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Energenie’s range of energy saving devices are designed to help you save money and do your bit for the environment by enabling smart wireless control of electrical products such as wall sockets and lighting with the Raspberry Pi! Their range of Raspberry Pi add-on boards allows you to control and automate lighting, electrical and heating products and program your own home automation solution!
This is a bundle of the Energenie Two Way Pi-Mote and a 4-way RF controllable extension lead. With the simple Python script available to download on this page you can control each socket indivdually or all together with your Raspberry Pi. This is perfect for controlling sockets in hard to reach places, with a range of up to 25m!
Energenie's Two Way Pi-mote Control board can be used to control and monitor devices requiring 433 MHz ISIM band directly from a Raspberry Pi. Energenie's Two Way Pi-mote Control board is equipped with a radio transceiver PCB which incorporates a radio receiver and a transmitter. All major RF communication parameters are programmable and most of them can be dynamically set. The module is fitted with a Multi-band transmitter module capable of FSK, GFSK, MSK, GMSK and OOK modulation, offering the unique advantage of programmable narrow-band and wideband communication modes. The board is fully optimized for low power consumption while offering high RF output power and channelized operation.
Energenie's Two Way Pi-mote Control board enables control of Energenie plug sockets from a Raspberry Pi! Whether you are a Pi newcomer, hacker, or Python sage, you will be able to control your electrical sockets within a range of up to 30 metres, through doors, walls and ceilings. This product is the RF control board only, and does not include any plug sockets - we also sell a starter pack with two sockets. The Pi-mote RF transmitter add-on board can be used with the Raspberry Pi to control up to 4 simple Energenie radio controlled sockets independently using a small software program. We have written a simple program in Python to allow users to switch the sockets on and off with a single keyboard press.
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