RFLINK
FREE - Easy to use - More protocols than any other solution - Multiple frequencies - Multiple home automation platforms

Progress report

20 January 2017

We will soon release a new firmware version with various fixes and changes...

If you have mailed for support then note that due to the large amount of mails we are a bit behind on answering mails.
We will not forget you and do the best we can to send you a quick reply.

Stay tuned..


New RFLink firmware (R45) now available!

07 December 2016

Firmware release 45 adds support for many new devices and contains various improvements and extensions.

The new firmware is now available on the Firmware download page.
There you can also find the change log to see what is new and what has changed in this firmware release.
If you use Jeedom or IOBroker, firmware updates can be done through the program itself.
For other home automation software we are working on similar solutions, until then you need to do the update manually.

RFlink is the most user friendly, cheapest, modular and flexible RF Gateway on the globe!


New RFLink firmware (R44) now available!

26 October 2016

Brand new RFLink Gateway firmware adds support for Ikea Ansluta, Philips Living Colors Gen1, MySensors devices and has "Mini" GPIO.
For Ansluta or Living Colors you will need a CC2500 module. Details on how to connect these modules are on the Wiring details page.
Check out the FAQ for more information.

The new firmware is now available on the Firmware download page.
There you can also find the change log to see what is new and what has changed in this firmware release.
If you use Jeedom, firmware updates can be done through Jeedom itself.
For other home automation software we are working on similar solutions, until then you need to do the update manually.

433Mhz, 868Mhz, 2.4 Ghz, MiLight, MySensors, Ikea Ansluta, Philips Living Colors, GPIO and much more..
RFlink is the most friendly, cheapest, modular and flexible RF Gateway on the globe!


Latest News:
Development progress update

05 October 2016

Good news from the lab guys..!
Philips Living Colors Generation-1 remote control commands can be received and lamps can be controlled with RFlink when a CC2500 transceiver is connected.
Also the Ikea Ansluta (YH-KZQ-FS) remote control commands can be received and lamps can be controlled!
RFLink is the most flexible and only true RF Gateway solution!
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Besides that we are still investigating the protocol of the new MiLight RGBWW devices and solved some parts of the puzzle.
Further more we are also looking at integrating support for CC1101 modules to control Itho ventilation units and other protocols that use 868 mhz FSK and we are looking at integrating the NRF905 - 868 transceivers.
RFlink also will get support for I/O pins so that devices connected to I/O can be controlled and their status can be seen.

Besides the above, we continue to work on new/unsupported 433mhz devices and check some reported issues

If you have any hardware (remotes/sensors/transceiver modules etc) that you want to donate to the project feel free to email to frankzirrone@gmail.com

WANTED:
We are looking for people who can help with integrating RFLink into Home Automation software programs.
Contact us if you are interested!


New RFLink firmware (R43) now available!

23 September 2016

A new firmware version has been released. It is available on the Firmware download page.
There you can also find the change log to see what is new and what has changed in this firmware release.
If you use Jeedom, firmware updates can be done through Jeedom itself.
For other home automation software we are working on similar solutions, until then you need to do the update manually.

Release 43 includes a long list of changes and additions but unfortunately some things were not ready for the release. Because we did not want to delay the release any further some new features and changes have been moved to the next release which will be made available soon.


Development progress update

23 June 2016

Right now we are looking at integrating support for CC2500 RF modules to support Ikea Ansluta and first generation Philips Living Colors lamps.
Besides that we are investigating the protocol of the new MiLight RGBWW devices. Furthermore we are working on MySensors device capture integration.

We are also working on improving the MiLight implementation.
Right now it works more or less okay in both receiving and transmitting of signals when it comes to the implementation of at least 2 RGBW remotes.
These 2 remotes already have small differences in their signals and it appears that there is another branch of remotes that has some issue with the behaviour of how zones are controlled.
If you have this issue or are experiencing any other issue with MiLight and want to help, you can check the development page and make a debug log of the buttons of your remote control.

Besides log data from new/unsupported 433mhz devices, there are also several small issues reported.
Some can be implemented/fixed quickly, others take more time to analyse. Obviously we continue to work on this.

If you have any hardware (remotes/sensors etc) that you want to donate to the project feel free to email to frankzirrone@gmail.com


RFLink now fully supports MiLight bulbs, remotes and bridges

09 June 2016

The most flexible RF Gateway now got even more flexible. By adding a NRF24L01 to your RFLink Gateway you can now control any MiLight bulb and capture the signals from MiLight remote controls and wifi bridges. RFlink makes it possible to control up to 262140 unique devices.
Check the wiring page for the exact details on how to add the NRF24L01 to your RFLink setup.
Also make sure you are using the latest RFLink firmware!


New RFLink firmware (R42) now available

09 June 2016

A new firmware version has been released. It is available on the Firmware download page.
There you can also find the change log to see what is new and what has changed in this firmware release.
If you use Jeedom, firmware updates can be done through Jeedom itself.
For other home automation software we are working on similar solutions, until then you need to do the update manually.


Support the project:

The RFLink Firmware development is a freeware project. This means you should not pay for the firmware.
We are not linked to any shops and do not have unlimited resources to buy sensors and devices.
You can support the project by sending in debug data for new sensors, send hardware or
make a donation so we can buy sensors you would like to see supported.