SecudoΒΆ

New in version 8.0.

Feature Support
Sending no
Receiving yes
Config yes

Supported Brands

Brand Protocol
Secudo secudo
FlammEx secudo

Sender Arguments

None

Config

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{
  "devices": {
    "alarm": {
      "protocol": [ "secudo" ],
      "id": [{
        "id": 493
      }],
      "state": "alarm"
    }
  }
}
Option Value
id 0 - 1023
state alarm

Optional Settings

None

Protocol

This protocol sends 26 pulses like this:

314 314 628 628 314 314 628 314 628 628 314 314 628 314 628 314 628 314 628 628 314 628 314 314 628 10676

The first pulse is the header and the last pulse is the footer. These are meant to identify the pulses as genuine. We don’t use them for further processing. The next step is to transform the remaining pulses into 12 groups of two pulses (and thereby dropping the header and footer pulses):

314 628
628 314
314 628
314 628
628 314
314 628
314 628
314 628
314 628
628 314
628 314
314 628

If we now look carefully at these groups you can distinguish two types of groups:

  1. 314 628
  2. 628 314

So the first group is defined by a high 2nd and the second group by a high 1st pulse. So we take either of these two pulses to define a 0 or a 1. In this case we say a high 2nd pulse means a 1 and a low 2nd pulse means a 0. We then get the following output:

101101111001

The first 10 bits correspond to the setting of the ten dip switches inside the smoke sensor. If a dip switch is ON, this corresponds to 1 and 0 otherwise. The meaning of the two last bits is unknown. When reversing the first 10 bits because the first bits are least signifant we get the smoke sensors ID as binary number

0111101101

which is 493 as decimal number. This means that the 2nd, 5th and 10th dip switch is OFF and all others are ON.