same question; so far, none of my 433Mhz devices are learned by the bridge... :-(
... except of course the ones delivered by Sonoff (4 button switch, PIR alarm and door alarm)... So I wonder what else can be done with the bridge ...
Pretty basic stuff so far. I have door sensors (Front and back door) that turn on lights when the door is opened. It also tells me when someone opens either door.
Going to try and rig the doors so it tells me if I've forgotten to lock the back door when I go out the front - future plans.
Hi Chris - I've got IFTTT - but I can''t seem to do anything 'real' on there ?
Can I add - for example - that the door sensor only works at certain specified times?
Or a time limit for a light to be kept on ?
Check the attached photo for a snapshot of rules in another system I have on loan
I have some simple RF touch light switches (made by Sesoo) that I have paired to the RF Bridge. I am able to switch the lights on and off using eWeLink and Google Home.
It is a pity that IFTTT does not provide control of the RF Bridge.
Hi Grant - I had a little play with the IFTTT app but like you can't seem to do anything real either. Think it requires setting up of your own IFTTT server. Could be wrong here of course.
Hi Graeme - Those Sesoo light switches look interesting. They don't require an additional Neutral. Finally! My only problem now is whether or not to replace the few LightwaveRF ones I already have with these. Hmmm. Might just have to get one to play with first.
Hi Chris - exactly the reason I chose them - they are cheap too. I got mine from www.banggood.com where they are only about £12.
They work pretty well and have 2 modes for the linked RF buttons - either a single toggle button, or separate on and off buttons (or both).
They do black or white versions, but currently no 2 way options.
They work with the Sonoff RF Bridge and also the Broadlink RM Pro.
If you do want 2 way options, more colours and choices, and are prepared to pay the price, then have a look at the iLumos switches from HartingtonHeath. They also do not need a neutral wire. I haven't tried these, but as they do work with the Broadlink according to their website, they should also work with the RF Bridge. They is still cheaper than Lightwave RF products.