Don't use AC door/window sensors

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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby bayoule » Fri May 03, 2013 1:14 pm

Hello

Is the AE Blyss protocol exhibiting the same problem? I am mostly referring to motion sensors 433mhz as all their door sensor are for 868 alarm type technology. In other word can we use these motion sensors for triggering scenes?
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby bayoule » Mon May 13, 2013 1:03 pm

Hello Bert
Any idea?
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby b_weijenberg » Mon May 13, 2013 4:35 pm

I don't have this sensor so I don't know.
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby arjanm » Sun May 19, 2013 8:38 pm

Any idea's on the MA80KM? (http://www.conrad.nl/ce/nl/product/7542 ... 80KM-33552)
And is it supported by the RFXcom?
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby b_weijenberg » Mon May 20, 2013 8:51 am

For the list of supported devices please see chapter 2.2 in the RFXtrx433 User Guide.pdf available on the RFXCOM download page.
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby OWK » Sun May 26, 2013 4:12 pm

The KaKu AEX-701 signal repeater re transmits signals for selected KaKu transmitters and it also does that for 2-3 seconds (avg 12 times) for each received code.
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby Dylantje » Fri Jan 10, 2014 6:45 pm

@ Bert,

Could this be? :roll: :roll:
domoticz.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&am ... amp;t=1348
Do you know what name are these sensors may be sold in the Netherlands :roll:
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby vincenttor » Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:59 am

I wish i have seen this topic before but i found out the hard way.
They do work from kaku indeed but the delay is to big to work as a proper security system before it can trigger an event and send the signal to the lights.
Ah well, just got 2 of them.
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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby raymonvdm » Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:49 pm

I just read this topic again and found some info regarding the MS13 sensor and the ability to tell day/night status and found the following in the manual

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SETTING THE SENSOR FOR DAY/NIGHT USE

Press the <unit/off> button once.
The LED will flash briefly.
Press the <house/on> button and hold it down.
The green LED behind the PIR lens will light up.
3 seconds later the LED will display the current mode (the factory setting is 1).
1 flash when the motion detector is on during the day, light/dark sensor off.
2 flashes when the motion detector is off during the day, light/dark sensor off.
3 flashes when the motion detector is on during the day, light/dark sensor on.  <----------- Thats the one i need
4 flashes when the motion detector is off during the day, light/dark sensor on.
Release the <house/on> button.
Now press the <house/on> button the number of times that corresponds to the mode that you want
to set. On the last press hold down the button (e.g. for mode 3 press the <house/on> button 3 times
and hold the button down on the third press).
After 3 seconds the LED will display the new setting and the LED will switch off.



The new settings must be giving during the burning of the green led, and not after that. It now seems to be working fine

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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby Fischi » Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:14 pm

Hi Bert,

I have a KAKU AWMT-003.
Is it possible to use this "switch" to send an ON/OFF command to the RFXCom receiver or does it have the same
behaviour like the AC door/window sensors ?
Does the AWMT-003 also send so much signal packages ?

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Re: Don't use AC door/window sensors

Postby b_weijenberg » Thu Apr 16, 2015 10:49 am

The switch transmits a limited number of packets and can be used.
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