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The ELRO DB280 is a doorbel system with a wireless remote. The system has a fixed code, although it can be changed quite easily by changing some "solder bridges"

We analyzed the wireless signal with an Logic analyzer and a 433 receiver.

The jumpers are set:

10000100

After analysing the pulses with the logic analyzer we do see the following

0001010101000101010101010

If we invert the set jumpers and we the code 1 character we see the following:

 0 1 1 1 1 0 1 1
0001010101000101010101010

We can conclude:

  • Every pulse uses a 0 in front
  • The code is inverted (or it's default up unless it's brought to the ground)
  • There is a trailer: "010101010"