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FREE – Easy to use – More protocols than any other solution – Multiple frequencies – Multiple home automation platforms

RFLink : Supported devices list

UPDATE: 28 May 2017

All devices listed below have been tested by one or more users and were found working with one of the RFLink firmware versions.
Since we do not actually own all of these devices ourselves it is impossible to test each new RFlink firmware version with each and every device.
In some cases not all the features of a device might be supported yet. If you feel something is missing for a device you own,
check the development page to see how you can help with a debug log to improve the implementation.

If your device is not listed below, it does not automatically mean that it will not work! It actually still might work.
Many devices are clones of each other or are using an existing protocol.
If you have a device that is not listed below but is working then let us know via frankzirrone@gmail.com so we can update the list.
If your device is not listed and also not detected, then check the development page to see how you can help with a debug log to have support for your device added to the firmware.

433 and/or 315 Mhz devices:

Note that various devices are available in a 433 or 315 mhz version. RFlink can handle the protocols but obviously the used transceiver
(or seperate transmitter and receiver) are important factors to actually make use of a specific frequency.
Technically, RFLink is capable of using 315, 433, 868 and 915 mhz frequencies with the protocols and devices listed below.
It is up to you to make sure that you are allowed to use that frequency in your country before you use a frequency for any special projects.

Remote Controls and Electrical Switches / Dimmers etc.:


ARC Protocol: (Send + Receive)
  • Klik Aan Klik Uit (Code Wheel) (All products)
  • Princeton PT2262
  • Domia Lite
  • Intertechno
  • CoCo Technologies
  • Cogex
  • D-IO (Chacon)
  • Nexa (All products, among others: WST-512)
  • Düwi Terminal
  • Promax RSL366T
  • Conrad 640472, 640473, 640475, 640476
  • ME FLS 100
  • Profile PR-44N, PR-47N
  • Sartano 2606
  • Impuls
  • Elro AB400
  • SelectRemote
  • Everflourish/Chacon (All products, among others: EMW200, EMW203)
  • Waveman
  • Elro Home Comfort AB600
  • (Elro) Home Control
  • SmartHome YC-2000B
  • Smarthome YC-4000B
  • Phenix YC-4000S
  • Pollin Funk-Dimmer HouseLight FD-UP001
  • Pollin Funk-Steckdosen-Set 2605
  • Conrad 646443 outlet sockets / RSL366R
  • Proteam HO1853
  • Velleman WRS3B
  • “Emil Lux”/LUX-Tools (Obi.de Art.Nr. 2087971)
  • Znane-01 switch set sold at Biedronka (Impuls clone)
  • Renkforce
  • Etekcity ZAP
Automatic Code Learning Protocols: (Send + Receive)
  • Klik Aan Klik Uit (All products, among others: ACM-1000, AWMR210, AWMT230, AWMD250, AWST8800, ACD-200,
    ACD-300, ACD-1000, ACD-3500, AGDR-300, AGDR-3500, APA3-1500R, APA2-2300R, AWS-3500,
    AFR-100, AFR-060, ACM-3500-3, ASUN-650, ACM-100, ACM-250, ACM-300, AILD-250, AILS-3500,
    AWMR-230, AWMR-300, APCR-2300, ACDB-7000C, ACDB-6600C)
  • CoCo Technologies
  • Trust SmartHome (All products, among others: AMST-606)
  • Nexa Jula Anslut (All products, among others: 408-063, 408-064, LWST-605)
  • Home Easy EU (All products, among others: HE100, HE200, HE300, AB600/HE600, HE800)
  • Smartwares (All products, among others: SH5-TDR-K 10.037.17, SH5-SET-OB, SH5-SET-OP36, SH5-SET-OP36F
    SH5-SET-BS, SH5-SET-FL, SH5-SET-KHC, SH5-SET-ST, SHS-51000-EU, SHS-51001-EU WL, SHS-53002-EU
    SH5-RPS-04A, SH5-RPS-36A, SH5-RPD-02A, SH5-RPS-36B, SH5-RBS-10A, SH5-TBD-02A, SH5-RBS-23A
    SH5-RBU-04A, SH5-RFD-A, SH5-RBU-A, SH5-RBD-01A, SH5-RBS-04A, SHS-53000)
  • Maclean Energy MCE04 & 07 remote control and switches
  • Proove switch sets (All products, among others: TSP 800)
  • Hama SD-UN5-RF
  • Elimex (All products, among others: LYCT505 – 24.132, 24.130, 24.131, 24.134, 24.138, 24.139)
  • SelectPower
  • Ningbo KD-205-1
  • Steffen Power Switch (1204334)
  • Aukey PA-R1
  • RTS E200 Switch set (F-TYPE)
Others: (Send + Receive)
  • Aster / GEMINI EMC/99/STI/037
  • Avidsen switch sets
  • Avidsen RMC-1LM
  • Bahuon switch set BHC9938F-X + remote 1415
  • Blyss switch sets
  • Chacon (TR-502MSV, NR.RC402, 54655)
  • Conrad RSL2, Conrad RSL88R/B, Conrad RC-710
  • Cotech switch set 36-6361
  • Cotech switch set 36-6010
  • DMV-7008S
  • Electro Depot switch set, article code 940557
  • Everflourish EMW100 / Cotech EMW100R
  • Flamingo (among others: FA500R, FA500S, FA500DSS, FA500WD, SF-500S/3, SF-500S/3F, SF-500S/3UK, SF-500WD/2, SF-500WD/2F, SF-501)
  • FunkBus remote control (Insta / Berker / Gira / Jung) (receive only)
  • Home Confort Smart Home – Among others: TEL-010, PRF-100, SRF-E27
  • Home Easy (Code Wheel)
  • Ikea Koppla
  • Intertek Eurodomest 972080 (Protocol revision 1 & 2 – full autodetection)
  • Intertek Eurodomest 972086 (Protocol revision 1 & 2 – full autodetection)
  • Kambrook RF3399/RF3405/RF3672/RF3689/RF4471R
  • LIDL Libra TR-502MSV
  • Livolo
  • Mandolyn RC-710
  • Maplin RSL3660R
  • Master Electrician RC-012-1-TR-009
  • Mercury 350.115UK
  • Mumbi M-FS300 (without dip switches)
  • Novatys wall switches
  • PLC-T4022G X10 RF to Powerline
  • Powerfix RCB-I 3600
  • Prime Wire & Cable
  • ProMax 75.0006.14 (Sold at Action)
  • Quigg GT-1000 RC / Quigg GT-FSI-08
  • Quigg GT-3000 / Quigg GT-FSI-04
  • Quigg GT-7008BS / Quigg GT-FSI-02
  • Quigg GT-8000 / Quigg GT-FSI-04 / Quigg GT-FSI-05
  • Quigg GT-9000 / Quigg GT-FSI-07 / Quigg GT-FSI-09
  • R546 wireless switch set
  • Rev Ritter REV 8342L
  • Unitec 48110 EIM 826 / 48111 EIM 821
  • Unitec 48111 Model 50028
  • Sartano switch set, Model 50028, HN 10047
  • Sartano switch set, Model 55006DKX10, HN3031/HN 10047
  • Silvercrest l36-001
  • Silvercrest IAN 7443 type 10164 R RC202
  • SilverCrest IAN 91210/60494 RCS AAA3680 and RCS AAA3680-A
  • Silvercrest IAN 276299
  • Silvercrest IAN 113854
  • Silvercrest IAN 91210
  • Solight switch set
  • Sonoff 433-wifi bridge
  • Siplec switch set
  • Steffen Power Switch (1204380 3M)
  • Tec Star 2335191R
  • Toom 1919384
  • TRC02 RGB Controller
  • X10 RF switches
  • X10 UR76 E Remote Control
  • X’Dom (among others KR22)

Weather Sensors:

  • Alecto V1:
    Alecto WS3500, Alecto WS1500, SilverCrest, Otio SH-10, Otio SH-20,
    Auriol H13726, Ventus WS155, Hama EWS 1500, Meteoscan W155/W160,
    Alecto WS4500, Ventus W044, Balance RF-WS105, MiSol Rain gauge
  • Alecto V2:
    Alecto ACH2010 (868 Mhz!), DKW2012 (868 Mhz!), WS3900 (868 Mhz!), WH2080,
    Maplin Weather Station N96GY, Fine Offset WH1080, Fine Offset WH1081, Watson W-8681,
    Digitech XC0348 Weather Station, PCE-FWS 20, Elecsa AstroTouch 6975, Froggit WH1080,
    Maxon WS1081, Maplin Weather Station N25FR
  • Alecto V3:
    WS1100, WS1150, WS1200
  • Alecto V4:
    Banggood SKU174397, Sako CH113, Homemart/Onemall FD030 and Blokker (Dake) 1730796 outdoor temperature sensor
  • Alecto1300:
    Alecto1300 (Wireless plan monitor) Air and Soil sensor temperature and humidity sensor, Unitec W235 Climate sensor
  • Blyss:
    Blyss temperature sensors (Ref.630467)
  • GlobalTronics:
    GT-WT-01, GT-WT-02
  • Acurite:
    Acurite Tower sensor, 609TXC, 592TXR, 5in1 6004RM, 5in1 pro 6014RM, 896, 986
    3in1 3n1TXR, 3n1TXC,
  • Acurite V3:
    Acurite 609TXC (alternative version)
  • Pollin:
    Pollin PFR-130 Temperature & Rain meter
  • Cresta/Hideki:
    Hideki, TFA Nexus, Mebus, Irox, Irox-Pro X, Honeywell, Cresta TE923, TE923W, TE821W,
    WXR810, DV928, Ventus W906, HomeWizard Rain meter
  • Mebus:
    Mebus Outdoor Sensor, Auriol IAN 55982, Stacja Pogody WS-9941-M
  • UPM/Esic:
    UPM, Esic, Emos, DVM, Clas Ohlson , Dickson, 36-1793, 36-1794
  • LaCrosse:
    Lacrosse TX3-TH Thermo/Humidity, Lacrosse TX4
  • LaCrosseV2:
    WS2300 (Temperature/Humidity/Wind/Rain), WS2310, WS2355, WS3600
  • LaCrosseV3:
    WS7000-15: Anemometer, WS7000-16: Rain precipitation, WS7000-19: Brightness Luxmeter,
    WS2500-19: Brightness Luxmeter, WS7000-27: Thermometer, WS7000-28: Thermometer,
    WS7000-25 Thermo/Humidity, WS7000-22 Thermo/Humidity, WS7000-20: Thermo/Humidity/Barometer,
    TFA 30.3125 (temperature + humidity), TFA 30.3120.30, TFA 30.3120.90 (temperature),
    Conrad/ELV S555TH/S300TH
  • LaCrosseV4:
  • Baldr:
    Bresser weather sensor, Baldr B0317, BL999 weather sensor
  • Auriol:
    Z31743, Rubicson
  • Auriol V2:
    Z31055A-TX, Z31055B-TX version 09/2012, Xiron, Watshome YT6018-2, Technoline,
    AOK-2026, AOK-2011, Tunex MF-0211, Jula / Marquant 943134
  • Auriol V3:
    Z32171A, XT200, Fine Offset, Hadex T093, WH5029, Excelvan
  • FineOffset:
    Fine Offset Electronics WH2, Agimex Rosenborg 66796, ClimeMET CM9088, Tesa WH1150,
    Loh Electronics 02812 Temperature and Humidity sensor,
    WH1285 TX (WH-5) Temp & Humidity sensor
  • Eurochron:
    EAS 301Z / EAS 302 / Tchibo / Oregon EW99
  • Prologue:
    Clas Ohlson 36-4741, Clas Ohlson 36-5087, Prologue 36-4744 (Clas Ohlsson)
  • Krippl:
    Krippl temperature/humidity sensor
  • InoValley:
    SM200, SM302 Temperature&Humidity sensor
  • Oregon V1/2/3:
    THC238, THC268, THN132N, THWR288A, THRN122N, THN122N, AW129, AW131, THGR268, THGR122X, THGR122N,
    THGN122N, THGN123N, THGR122NX, THGR228N, THGR238, WTGR800, THGR918, THGRN228NX, THGN500, RTGN318,
    THGR810, RTGR328N, THGR328N, Huger BTHR918, BTHR918N, BTHR968, RGR126, RGR682, RGR918, PCR122,
    THWR800, THR128, THR138, THC138, RGR928, THGR968, THR228N, RGR968, WGR968, THGN132N,
    UVN128, UV138, UVN800, Huger-STR918, WGR918, WGR800, PCR800, WGTR800, BTHG968, BTHGN129
  • Biltema:
    Biltema 84056
  • Fine Offset:
    Fine Offset / Viking / WMS Mk3 / Proove TSS320
  • Home Confort:
    STHI 100 temperature/humidity sensor
  • F007: Ambient Weather / Frogit F007TH, Ambient Weather / Frogit F007T, Ambient Weather / Frogit F007PF
    Renkforce Thermo-/Hygrosensor FT007TH, UCTech FT007TH
  • RFTech: 210TX
  • Digi-Tech: 4-LD14554 Outdoor temperature sensor
  • Philips: Philips AJ7010/12

Pool/Water Thermometer:

  • Conrad 9771 Pool Thermometer
  • WT0122 Pool Thermometer
  • FirstLine FWS802 Pool Thermometer
  • Cheap Chinese water detector

Soil : Temperature & Moisture/Humidity Sensors

  • Imagintronix XH300 sensor
  • Opus XT300
  • Alecto 1300

Electricity Monitoring

  • OWL CM113
  • OWL CM119
  • OWL CM130
  • OWL CM160
  • OWL CM180
  • OWL CM180i
  • OWL +USB
  • OWL Micro
  • cent-a-meter
  • Electrisave
  • Revolt NC-5461 Energy Meter (See Note)
  • Otio Energy Meter (See Note)
  • Profitec Funk Energiekosten Messgeraet (See Note)

These devices send a large RF burst every 10 seconds.
This means that they could fill a lot of the available 433mhz bandwidth and you should use these devices with care because
the reception of other sensors could become problematic when using these devices.

Dusk Sensors (Light On/Off detection):

  • Home Easy HE863
  • Intertechno ITDS-5
  • Kaku ABST-604

Relay controllers:

  • 1Key 315/433MHZ Wireless Module Receiver Controller For Relay Remote SwitchBA
  • AK-RK01S-220-A AC 220 V 1CH 433 MHz

Window blinds/shutters/sun screens:

  • A-OK Blind controller (AC114-01B and others)
  • ASA radio technology Go-1
  • Astrell 85 portal motorization system
  • Avidsen
  • Conrad RSL blind controller 640579
  • Dooya RF Roller blinds (AC123-16 and others)
  • Blyss 599008 / 582886 Liveez, 599009
  • Bofu motor controller (Rollertrol) BF-301, EY1612, EY1624 and others
  • Brel motor controller (DC90, DC106, DC306, DC115, DC229, DC230 and others)
  • Esmo motor controller
  • Faher motor controller (DC305, DC307 and others)
  • Forest “Touch Sense Motors” Curtain control
  • Gaposa Blind/Shutter controller (model QCT3S and others)
  • Intertechno CMR-500, ITL-500, ITL-1000
  • Kaku ASUN650
  • Kingpin motor controls
  • Koch (currently: receive only)
  • Liwin Shutters / Blinds controller (currently: receive only)
  • Rohrmotor24
  • Romotec
  • RTS
  • RTS Eolis 3D
  • RTS Telis 4, Telis 5
  • RTS Soliris
  • RTS Pure
  • Warema Aircontrol
  • Warema EWFS shutters and awnings
  • X2D Shutter control
  • Yooda RF Roller blinds

Motion Detectors:

  • Low Budget Chinese PIR (only signals motion detection)
    based on EV1527 & HX2262 (If timing resistor present, any resistor value will work)
  • Aritech PIR (only signals motion detection)
  • Ajax Chub Varel PIR (only signals motion detection)
  • Chuango: among others PIR-900 and PIR-910 PIR sensor
  • Oregon Scientific NR868 PIR/night light
  • Oregon Scientific MSR939 PIR
  • X10 security sensors (Haibrain MS13 and others)
  • Meiantech/Atlantic security sensors (MC335, MD326,FT89R and others)
  • MC145026
  • Honeywell / Friedland DC4 PIR (Sends an “alive” signal as well)
  • Honeywell / Friedland DC44 PIR (Sends an “alive” signal as well)
  • Starlux ST101 PIR
  • Holtek HT6P20 based PIR (both receive and transmit)
  • Elro HA31, HA51
  • Visonic 433 mhz sensors
  • Visonic PowerCode sensors
  • X2D motion sensors
  • Yale HSA3000/6000 PIR

Door/Window sensors:

  • Avidsen Door contact 102359
  • Blyss Door contact BLY2
  • Chacon DIO 54781 (separate signals for open and close)
  • Changyo MC20 Door/window Home security sensor G90B G90E (seperate signals for open and close)
  • Chuango: among others DWC-100 Door sensor, DWC-102 Door sensor
  • COCO (separate signals for open and close)
  • Conrad RSW885T (separate signals for open and close)
  • Elmes CTX3H, CTX4H
  • Elro HA31, HA51
  • Evology door/window contact sensor
  • Firedland DC55
  • Holtek HT6P20 based door & window sensors (separate signals for open and close)
  • Home Easy HE852
  • Intertechno ITM-100
  • KAKU AMST-606 door/window sensor (separate signals for open and close)
  • Kerui D025 Door Window Sensor (Only send open, but no close signal)
  • Kerui D026 Door Window Sensor (seperate signals for open and close, beware for bad imitation or D025 sold as D026)
  • LightwaveRF Contact Switch
  • Low Budget Chinese Door/Window detectors
    based on EV1527 & HX2262 (If timing resistor present, any resistor value will work)
  • Lobeco NX-450N-I (separate signals for open and close + sends an alive signal)
  • MC145026
  • Meiantech/Atlantic security sensors (separate signals for open and close + sends an alive signal)
  • Oudi AD-87
  • Sigmatek door contact
  • Visonic 433 mhz sensors like: MCT-100, MCT302 (seperate signals for open and close)
  • Visonic PowerCode sensors
  • X10 security sensors
  • X2D security sensors
  • Yale HSA3000/6000 Door/Window sensors


  • X10 security sensors (Send + Receive)
  • KD101 (Send + Receive)
  • Flamingo FA20RF (Send + Receive)
  • Flamingo FA21RF (Send + Receive)
  • Diamant Smoke alarm (Send + Receive)
  • Chacon 34126 (Send + Receive)
  • Altantic’s security sensors

Gate openers (Send + Receive)

  • BFT
  • Came M48 Top43 XEV

Alarm systems, secure gate openers, garage doors (Receive of sensors and remotes ONLY!!!)

  • Visonic Powermax (Keeloq) (Receive only!)
  • Nice Smilo (Keeloq) (Receive only!)
  • FAAC (Receive only!)
  • Logipark (Receive only!)
  • Ditec (Receive only!)
  • Konig Alarm System sensors (Receive only!)

Alarm systems, gate openers, garage doors (Receive and transmit)

  • Yale HSA3000/6000 Alarm System sensors
  • X2D Alarm System sensors
  • eTIGER ES-RC1 alarm remote control 4 buttons

Gas Detectors:

  • GD18 Gas Detector

Remote controls

  • Denver ASA70 Alarm system remote control (4 button)
  • Chuango Alarm system remote control (4 button)

Heating / Fireplace / Thermostats:

  • Mertik G6R H4T1 / Dru (Send + Receive)
  • Smartwares SH5-TDR-A / SHS 5300 Heating Controller / Radiator Valve (Send + Receive)
  • Lafayette Air Thermostat (Send + Receive)
  • X2D Thermostat (Tybox) (Send + Receive)


  • Bosch DID09T950 (Send + Receive)
  • Bosch DID09T951 (Send + Receive)
  • Siemens SF-01 (Send + Receive)
  • Wave Design SF-01 (Send + Receive)

Smoke Detectors:

  • 2124DFW (Send + Receive)
  • Alecto SA30/SA33 (Send + Receive)
  • Chacon 34126 KD134A (Send + Receive)
  • Chacon LM-101LG (Send + Receive)
  • Diamant Smoke alarm (Send + Receive)
  • Flamingo FA20RF (Send + Receive)
  • Flamingo FA21RF (Send + Receive)
  • Fuji Onkyo 480 500 smoke detector (Receive)
  • Jucon LM-101LG (Send + Receive)
  • KD101 (Send + Receive)
  • Low Budget Chinese Smoke Detector (Receive)
    based on EV1527 & HX2262 (If timing resistor present, any resistor value should work)
  • Nexa 101LC (Send + Receive)
  • Origo SA422WF Smoke detector (Receive)
  • Smartwares RM174RF Smoke detector (Receive)
  • TOP CRAFT ALDI DEF-002A (Send + Receive)
  • Yale HSA3000/6000 smoke detector (Receive)
  • X2D Smoke detectors (Send + Receive)


  • Byron BY (among others BY532E) (Receive)
  • Byron SX (among others SX21) (Send + Receive)
  • Deltronic Wireless Doorbell (Send + Receive)
  • Elro (DB270 and others) (Send + Receive)
  • Envivo PO-1413 (Receive)
  • Forrinx (Receive)
  • Friedland EVO Decor ED1, EVO Decor ED3, D515 (Receive)
  • Heidemann HX Silverline 70290 (Send + Receive)
  • KAKU ACDB 6500BC (Send + Receive)
  • L^Home model 32311T (Receive)
  • Medion MD 16179 (Receive)
  • NEXA LML-710 (Send + Receive)
  • Plieger York (Receive)
    Note that when the Plieger button is detected as Conrad RSL2, you need to use the button
    on the inside of the Plieger doorbell to change the address code of the Plieger.
  • Profile led dasegno (Send + Receive)
  • RL-02 Wireless Doorbell (Send + Receive)
  • SelectPlus (200689103 – Black – Datecode:0614), 1 by One, Delta (O00 QH-0031) (Send + Receive)
  • SelectPlus (200689101 – White – Datecode:0914) (Send + Receive)
  • SelectPlus (5251178 – Black – (Send + Receive)
  • Siemens DCBP5 Doorbell converter (wireless + wired) (Send + Receive)
  • SilverCrest Z31370-TX (Receive)
  • Synapse SN-1613 (Receive)

Nodo Slave Sensors:

Various Nodo sensor types are supported.
Both the regular 433mhz sensors (3.7 and 3.8) as well as NodoNRF sensors (3.7 only).
Make sure you use Nodo Slave ID 1,2, 4 till 9 to make the sensor a separate sensor.
If you want to have combined sensors (eg temperature + humidity in one device) make sure
you use Nodo Slave ID 10 till 16

The following variable / sensor types are currently supported

Variable 1,2,3,4,5 : Temperature
Variable 6 : Humidity
Variable 7 : Rain
Variable 8 : Wind speed
Variable 9 : Wind direction
Variable 10 : Wind gust
Variable 11, 12 en 13 : Temperature
Variable 14 : Humidity
Variable 15 : UV
Variable 16 : Barometric pressure

Electricity/Water/Gas pulse meters are supported when using the following Nodo variable numbers:
Make sure the slave devices are using Nodo Slave ID 3 !!!

Variable 1 : Pulse value 1
Variable 2 : Pulse value 2
Variable 3 : Pulse value 3
Including variable 4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15
Variable 16: Pulse value 16

868 Mhz devices:

Remote Controls:

  • Smanos remote control (3 states; on, off, home)
  • Smanos keypad WK7000 (3 states; on, off, home)

Weather Sensors:

  • Alecto V2:
    Alecto ACH2010 (868 Mhz!), DKW2012 (868 Mhz!)

Motion Detectors:

  • Smanos PIR MD2300
  • Woonveilig:
    Woonveilig PIR, Egardia PIR
  • Visonic 868mhz sensors

Door/Window sensors:

  • Smanos doorsensor DS2300
  • Woonveilig:
    Woonveilig door/window sensors, Egardia door/window sensors
  • Visonic 868mhz sensors

Alarm Systems:

-Smanos base station L020/W020 (3 states; on, off, home)

2.4 Ghz devices:

  • NodoNRF
  • MiLight / LimitlessLED / Applamp / EasyBulb / etc. devices.

RFlink supports NodoNRF devices and/or MiLight devices.
You can use two NRF24L01 modules at the same time as the wiring of both systems is different.
See below for some details.


NodoNRF devices are sensors based on the Nodo project.
Data is transferred via 2.4Ghz.
You will need to use a NRF24L01 wired specifically for NodoNRF use.


The Milight devices are also sold under the names:
LimitlessLED, Applamp, EasyBulb, Rocket LED, s`luce, iLight, iBulb, LinkUP, SuperBrightLeds, Kepsun and Kreuzer.
There are probably other names used as well.

MiLight is using the 2.4Ghz frequency to control light bulbs and led strips. These devices are originally controlled
with a remote or a wifi bridge.
RFlink has the ability to transmit to these devices directly like the remote control and the wifi bridge are doing.
However, RFLink has an unique feature, it can also receive the Milight signals coming from the remote or the bridge.
Up to 262140 unique lamps can be controlled.
You will need to use a NRF24L01 wired specifically for Milight/MySensors use.


RFlink can receive data like temperature, humidity etc. from MySensors devices and forward that information to the
home automation controller. If you just want to use some devices you can now do that without a full blown MySensors gateway.
Note that data is only received by RFLink, RFLink does not become part of the MySensors network and does not communicate towards any
MySensors gateway or device.
You will need to use a NRF24L01 wired specifically for Milight/MySensors use.

Philips Living Colors:

Philips Living Colors is using the 2.4Ghz frequency to control a dedicated RGB led bulb.
These devices are originally controlled with a remote control.
RFlink has the ability to transmit to the Philips Living Colors Genration 1 lamps like the original remote control is doing.
However, RFLink has an unique feature, it can also receive the Living Color commands send by the original remote control.
You will need to use a CC2500 transceiver.

Ikea Ansluta / Utrusta:

Ikea Ansluta / Utrusta is using the 2.4Ghz frequency to control dedicated UTRUSTA en OMLOPP led lights.
These devices are originally controlled with a single button remote control.
RFlink has the ability to transmit to the Ikea Ansluta receiver to control the lamps like the original remote control is doing.
However, RFLink has an unique feature, it can also receive the commands send by the original Ansluta remote control.
Unlike the original remote control that needs to cycle through dim values, RFLink can directly control the dim level.
You will need to use a CC2500 transceiver.


If you require support for other sensors just let us know via the forum or email to frankzirrone@gmail.com.

Support the project:

The RFLink Firmware development is a freeware project. This means you should not pay for the firmware.
We are not linked to any shops and do not have unlimited resources to buy sensors and devices.
You can support the project by sending in debug data for new sensors, send hardware or make a donation so we can buy sensors you would like to see supported.

Bron: nemcon.nl/blog2