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Control Solight DY05 sockets

Project description

Python Solight DY05 library for Raspberry Pi

This library allows you to control Solight DY05 sockets from Raspberry Pi.

How to use it

Connect cheap 433 MHz transmitter to any GPIO pin (e.g. 17)

sudo apt-get install pigpio
sudo pip3 install solight-dy05
sudo pigpiod
import time
import pigpio
from dy05 import DY05

pi = pigpio.pi()
dy05 = DY05(pi, 17)
address = 42
socket = 1

while True:
	dy05.send(address, socket, 1)
	time.sleep(1)
	dy05.send(address, socket, 0)
	time.sleep(1)

After running this script, you should see the socket turning on and off every second.

License

MITNFA

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