EV1527 ContactΒΆ

Feature Support
Sending no
Receiving yes
Config yes

Supported Brands

Brand Protocol
EV1527 ev1527

Sender Arguments

None

Config

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{
  "devices": {
    "contact": {
      "protocol": [ "ev1527" ],
      "id": [{
        "unitcode": 0
      }],
      "state": "closed"
     }
  }
}
Option Value
id 0 - 31
code 0 - 31
state opened / closed

Optional Settings

None

Protocol

This protocol sends 50 pulses like this

253 759 759 253 759 253 253 759 253 759 253 759 253 759 253 759 253 759 759 253 253 759 253 759 759 253 759 253 759 253 253 759 253 759 759 253 253 759 759 253 253 759 253 759 759 253 253 8602

It has no header and the last 2 pulses are the footer. These are meant to identify the pulses as genuine, and the protocol also has some bit checks to filter false positives. We don’t use them for further processing. The next step is to transform this output into 12 groups of 4 pulses (and thereby dropping the footer pulses).

The first six pulses are the address bits, followed by upto another 6 Address/Data Bits. Address Bits can have three states: 0, 1, F (tri-state). Data Bits have only two states: 0 or 1.

253 759
759 253
759 253
253 759
253 759
253 759
253 759
253 759
253 759
759 253
253 759
253 759
759 253
759 253
759 253
253 759
253 759
759 253
253 759
759 253
253 759
253 759
759 253

If we now take a careful look at these groups you can distinguish three types of groups:

  1. 253 759
  2. 759 253

So the first group is defined by a high second pulse, the second group has a low second pulse. We then get the following output:

10001111110110001101 0110

Each (group) of numbers has a specific meaning:

  • UnitCode: 0 till 20
  • State: 20

Bits 21-24 are not used.

10001111110110001101 0
  • The UnitCode is defined as a binary number
  • The State defines whether a sensor state is opened or closed

So this code represents:

  • UnitCode: 589197
  • State: opened