433MHz Wireless Modules MX-FS-03V & MX-05 (HCMODU0007)

Wireless and wired modules including Bluetooth, Ethernet, and IR kits.
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Re: 433MHz Wireless Modules MX-FS-03V & MX-05 (HCMODU0007)

Post by andrew » Mon Jan 06, 2014 4:21 pm

We will be adding schematics shortly. Unfortunately we don't know of a good PIC library.

Edit: We have just added a library for Arduino. Maybe it's possible for you to port it over?
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Re: 433MHz Wireless Modules MX-FS-03V & MX-05 (HCMODU0007)

Post by miriki » Sat Sep 21, 2019 10:34 am

Hi, all!

Is it possible to communicate with an IP address with this combo? I'd like to send sensor data from outside (Arduino nano) via WLAN to a RasPi or PC to log that data. I'm just not quite sure if I will "push" (send only, perhaps broadcast) or "pull" (send request from PC and get data as answer).

Until now I only found Arduino to Arduino communication with "clear text". I could probably send the data to another Arduino (Mega) with an ethernet (cable?) shield, let that one collect the data and send it to the RasPi or PC. But if a direct (via AVM router) communication to the logging server would be possible...

Ah, and, btw... What do I have to do to enable the download of the hcwireless.zip library?

Greetings, Michael

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Re: 433MHz Wireless Modules MX-FS-03V & MX-05 (HCMODU0007)

Post by andrew » Sun Sep 22, 2019 7:34 am

Is it possible to communicate with an IP address with this combo? I'd like to send sensor data from outside (Arduino nano) via WLAN to a RasPi or PC to log that data.

These modules are not compatible with wifi so you can't use one to directly connect to a Wifi router.


Until now I only found Arduino to Arduino communication with "clear text". I could probably send the data to another Arduino (Mega) with an ethernet (cable?) shield, let that one collect the data and send it to the RasPi or PC

Yes if you need to pass the data on to a network connected device you could do as you suggest. The only thing to note is that this library currently only compatible with ATMega328 based Arduinos so you can't use a Mega but an Uno would work fine.


Ah, and, btw... What do I have to do to enable the download of the hcwireless.zip library?

The library can be downloaded from the software section of our support forum here:

/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=2914

Note you must be logged in to download it
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