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1. Table of Contents
1. Table of Contents ................................................................................................................ 2 2. RFXtrx general information.................................................................................................. 3
2.1. RFXtrx315 supported protocols .................................................................................... 3 2.1.1. RFXtrx315 configured for 310MHz ........................................................................ 3 2.1.2. RFXtrx315 configured for 315MHz ........................................................................ 3
2.2. RFXrec433, RFXtrx433, RFXtrx433E supported protocols ........................................... 3 2.2.1. By function ............................................................................................................ 3 2.2.2. Alphabetic list ........................................................................................................ 6
2.3. undec on ...................................................................................................................... 9 2.4. Sensitivity influenced by enabled protocols ................................................................ 10 2.5. RF range reduction..................................................................................................... 10 2.6. Home Automation software ........................................................................................ 11 2.7. Dimensions ................................................................................................................ 11 2.8. Electrical .................................................................................................................... 11 2.9. Environmental conditions ........................................................................................... 11 3. Install the USB driver......................................................................................................... 12 4. Run RFXmngr or RFXflash on Linux under Mono.............................................................. 12 5. RFXmngr test program ...................................................................................................... 13 5.1. Receiver ..................................................................................................................... 14 5.2. Transmitter ................................................................................................................. 15 6. Flash update of the RFXtrx................................................................................................ 16 6.1. Update firmware in the RFXtrx ................................................................................... 16 6.2. Update firmware in the RFXtrx step by step ............................................................... 17 7. RFXtrx433 special device codes ....................................................................................... 19 7.1. Remote commands .................................................................................................... 19
7.1.1. X10 RF Remote .................................................................................................. 19 7.1.2. ATI Remote Wonder............................................................................................ 20 7.1.3. ATI Remote Wonder Plus.................................................................................... 21 7.1.4. Medion Remote................................................................................................... 22 7.2. Harrison address conversion to switch settings .......................................................... 23 7.3. Flamingo, AB400, IMPULS, Sartano, Brennenstuhl switch settings............................ 24 7.4. Energenie 5-gang 429.950 ......................................................................................... 25 7.5. Phenix, IDK YC-4000S switch settings ....................................................................... 26 7.6. HE105 switch settings ................................................................................................ 27 7.7. MDREMOTE .............................................................................................................. 28 8. Blyss commands ............................................................................................................... 28 9. How to find the dx.com RGB LED strip driver ID................................................................ 28 10. Somfy RTS .................................................................................................................... 29 11. Transmit undecoded ARC commands. .......................................................................... 30 12. Known Lighting4 devices ............................................................................................... 31 12.1. Proluxx projection screen........................................................................................ 31 12.2. Kingpin (KP100) projection screen.......................................................................... 31 12.3. Mercury remote control mains sockets.................................................................... 31 12.4. Conrad 034911 sockets .......................................................................................... 31 13. EC Declaration of Conformity......................................................................................... 32 14. Warning: ........................................................................................................................ 33 15. Copyright notice............................................................................................................. 33 16. Revision history ............................................................................................................. 33

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2. RFXtrx general information
The RFXtrx transceivers and RFXrec receivers are communicating over an USB port with the Home Automation application. The RFXtrx/rec is powered by the USB port. At startup the RFXtrx enters for 2 seconds the boot loader (red LED is on) and after this it starts the receive/transmit firmware. If valid (decode-able) packets are received the yellow LED will blink. The RFXtrx315 and the RFXrec433 are mainly for use in the US. The RFXtrx315 can receive US X10 lighting and security sensors or US Visonic PowerCode sensors at 315MHz. The RFXrec433 can receive weather sensors of different brands at 433.92MHz. The RFXtrx433 is a transceiver (transmitter+receiver) and can receive and control a large number of sensors and other devices. The RFXtrx433E is an extended RFXtrx433 transceiver with the possibility to control Somfy RTS. Note: the listed protocols and brands are supported!

2.1. RFXtrx315 supported protocols

2.1.1. RFXtrx315 configured for 310MHz

US X10 lighting US X10 security

Protocol

Enable receive transmit

X10

Y

Y

X10

Y

Y

2.1.2. RFXtrx315 configured for 315MHz

Visonic CodeSecure Visonic PowerCode

Protocol

Enable receive transmit

- planned

-

Visonic Y

Y

2.2. RFXrec433, RFXtrx433, RFXtrx433E supported protocols
2.2.1. By function
Curtains, shades, projection screen, awning, gate openers
A-OK blind motors - http://www.motorisationplus.com/ BOFU blind motors - http://www.bofumotor.com/ Ematronic - http://www.ematronic.com/moteurs-volet-roulant/ Forest blind/curtain motors - http://www.forestgroup.nl/index_nl.html Harrison curtain - http://www.harrison.nl/home2.htm Hasta blind motors - http://www.hasta.se/ Kingpin KP100 projection screen Media Mount Projector screen Proluxx projection screen RAEX blind motor (YR1326 controlled) - http://www.beckermotors.co.uk/ Somfy (RFXtrx433E only) - http://www.somfy.co.uk/ RohrMotor24 RMF blind motors - http://www.rohrmotor24.eu/rohrmotor24 RollerTrol blind motors - http://rollertrol.com/ YOODA blind motors - http://www.sukcesgroup.pl

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Temperature, humidity, weather sensors
Alecto - WS1200 Cresta Digimax Hideki weather sensors Honeywell - TF-ATS34C La Crosse Lexibook - SM883 Maverick ET-732 BBQ/Smoke temperature NEXUS - I008T Opus XT300 /Imagintronix Soil sensor http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wireless-Soil-Moisture-Sensor-
/251380900939?pt=UK_Home_Garden_Garden_Plants_Fertiliser_CV&hash=item3a8778244b
Oregon Scientific / Huger Prego P-8426 http://www.sunmarket.fi/tuote.asp?TID=11990 RFXSensor RUBiCSON - stektermometer 48659, 48695 Sunvic TLX1206 Sunvic TLX7506 TechnoLine/Proficell http://www.elv.de/output/controller.aspx?cid=74&detail=10&detail2=27621 - TX95-TH TFA UPM/Esic (very short receiving range) Viking

Door/window, smoke and other security sensors
Aidebao security Alecto - SA30 smoke detector Atlantic security Chacon KD101 smoke detector Flamingo KD101 smoke detector Meiantech security NEXA KD101 smoke detector Visonic CodeSecure Visonic PowerCode X10 security

ATI Remote Wonder ATI Remote Wonder Plus ATI Remote Wonder II X10 PC Remote

Remotes

Chimes
Byron SX chime - http://www.chbyron.eu/Byron/ByronSXRange/68/89/ Chacon HomeEasy KlikAanKlikUit

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Appliance modules, dimmers, relays, LED controllers
ANSLUT (learning mode) ByeByeStandBy Blyss lighting - http://www.castorama.fr/store/Prise-telecommandee-et-telecommande-BLYSS---Interieur-prod4470026.html Brennenstuhl Chacon - http://www.chacon.be/ CoCo (learning mode) - http://www.coco-technology.com/en/home/ Conrad RSL2 - http://www.conrad.com/ce/en/product/640466/FUNK-STECKDOSENSCHALTER-RSLR2 DI.O - http://www.di-o.be/ DomiaLite Ebode ELRO AB400/AB600 - http://www.elro.eu/en/products/cat/home-automation/home-control1 Energenie ENER010 ­ 429.935, 5-gang 429.950 - https://energenie4u.co.uk/ Everflourish EMW100 Flamingo HomeEasy EU - http://www.elro.eu/en/products/cat/home-automation/ HomeEasy UK (including HE105 relay) - http://www.homeeasy.eu/ Ikea Koppla Impuls - NL - Action Intertechno - http://www.intertechno.at/ Kambrook RF3672 - http://www.bunnings.com.au/kambrook-4-piece-indoor-powerpoint-kit-with-remote-control_p7030054 KlikAanKlikUit - http://www.klikaanklikuit.nl/home/ LightwaveRF - http://www.lightwaverf.co.uk/ Livolo - http://nl.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-livolo-touch-switch.html MDremote LED dimmer - www.ultraleds.co.uk Mercury appliance modules - http://mercury.avsl.com/product?range=ME5124 NEXA - http://www.nexa.se/ Phenix Philips SBC SP370 series Proove - http://proove.se/ RGB LED strip driver dx.com - http://www.dx.com/ order nbr: 130913, 67412 RisingSun Sartano Siemens (UK) Waveman X10 RTS10 / RFS10 X10 lighting Xdom
Power, gas water metering
cent-a-meter Electrisave OWL CM113, CM180, CM119, CM160, CM180, CM180i - http://www.theowl.com/ Revolt NC5461 - http://www.pearl.de/a-NC5462-5452.shtml RFXMeter
Specials
Mertik Maxitrol - Fire Place controllers Oregon Scientific Body weight scales - BWR101, BWR102, GR101 Prego P-8426 ­ sauna temperature sensor http://www.sunmarket.fi/tuote.asp?TID=11990 X10 Ninja/Robocam - camera motor

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2.2.2. Alphabetic list

Important note: Ext firmware will not operate in the RFXtrx433.

Protocol

Type Type

1

2

Ext

Enable protocol

receive transmit

A-OK blind motors
- http://www.motorisationplus.com/
Aidebao security

Y Y - BlindsT1

Y

Y

Y Y Y Meiantech Y

Y

Alecto - SA30 smoke detector

Y Y Y Oregon

Y

Y

Alecto - WS1200

Y Y Y LaCrosse Y

-

ANSLUT (learning mode)

Y Y Y

AC

Y

Y

ATI Remote Wonder

Y- -

ATI

Y

Y

ATI Remote Wonder Plus

Y- -

ATI

Y

Y

ATI Remote Wonder II
(only available in hardware version 1.0)
Atlantic security

Y- -

ATI

Y

-

Y Y Y Meiantech Y

Y

ByeByeStandBy

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

Byron SX chime
- http://www.chbyron.eu/Byron/ByronSXRange/68/89/

Y Y Y ByronSX

Y

Y

Blyss lighting

- http://www.castorama.fr/store/Prise-telecommandee-et-telecommande-

Y

Y

Y

AE

Y

Y

BLYSS---Interieur-prod4470026.html

BOFU blind motors
- http://www.bofumotor.com/

Y Y - BlindsT0 Y*

Y

Brennenstuhl

Y Y Y Lighting4

Y

Y

cent-a-meter

Y Y Y Oregon

Y

-

Chacon (learning mode)
- http://www.chacon.be/
Chacon (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y Y Y Y

AC ARC

Y

Y

Y

Y

Chacon EMW200

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Chacon KD101 smoke detector

Y Y Y always on Y

Y

CoCo (learning mode)
- http://www.coco-technology.com/en/home/
CoCo (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y Y Y Y

AC ARC

Y

Y

Y

Y

Conrad RSL2
- http://www.conrad.com/ce/en/product/640466/FUNKSTECKDOSENSCHALTER-RSLR2
Cresta
- TX-320, TS34C, anemometer, UV sensor, rain sensor
Digimax

YY -

RSL

Y

Y

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

Y Y Y

X10

Y

-

DI.O (learning mode)
- http://www.di-o.be/
DI.O (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y Y Y Y

AC ARC

Y

Y

Y

Y

DomiaLite (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

Ebode

Y Y Y

X10

Y

Y

Electrisave

Y Y Y Oregon

Y

-

ELRO AB400

Y Y Y Lighting4

Y

Y

- http://www.elro.eu/en/products/cat/home-automation/home-control1

ELRO AB600

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

Ematronic
- http://www.ematronic.com/moteurs-volet-roulant/
Energenie
- https://energenie4u.co.uk/ - ENER010 ­ 429.935, 5-gang 429.950
Everflourish EMW100

Y Y - BlindsT1

Y

Y

Y Y Y

-

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

-

Y

Flamingo

Y Y Y Lighting4

Y

Y

Flamingo KD101 smoke detector

Y Y Y always on Y

Y

Forest blind/curtain motors
- http://www.forestgroup.nl/index_nl.html
Harrison curtain
- http://www.harrison.nl/home2.htm
Hasta new blind motors
- http://www.hasta.se/

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Y Y - BlindsT0 Y*

Y

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Hasta old blind motors

Y Y - BlindsT1

Y

Y

Hideki weather sensors

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

HomeEasy EU (learning mode)
- http://www.elro.eu/en/products/cat/home-automation/

Y Y Y HE EU

Y

Y

HomeEasy UK ­ HE105
- http://www.homeeasy.eu/

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

HomeEasy UK (learning mode)

Y Y Y

AC

Y

Y

HomeEasy UK (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

Honeywell
- TF-ATS34C

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

Ikea Koppla

Y- -

-

-

Y

Impuls
- NL - Action

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Intertechno (learning mode)
- http://www.intertechno.at/

Y Y Y

AC

Y

Y

Intertechno (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

Kambrook RF3672 - http://www.bunnings.com.au/kambrook-4-
piece-indoor-powerpoint-kit-with-remote-control_p7030054

- Y-

-

-

Y

Kingpin KP100 projection screen

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

KlikAanKlikUit (learning mode)
- http://www.klikaanklikuit.nl/home/

Y Y Y

AC

Y

Y

KlikAanKlikUit (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

La Crosse
- TX2, TX3, TX3P, TX4, TX7, TX17, WS2300

Y Y Y LaCrosse Y

-

Lexibook
- SM883

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

LightwaveRF
- http://www.lightwaverf.co.uk/

Y Y Y

AD

Y

Y

Livolo
- http://nl.aliexpress.com/w/wholesale-livolo-touch-switch.html

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Maverick ET-732 BBQ/Smoke temperature

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

MDremote LED dimmer
- www.ultraleds.co.uk

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Meiantech security

Y Y Y Meiantech Y

Y

Media Mount Projector screen

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Mercury appliance modules
- http://mercury.avsl.com/product?range=ME5124

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Mertik Maxitrol Fire Place controllers
- G6R-H4T1, G6R-H4T ,G6R-H4TB, G6R-H4T21-Z22

Y Y Y

Mertik

Y

Y

NEXA (learning mode)
- http://www.nexa.se/

Y Y Y

AC

Y

Y

NEXA (with address code wheels)

Y Y Y

ARC

Y

Y

NEXA KD101 smoke detector

Y Y Y always on Y

Y

NEXUS
- I008T

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

Opus XT300 /Imagintronix Soil sensor

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Wireless-Soil-Moisture-Sensor-

Y Y Y LaCrosse Y

-

/251380900939?pt=UK_Home_Garden_Garden_Plants_Fertiliser_CV&h

ash=item3a8778244b

Oregon Scientific / Huger BBQ and weather sensors

- AW129, AW131, BTHR918, BTHR918N, BTHR968, EW109, PCR800,

RGR126, RGR682, RGR918, RGR928, RTGN318, RTGR328N,

RTGR328N, RTGR368N, RTGR383, RTHN318, STR918, STR928,

,TGHN800, TGHN801, THC138, THC238, THC268, THGN122NX,

Y Y Y Oregon

Y

-

THGN123N, THGN132ES, THGN132N, THGN500, THGR122(N/NX),

THGR228(N/NF), THGR238, THGR268, THGR328N, THGR810,

THGR918, THGR928, THGRN228NX, THN122N, THN132N, THR128,

THR138, THR288(N/NF), THRN122N, THWR288A, THWR800, UV138,

UVN128, UVN800, UVR128, WGR800, WGR918, WTGR800, WTGR800

Oregon Scientific weighting scales
- BWR101, BWR102, GR101

Y - Y Oregon

Y

-

OWL
- http://www.theowl.com/ - CM113, CM180, CM119, CM160, CM180, CM180i

Y Y Y Oregon

Y

-

Phenix

Y Y Y Lighting4

Y

Y

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Philips SBC SP370 series

Y - Y

-

-

Y

Prego P-8426 http://www.sunmarket.fi/tuote.asp?TID=11990

Y Y Y

X10

Y

-

Proluxx projection screen

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

Proove

- http://proove.se/

RAEX blind motor (YR1326 controlled)
- http://www.beckermotors.co.uk/

- Y - BlindsT1

Y

Y

Revolt NC5461
- http://www.pearl.de/a-NC5462-5452.shtml

- Y-

RSL

Y

-

RFY
- http://www.somfy.co.uk/

- -Y

-

-

Y

RFXSensor

Y Y Y

X10

Y

-

RFXMeter

Y Y Y

X10

Y

-

RGB LED strip driver dx.com
- http://www.dx.com/ order nbr: 130913, 67412 * = receive only in Type2 used to get the RGB remote ID.

y* Y y*

AD

y*

Y

RisingSun

Y Y Y Lighting4

Y

Y

RUBiCSON
- stektermometer 48659, 48695

Y - - Rubicson Y

-

RohrMotor24 RMF blind motors
- http://www.rohrmotor24.eu/rohrmotor24

YY -

-

-

Y

RollerTrol blind motors
- http://rollertrol.com/

Y Y - BlindsT0 Y*

Y

Sartano

Y Y Y Lighting4

Y

Y

Siemens (UK)

Y Y Y

AD

Y

Y

Sunvic TLX1206

Y Y Y

X10

Y

-

Sunvic TLX7506

Y Y Y

X10

Y

-

TechnoLine/Proficell

http://www.elv.de/output/controller.aspx?cid=74&detail=10&detail2=2762

Y

Y

Y

Hideki

Y

-

1 - TX95-TH

TFA

- TS15C, TS34C,external temperature sensor 30.3133, anemometer

Y Y Y Hideki

Y

-

30.3149, UV sensor, rain sensor 30.3148

UPM/Esic (very short receiving range)
- WT260,WT260H,WT440H,WT450,WT450H,WDS500,RG700

Y- -

Hideki

Y

-

Viking
- 02035, 02038, 02811

Y Y - FineOffset Y

-

Visonic CodeSecure

Y Y Y

-

-

-

Visonic PowerCode

Y Y Y Visonic

Y

Y

Waveman

Y Y Y

-

-

Y

YOODA blind motors
- http://www.sukcesgroup.pl

YY -

-

-

Y

X10 Ninja/Robocam

Y - Y

X10

Y

Y

X10 PC Remote

Y - Y

X10

Y

Y

X10 RTS10 / RFS10

Y Y Y

X10

Y

Y

X10 lighting

Y Y Y

X10

Y

Y

X10 security

Y Y Y

X10

Y

Y

Xdom

Y Y Y

X10

Y

Y

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2.3. undec on
This parameter is for internal use by RFXCOM!!!
If new sensor types are released they will most probably not be decoded by the RFXtrx firmware. For this reason we have added the option to enable receive of undecoded messages. This function is only to enable RFXCOM to add this new sensor type in the firmware if possible. If "undec on" is enabled in normal use the application will receive a lot of undecoded messages mostly as a result of RF noise or disturbed RF packets.
Important: For normal use "undec on" should be disabled

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X10 ARC A C HomeEasy EU Meiantech/Atlantic Oregon 1.0 Oregon 2.1 Oregon 3.0 / OWL ATI Visonic Mertik AD (LWRF) Hideki/UPM La Crosse FS20 ProGuard BlindsT0 BlindsT1/T2/T3 AE (Blyss) Rubicson FineOffset/Viking Lighting4 RS L Byron SX RFU6

2.4. Sensitivity influenced by enabled protocols
The sensitivity of the receiver part is highly influenced by the number of protocols enabled. Lesser protocols enabled will make the receiver more sensitive for the enabled protocols.
There are a few protocols that will reduce or even eliminate receiving of other protocols if enabled. For example: If the AD (LightwaveRF, Siemens) protocol is enabled it can stop receiving of Meiantech / Atlantic, Oregon 3.0,Visonic and Mertik. All other protocols are disabled if BlindsT0 is enabled. ARC is disabled if Lighting4 is enabled.
X10 ARC AC HomeEasy EU Meiantech/Atlantic Oregon ATI Visonic Mertik AD (LWRF) Hideki/UPM La Crosse FS20 ProGuard BlindsT0 BlindsT1/T2/T3 AE (Blyss) Rubicson FineOffset/Viking Lighting4 RSL Byron SX RFU6
Green = enabled by default
2.5. RF range reduction
The RF signals operating distance is reduced when the signal has to pass through walls.

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2.6. Home Automation software
For the list of Home Automation software that supports for the RFXtrx see the web site www.rfxcom.com
2.7. Dimensions
The dimensions of the RFXtrx/RFXrec are: 83.5 x 42 x 15 mm Total height from bottom to antenna top is 122mm
The dimensions of the RFXtrx433E are: 83 x 59 x 22 mm Total height from bottom to antenna top is 130mm

2.8. Electrical
The RFXtrx is powered by the 5 Volt of the USB interface.

Operating current; Receive mode: Transmit mode:

28 mA (0.14Watt) 45 mA

2.9. Environmental conditions

Normal operating: Absolute min-max temperature:

15°C to 35°C -10°C to 55°C

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3. Install the USB driver
The RFXtrx has the FTDI FT232R USB interface chip installed.
The USB drivers are available at http://www.ftdichip.com/Drivers/VCP.htm
4. Run RFXmngr or RFXflash on Linux under Mono
Open a Terminal screen in Linux (Ctrl-Alt-T)
Execute once: Install Mono: [sudo] apt-get install mono-runtime
Install VisualBasic support under Mono: [sudo] apt-get install libmono-microsoft-visualbasic8.0-cil
If the USB device is created as ttyACMx you will need to create a link between /dev/ttyACMx and a serial port /dev/ttySx. This is not necessary if the device is created as /dev/ttyUSBx !! [sudo] ln -sf /dev/ttyACM1 /dev/ttyS3
Note: sudo must be entered without brackets [ ]. sudo is required if not running as super user.
Launch the RFXflash.exe program. [sudo] mono RFXflash.exe
OR
Launch the RFXmngr.exe program. [sudo] mono RFXmngr.exe

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5. RFXmngr test program
The RFXmngr program supports decoding of received data and allows you to transmit commands. After the connection the RFXmngr program transmits a Reset and Get Status command so that it will know the RFXtrx type and configuration settings:

Transmitter protocols are always enabled but receiver protocols can be disabled. This is very useful because the receiver will become more sensitive when protocols not used are disabled. So select only the protocols to be used, click Set mode and click Save Settings.
Note that these settings are lost after a firmware update and need to be set again.

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5.1. Receiver
The RF protocols to be received can be configured on the Main tab at Set Mode. Click Save Settings to save the selected protocols in non-volatile memory of the RFXtrx. This configuration is now restored every time after a power up. Note that these settings are lost after a firmware update and need to be set again.
The received RF data is decoded and displayed in the yellow window.

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5.2. Transmitter
The tabs after the Main tab are used to send commands to the transmitter. For example Lighting1 is used to send X10, ARC and some more. See the SDK which protocols are supported on the different tabs.
The transmitted commands are displayed in the yellow window including the acknowledge send by the RFXtrx, in the example above the 0402010400 = ACK, data correct transmitted.

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6. Flash update of the RFXtrx
6.1. Update firmware in the RFXtrx
Firmware is flashed in the RFXtrx using this procedure: 1. Depending on the RFXtrx type download the latest RFXtrx315_yy.hex, RFXrec433_yy.hex or RFXtrx433_yy.hex firmware file. 2. Connect the RFXtrx to a Windows system or Linux under MONO 3. Stop any program that is connected to the RFXtrx. 4. Start the RFXflash program (version 4.0.0.0 or higher) 5. Select the USB RFXtrx COM port and click the CONNECT button, (the red LED should switch on now) 6. Load the correct .hex firmware file for your RFXtrx, 7. Click the WRITE button, 8. Click the Normal Execution mode button.
IMPORTANT: 1. Do not interrupt the flash procedure when started. 2. It can happen that the flash procedure ends with a pop-up screen indicating errors. Just disconnect the RFXtrx and start again at step 5 until the flash procedure if finished without errors.
If the red LED does not switch on if you click the CONNECT button: 1. Check if you have selected the correct USB COM port. 2. If you have flashed the RFXtrx before and interrupted the flash procedure it is possible that the RFXtrx does not enter the flash state. Contact [email protected] for help.
Note: Receiver Settings are lost after a firmware update and have to be set again.

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6.2. Update firmware in the RFXtrx step by step
· Click the Connect to Device button.
The RFXtrx will automatically switch from normal mode to the bootloader now. · Click the Open HEX file button and load the RFXtrxyyy_xx.hex file
Be sure to load the latest firmware file for the RFXtrx. yyy indicates the RFXtrx frequency, so load the RFXtrx433 for an RFXtrx433! xx indicates the firmware version.

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· Click the Write device button and the RFXtrx is flashed.

· Click on the Normal Execution Mode button to set the RFXtrx to running mode.

Note: Receiver Settings are lost after a firmware update and have to be set again.

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7. RFXtrx433 special device codes

7.1. Remote commands

7.1.1. X10 RF Remote

Dec Hex

2

02

18 12

34 22

56 38

58 3A

64 40

66 42

82 52

96 60

98 62

99 63

100 64

Button 0 8 4 Rewind Info CHAN+ 2 Ent VOL+ 6 Stop Pause

112 70 113 71 114 72 115 73 116 74 117 75 118 76 119 77 120 78 121 79 123 7B 124 7C 125 7D

Cursor-left Cursor-right Cursor-up Cursor-down Cursor-up-left Cursor-up-right Cursor-down-right Cursor-down-left left mouse left mouse-End Drag right mouse right mouse-End

130 82 146 92 160 A0 162 A2 176 B0 182 B6 184 B8 186 BA 192 C0 194 C2 201 C9 209 D1 210 D2 211 D3 212 D4 213 D5 214 D6 215 D7 216 D8 217 D9 224 E0 226 E2 242 F2 255 FF

1 9 MUTE 5 Play Menu Fast Forward A+B CHAN3 Exit MP3 DVD CD PC / Shift-4 Shift-5 Shift-Ent Shift-Teletext Text Shift-Text VOL7 Teletext Record

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7.1.2. ATI Remote Wonder

Dec Hex

0

00

1

01

2

02

3

03

4

04

5

05

6

06

7

07

8

08

9

09

10 0A

11 0B

12 0C

13 0D

14 0E

15 0F

16 10

17 11

18 12

19 13

20 14

21 15

22 16

23 17

24 18

25 19

26 1A

27 1B

28 1C

29 1D

30 1E

31 1F

32 20

33 21

34 22

35 23

36 24

37 25

38 26

39 27

40 28

41 29

44 2C 45 2D 46 2E 47 2F 48 30 49 31 50 32 51 33 52 34 53 35

Button A B power TV DVD ? Guide Drag VOL+ VOLMUTE CHAN+ CHAN1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 txt 0 snapshot ESC C ^ D TV/RADIO < OK > <E v F Rewind Play Fast forward Record Stop Pause
TV VCR RADIO TV Preview Channel list Video Desktop red green yellow blue

54 36 55 37 56 38 57 39 58 3A 112 70 113 71 114 72 115 73 116 74 117 75 118 76 119 77 120 78 121 79 124 7C 125 7D

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7.1.3. ATI Remote Wonder Plus

Dec Hex

0

00

1

01

2

02

3

03

4

04

5

05

6

06

7

07

8

08

9

09

10 0A

11 0B

12 0C

13 0D

14 0E

15 0F

16 10

17 11

18 12

19 13

20 14

21 15

22 16

23 17

24 18

25 19

26 1A

27 1B

28 1C

29 1D

30 1E

31 1F

32 20

33 21

34 22

Button A B power TV DVD ? Guide Drag VOL+ VOLMUTE CHAN+ CHAN1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 txt 0 Open Setup Menu C ^ D FM < OK > Max/Restore Window E v

35 23 36 24 37 25 38 26 39 27 40 28 41 29 42 2A 43 2B 44 2C 45 2D 46 2E 47 2F 48 30 49 31 50 32 51 33 52 34 53 35 54 36 55 37 56 38 57 39 58 3A 112 70 113 71 114 72 115 73 116 74 117 75 118 76 119 77 120 78 121 79 124 7C 125 7D

F Rewind Play Fast forward Record Stop Pause TV2 Clock TV VCR RADIO TV Preview Channel list Video Desktop red green yellow blue rename TAB Acquire image edit image Full screen DVD Audio Cursor-left Cursor-right Cursor-up Cursor-down Cursor-up-left Cursor-up-right Cursor-down-right Cursor-down-left Left Mouse Button V-End Right Mouse Button X-End

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7.1.4. Medion Remote

Dec Hex

0

00

1

01

2

02

3

03

4

04

5

05

6

06

7

07

8

08

9

09

10 0A

11 0B

12 0C

13 0D

14 0E

15 0F

16 10

17 11

18 12

19 13

20 14

21 15

22 16

23 17

24 18

25 19

26 1A

27 1B

28 1C

29 1D

30 1E

31 1F

32 20

33 21

34 22

35 23

36 24

37 25

38 26

39 27

40 28

41 29

44 2C 45 2D 46 2E 47 2F 48 30 49 31 50 32 51 33 52 34 53 35

Button Mute B power TV DVD Photo Music Drag VOLVOL+ MUTE CHAN+ CHAN1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 txt 0 snapshot ESC DVD MENU ^ Setup TV/RADIO < OK > <E v F Rewind Play Fast forward Record Stop Pause
TV VCR RADIO TV Preview Channel list Video Desktop red green yellow blue

54 36 55 37 56 38 57 39 58 3A 112 70 113 71 114 72 115 73 116 74 117 75 118 76 119 77 120 78 121 79 124 7C 125 7D

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7.2. Harrison address conversion to switch settings
The address used is converted to the address selected in the Harrison curtain motor using the table below.

switch 1 2 3 4 H H H H
A 0110 B 0111 C 0100 D 0101 E 1000 F 1001 G 1010 H 1011 I 1110 J 1111 K 1100 L 1101 M 0000 N 0001 O 0010 P 0011

5 6 7 8 X X X X 1 0000 2 0001 3 0010 4 0011 5 0100 6 0101 7 0110 8 0111 9 1000 10 1 0 0 1 11 1 0 1 0 12 1 0 1 1 13 1 1 0 0 14 1 1 0 1 15 1 1 1 0 16 1 1 1 1

H H H H = House code X X X X = device code

Switch position in the motor: Up = 1 Middle = not used!!!! Down = 0

Examples: If you assign the address E7 (1000 0110) to the curtain motor then set the switches to: 1=up, 2=down, 3=down, 4=down, 5=down, 6=up, 7=up, 8=down

If you assign the address A2 (0110 0001) to the curtain motor then set the switches to: 1=down, 2=up, 3=up, 4=down, 5=down, 6=down, 7=down, 8=up

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7.3. Flamingo, AB400, IMPULS, Sartano, Brennenstuhl switch settings
Use type ELRO AB400D Note that the HC (House Code A-P) is the house code used in programs and has no direct relation with the A,B,C,D,E buttons on the remotes!

1 2 3 4 HC========== A 0000 B 0001 C 0010 D 0011 E 0100 F 0101 G 0110 H 0111 I 1000 J 1001 K 1010 L 1011 M 1100 N 1101 O 1110 P 1111

<== switches

5 A B C D E

5 A B C D E <== switches

5 6 7 8 9 10

5 6 7 8 9 10 <== OR switches

DC==================DC=============

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 0 0 0 0 0 1

2 0 0 0 1 0 0 34 0 0 0 1 0 1

3 0 0 1 0 0 0 35 0 0 1 0 0 1

4 0 0 1 1 0 0 36 0 0 1 1 0 1

5 0 1 0 0 0 0 37 0 1 0 0 0 1

6 0 1 0 1 0 0 38 0 1 0 1 0 1

7 0 1 1 0 0 0 39 0 1 1 0 0 1

8 0 1 1 1 0 0 40 0 1 1 1 0 1

9 1 0 0 0 0 0 41 1 0 0 0 0 1

10 1 0 0 1 0 0 42 1 0 0 1 0 1

11 1 0 1 0 0 0 43 1 0 1 0 0 1

12 1 0 1 1 0 0 44 1 0 1 1 0 1

13 1 1 0 0 0 0 45 1 1 0 0 0 1

14 1 1 0 1 0 0 46 1 1 0 1 0 1

15 1 1 1 0 0 0 47 1 1 1 0 0 1

16 1 1 1 1 0 0 48 1 1 1 1 0 1

17 0 0 0 0 1 0 49 0 0 0 0 1 1

18 0 0 0 1 1 0 50 0 0 0 1 1 1

19 0 0 1 0 1 0 51 0 0 1 0 1 1

20 0 0 1 1 1 0 52 0 0 1 1 1 1

21 0 1 0 0 1 0 53 0 1 0 0 1 1

22 0 1 0 1 1 0 54 0 1 0 1 1 1

23 0 1 1 0 1 0 55 0 1 1 0 1 1

24 0 1 1 1 1 0 56 0 1 1 1 1 1

25 1 0 0 0 1 0 57 1 0 0 0 1 1

26 1 0 0 1 1 0 58 1 0 0 1 1 1

27 1 0 1 0 1 0 59 1 0 1 0 1 1

28 1 0 1 1 1 0 60 1 0 1 1 1 1

29 1 1 0 0 1 0 61 1 1 0 0 1 1

30 1 1 0 1 1 0 62 1 1 0 1 1 1

31 1 1 1 0 1 0 63 1 1 1 0 1 1

32 1 1 1 1 1 0 64 1 1 1 1 1 1

Examples:

A1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

A15 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0

N2

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0

N11 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

0 = switch off 1 = switch on

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7.4. Energenie 5-gang 429.950

To know the codes to use open the remote and check the 1 to 5 jumpers connected. If a jumper connection is open it is a 1. If connected it is a 0 (zero)

1 2 3 4 HC========= A 0000 B 0001 C 0010 D 0011 E 0100 F 0101 G 0110 H 0111 I 1000 J 1001 K 1010 L 1011 M 1100 N 1101 O 1110 P 1111

jumper setting in the remote

If jumper 5 is open (1) than add 5 to the remote code.

Examples: Jumper 1 2 3 4 5 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

Button Code

1

I1

1

I6

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7.5. Phenix, IDK YC-4000S switch settings
Use type ELRO AB400D Note that the HC (House Code A-P) is the house code used in programs and has no direct relation with the A,B,C,D,E buttons on the remotes!
HC switch 1 2 3 4
============ A 0000 B 0001 C 0010 D 0011 E 0100 F 0101 G 0110 H 0111 I 1000 J 1001 K 1010 L 1011 M 1100 N 1101 O 1110 P 1111
DC switch 5 A B C D
============== 1 00000 2 00010 3 00100 4 00110 5 01000 6 01010 7 01100 8 01110 9 10000 10 1 0 0 1 0 11 1 0 1 0 0 12 1 0 1 1 0 13 1 1 0 0 0 14 1 1 0 1 0 15 1 1 1 0 0 16 1 1 1 1 0 17 0 0 0 0 1 18 0 0 0 1 1 19 0 0 1 0 1 20 0 0 1 1 1 21 0 1 0 0 1 22 0 1 0 1 1 23 0 1 1 0 1 24 0 1 1 1 1 25 1 0 0 0 1 26 1 0 0 1 1 27 1 0 1 0 1 28 1 0 1 1 1 29 1 1 0 0 1 30 1 1 0 1 1 31 1 1 1 0 1 32 1 1 1 1 1

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7.6. HE105 switch settings

Unitnr
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31

HE105 switches 1 2 3 4 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 1 1

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7.7. MDREMOTE
This MDREMOTE has been tested. http://www.ultraleds.co.uk/mini-dimmer-with-rf-remote-control-12-or-24v-dc-12a-maximum.html
The RFXtrx433 can only transmit MDREMOTE commands.
Procedure to find the ID of the MDREMOTE: In RFXmngr enable the X10 protocol and enable "Undec on" Press a button on the MDREMOTE remote. The undecoded message contains the ID in the 2nd and 3rd byte, for example: -----------------------------------------------08030C0220AF6801D1 Packettype = UNDECODED RF Message UNDECODED NEC:20AF6801D1
The 2 bytes after 20 is the MDREMOTE ID, in this example AF 68

8. Blyss commands
Some Blyss devices, like the Blyss motors, require a special command sequence number. To simplify it; 0,1,2,3,4,0,1,... This sequence number is normally created by the Blyss remote but now also by the RFXtrx433.
If you use a Blyss remote and the application (Domoticz, DomotiGa, Homeseer...) does not sync with the received Blyss command you will see that you need to send multiple commands with the RFXtrx433 before the Blyss device will respond. For example, The Blyss remote transmits with the sequence numbers 0,1,2 If the RFXtrx433 transmits now with sequence number 0 it will not be seen by the Blyss device as a valid command and at the time the RFXtrx433 transmits the commands 1,2,3 the command will be detected as valid when it receives the command with sequence number 3.
The same is true for the remote. If you transmit commands with the RFXtrx433 and after that with a Blyss remote you need to transmit several commands with the remote before the Blyss device responds.
I guess the same behaviour will show if you use multiple Blyss remotes.

9. How to find the dx.com RGB LED strip driver ID

Flash the RFXtrx433 with Type2 firmware to be able to receive the remote ID in RFXmngr.

In RFXmngr enable only the LightwaveRF (AD) protocol.

------------------------------------------------

0A140605FCC48B00010081

Packettype = Lighting5

subtype

= RGB TRC02

Sequence nbr = 5

ID

= FCC48B

Command

= On

Signal level = 8

If necessary flash the RFXtrx433 back to Type1 if Type2 does not support devices you need. (See chapter 2.2)

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10. Somfy RTS
Somfy RTS* devices can only be controlled by the RFXtrx433E. (not with the RFXtrx433) The RFXtrx433E version is an RFXtrx433 with additional hardware to enable the RFY protocol used to control Somfy RTS.
To pair the Somfy RTS device: · Select a unique ID and unitcode for the RFXCOM RFY device. · Disconnect power from all Somfy RTS devices except the device to pair. · Press the Program button > 2 seconds on the original Somfy remote until the Somfy device
responds. · Transmit a Program command with the RFXtrx433E. The Somfy RTS device should respond
indicating the pair command was successful.
The RFXCOM remote is registered in the RFXtrx433E by sending a Program command. Up to 16 RFXCOM remotes can be registered in the RFXtrx433E. Remotes can be erased from the RFXtrx433E using the RFXmngr program.
The Somfy RTS device can be controlled by any application as long as the same ID and Unit Code are used. For example if the RTS device is paired using RFXmngr with ID=1 02 03 and Unit Code 1, the RTS device can be controlled with Homeseer using the same ID and unit code.
* Somfy RTS are registered trademarks of Somfy System, Inc.

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11. Transmit undecoded ARC commands.
Plug-in modules or other equipment with a PT2262 can be controlled using Lighting4. There are a lot of brands using the PT2262 and some of them use the same timing (350) as used by the ARC devices but a different protocol definition.
Messages will be received as undecoded ARC messages if the protocol definition does not match the definition of the ARC protocol. Remote commands are received as ARC commands with a wrong house and device code and/or command code or as undecoded ARC messages if "undec on" is enabled. Decoding of these remotes is therefore not possible because they overlap the ARC protocol partly. But transmitting these commands is possible using the Lighting4 command.
So if we receive this command UNDECODED ARC:18014403: (18 is not used)
hex to binary table 0=0 0 0 0 1=0 0 0 1 2=0 0 1 0 3=0 0 1 1 4=0 1 0 0 5=0 1 0 1 6=0 1 1 0 7=0 1 1 1 8=1 0 0 0 9=1 0 0 1 A=1 0 1 0 B=1 0 1 1 C=1 1 0 0 D=1 1 0 1 E=1 1 1 0 F=1 1 1 1
0 1 4 4 0 3 = selection box 0000 0001 0100 0100 0000 0011 Not selected = 0, box selected = 1
And the Lighting4 command contains the same "undec code" 01 44 03: Lighting4 command:09 13 00 04 01 44 03 01 5E 00 pulse timing is 350 = hex 015E
Another example: For this command UNDECODED ARC:18014430 set on the Lighting4 tab in RFXmngr selection box 1 to 24 to 0 1 4 4 3 0 = 0000 0001 0100 0100 0011 0000

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12. Known Lighting4 devices

12.1. Proluxx projection screen
Use Lighting4 with a pulse timing of 360

UP STOP DOWN RESET

1110 1101 0101 1001 0101 0010 1110 1101 0101 1001 0101 1000 1110 1101 0101 1001 0101 0100 1110 1101 0101 1001 0101 0001

ED 5A 52 ED 5A 58 ED 5A 54 ED 5A 51

12.2. Kingpin (KP100) projection screen
Use Lighting4 with a pulse timing of 1040

UP STOP DOWN PROGRAM

1110 0001 0100 0010 0010 0010 1110 0001 0100 0010 0010 0100 1110 0001 0100 0010 0010 1000 1110 0001 0100 0010 0010 0001

E1 42 22 E1 42 24 E1 42 28 E1 42 21

12.3. Mercury remote control mains sockets
http://mercury.avsl.com/product?range=ME5124 Use Lighting4 with a pulse timing of 188
1 OFF 01000100010101010011 1100 1 ON 01000100010101010011 0011
2 OFF 01000100010101011100 1100 2 ON 01000100010101011100 0011
3 OFF 01000100010101110000 1100 3 ON 01000100010101110000 0011
4 OFF 01000100010111010000 1100 4 ON 01000100010111010000 0011
5 OFF 01000100011101010000 1100 5 ON 01000100011101010000 0011

12.4. Conrad 034911 sockets
http://www.conrad.nl/ce/nl/product/034911/Draadloze-schakelaarset-5-delig Use Lighting4 with a pulse timing of 425

Off = last 2 digits: 00 ON = last 2 digits: 01

Group I II III IV

Unit 1 OFF 1 OFF 1 OFF 1 OFF

00 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00 01 00 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00 01 01 00 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 00 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00

I

1 OFF 00 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00

I

2 OFF 00 01 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 00

I

3 OFF 00 01 01 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 00

I

4 OFF 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 00

I

1 OFF 00 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 00

I

1 ON 00 01 01 01 00 01 01 01 01 01 01 01

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13. EC Declaration of Conformity
EC Declaration of Conformity

RFXCOM declares that the product:

RFXtrx

Brand: RFXCOM Type: RFXtrx433

conforms with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the following directives and complies with the following standards applied:

R&TTE Directive 99/5/EC

EN 300 220-1 V2.3.1 (2010-02) EN 300 220-2 V2.3.1 (2010-02)

Low-voltage Directive 2006/95/EC IEC 60950-1 (2005-12)

EMC Directive 2004/108/EC

EN 301 489-1 V1.9.2 (2011-09) EN 301 489-3 V1.4.1 (2002-08)

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14. Warning:
RF signals are possible disturbed and it has not been justified for this equipment at uses in circumstances where life-threatening or dangerous situations are possible.

15. Copyright notice
It is forbidden to use any RFXCOM device, software or protocol as part of an exclusive or patented product without the express prior written permission of RFXCOM. All materials contained in this document are protected by copyright laws, and may not be reproduced, republished, distributed, transmitted, displayed, broadcast or otherwise exploited in any manner without the express prior written permission of RFXCOM.

16. Revision history
Version 0.0 ­ August 18, 2011 Initial version.
Version 1.0 ­ October 30, 2011 RFXflash under Mono added.
Version 2.0 ­ December 30, 2011 Updated for the production version with FTDI USB chip
Version 2.1 ­ January 18, 2012 Link for ACM to serial port added in Linux instruction. EC Declaration of Conformity added
Version 2.2 ­ February 8, 2012 Protocols overview added Screen dumps updated
Version 2.3 ­ February 16, 2012 Novatys planned
Version 2.4 ­ February 25, 2012 General information updated
Version 2.5 ­ March 1, 2012 Chapter added how to run RFXmngr or RFXflash on Linux.
Version 2.6 ­ March 14, 2012 Code tables added Cresta, UPM added
Version 2.7 ­ March 15, 2012 Flash procedure updated
Version 2.8 ­ March 31, 2012 Phenix table added
Version 2.9 ­ March 31, 2012 AB400 and Phenix address extended
Version 2.10 ­ April 16, 2012 Linux USB - tty configuration updated
Version 2.11 ­ May 14, 2012 List of supported protocols updated.
Version 2.12 ­ June 8, 2012 Chapter added how to run RFXmngr or RFXflash on Mac OS
Version 2.13 ­ July 15, 2012 List of supported protocols updated
Version 2.14 ­ August 4, 2012 List of enabled protocols influence added RFXtrx315 added
Version 2.15 ­ August 18, 2012 Enabled protocols table changed
Version 2.16 ­ August 26, 2012 Rubicson stektermometer added ATI Remote Wonder II added
Version 2.17 ­ August 28, 2012

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Table "sensitivity influenced" updated Version 2.18 ­ September 18, 2012
Chapter 2.3 updated: BlindsT0 disables all other protocols Version 2.19 ­ September 25, 2012
RFXFlash version required changed to 4.0.0.0 Version 2.20 ­ September 28, 2012
RF range reduction guide added Version 2.21 ­ October 18, 2012
BlindsT2 and BlindsT3 added Version 2.22 ­ October 24, 2012
Sartano added Version 2.23 ­ October 31, 2012
Sensitivity table updated Version 2.24 ­ November 7, 2012
Protocol table extended with the protocols to enable for receive Version 2.25 ­ November 14, 2012
HE105 switch settings added Version 2.26 ­ November 28, 2012
undec on explained Version 2.27 ­ December 4, 2012
Use of Lighting4 commands for undec ARC Brennenstuhl added Version 2.28 ­ December 18, 2012 Receiver tab removed from RFXmngr Version 2.29 ­ December 27, 2012 Lighting4 receive added Version 2.30 ­ January 1, 2013 Raex motor added Version 3.00 ­ January 4, 2013 RFXtrx433 Type1/Type2 firmware added Version 3.01 ­ February 4, 2013 Supported protocols list updated Version 4.00 ­ February 21, 2013 Chapter 8 - Lighting4 screen updated for RFXmngr 11.0.0.0 Known Lighting4 chapter added Version 4.01 ­ March 13, 2013 Receive of LaCrosse sometimes influenced by enabled Hideki Version 4.02 ­ June 8, 2013 MDREMOTE LED dimmer added Conrad RSL2 added Energenie added Version 4.03 ­ September 27, 2013 How to find the MDREMOTE ID (chapter 7.6) WS1200 added Byron SX Chime added Version 4.04 ­ November 15, 2013 Maverick ET-732 added Alecto SA30 added Oregon EW109 added Revolt added Version 4.05 ­ December 5, 2013 Blyss command explanation added. Lighting4 - Mercury added Lighting5 ­ dx.com RGB LED controller added Version 4.06 ­ December 27, 2013 Chapter 2.2 updated Version 4.07 ­ February 10, 2014 Chapter 7.8 added: how to find the dx.com RGB LED strip driver ID

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Version 4.08 ­ March 20, 2014 ARC and Oregon3.0 updated in table 2.4. Energenie 5-gang 429.950 added
Version 4.09 ­ April 4, 2014 BlindsT6 - DC106, YOODA, Röhrmotor24 RMF added
Version 4.10 ­ April 7, 2014 BlindsT7 - Forest added
Version 4.11 ­ April 28, 2014 RGB LED ­ clarified AD is LightwaveRF
Version 4.12 ­ May 21, 2014 Kambrook RF3672 added RFY protocol added Somfy programming instructions added Supported protocol list RFXtrx433 updated. Protocol list by function added
Version 4.13 ­ May 31, 2014 Opus TX300/Imagintronix Soil sensor added
Version 4.14 ­ June 18, 2014 Prega sensor added Conrad 34911 Lighting4 coding added

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