RFPlayer 433/868MHz USB Transceiver


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The RFP1000 is a USB flash drive with 2 independent 433 MHz and 868 MHz radio frequency transceivers dedicated to home automation applications.

  • RF transmitter and receiver 433MHz and 868Mhz
  • Supports a wide range of sensors and actuators
  • Support for X10 devices and compatible (X'dom, ebode etc.)
  • Support for the Somfy RTS protocol (roller shutters, blinds etc.)
  • PARROT function for learning and re-transmitting radio frames
  • Repeater function to increase the radio range of your devices
  • Transcoder function to convert a received frame to another protocol
  • Supported by many software and home automation boxes

RFP1000 - the First USB Key Making your Home Multilangual

The RFPlayer RFP1000 has been developed to make accessible communicating radio products that use specific radio protocols and are often closed or incompatible with others. The RFPlayer RFP1000 connects wireless home automation devices already installed and works on the most commonly encountered protocols: Somfy RTS, Deltadore X2D (Alarm, Heater, ...), Visonic (Alarm), Chacon/Dio (Home Automation), Scientific Oregon etc.

RFP1000 is bidirectional and transmits and receives simultaneously 433 MHz and 868 MHz radio frequencies. RFP1000 connects via USB to the main home automation box and multiplies their abilities to interact with their environment.

The RFP1000 can be used in 2 ways - plugged to a Home Automation Box, it will perform as a bidirectional radio GATEWAY to a multitude of Legacy Home Automation protocols. It can also be used as "PARROT - Learn & Play", ie being able to recognize or generate unknown protocols that have been learned by the RFP1000.

Used in Stand Alone mode, it can then act as a Plug & Play REPEATER with the possibility to do a TRANSCODING on 32 voices a RF protocol to another protocol. You have the option to use the RFLINK format for the Radio Frequency frames exchange. By default after the factory pre-setting and if use in Stand Alone mode, the RFP1000 performs the Repeater Function.

RFP1000 has the most sophisticated mechanisms to maximize performance:

  • OSD (One Stage Decoder)
  • LBT (Listen Before Talk)
  • High noise immunity by filters SAW (Surface Acoustic Wave)

Smarthome Box Compatibilities

RFP1000 is compatible with the main Smarthome Box manufacturers.


RFP1000 has other resources to handle protocols that are unknown to him. RFP1000 knows how to cooperate with the open source community through its interface compatible RFLINK.

RFP1000 saves the unknown frames radios and provides the software for analysis RFLINK box in the home automation. In addition, RFP1000 can transmit radio frames concocted by the RFLINK software.

If you teach him, PARROT will memorise with great precision the radio frequencies 433MHz and 868Mhz. PARROT just needs to listen, its understanding is phonetic.

Subsequently, it will be able to recognize in real time when they appear on the air, all useful information for home automation box and will transmit them back to the box Automation opportunely.​

PARROT fits the unknown.


Automation transmissions are subject to scope issue. This is due to phenomenon called "fading", that can occur even in a relative proximity between the transmitter and receiver signal, and in intrinsic signal attenuation with distance.

RFP1000 plugs into a 220V-USB power supply mode "stand-alone" will ensure repeater function, which will re-amplify the signal by significantly reducing the probability of fading. The range is therefore greatly increased and radiofrequency exchanges with improved reliability.

Repetition is smart:

  • The frames are recognized and reshaped
  • RFP1000 expect the best moment to retransmit the signal to prevent radio frequency collision.


The TRANSCODER function enables the repeater to convert on the fly frames of a protocol to another protocol output, including those stored by PARROT.

A single remote control with numerous channels can replace several remote controls from other manufacturers with fewer channels.

A locked Automation box (without USB port) may extend the scope of its protocols covered.

A new alarm, previously unreachable, can be take into account.

Everyone wins in connectivity.