Sensors? (Waveman IR as an example)

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Sensors? (Waveman IR as an example)

Post by tld » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

Hi,

I'm considering getting a unit for controlling some Waveman plugs, but I'm wondering if it's only capable of controlling units, or if it can also accept input from sensors?

Could I use it with a Waveman IR sensor, have that signal to the computer, make an intelligent choice, and then flip the switch based on that?

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Re: Sensors? (Waveman IR as an example)

Post by micke.prag » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

TellStick only contains a transmitter, no receiver. We are working on such a product though.
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Re: Sensors? (Waveman IR as an example)

Post by tld » Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:08 am

micke.prag wrote:TellStick only contains a transmitter, no receiver. We are working on such a product though.
Sounds good. :)

I realize I might be getting off topic here, and I apologize if I go too far, but I'm curious... I have an ICOM PCR1000 laying around, that can eat 433Mhz (and pretty much anything else) and give me a signal that I could feed to audio-in on a machine. Would it be a huge amount of work for this kind of setup until your new product is out?

(yes, I realize I could, and perhaps should have, RTFMed, but I'm not looking for a technical answer, but rather more an experienced one. "Yeah, you could, but it's a lot of work", or "Sure, that'd be trivial).

In either case, I'm heading off to buy a TellStick today. Thanks. :)

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