homebridge-rm-mini3 - Broadlink RM mini3 plugin for Homebridge

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This allows you to control your RM mini3 with HomeKit and Siri. Capture the HEX IR codes using 3rd party app such as Wireshark.

https://github.com/tattn/homebridge-rm-mini3

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