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Part 2 – Configure the Arduino with the RF Transmission Sketch for your Energenie Power Strip

Continuing on from the previous post where we collect all the RF codes for my Energenie Power Strip we will disassemble the receive circuit and build one for RF transmission.

Connect up your circuit like the below diagram


Here is a photo of mine once completed


My sketch below is a modified version of the “Examples > RCSwitch > SendDemo” Sketch included with the library. Basically the Arduino listens on the Serial port for a byte and if one is found it will check for a matching if statement and actions that code block. Each if statement has been configured for one of the ten possible codes captured earlier and also set to send back a confirmation of which code block was ran, the…

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