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coldpenguin
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Homeeasy ultimate

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

Has anyone managed to determine how to 'spoof' home-easy products?

Each product has a specific code written to it, in firmware (I am thinking the HE100 or the self-learning remote switches).
I have a lot of devices pre-learnt to an HE100 and I don't particularly want to -relearn them all (some of them are not very easy to access in a hurry, its what you have a remote for!).
So I guessed, that using the code written in the back of the remote might work as a house code, plus the number of the window might work, but it does not.
Any ideas?
A sniffer could probably do it easily. Considered signing up for the Dual version beta, but this is not really worth it, as the HE is basically a one-way protocol anyway.

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

Hi !

You can try building your own RF receiver (from scratch or by modding a audio/video receiver, a UPM thermometer, a IR/RF transmitter..) and use the nethome softwares to identify the house code.

Here is some links you could find useful :

NetHome Server :
http://wiki.nethome.nu/doku.php

Eventghost topic with a lot of info on how to build a receiver :

http://www.eventghost.org/forum/viewtop ... 0&start=75

I modded a Thomson VS360 video transmitter with 2 resistors and 2 capacitors and it works fine :D

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

Hmm thanks, I was hoping that possibly someone had already tried a decode of it (seeing as the transmitters have a 'code' written on them).

I am hoping to get meself another (hopefully working this time) oscilloscope, so I will try and get that data. With this, it would be easier than using the microphone method I think.

I'll report back if I am successful (don't hold your breath)
Gareth

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