expired Broadlink RM Pro+ WIFI + IR + RF (315/433MHz) Remote Controller (New Version) US $20 (AU $24.95) Delivered @ LightInTheBox

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I was waiting for a decent deal on the RM pro+ version, so that I can control my RF devices i.e garage door, ceiling fans etc, as this supports RF 315/433Mhz frequencies as well.

LITB price on this was already the cheapest than all other websites, but still reached out to LITB Reps to see if they can offer anything better.

So, Here it comes, Reps @ LITB negotiated the price with Supplier and provided this code today, which takes another USD $10 off the already cheapest price for this Pro+ Version.

Main Features:

Broadlink RM pro wireless IR remote controller for smart home devices
Support all IR controlled devices such as TV, Air condition, DVD, etc.
Support 433MHz and 315MHz frequency ( support remote wall switch, support electric curtains and so on )
App is updated to the newest ihc, which is more versatile and has a better experience, and the US product supports Alexa (only the new version has this function)
Support Apps for Android and iOS
A great daily supply

Can be controlled with Google home to transmit signals, Watch this video and follow this guide for comprehensive instructions on how to do it.

Limited to 100 uses, get in quick!

Don't forget 5% Cashback


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    Thanks for sharing but man that YouTube proof is kinda odd. Is it native integration? iFTTT?

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    I'm a noob. Can I use this to control my RF blinds and ceiling fans from a mobile app? I don't have google home, alexa, shaza etc

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    Will it work for garage door? My one is really old and cost over $100 to get a replacement.

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    I can't seem to select AU power adapter, the only option is EU

    • +1 vote

      If its like the other broadlink devices I've got, it uses a micro usb cable, so you can use a power brick from an old phone or other usb based charging device. That said, I don't have this exact product, so ymmv.
      Edit: the photos on the litb site look like a standard micro usb charging cable

    • +1 vote

      Do you really need one? Most houses are littered with unused power supplies of this nature.

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        Mine is powered by the usb port on my monitor, which provides power even in sleep mode.

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          yeah that's one way to minimise the potentially dozen or so 'phone chargers' plugged in everywhere

  • +5 votes

    Not even sure if I can use this with my evap cooling. But bought it anyway.

    Buy first - ask questions later. Ozbargain moto

  • +1 vote

    Good product. Mine is running a bunch of blinds and rf power points

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    i am using it and it keeps deleting my garage door code. Have to re-learn again and again. Don't know the reason.
    Working fine with RF power points though. Only garage door code has issues.

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    Can i use this to turn on ac remotely (not wifi) ?

    I have the small broadlink that only works with wifi

    Thanks

    •  

      The small Broadlink (RM mini) can be controlled remotely. you need to enable it in the setting. It is disabled by default.

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        mine is RM Mini 3, how do you enable it?

        Got a link?

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        there'a link but it's 404

        from http://www.broadlink.com.cn/home/tpl/jadz_html/FAQ_English.h...

        Why I cannot remotely control my devices via 3G/4G network?

        A25:
        Powered by BroadLink Cloud service, users can remotely control their devices via external networks (3G/4G/other WLAN) even they are not at home.

        The Android APP version above 3.4.9 and iOS APP version above 2.4.7 improved the performance of remote control from external networks. However, users are required to setup the correct region and also update the product firmware, otherwise remote control from external networks may be not available.

        Please download the service accouchement file to learn how to update APP and firmware to support this feature:

        http://www.ibroadlink.com/en/app_update.pdf

        my android app version is 3.1
        and firmware for rm mini is v20029 (27/7/17)

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        nvm. somehow after firmware upgrade, i can see cloud symbol instead of wifi symbol on rm mini.

        and it works with 4g connection :)

        thanks!

        didn't know that :)

    • +1 vote

      If your AC has a remote, typically yes it can be learnt by this device

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    My gate remotes use rolling codes. However, you can change the setting in the control panel to allow/not allow remotes to learn from each other. So if I turn that to 'allow' I should be able to use this to control it right?

    • +1 vote

      I have a feeling the setting you're talking about is to allow or disallow enrolment from an existing remote. Some remotes like the ATA PTX4 and PTX5 have a hidden 'enrol' button in the middle of the grey buttons.

      If your receiver supports it and it's enabled, instead of climbing up to your receiver and pressing the enrol/learn button, you can press the little button on the remote with a paperclip to tell the receiver to learn a new remote.

      It won't help in this case though, since the Broadlink device does not support Keeloq.

    • +1 vote

      I don't think it will work."Learning" for other remotes is they understand the rolling code logic the garage uses and send the right code every time.

      For RF pro+, learning is receiving the code once and using it again and again.

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        I have got Avanti Garage Opener T Series installed in my garage. Can somebody please tell me how to disable rolling code on this model?
        i could not see any option in the manual.

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          You can't disable the rolling code feature unfortunately.

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          @eug:
          So any other way to use RF code learn function on RM PRO?

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          @mady123: Not for rolling code remotes.

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          @eug:

          After bit of research i have found a solution to use this universal learning RM Pro+ with rolling code garage opener. Simple solution is to install another fix code universal receiver with existing garage opener. Avanti opener has an option to attach 3rd party receiver so that receiver can be controlled by this Universal RM Pro+ and your normal remotes will still works on rolling code method.

          I have ordered a receiver now. Will update once i get this project done.

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          @mady123: Yup, that's what I mentioned above. :)

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          @eug: Oh Great. somehow i missed your comment above. Wifi module is good too. but i will have to supply external 5v to it as my opener output is 24v.

        • +1 vote

          @mady123: Ahh, it's east to miss posts when there's a sea of text. :)

          You can use a dashcam hardwire kit like this. You can do a cut-and-join job to shorten the cable.

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    Thanks - decided to grab one and give it a try

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    Nice! Just ordered one, was about to buy the smaller RM 3 mini. Hopefully it works with roller door(probably wont) but aircon and tv is good enough. Supports amazon echo/alexa is a bonus too since that is coming here.

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    Damn.. Good Deal..

    Just bought this in combination with the mini from a local seller for $68 (5% off eBay) from https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Genuine-Broadlink-RM-Pro-mini-3-... and will get it within a weeks time hopefully..

    Not sure if the LITB version is RM03 which is better hardware for range and latest one..

  • +1 vote

    I think I'm at the point where I have too many smart home products. Not much left to automate.

  • +3 votes

    Coupon expired :-(

    (Exceeded maximum number of usage)

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    all out, i must've just missed it.

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    Dang, just missed out. If any more are available, i'll be buying one.

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    Dang, doesnt work with GH directly :(

  •  

    Missed out! That's what I get for not buying first, then reading about what it does.

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    Next time I must remember to buy first, seek WAF later…

  • +7 votes

    Damn…missed it. Rep add some more:)

  • +2 votes

    M O R E ! ! ! ! please

    Lightinthebox reps are so cool.

  • +3 votes

    Dammit. Been waiting for this. That's what I get for watching the tennis instead of checking ozb…

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    Some consolation I guess, a 63% discount has just been applied on site, bringing it to AU$34.72…or is that just their standard offering?

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    missed out

    Whats the remote like ?

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    Hope to see more special coupon for this and i will get one…..or two.

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    👍🏽

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    got this today, pretty rubbish really for RF stuff which is what I needed it for. Seems to find the frequency but unable to add buttons. I don't even need Alexa or anything complicated. Just to control some blinds and a fan. The app is pretty basic too. It's going in the drawer with some of the other impulse buy junk I've collected over the years.

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    (Android) I tried the IHC (Intelligent Home Center) one from the instructions/website and also tried e-control. IHC got a little bit further but still no luck learning buttons. Funny thing about IHC is that when you click on 'curtains' it doesn't even bring up a list of manufacturers so not sure why they even have the category there. Tried manually adding/learning but as above no luck.

    • +2 votes

      For IHC, you need to click through the RM Pro in the app, then add device, User Defined, +, Scan Frequency. Press any button on your remote, should pick up RF and say Scan frequency sucessfully, Do you want to start learning?. Press OK.

      That's what worked for me. Make sure you are doing the remote learning near the box. Forget about all the curtains or other presets, those are useless. I've only used TV, Air Conditioner and User Defined (fans, roller shutter).

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        Yup that's what I did at the end. It said 'scan freq successfully' but couldn't add any more buttons after that, only added the button I had used for the scan.

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          That's strange. So you can only add one button per device? I suppose you can just have an appliance for each button (shutter up, shutter down, stop).

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          @neil:

          lol yeah good out of the box thinking… I like it!!

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