In Holland, but all over Europe there are cheap home-automation sets for sale to swith lights etc. There are a large amount of widely available 433.92 Mhz wireless remote switches with their own protocol. Tellstick, a usb remote switch from Telldus, can control a lot of these devises (see Telldus Technologies AB).
Could the IPS crew take a look at it and think about it to incorporate the TellStick hardware into IPS. You would enlarge the amount of hardware you can control with IPS tremendous. Take a look at their site to see what vendors Telldus supports and if you look at what the vendors deliver than this would be a match in heaven :rolleyes:
Tellstick supports many cheap vendors on the 433.92 band like: Proove, Nexa, IKEA, CoCo, Bye bye standby, Elro, Sartano, DIY, Waveman etc. The nice thing is that Telldus has broken all the protocols and IP-Symcon doesn’t have to worry about this anymore. Just plug in the usb-stick and you can control them. The only thing for IP-symcon will be to incorparate the Telldus driver and hardware layout.
All the vendors have only a One way communication. The distance is about 30 meters and depends on the vendor. You can buy a Tellstick with an external antenna.
Thank you for the Link,
the services is not intended probably for me, a suitable inquiry was not even answered.
I renounce this, beg I do not act who does not want that his system is spread, than i leaves it!