Broadlink RM IR device api

Not a device driver but since I've seen it come up here before I wrote a http api for broadlink devices that will work with the http get switch driver in hubitat. It has a web ui for learning and listing the commands and simple get api for communication. Supports multiple devices and macro requests. I'm using this myself and have been quite happy with it.

If this is the wrong place for this, apologies.

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Dude, 1000 thumbs up. Thank yo so much. I love my broadlink rm pro and was waiting for someone smarter than me to integrate it.

Can this run on my Rpi?

Yes, if you check out the releases on github I made one that is compiled for raspi!

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Hey rob, I'm brand new to this so please excuse my ignorance, not many of the words make sense to me around here yet. Are you saying that you're able to use your Broadlink remote with Hubitat without internet?

The software needs to be installed on a machine on your home network, but yes, using a simple http request you can send commands to broad link devices. I use the http get switch driver to send the requests.

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Latest update adds more automation to allow recovery when devices dissapear (been having some fun dealing with power outages due to storms!)

@rob121
Hi Rob,
Is there a version for Mac?
Cheers
G

There sure is!

https://github.com/rob121/broadlinkgo/releases/download/1.07/broadlinkgo-darwin-amd64

Anything usually labeled "darwin" is for Mac OSX.

hi
Can you please advise me step by step how to get this with HE.
i read comments but its not clear to me. i have done so far is this
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and added drivers code of HTTP get switch. What im i doing after?
please help
thanks

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awesome work! it work very well thanks for sharing this !

Great Job! thanks a lot! I have installed here and it works very fine. Is it possible to learn RF signals?

how do I install it? new to go stuff

Can please post instructions for building and installing this Rpi2 - never done and go stuff and your github page assumes knowledge of rice and go

@rob121 could you please let me know what file I should use in a raspberry Pi 4 (ARM v8)? Tks