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Hardware
Hardware.................................................................................................................................................. 1
Introduction........................................................................................................................................... 1
Disabled............................................................................................................................................... 1
433.92 MHz.......................................................................................................................................... 1
Lirc Kernel Module...........................................................................................................................1
Direct GPIO Access......................................................................................................................... 1
pilight USB Nano.............................................................................................................................. 2
Introduction
Since pilight 3.0 the feature to send and receive from multiple hardware modules has been introduced. This
means you can control various different frequencies at the same time. However, only one module per
frequency is supported. Each hardware module has its own syntax as listed below.
Disabled
1 "hardware": {
2 "none": { }
3 }
433.92 MHz
Lirc Kernel Module
1 "hardware": {
2 "433lirc": {
3 "socket": "/dev/lirc0"
4 }
5 }
Direct GPIO Access
1 "hardware": {
2 "433gpio": {
3 "sender": 0,
4 "receiver": 1
5 }
6 }
The default configuration to be used with the pilight PCB. When using custom wiring, refer to
http://www.wiringx.org for the pin numbering of the various supported devices. If you want to disable the
sender or receiver pin, set it to -1.
pilight USB Nano
1 "hardware": {
2 "433nano": {
3 "comport": "/dev/ttyUSB0"
4 }
5 }
The comport value needs to correspond to a valid COM device on your platform. On Windows this value is
generally formatted as COM1, on Linux as /dev/ttyUSB0, and on FreeBSD /dev/cuau0.
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