß) mit 433 MHz Fernbedienung steuern

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Im Zeitalter von Sonoff, ESP8266 mit ESPEasy und den Hue-Lights ist es eigentlich nicht mehr sexy Fernbedienungen für LED-Stripes zu kaufen, die mit der Frequenz von 433 MHz arbeiten. Wie dem auch sei, ich habe mir trotzdem mal so ein Modul gekauft, weil es günstig war.

Das Ding nennt sich RF Wireless Remote Controller und ist nichts anderes als ein winzig kleiner Controller mit einem 433 MHz Empfänger. Mit der Fernbedienung, welche dabei ist, kann man sein LED Stripe (nur Weiß / Warmweiß) mit allen lustigen Effekten versehen.

Hier ein kurzes Youtube-Video, damit ihr wißt, wovon ich rede.

Viele Effekte und Möglichkeiten warten auf Euch:

Als da wären: 8 Effekte, wie Blinken, schneller Blinken, auf- und abschwellen der LEDs, das Stripe per Tasten-Klick auf 25 %, 50 % oder 100% leuchten lassen, oder auch stufenlos mit der Bright + oder Bright – -Taste schalten. Ein- und Ausschalten ist natürlich auch dabei.

Mit der Übertragungsreichweite bin ich auch zufrieden, durch eine Wand funkt das 433 MHz Signal locker durch. Fällt einmal der Strom aus, dann merkt sich das Modul die letzte Einstellung – vorbildlich!

Die Fernbedienung benötigt eine CR2025 Knopfzelle (Amazon: CR 2025 Knopfzellen), welche bei mir nicht dabei war. Das Verbinden geht auch ruckzuck, links die Spannung von 12 V bis 24 V, rechts das LED Stripe. Mir hat besonders der Aufbau des Controllers gefallen, super klein in den Abmaßen.

Für alle, die wissen wollen, welche Codes da gesendet werden, hier die Auflistung. Diese kann man beispielsweise wunderbar für Fhem verwenden, und so das Stripe mit der Hausautomation verbinden.

Decimal: 10491649 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000001 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12184,1272,488,384,1264,1268,484,392,1264,388,1252,392,1260,108,260,16,308,172,132,68,1452,76,192,84,20,16,620,1344,1172,100,1476,1272,1896,168,840,2088,2064,1984,1212,16,956,1700,2468,1556,1028,20,1576,1352,2808,

Decimal: 10491652 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000100 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 392 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12184,1260,500,384,1256,1268,488,380,1264,392,1252,392,1256,396,1252,384,1276,380,1264,388,1264,380,208,660,184,48,296,236,36,196,32,180,1084,1964,2220,1792,80,172,2112,1564,2576,1524,2628,1228,2956,2024,1524,28,580,

Decimal: 10491653 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000101 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 392 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12184,1268,492,380,1264,1264,488,388,1268,376,1272,380,1260,392,1264,376,1268,392,1264,376,1268,376,1264,1260,492,380,1264,1272,488,1252,508,1252,496,380,1272,372,1280,376,1268,380,1276,364,1276,1260,500,368,1276,16,576,

Decimal: 10491654 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000110 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12188,1264,484,392,1260,1260,488,388,1260,388,1260,380,1264,392,1256,388,1268,388,1264,388,1264,376,1264,1268,484,384,1264,1264,492,1252,500,1260,496,384,1268,372,1272,384,1268,376,1268,228,32,212,164,1236,24,312,88,

Decimal: 10491655 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000111 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1252,500,364,1272,1244,500,372,1280,360,1272,384,1272,364,1272,380,1268,384,1272,360,608,88,60,48,2344,160,276,300,140,712,528,2160,2000,1896,1068,96,396,40,692,1664,2496,1492,2664,1368,2792,1152,736,84,1180,

Decimal: 10491656 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001000 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 392 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12184,1268,488,372,1272,1256,476,400,1244,388,1268,400,1240,416,1260,376,1264,416,1236,396,1276,380,1260,1272,472,408,1260,1260,476,1272,500,1260,484,392,1264,376,1268,392,1260,392,1264,1256,492,108,16,48,172,956,20,

Decimal: 10491657 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001001 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12200,1260,496,372,1272,1260,492,384,1272,384,1268,380,1276,376,1264,384,1280,368,1272,384,1264,380,1272,1260,492,384,1272,1244,500,1260,496,1248,516,376,1268,120,644,40,132,176,528,184,292,116,84,76,1580,300,120,

Decimal: 10491659 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001011 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1264,504,384,1264,1252,516,360,1280,368,1268,388,1276,364,1268,388,1264,392,1276,384,1244,400,1256,1260,500,392,1252,1264,516,1228,516,1252,480,392,1316,276,1296,368,1248,388,1380,1168,492,392,1760,780,492,1276,520,

Decimal: 10491661 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001101 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1264,484,388,1264,1252,488,388,1268,372,1264,392,1256,392,1268,380,1264,396,1260,380,1260,392,1264,1268,488,380,1264,1268,484,1260,504,1252,496,384,1268,376,1268,388,1260,388,1268,1260,492,1256,500,372,1272,36,36,

Decimal: 10491663 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001111 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12204,1244,508,372,1272,1236,512,364,1272,380,1268,376,1272,384,1264,384,1276,372,1268,392,1256,384,1272,1256,496,384,1272,1252,492,1260,508,1236,508,380,1272,380,1276,368,1272,808,156,600,1612,16,120,28,196,584,20,

Decimal: 10491665 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100010001 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12176,1272,476,400,1248,1268,472,400,1252,400,1248,400,1244,400,1248,400,1256,400,68,32,116,1184,20,20,176,188,296,188,240,120,244,120,112,224,144,212,148,212,152,216,268,212,272,220,268,216,260,252,104,

Decimal: 10491665 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100010001 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 394 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12184,1268,480,400,1248,1268,480,400,1252,396,1256,388,1252,396,1248,396,1260,396,1248,396,1252,392,1252,1268,476,396,1256,1272,480,1268,484,1268,488,396,1256,392,1260,392,1256,1264,484,388,1260,392,1252,396,1256,1264,484,

Decimal: 10491663 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001111 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1256,484,388,1260,1252,484,384,1276,368,1268,384,1264,384,1272,368,1280,380,1272,372,1268,384,1264,1252,512,368,1272,1248,500,1244,492,1248,500,372,1280,364,1276,376,1276,12,56,232,1428,64,180,708,196,752,2068,

Decimal: 10491661 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001101 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1276,488,384,1264,1260,484,392,1260,392,1256,392,1260,384,1264,392,1260,396,1256,392,1256,396,1256,1268,484,392,1256,1264,492,1256,492,1256,508,376,1264,392,1260,384,1268,388,1260,1260,132,56,160,56,16,32,164,

Decimal: 10491659 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001011 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12192,1256,488,392,1260,1252,496,380,1260,388,1264,380,1264,392,1260,384,1268,396,1252,396,1260,384,1260,1268,492,388,1260,1260,492,1264,492,1252,504,384,1264,384,1264,380,1264,388,1264,1252,492,388,1260,1256,500,1252,492,

Decimal: 10491657 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001001 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12192,1268,492,376,1268,1268,480,392,1260,388,1256,392,1264,380,1264,392,1264,308,180,300,260,224,256,104,116,272,204,288,76,284,200,284,76,260,108,256,108,252,112,252,232,252,228,260,232,280,196,284,76,

Decimal: 10491656 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100001000 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12192,1268,488,384,1264,1264,488,392,1256,388,1268,392,1252,392,1260,384,1268,396,1256,388,1260,392,1256,1264,492,384,1264,1264,492,1260,492,1260,496,388,1272,200,104,256,124,64,1972,248,40,156,240,216,176,32,212,

Decimal: 10491655 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000111 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12200,1252,492,388,1260,1252,500,384,1256,388,1264,376,1268,388,1260,380,1268,392,1256,392,1260,380,1264,1268,488,384,1268,156,1104,24,2988,712,364,16,172,352,2020,468,28,88,132,252,820,36,1644,1480,1688,56,912,

Decimal: 10491654 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000110 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1260,488,396,1252,1268,492,388,1260,384,1260,396,1252,396,1256,388,1268,392,1260,388,1260,392,1256,1260,496,388,1256,1264,496,1260,492,1256,500,380,1272,384,1260,384,1268,384,1264,388,1264,1256,492,1260,496,376,1268,

Decimal: 10491653 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000101 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12192,1272,488,384,1264,1272,488,384,1260,384,1264,392,1260,392,1260,384,1268,396,1256,384,1264,396,1252,1264,492,384,1264,1264,492,1260,492,1264,492,384,1268,388,1260,388,1264,380,1268,48,296,104,320,76,224,124,556,

Decimal: 10491652 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000100 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12192,1272,484,388,1264,1272,480,396,1256,396,1252,396,1256,384,1268,388,1260,396,1256,388,1260,404,1248,1260,492,392,1256,144,12,44,152,320,1596,12,164,220,504,16,1308,1236,2960,2028,1984,16,112,1912,2236,1804,2348,

Decimal: 10491649 (24Bit) Binary: 101000000001011100000001 Tri-State: not applicable PulseLength: 393 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 12196,1276,480,396,1252,1280,480,400,1252,392,1256,396,1256,388,1264,400,1256,404,1252,396,1260,396,1252,1260,488,384,1260,1276,488,1260,488,1268,492,388,1268,388,1256,392,1260,384,1268,388,1260,392,1264,384,1264,1276,488,

Decimal: 1316161 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000001010101000001 Tri-State: 0FF00FFFF00F{| PulseLength: 352 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10948,384,1144,364,1132,388,1148,1072,412,408,1132,1080,440,384,1140,376,1152,392,1144,364,1144,384,1132,1072,464,356,1144,1084,428,384,1132,1072,460,356,1152,1076,424,388,1164,360,1144,348,1156,372,1144,376,1152,1068,428,

Decimal: 1316161 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000001010101000001 Tri-State: 0FF00FFFF00F PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10948,392,1140,404,1144,384,1144,1096,436,392,1148,1076,476,364,1156,392,1156,372,1148,372,1160,388,1140,1088,468,364,1160,1088,436,400,1164,1088,464,356,1168,1080,448,380,1164,380,1156,380,1176,376,1156,384,1152,1076,480,

Decimal: 1316161 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000001010101000001 Tri-State: 0FF00FFFF00F{à PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10944,400,1144,400,1152,404,1148,1100,416,404,1144,1084,472,364,1160,388,1156,388,1144,388,1152,396,1144,1092,464,356,1164,1088,444,392,1148,1076,476,364,1160,1088,444,380,1164,380,1156,380,1156,380,1168,360,1184,1068,452,

Decimal: 1328465 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000100010101010001 Tri-State: 0FF0F0FFFF0F PulseLength: 352 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10940,384,1120,420,1120,380,1136,1084,416,396,1148,1060,464,356,1144,392,1148,356,1132,1084,464,356,1136,396,1148,360,1152,1072,432,392,1156,1072,448,364,1156,1072,448,376,1156,1068,432,384,1148,376,1148,368,1164,1052,448,

Decimal: 1328465 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000100010101010001 Tri-State: 0FF0F0FFFF0F PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10940,384,1148,360,1160,364,1152,1064,436,392,1136,1072,456,364,1144,380,1152,356,1132,1072,464,356,1144,384,1140,364,1160,1076,424,392,1140,1068,452,360,1152,1072,440,372,1160,1060,444,372,1152,384,1136,364,1172,1072,420,

Decimal: 1328465 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000100010101010001 Tri-State: 0FF0F0FFFF0F PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10940,392,1116,392,1148,360,1124,1084,452,372,1132,1084,452,356,1152,380,1124,396,1136,1088,432,376,1152,372,1144,372,1164,1052,456,372,1168,1064,428,384,1156,1056,128,352,132,176,1056,276,68,40,436,48,300,556,340,

Decimal: 1328468 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000100010101010100 Tri-State: 0FF0F0FFFFF0 PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10952,392,1144,388,1160,368,1164,1072,440,400,1148,1080,468,380,1140,396,1164,364,1160,1068,460,388,1156,384,1164,364,1160,1092,432,404,1164,1084,472,368,1160,1092,444,372,1188,1056,464,376,1176,1080,468,360,1176,372,1156,

Decimal: 1328468 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000100010101010100 Tri-State: 0FF0F0FFFFF0 PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10952,392,1148,392,1164,364,1152,1092,424,400,1148,1080,468,376,1152,388,1164,364,1164,1064,468,380,1152,388,1164,360,1160,1096,428,408,1160,1076,484,352,1168,1076,464,368,1172,1076,448,388,1172,1064,480,360,1160,384,1176,

Decimal: 1328468 (24Bit) Binary: 000101000100010101010100 Tri-State: 0FF0F0FFFFF0 PulseLength: 353 microseconds Protocol: 1
Raw data: 10968,380,1144,396,1152,376,1152,1084,436,428,1144,1096,468,356,1168,380,1156,384,1168,1080,480,368,1172,384,1152,380,1172,1084,444,392,1172,1088,472,352,1172,1076,460,376,1176,1068,452,396,1164,1084,456,372,1172,384,1176,

Ich habe ein kurzes Youtube-Video gemacht, auf dem ich alle Tasten einmal geklickt habe.

Kaufen könnt ihr den LED – Stripe Controller bei amazon (-> Dimmer mit Fernbedienung RF 433 MHz für LED-Stripes):

Bei Fragen, Kommentare in den Youtube – Video oder auch hier in der Kommentar-Liste

 

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4 Antworten zu LED-Stripe (Weiß) mit 433 MHz Fernbedienung steuern

  1. Jürgen sagt:

    Hallo Robin,
    wärst du so nett mal deinen Arduino Code zu zeigen?
    Ich habe mir die gleiche Fernbedienung bestellt, bekomm beim Ardiuno jedoch keinerlei Daten angezeigt …
    LG Jürgen

  2. Ben sagt:

    Das sollte mit der alternativen Firmware für den Nano CUL gehen. Der scannt die Signale und wenn autocreate an ist erkennt er alle Geräte die auf 433MHZ senden.

  3. Robin sagt:

    Hallo Toensi,

    ich habe leider keine Zeit dazu, aber ich vermute es wird nicht schwierig sein.
    Der Controller sendet aber kein Intertechno, sondern irgendwelche andere Codes.

    Wenn die Codes einmal bekannt sind (also Lampen an / aus / dimmen usw.), dann kannst du auch mit dem 433 MHz CUL oder einem 433 MHz Sender das Stripe einschalten. Dürfte kein Thema sein.

    Edit: kurz noch mal rumgehört. mit dem nanoCUL und einer angepassten Firmware wäre es wohl möglich den Stripe zu steuern.

    LG
    /robin

  4. toensi sagt:

    Hallo Robins,

    hast Du es schon geschafft den RF Wireless Remote Controller in Fhem zu intregieren ??
    Besispiel Config für Fhem wäre schön.
    Kann ich den RF Wireless Remote Controller per NanoCul 433 mhz steuern bzw. schalten ??

    Danke Vorab und Gruß aus Münster
    toensi

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