homebridge-rcswitch - Integrate your 433 remote switches into homebridge

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You can add as many switches as you like. You will need to pass the name, systemcode and unitcode. This plugin assumes that you connect the 433Mhz transmitter to GPIO0, this can be changed via the pin propertie.

https://github.com/FWeinb/homebridge-rcswitch

Dependencies:

rcswitch : ^0.2.3

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